Operations Management

Operations Management

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Operations Management involves the oversight of materials, information and finances as they move in a process from supplier to manufacturer to wholesaler to retail to consumer. Operations management involves co-ordinating and integrating these flows both within and among companies.

Introduction to Supply Chain Management and World Class Manufacturing

  • What is supply chain?
  • Global optimisation
  • Managing uncertainty
  • Why supply chain management?
  • Key issues in Supply Chain Management (SCM)

Definition of World Class Manufacturing (WCM)

  • Philosophy behind WCM
  • World Class Improvement techniques
  • Total Quality Management (TQM)
  • Just in Time (JIT)
  • Lean Production
  • Teamwork and Continuous Improvement

Origins of WCM

  • Craft Production
  • Mass Production
  • World Class Manufacturing

Getting People Involved

  • Effective Team Work
  • Training Programmes

Managing Change

  • The Goal
  • Progress in Stages
  • Being prepared for set backs
  • Being patient (SCM)

The Basic Manufacturing Principles, Systems and Processes

  • Types of Manufacturing
  • Continuous, repetitive or intermittent
  • Process (mass), batch or jobbing

Layout Types

  • Enlarging or reducing existing departments
  • Movement of a department

Benefits of Attending:

Delegates attending this workshop will be trained on the skills to efficiently co-ordinate the process from supplier – manufacturer – wholesaler-retailer.

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