Dr. Daniel Gilbert
instructor Office Hours/Location
By Phone Wed from 7:00-9:00 p.m. ET
Academic Office Phone Number
Strayer Technical Support
eCollege Help Desk
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL - Required
Reid, R.D, & Sanders, N. R. (2010). Operations management: An integrated approach (4th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.
WileyPLUS will be used in this course and is integrated with eCollege.
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL - SupportingThe following resources provide additional background and supporting information for this course. There is no need to purchase these items for the course. |
Barlatt, A., Cohn, A., Fradkin, Y., Gusilhin, O., & Morford, C. (2009). Using composite variable modeling to achieve realism and tractability in production planning: An example from automobile stamping. IIE Transactions, 41(5), 421-436. Brown, C. B., Collins, T. R., & McCombs, E. L. (2006). Transformation from batch to lean manufacturing: The performance issues. Engineering Management Journal, 18(2), 3-13. Gershwin, S. B., Tan, B., & Veatch, M. H. (2009). Production control with backlog-dependent demand. IIE Transactions, 41(6), 511-523. Vidyarthi, N., Elhedhli, S., & Jewkes, E. Response time reduction in make-to-order and assemble-to-order supply chain design. IIE Transactions, 41(5), 448-466. |
WileyPlus Technical Support: http://hesupport.wiley.com/wileyplus
I. COURSE DESCRIPTION |
Presents production and operations concepts and the techniques used in their management. Examines the interaction of the operations functions with other primary functions such as marketing and finance. Analyzes the primary areas of process and product design, JIT manufacturing, allocation of scare resources, e-commerce, and...