Omgt3123 (Online), Schedule and Online Materials

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Week Beginning

Sessions

Marks

1

Mo.01.09

 LN01: What Is Operations? (Part 1)
 Mo.01.09 – First day of classes
 Fr.01.13—Last Drop/Add Day

 

2

Mo.01.16

 LN01: What Is Operations? (Part 1)
 Mo.01.16—State holiday—no class
 We.01.18—NoPay Drop Day

 

3

Mo.01.23

 LN01: What Is Operations? (Part 1)
 LN02: What Is Operations? (Part 2)

 IT01 (LN01/LN02; Th.01.26-Sa.01.28)
 (proctored test)

4

Mo.01.30

 LN02: What Is Operations? (Part 2)

 AD01 (Sa.01.28-Fr.02.03)
 (asynch/board discussion)

5

Mo.02.06

 LN02: What Is Operations? (Part 2)
 
BN1, BH2, BH3

 

6

Mo.02.13

 LN03: The Philosophy Of Quality (Part 1)
 BH4, BH5

 SD01 (We.02.15, 4pm-6pm)
 (synch/live discussion)

7

Mo.02.20

 LN03: The Philosophy Of Quality (Part 1)
 LN04: The Philosophy Of Quality (Part 2)
 BH6, BH7, BH8

 IT02 (LN03/LN04; Th.02.23-Sa.02.25)
 (proctored test)

8

Mo.02.27

 LN04: The Philosophy Of Quality (Part 2)
 BH9, BH10, BH11
 Th.03.01—Undergraduate “W” Day

 SD02 (We.02.29, 4pm-6pm)
 (synch/live discussion)

 

Mo.03.05

 Spring Breakno class

 

9

Mo.03.12

 LN05: Poka-Yoke And 7 Tools Of Quality
 LN06: Quality Potpourri
 BH12, BH13, BH14
 Mo.03.12—Advising Week

 IT03 (LN05/LN06; Th.03.15-Sa.03.17)
 (proctored test)

10

Mo.03.19

 LN06: Quality Potpourri
 BH15, BH16, BH17
 Mo.03.19—Registration Week

 AD02 (Sa.03.17-Fr.03.23)
 (asynch/board discussion)

11

Mo.03.26

 LN07: Product Research, Development
           And Design

 
BH18, BH19, BH20

 IT04 (LN07/LN08; Th.03.29-Sa.03.31)
 (proctored test)

12

Mo.04.02

 LN07: Product Research, Development
           And Design

 LN08:
The Rise Of Service
 BH21, BH22
 Fr.04.06—State holiday—no class

 AD03 (Sa.03.31-Fr.04.06)
 (asynch/board discussion)

13

Mo.04.09

 LN08: The Rise Of Service
 BH23, BH24, BH25
 Th.04.12—Undergraduate “I” Day
 Th.04.12—Graduate “W” Day

 SD03 (We.04.11, 4pm-6pm)
 (synch/live discussion)

14

Mo.04.16

 LN09: Master Planning
 
LN10: Project Management
 
BH26, BH27

 

15

Mo.04.23

 LN10: Project Management
 LN11: Quantitative/Analytical/Logical Methods
 
Mo.04.23—Graduate “I” Day
 Tu.04.24—Run Fr.04.06 schedule
 Tu.04.24—Last Class Day
 We.04.25—Reading Day
 Th.04.26—Final Exams begin

 FE01: LN09, LN10, B&H Textbook, LN11, (proctored) (Tu.04.24, 5pm—Mo.04.30, 5pm)

16

Mo.04.30

 Th.05.03—Final Exams end
 Fr.05.04—Commencement
 Sa.05.05—Final Letter Grade Day, noon

 

 


Index for Bozarth & Handfield 2/e Lecture Topics

 

Omgt3123 Master/Common Syllabus Objectives

Best coverage in B&H 2/e text

(1)   … An understanding of the value of operations and

            supply chain management and the strategy involved …

BH1:Ch 1, pp. 3-11 & 14

        … with emphasis on diversity of strategies …

BH2:Ch 2, pp. 26-33

(2)   … understanding of product design …

BH3: Ch 6, pp. 151-153 (top)

       … design for technological advantage …

BH4: Ch 6, pp. 165-166

(3)   … good forecasting techniques … focus primarily on

            time-series techniques …

BH5: Ch 9, pp. 272-289

       … some discussion of causal models …

BH6: Ch 9, pp. 290-294

(4)   … quality management will emphasize customer-driven

             continuous improvement …

BH7: Ch 3, pp. 60-71; Ch 4, pp. 82-92

       … Statistical process control …

BH8: Ch 4, pp. 92-107

(5)   … organization’s role as member of integrated supply

             chain …

BH9: Ch 15S, pp. 516-518 (top)

       … strategies for developing supply chains …

BH10: Ch 6, p. 153 (bottom)

       … techniques for managing supply chains.

BH11: Ch 15S, pp. 518 (bottom)-521

(6)   … factors that govern location decisions including

            international decisions …

BH12: Ch 10, p. 330-332; Ch 11, pp. 341-342

       … cost-profit-volume/break even analysis …

BH13: Ch 8, p. 227

       … transportation method of LP applied to location

            decisions.

BH14: Ch 12, pp. 382-384 (text only contains non-LP transportation problem)

(7)   … survey of the various types of processes … 

BH15: Ch 3,  p. 46

        … analytical techniques used in selecting or

             designing processes.

BH16: Ch 3, pp. 48-60

(8)   … planning hierarchy with strategic business plan at top,

            which is converted to an aggregate production plan,

            followed by the master production schedule and

            capacity planning with rough-cut approach.

BH17: Ch 13, pp. 400-401 & 404; Ch 15, p. 477-486

(9)   … detail the function of purchasing, receiving and

            shipping …

BH18: Ch 11, pp. 346-351

       … the reasons for the existence of inventory …

BH19: Ch 14, pp. 438-440; Ch 16, p. 530

(10) … EOQ models …

BH20: Ch 14, pp. 446-449 (top)

       … analysis for reorder point and safety stock …

BH21: Ch 11, p. 347; Ch 14, pp. 445-446, pp. 449 (bottom)-452

(11) … Material Requirements Planning …

BH22: Ch 15, pp. 486-492

       … Distribution Requirements Planning …

BH23: Ch 15, p. 498-501

(12) … Project management will present project planning …

BH24: Ch 5, pp. 127-128

       … network diagrams for project duration and critical

            paths, …

BH25: Ch 5, 131-135

       … and cost-time tradeoffs.

BH26: Ch 5, 136-139

(13) … Topics on just-in-time philosophy and SCM as

            alternative to traditional inventory and scheduling &

            control functions. …

 

BH27: Ch 16, pp. 527-531, 535-540

 

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