Operation Management

Assesment Brief

Objectives:

      Understand and apply research principles and methods applicable to MBA;

         Apply operations management knowledge to practise;

         Utilise creativity and initiative in the assessment;

         Utilise effective communication.


How the assessment fits into the subject/course:

The assessment of this subject equips students with the theories, concepts and models which support operations from a strategic perspective, design measurement and performance management of operations


Assessment Linkages of Part 1 and 2:

Part 1 and part 2 of the assessment are interlinked and therefore students will utilise the knowledge and experience gained from part 1 and apply in part 2.


Instructions:

Part 1

Students will create an operations plan and a process map for a product or service, including finding a suitable mechanism/methodology by which to present it.

Students are expected to reflect the following learning outcomes in their plan and process map:

   Identify the critical components of operations management function in differing organisations and clearly demonstrate their relationship to decision making and value chain.

 Evaluate, apply and articulate the principles and quantitative methodologies to assist decision-making in operations process planning, scheduling and inventory management.
 Critically evaluate the role of operations management in the strategic management of organisations and supply chains


Output/Deliverable and parameters of the assessment

Students are expected to submit an individual operations plan and a process map for a product or service.


RESOURCES TO BE PROVIDED:

      An electronic library and reading guide is provided to all students including a range of e-textbooks and journals available through online journal databases including EBSCO.


Criteria

         Understanding of research principles and methods applicable to MBA

         Application of knowledge to practise

         Knowledge and skills demonstrating creativity and initiative

         Use of effective communication


Learning Outcomes

     Identify the critical components of operations management function in differing organisations and clearly demonstrate their relationship to decision making and value chain.
 Evaluate, apply and articulate the principles and quantitative methodologies to assist decision-making in operations process planning, scheduling and inventory management.
 Critically evaluate the role of operations management in the strategic management of organisations and supply chains.


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