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OIT 269: MSx: Operations and Strategies

Operations refer to the processes in which businesses use to produce and deliver products or services. They can also be processes in which businesses use to support the functioning of the company. These processes consume materials, require resources such as assets or people, and take time for completion. Managing operations well is necessary in order that these processes can be completed in a timely manner, consume the right amount of resources and costs, and achieve the optimal purpose. This course is about (1) the concepts and methods in which operations can be managed effectively, and (2) how to develop strategies around operations.
Units: 3 | Grading: GSB Letter Graded
Instructors: Lee, H. (PI)
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