Perform a strategic operational audit. Design effective processing systems. Identify metrics to measure improvements. Based on the science of lean operations, this program will give you the tools and framework for operating a world-class organization.
Designed for executives, consultants and other individuals involved with an organization’s operations, this collaborative learning experience will show you how to optimize your organization’s costs, quality, speed and customer service — all of which will make a significant impact on your bottom line. Frameworks for diagnosing, improving and designing effective processing systems will be explored through real-world case studies, group workshops and computer-simulation models.
Under the guidance of an esteemed faculty team, you will analyze the laws that govern operations, explore the Business Process Flows Framework and investigate the critical link between operational drivers and business strategies. These exercises will help you master and implement the practice of lean operations at your organization.
Learn more about Lean Operations with this hour long information session.
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The Strategic Role of Operations
The Business Process Flows Framework
The Toyota Production System
Basic Process Dynamics
The Corrupting Influence of Variability and Uncertainty
Data Driven Operations and Risk
Jan A. Van Mieghem - Academic Director; Harold L. Stuart Professor of Managerial Economics; Professor of Operations
Achal Bassamboo - Academic Director; Charles E. Morrison Professor of Decision Sciences; Professor of Operations; Co-Director of MMM Program
“Eye openers to the potential opportunities to improve the company's bottom line in the services industry. Since I am in the consulting services industry, [this program] gave me ideas that I look forward to trying out in my company.”
Associate Partner - Aon Mergers & Acquisitions, Hewitt Associates LLC
“In a concentrated but deliberate fashion, this [program] provided a thoughtful perspective on understanding variability in a variety of processes - manufacturing, services, non-profit, and how to qualitatively and quantitatively dissect them to provide a framework for continuous evaluation and improvement.”
Medicine, Cleveland Clinic
“Every operations specialist should have the skills from this [program] in their toolbox. The knowledge…is relevant, insightful, and immediately applicable in almost any operational setting.”
Executive Director Operations, Falken Tire
December 5-12, 2023
Start: December 5 at 8:30 AM
End: December 12 at 12:00 PM