Spring 2014 MBA Course

B6102-007: Operations Management

TR - A Term, 10:45AM to 12:15PM

Location: WJW 310

Instructor: Gabriel Weintraub

Prerequisite(s): B6100

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Provides a fundamental understanding of manufacturing and service operations and their role in the organization. Surveys a wide range of operations topics, including process flow analysis, supply chain management, capacity planning, facilities location, and total quality management. Deals with these topics through a managerial, applications-oriented perspective. The course is integrative in nature, emphasizing the fit and relationship of operations with other functions of the firm.

Gabriel Weintraub

Sidney Taurel Associate Professor of BusinessGabriel Weintraub's research covers several subjects that lie in the intersection between operations/management science, and applied economics. He is particularly interested in developing mathematical and computational models for the economic analysis of problems in operations; as well as making contributions to industrial organization and computational economics. Before obtaining his Ph.D. at Stanford, Professor Weintraub was a full-time instructor at the Department of Industrial...

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