Operations Management

Harley Oxford

  • Ratings
  • 4.0
  •  Last updated 3 years ago

AED 91

AED 257

Duration: Upto 20 Hours
Location: United Arab Emirates
Delivery: Self paced course

Over 10 modules you will learn from experts in the field, who will guide you through the full cycle of operation, the key disciplines involved, and what it takes to be a successful operations manager. Although no previous knowledge is required for this course, it is especially valuable if you’ve already had experience in operations and want to progress your career into a management role.

This course includes:
✓  Introduction to the key areas of operations management.
✓  A look at the skills, experience and personal qualities needed to be an operations manager.
✓  An overview of purchasing and inventory within supply chain management.
✓  More detail on purchasing and the process involved.A look at product development and production within supply chain management.
✓  Examine different market research methods and the product development process.
✓  Learn about distribution and product marketing in supply chain management.
✓  Find out more about presenting and packaging your products.
✓  The importance of finance and cost management, including compiling budgets, depreciation, and working with different financial documents.
✓  A look at the different types of employees you could work with, including agency workers and contract staff.
✓  Gain an overview of the project management process, its five different phases, and learn more about SMART objectives.
✓  Learn about the Six Sigma project methodology, the tools used in the process, and how to get the most value from this approach.
✓  Increase your knowledge of quality assurance and the importance of maintaining quality throughout operations processes.
✓  Become familiar with corporate responsibility and how to achieve socially and environmentally responsible business practices.

The course content will be available shortly

Write your own review


Videos Gallery

No video available for this course


Choose from 5000+ available courses with new additions published every month

View All