The Development of a Generic Design and Construction
Rachel Cooper1, Michail Kagioglou1, Ghassan Aouad2, John Hinks3,
Martin Sexton2 & Darryl Sheath4
University of Salford
Salford, M5 4WT, England
Research Centre for Design, Manufacture & Market
LO41: Explain what projects are and how projects
LO42: Analyze projects using network-planning
LO43: Evaluate projects using earned value
LO44: Exemplify how t
LO111: Exemplify a typical business process and
how it can be analyzed.
LO112: Compare different types of processes.
LO113: Explain how jobs are designed.
LO114: Analyze manufacturin
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1. Operations and Supply Strategy
2 . Project Management
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Mini-project in supply chain
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Supply chain management:
theory, practice and future
John Storey and Caroline Emberson
The Open University Business Scho
Project Management: Article Review Week Six
Many companies are facing the fact that project management is essential to their
organizational and business needs. This article will relate how companies can utilize
principles within their organiz
The product development process represents the basic sequence of steps or
activities that a firm employs to conceive, design, and bring a product to market (Jacobs
& Chase, 2014). The process consists of six phases. Many of the phases involve
LO1301: Illustrate process variation and explain
how to measure it.
LO1302: Analyze process quality using statistics.
LO1303: Analyze the quality of batches of items
SIX SIGMA QUALITY
LO1201: Explain the scope of total quality
management in a fi rm.
LO1202: Understand the Six Sigma approach to
improving quality and productivity.
LO1203: Illustrate globally recognized qualit
WAITING LINE ANALYSIS
LO101: Understand what a waiting line problem is.
LO102: Analyze waiting line problems.
LO103: Analyze complex waiting lines using
Economics of the Waiting Line
LO91: Understand the characteristics of service
LO92: Explain how service systems are organized.
LO93: Analyze simple service systems.
LO94: Contrast different service designs.
LO71: Understand what a manufacturing process
LO72: Explain how manufacturing processes are
LO73: Analyze simple manufacturing processes.
LO81: Analyze the common types of
LO82: Illustrate layouts used in nonmanufacturing
Facility layout: the process of determining placement of
LO61: Understand what a learning curve is and
where learning curves are applicable.
LO62: Plot and analyze learning curves.
LO63: Compare the impact of learning on
LO51: Explain what capacity management is and
why it is strategically important.
LO52: Exemplify how to plan capacity.
LO53: Evaluate capacity alternatives using
PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
LO31: Know the issues associated with product design
and the typical processes used by companies.
LO32: Illustrate how different criteria can impact the
design of a product.
LO21: Know what a sustainable business strategy is
and how it relates to operations and supply chain
LO22: Define operations and supply chain strategy.
LO23: Explain how operations and supply
The Governance of Project Management
Presentation at Almaty, Kazakhstan
27 January 2006
Oxford Project Management Ltd
A Guide to the Governance of Project Management
1st Issue September 2004