BUS 5963: Management of Operations
Spring 3 2012
April 2 – May 11
Instructor: Dr. David Gordon, Professor Office: CFO 506 Phone: 940-898-2105 E-Mail: email@example.com Office Hours: By Appointment
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Collier, D. A. & Evans, J. R. (2010). OM. (2nd Ed.). Cengage Learning. (eBook)
Collins, J. (2001). Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap...and Others Don't.
Additional readings may also be required and will be listed or made available on Blackboard. Please feel free to use additional sources to supplement your assignments. Throughout the semester, you will be encouraged to discuss any current business news with the class, especially on the Discussion Board. It is important to be knowledgeable of the current external environment and how your organization is affected.
Process and project management and development of functional strategies to create value for an employer and their consumers; management tools and approaches for analyzing operations and applications to a wide variety of managerial decisions. Credit: Three hours.
Course Learning Outcomes and Objectives
* To help students understand their organizations in today's changing operational environment. * To assist students to determine how to become more effective practitioners in their environment. * To bolster students' confidence as they direct and cope with the complexities of change.
* Students will be able to critically reflect on the barriers and opportunities for successful organizational change. * Students will demonstrate effective communication when discussing operational outcomes. * Students can explain the impact of alignment for organization missions and operational planning. * Students can discuss the evolution of service and the importance of both the internal and external customer. * Students can be aware of the importance of continuous improvement in the operations of their organizations.
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