"Operations and Logistics Management" COIL Teaching Reflection
|Teaching reflection written by Xu Hartling (Marketing and Decision Sciences)about her experiences teaching "Operations and Logistics Management," a Spring 2021 undergraduate Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) course at Salem State University.The SSU course collaborated with a course taught at Xi’an University of Posts and Communications in Xi An, China. There were 63 students in the SSU course and 65 students in the partner course.
|"Operations and Logistics Management" COIL Teaching Reflection
|ODS 333: Operations and Logistics Management
|Supply Chain Management
|COIL Teaching Reflection
|The course deals with concepts and principles related to the conversion process: the inputs of materials, investment, and labor producing finished goods and services. Taught from a management point of view. Topics include product/process design, capacity planning, plant layout, production scheduling, quality control, demand forecasting, human engineering, job design and inventory management. Relationships to other major business functions are explored.