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DSC2006 – Prof Hum SinHoon Further Information Name: A/P Hum SinHoon Office: BIZ 1 #04-40 Telephone: 6516-3025 E-Mail: bizhumsh@nus.edu.sg Consultation: Mon 11-12noon; 2-4pm; or  by appointment Course Materials on IVLE
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DSC2006 – Prof Hum SinHoon Introduction to OM; OM as Managing  the Transformation Process Process Types;  Advanced Operations  Technologies Overview Recognizing  the Plant Aggregate Production  Planning Planning for  the Plant;  Inventory  Management Materials  Requirements  Planning Operations  Scheduling JIT Systems Quality  Management Theory of  Constraints Strategic Operations Supply Chain  Management Improving the  Plant Strategic  Considerations DSC2006
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DSC2006 – Prof Hum SinHoon Introduction to Operations  Management What is Operations Management? Relationship to Other Functions What Do Operations Managers Do? Why Study Operations? Chapter 1 of Stevenson
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DSC2006 – Prof Hum SinHoon What is Operations  Management? Production   is the creation of goods and services;  however, has been used primarily to refer to  creation of tangible goods Operations  is the term introduced to re- emphasize creation of both goods and services Operations Management  is Planning,  Organizing, Staffing, Directing, and Controlling  of activities that creates goods and services  through the transformation of inputs into outputs OM  refers to both manufacturing and services
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DSC2006 – Prof Hum SinHoon Operations Systems as  Transformation Processes INPUTS Transformation Processes OUTPUTS ENVIRONMENT Monitor/Control /
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DSC2006 – Prof Hum SinHoon INPUTS Capital Materials Equipment Facilities Suppliers Labor Knowledge Time
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DSC2006 – Prof Hum SinHoon Transformation Processes Alteration –  something can be changed  structurally. E.g. wood to chairs, haircut
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