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Class Schedule NOTE : Topic sequence and exam dates are subject to change. I will provide plenty of advanced notice and clear instruction in these situations. Reading material may be assigned as well. Lsn Topic Assignment What is Ops. Management? 1 Course Introduction , Objectives, Policies Syllabus 2 Review: Key components comprising the air transportation industry – Part 1 BACO RNav Doc. & FAA AC 90-100A (See Blackboard online) Text: Chpt. 1 pp. 1-40 3 Review: Key components comprising the air transportation industry – Part 2. Project 1 4 Intro: the 5 P’s & what they mean 5 Intro: the 5 P’s , continued 6 Key terms and concepts of Aviation Operations Text: Chpt. 2 pp. 41-71 7 Overview of Goods/Services role in Aerospace People – The changing face of a global workforce Section 1 Highlights : *Quiz 1 *Quiz 2 Technology dependency – Rise of the digital workspace Text: Chpt. 2 pp. 41-71 Brief intro/review of Nextgen, Business Intelligence, data warehousing and other e- enabled frameworks in aviation “Paper 2.0?” … What we fall back to Modern workforce: 4 generation span Human factors in the networked world Coaching and leadership in aviation operations Exam #1 – Sept. 13th / 14th Parts and support Parts Intro: Airplane as the Centerpiece, Intro to basic engineering design principles Parts costs; intro to supply chain Text: Chpt. 4 p. 133- 165;Chpt. 15 p. 663- 694 Section 2 Highlights : *Quiz 3 *Quiz4 Global sourcing – the truly “composite” air vehicle Text: Chpt. 5 pp. 183- 198 What you never considered parts: PCDs, bandwidth, cloud-data and servers Importance of energy in an e-everything work environment Electric architecture airplanes New resource and support market booms
OEM vs. PMA and costing Exam #2 – Oct. 15th / 16th
Process – Heartbeat of a company Section 3 Highlights : *Quiz 5 Visualizing the process Text: Chpt. 6 Knowledge Management & Vertical Dashboards (and other Ops. Management tools) Paper-based process mapping Review of Safety Management Systems and concept of risk ID and mitigation in Ops.
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