SUS 541  Operations Management

Strategic effectiveness requires two fundamentals aspects: strategy design and strategy implementation. Capitalizing upon the learning gained in the Strategic Leadership in Sustainable Management course, students will turn their attention to the effective execution of strategy by discovering, researching and discussing the multiple dimensions of operational management in the energy production/utilities industry. In addition to learning traditional operational constructs such as operational strategy, process and supply chain management, production and inventory management, and Total Quality Management (TQM), students will discover crucial principles, tools and techniques associated with growing fields such as business re-engineering, green management and industrial ecology. They will also gain exposure to specific industry concepts, tools, techniques and constructs. Particular emphasis will be placed upon case studies related to the comparative assessment of best practices in sustainable energy operations management around the globe. 4 crs.

This course information is from the 2017-2018 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog. View this catalog.