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ORL 557 - Organizations - Operations and Design

This course introduces the key concepts in organizational design and operations. Students will develop an understanding of the fundamental principles of designing and structuring the organization. They will examine various topics such as process design, capacity planning, facility management, inventory control, forecasting, production scheduling, project management, and quality control. Students will study both goods-producing and service-rendering organizations to develop an awareness of complex operational issues faced by managers in modern-day organizations. Prerequisite: ORL505

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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