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MGMT 6262 ­ Cross­Functional Operations Section 01 Spring 2016 ​
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Shashi Kaparthi CBB 256 [email protected] MGMT 3159:01
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CBB 113 CBB 113 COURSE DESCRIPTION Analysis and design of business operational decisions in complex production and service environments. Prerequisite(s): consent of MBA Director. (MBA Module III ­ begins mid­February and ends early May) 3 Credit Hours. MATERIALS ● Operations Management An Integrated Approach 6th Edition, R. Dan Reid and Nada R. Sanders, Wiley, ISBN ­ 978­1­118­95260­3 ● Google classroom code: ​
0kddmer ● Practice Operations Simulation ­ http://www.mhpractice.com/course/19624/section/28392/join (Subscription Cost: ​
$47.50) COURSE OBJECTIVES In this course you will ● learn the concepts, tools and techniques for contributing to the management of operations in a business organization that produces goods or provides services, ● learn by examples and by doing, ● get introduced to analytics using Excel for predictive modeling and optimizing operations decisions, and ● use Google drive and Google classroom for group and other work. COURSE REQUIREMENTS AND GRADING The learning objectives for this course will be met thru lectures, discussions, in­class exercises, a practice operations management simulation and two exams. The four components (exercises, simulation performance, and the two exams) each contribute 25% for the purposes of the final grade. See tentative outline at the end of the syllabus for details. ATTENDANCE I may take roll each class period. While it is entirely up to each individual student as to whether he/she attends class, unexcused and excused absences are treated differently. When a student misses class, he/she is expected to take full responsibility for getting class notes from other students in the class. Hands­on in­class exercises may not (may NOT) be announced, and students without an excused absence the day the exercise is given AND the day it is due WILL NOT be given an opportunity to make up those points. Excused absences are granted for legitimate reasons for missing class provided to the instructor ​
to the absence. Points will be deducted for chronic tardiness, leaving class early (without excuse), failure to bring the materials necessary to work on assignments or exercises (e.g., manuals, jump drive), and/or not using lab time appropriately (working on homework or assigned exercises). Emailing, surfing the Web, or playing games is viewed as inappropriate use of class time. Cell phone use, including texting, is not permitted during class​
. All electronic devices must be turned off or muted and kept in your book bag during the class session. CHEATING POLICY Any student who cheats during an examination or who assists another student in cheating during an examination will automatically FAIL the course. The case may also be forwarded to the Office of Academic Affairs for university disciplinary action. Cheating includes, but is not limited to: crib sheets, copying answers from another student's exam, use of recording devices, use of calculators capable of storing alphanumeric data, and gaining unauthorized prior access to exams or answers. Any student who cheats on a quiz, assignment, case, or lab exercise; or any student who assists another student to cheat on a quiz, assignment, case or lab exercise will be subject to a penalty determined at the instructor’s discretion. Penalties may include, but are not limited to, a reduction in points awarded, zero points awarded, and automatic FAILURE of the course. The case may be forwarded to the Office of Academic Affairs for university disciplinary action. Cheating includes, but is not limited to: submitting any other person's work as your own (or any portion thereof), submitting any previous semester's assignment, case, or lab exercise, copying another student's project files, or similar offenses. If you have any doubt, ask your instructor before you submit the work as your own. After you submit the work, it is too late to ask! AFFIRMATIVE ACTION / DISABILITY POLICY The College of Business Administration at the University of Northern Iowa seeks to provide equal access to its programs, services, and activities for people with disabilities. If you will need accommodations in this class, reasonable prior notice needs to be given to the professor and the Student Disability Services Office (273­2677, SHC 103) to make arrangements for accommodations. COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION POLICY ON REPEATING COURSES The following policy has been adopted by the College of Business Administration: Students enrolled in a College of Business Administration course at the beginning of the second week of the Spring 2016 semester will not be allowed to register again for the same course until the end of advance registration for Fall 2016. Students who wish to re­register for a course may place their name on a waiting list. Registration accommodation will depend on course openings after the completion of Fall 2016 advance registration. TENTATIVE SCHEDULE Date/Time Topics Activities Mon Feb 15 5:30pm – 9:00pm ● Introduction to Operations Management ● Operations Strategy & Competitiveness ● Forecasting ● In­class exercises Mon Feb 22 5:30pm – 9:00pm ● Data Analytics with Tableau ● In­class exercises Mon Feb 29 5:30pm – 9:00pm (No Class Meeting) ● Simulation ­ Practice Operations ● work from home ­ exercises Mon Mar 7 5:30pm – 9:00pm ● Product Design and Process Selection ● Supply Chain Management ● In­class exercises Mon Mar 14 ­ No Class ­ Spring Break Mon Mar 21 5:30pm – 9:00pm ● Capacity Planning & Facility Location ● Facility Layout ● In­class exercises Mon Mar 28 5:30pm – 9:00pm ● Total Quality Management ● Statistical Quality Control ● In­class exercises ● Exam 1 Mon Apr 4 5:30pm – 9:00pm ● Aggregate Planning ● Resource Planning ● In­class exercises Mon Apr 11 5:30pm – 9:00pm ● Inventory Management ● In­class exercises Mon Apr 18 5:30pm – 9:00pm ● JIT & Lean Systems ● Scheduling ● In­class exercises Sat Apr 23 8:30am – 12:00 noon ● Project Management ● In­class exercises Mon Apr 25 5:30pm – 9:00pm ● Modeling & Optimization ● In­class exercises Mon May 2 5:30pm – 9:00pm ● Exam 2 
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