Decisions and objectives of the operations subsystem. Operations environment management. Supply chain. Aggregate planning. Programming material requirements. JIT systems. Stock and warehouse management. Quality management and control.
Global competition and the large number of products available on the market make operations management, innovation and quality of every business, closely linked to its strategies, and its operation is the key to adequately meet the needs of the customers.
In this context, the subject of Operations Management, Innovation and Quality focuses on the performance of operations management in the industrial enterprise, in the decision-making in the productive sector, both at strategic and tactical levels, and therefore linking these with the management of quality and innovation. However, the course aims to provide students with knowledge, tools and skills that enable them to enter in this business field professionally.