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Mgmt_361_syllabus Spring 12 (1)

Mgmt_361_syllabus Spring 12 (1) - MGMT 36100 Operations...

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MGMT 36100: Operations Management – Spring 2012 Lecture (Section 4) T & Th 12:00 – 1:15 KRAN G018 Resources: Instructor: Venky Arun, Arunachalam Email: [email protected] Office: Krannert 426 Office Hours: M 4:30 – 5:30 pm W 2:00 – 3:00 pm Phone: 494 – 4461 Coordinator : Dr. Julia A. Kalish ( [email protected] ) Course Secretary : Trish Anderson ( [email protected] ) Text : A custom book will be used as the textbook. Title: Operations Management. A hard copy is generally available in the local bookstores or directly from McGraw Hill. http://www.mhprofessional.com/mhhe_product.php?isbn=0077463773&cat=108 Latest course information : Announcements, HW assignments, additional notes, etc will be posted on Blackboard. Blackboard is used instead of Katalyst because it has several additional tools and features that will be utilized throughout the semester. Students are responsible to get information from Blackboard in a timely manner. “Join us on Facebook” : Search Operations Management (MGMT 361). Instructors and office hours: Name / E-mail Office /Phone Office hours Dr. Julia Kalish [email protected] KRAN 534 496 – 8271 (1/10 – 3/6) T & Th 4:30 – 5:30 (3/20- 4/26) T & Th 12:00 – 1:00 Venky Arun, Arunachalam [email protected] KRAN 426 494-4461 M 4:30 – 5:30 W 2:00 – 3:00 Aditya Vedantam [email protected] KRAN 512 496-2594 T & Th 6:00 – 7:00 The office hours indicated above are for all students , i.e. a student from any division can meet any instructor during office hours listed above. In addition, individual instructors may announce other times when they will be available to their own students. Expectations: Prerequisites : STAT 225 Course objectives : To provide a working knowledge of the vocabulary of Operations Managment To help students develop an ability to design, improve, and/or manage processes To familiarize students with key issues (cost, quality, delivery, and flexibility) and problems (e.g., variability) facing an operations manager Syllabus Mgmt 361 Spring 2012 1
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To familiarize students with management systems (planning, materials, quality, etc.) for managing business processes To promote ethical behavior and decision making as it pertains to both student responsibilities and conscientious business decisions Class Attendance Statement : Purdue University policy states that all students are expected to be present for every meeting of classes in which they are enrolled . All matters relative to attendance, including the make-up of missed work, are to be arranged between you and the instructor. Only the instructor can excuse you from classes or course responsibilities. In the case of an illness, accident, or an emergency, you should make direct contact with your instructor as soon as possible, preferably before the class. If the instructor cannot be reached directly a message should be left in the instructor’s department mailbox or with the instructor’s secretary.
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