Course Description

BUS 641 Operations Management

A firm’s “operations” can be thought of as the work they do to produce and deliver the goods and services they sell to customers.  Managing these operations well or poorly can mean the difference between having a competitive advantage or not, and between profitability or losses.  This course deals with understanding the qualitative and quantitative elements of a firm’s operations, applying analytical tools to them, and creating implementation and strategic plans to optimize an organization’s operating strategy.

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