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Syllabus-IE131-S08 - IE 131 Work Systems and Operations...

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IE 131 Work Systems and Operations Management Spring Semester 2008 Instructor : Prof. M. P. Groover, Mohler Lab 484 (758-4030), Email: [email protected]) Course Description : Worker-machine systems, work flow, assembly lines, logistics and service operations, and project management. Operations analysis, methods engineering, work measurement, lean production, and six sigma. Workplace ergonomics, plant layout design, and work management. Prerequisite: IE 111 or equivalent, either previously or concurrently. Course Objectives : Upon completion of this course, students will: understand the operation of basic work systems that are based on manual labor, including worker-machine systems and assembly lines, and be able to apply mathematical models to analyze these work systems and assess their performance know the terminology and some of the historical background of traditional industrial engineering tools such as methods study and work measurement know the fundamental principles of ergonomics as they relate to work design and worker comfort and safety know the various policies by which workers are compensated for their labor (wage payment plans) understand the learning curve phenomenon and be able to mathematically model its effect be able to study and analyze a complex production sequence using basic operations analysis tools such as the flow process chart and similar charting techniques be able to perform a direct time study and determine a proper time standard that should be applied to a manual labor task be able to perform a work sampling study and draw statistical inferences from the study be able to develop a plant layout design using Systematic Layout Planning have the opportunity to enhance oral communication skills through presentation of homework problems Text : M. Groover, Work Systems, and the Methods, Measurement, and Management of Work , Pearson Prentice Hall, 2007. This book will also be used for IE 132.
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