Operations Management syllabus

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Operations Management – BUS515 Student Course Guide Prerequisite: None Quarter Winter 2011 Meeting Days/Time Mondays/6:00PM – 9:45PM Instructor Dr. Travis O. Davidson Instructor Phone 864-491-6230 Instructor E-mail travis.davidson@strayer.edu Instructor Office Hours/Location See Instructor/Arlington Academic Office Phone Number 703-769-2648 Strayer Technical Support 1-877-642-2999 eCollege Help Desk 1-866-448-6703 INSTRUCTOR’S BIO Dr. Davidson is a highly trained and talented professional with more than fifteen years of experience in engineering, transportation operations and management. Before coming to the Washington, DC Area, Dr. Davidson was the Deputy Director of Public Works for the City of Memphis, TN. During his tenure with City of Memphis Public Works, the Nation’s 19th largest city, he was responsible for overseeing 1300 employees; and the planning and maintenance of the city’s infrastructure which include s 3400 miles of streets, 3500 miles of sanitary sewers, and 85 lift stations. Prior to City of Memphis Public Works, Dr. Davidson was the Director of Road and Bridge for Volusia County Public Works in Deland, Florida. It was there that Dr. Davidson gained valuable experience in coordinating all Presidential Declared Natural Disasters, developing and maintaining an annual $20 million budget, and purchasing and managing a fleet of 100 plus vehicles and equipment. Dr. Davidson has also helmed the titles of Division Manager of Field Operations for Public Works and Utilities for the City of Gastonia, NC; Project Manager for Public Works and Engineering for Augusta, GA ; and Construction Project Engineer for the Georgia Department of Transportation. He is also a certified Traffic Signal Electrician Level II, an Erosion Control Specialist, and a Grade I Collection System Operator. Dr. Davidson holds a Doctor of Organizational Leadership, MBA, and a BS in Civil Engineering.
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INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL - Required Reid, R.D, & Sanders, N. R. (2010). Operations management: An integrated approach (4th). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. WileyPLUS will be used in this course and is integrated with eCollege. INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL - Supporting The following resources provide additional background and supporting information for this course. There is no need to purchase these items for the course. Barlatt, A., Cohn, A., Fradkin, Y., Gusilhin, O., & Morford, C. (2009). Using composite variable modeling to achieve realism and tractability in production planning: An example from automobile stamping. IIE Transactions, 41 (5), 421-436. Brown, C. B., Collins, T. R., & McCombs, E. L. (2006). Transformation from batch to lean manufacturing: The performance issues. Engineering Management Journal, 18 (2), 3-13. Gershwin, S. B., Tan, B., & Veatch, M. H. (2009). Production control with backlog-dependent
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