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Operations Management II

Code 15416
Year 1
Semester S2
ECTS Credits 6
Workload T(30H)/TP(30H)
Scientific area Engenharia e Gestão Industrial
Entry requirements Not applicable.
Mode of delivery Presential
Work placements N/A
Learning outcomes Highlight the importance of strategic, tactical and operational planning for production efficiency.
Understand the concept of aggregate planning and solve problems on the subject.
Be able to solve problematic situations associated with independent and dependent demand systems. Understand and solve production sequencing problems.
Syllabus Aggregate planning,
Stock system with independent and dependent demand.
MRP, JIT and Lean.
Planning and control of operations.
Operations sequencing.
Priority rule and techniques.
Synchronized production..
Bottlenecks, non-bottlenecks and capacity constrained resources.
Main Bibliography Operations management for Competitive Advantage. Chase/Aquilano/Jacobs, McGraw-Hill, 2004 Operations Management, Decision Making in the operations function, Roger G. Schroeder 1993 Production and Operations Management, Norman Gaither.
Production and Operations Management. Fogarty, Hoffmann, Stonebraker.
Management Science, Lee/Moore,Taylor. Wm. C. Brown Publishers, 1985
Planeamento e Programação da Produção, Victor Sequeira Roldão, Monitor, 1995
Gestão da Produção e das Operações, Uma perspectiva do ciclo de vida. Chase/Aquilano, Monitor, 1989
Scientific publications.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria The methodology put into practice is student-centered teaching. This curricular unit lasts for one academic semester, involving 54 hours of contact with the teacher, 100 hours of autonomous work, 6 hours for assessment (total: 160 hours). The approval of this curricular unit gives the student 6 ECTS. Classes are organized into a theoretical (30 hours) and theoretical-practical (30 hours) components, which includes the exposition of the syllabus, also involving the resolution of practical exercises and the development of a work. Assessment is carried out through two written tests (50%), a practical group work (40%) and individual practical exercises to be developed in class (10%).
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2022-06-15

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