Operation Management, Supply Chain Management and 6 Sigma . Download
Fundamentals Of Operation Management , Supply Chain Management & Logistics.Basics of six sigma and their roles and tool
What you’ll learn
- Operation management fundamental
- Implementation and effectiveness of operation Management
- Supply chain versus operation Management
- Key Drivers of Operation Management
- About SAP, ERP and IFS
- 12 major Components of OM
- Supply Chain and Their functional areas and tool
- Logistics ,Implementation and Application
- Six Sigma Roles and Tools
- Six Sigma Effectiveness
- Able to understand basics of operation research
- No other requirements needed
Operation management deals with the internal section of the organisation and the processes of transforming a product from the desired output.
Roles of Operation manager in an organization are as follow:-
Operations Manager Responsibilities:
Provide inspired leadership for the organization.
Make important policy, planning, and strategy decisions.
Develop, implement, and review operational policies and procedures.
Assist HR with recruiting when necessary.
Help promote a company culture that encourages top performance and high morale.
Oversee budgeting, reporting, planning, and auditing.
Work with senior stakeholders.
Ensure all legal and regulatory documents are filed and monitor compliance with laws and regulations.
Work with the board of directors to determine values and mission, and plan for short and long-term goals.
Identify and address problems and opportunities for the company.
Build alliances and partnerships with other organizations.
Support worker communication with the management team.
Supply chain management
Deals with the flow of services and goods from the origin of production to the origin of consumption.
Supply chain management involves five main functions: aligning flows, integrating functions, coordinating processes, designing complex systems, and managing resources.
Six Sigma Roles And Tools:-
Six Sigma (6σ) is a set of techniques and tools for process improvement. It was introduced by American engineer Bill Smith while working at Motorola in 1986.
Practiced worldwide to remove bottle-necks and variables in any processes
Who this course is for:
- operation management and supply chain management
- market researcher
- Finance personnel
- Project managers