KMBN 205 Operation Management, AKTU MBA Semester 2

Abhishek Dayal

Welcome to the dedicated web page for the AKTU MBA Semester 2 course on Operations Management (KMBN 205). This course is meticulously crafted to provide students with a profound understanding of the principles, methodologies, and strategies involved in managing operations efficiently within organizations.

Semester 2
Operation  Management
KMBN 205

AKTU MBA Semester 2 Operation  Management KMBN 205 by Study terrain
AKTU MBA Semester 2 Operation  Management KMBN 205

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Operations management plays a critical role in ensuring the efficient and effective production of goods and services to meet customer demands and organizational goals. This course aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to optimize processes, improve productivity, and enhance overall operational performance.

Unit 1 Operation Management

1 Production Concepts
2 Introduction, Meaning, Nature And Scope Of Production
3 Introduction, Meaning, Nature And Scope Of Operations Management
4 Difference Between Production And Operations Management
5 Productivity, Factors Affecting Productivity
6 Productivity Measurement
7 Work Study— Method Study And Work Measurement.
8 Production Technology – Types Of Manufacturing Processes
9 Plant Location
10 Types Of Plant Layout

Unit 2 Operation Management

1 Operations Concepts: Services Scenario In India
2 Difference Between Product And Service
3 Characteristics Of Services
4 Classification Of Services
5 Product And Service Design
6 Factors Affecting Service Design
7 Service Designing Process
8 Service Blueprinting
9 Service Capacity Planning
10 Dimensions Of Quality In Services
11 Understanding Service Quality Gap
12 Measuring Service Quality Using SERVQUAL Model

Unit 3 Operation Management

1 Material And Inventory Management: Types Of Production Planning
2 Process Of Production Planning And Control
3 Routing
4 Scheduling
5 Loading
6 Master Production Schedule
7 Aggregate Production Planning
8 Types Of Inventories
9 Inventory Control Techniques
10 EOQ
11 ABC
12 VED
13 FSN
14 HML
15 SDE
16 Just In Time (JIT)

Unit 4 Operation Management

1 Supply Chain Management: Overview Of Supply Chain Management
2 Conceptual Model Of SCM
3 Supply Chain Drivers
4 Measuring Supply Chain Performance
5 Core And Reverse Supply Chain
6 Global Supply Chain
7 Inbound And Outbound Logistics
8 Bullwhip Effect In SCM
9 Push And Pull Systems
10 Lean Manufacturing
11 Agile Manufacturing
12 Role Of IT In SCM
13 Demand Forecasting In Supply Chain
14 Simple Moving Average Method
15 Weighted Moving Average Method
16 Linear Regression
17 Exponential Smoothing Method

Unit 5 Operation Management

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Throughout this course, students will explore a wide range of topics related to operations management, including supply chain management, production planning and control, inventory management, quality management, process design and improvement, and project management. By studying these topics, students will develop the analytical, problem-solving, and decision-making skills needed to tackle the complexities of managing operations in today's global business environment.

The course curriculum is designed to incorporate a blend of theoretical concepts, practical applications, and industry insights, providing students with a well-rounded understanding of operations management principles and practices. Through case studies, simulations, and hands-on exercises, students will gain practical experience in applying operations management techniques to real-world scenarios.

Our esteemed faculty members bring a wealth of industry experience and expertise to the classroom, ensuring that students receive the latest insights and best practices in operations management. Additionally, students will have the opportunity to engage in discussions, workshops, and industry visits to further enhance their learning experience and gain valuable perspectives from practitioners in the field.

By the end of this course, students will not only have a deep understanding of operations management concepts but also possess the skills and knowledge necessary to drive operational excellence and create value for organizations across industries.

We are excited to embark on this journey with you as we explore the dynamic and ever-evolving world of operations management together.