If you are considering building a new lean facility or applying lean tools to your current company, these tips and examples can help get you started.
The term “DevOps” started as a collaborative approach between software developers and operations managers to deploy software updates accurately and on time. This philosophy has grown and now extends beyond software development companies.
Have you just received your bachelor’s degree and want to continue your studies before taking the corporate world by storm? Have you been working in a cubicle with your sights set on the C-suite (CFO, CEO, COO, CIO)? Have you decided that you want to pursue a different type of career? Whatever your reason for pursuing an MBA, choosing to do so at Kettering University puts you in the same league with others committed to professional excellence.
Kettering’s MBA is customizable, allowing you to take additional courses and earn a certificate in one of four specialized areas of study: Global Leadership, Supply Chain Management, Operations Management, or Healthcare Management.
A survey by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) notes that U.S. manufacturers are feeling more optimistic about the economy and business environment than they have in 20 years. Apple committed to spending $1 billion to support advanced manufacturing in the U.S. All of this is good news for engineers. Engineering jobs are projected to continue to grow as much as 10% over the next ten years with steady salaries above $100K.
Samsung is following up failure with success. After the Note’s fires, Samsung had to not only handle the immediate press crisis and stain on their brand but reconsider their processes from design through supply chain.
Regardless of your industry, it is imperative to have a thorough understanding of the core concepts and tools of operations management.