|1.||Deconstruct the theoretical aspects of product and services design and provision in a range of situations;|
|2.||Critically evaluate various manufacturing and supply chain policies and theories, and interpret their applications and relevance to contemporary industries;|
|3.||Adapt and justify the design of transformation processes which use materials, people and other resources to create products for customers in a given context;|
|4.||Collaboratively investigate, analyse and report on practical manufacturing and service management situations in a specified industry, making effective recommendations; and|
|Test||OM theory take-home test||15%|
|Report||Review and report on contemporary OM literature||30%|
|Presentation||Presentation of business case (Group)||20%|
|Test||OM theory in-class test||35%|
Operations Management, 3rd edn
Hill, T. 2012,
Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK
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