Section 1 : Operations Management Training Program

Lecture 1 INTRODUCTION TO BRAINMEASURES PROCTOR SYSTEM Pdf
Lecture 2 About Certification Pdf
Lecture 3 About Proctor Testing Pdf

Section 2 : Operations Management and the Organization

Lecture 4 Section Overview 2:44
Lecture 5 The Key Functions of Operations Management 1:18
Lecture 6 Key Areas of Decision-making in Operations Management Text
Lecture 7 What operations management means 6:8
Lecture 8 Eight functions of operations management 12:45
Lecture 9 Operations Management Key Functions Text
Lecture 10 Operations in Service and Manufacturing Organizations 1:21
Lecture 11 Manufacturing and services contrasted 5:51
Lecture 12 Overlapping services and manufacturing 5:22
Lecture 13 Operations in Service and Manufacturing Organizations Text
Lecture 14 Organizational and Operations Strategy 1:46
Lecture 15 The Four-phase Process of Formulating Strategy Text
Lecture 16 Organizational strategy 3:54
Lecture 17 Formulating strategy 11:33
Lecture 18 Manufacturing operations strategies
Lecture 19 Services operations strategies 7:59
Lecture 20 Organizational and Operations Strategy Text
Lecture 21 The Transformation Model 1:20
Lecture 22 The transformation model 7:43
Lecture 23 Four kinds of transformations 4:27
Lecture 24 Identifying Business Transformations Text
Lecture 25 The Transformation Model Text
Lecture 26 Operations Management and the Organization 1:44
Lecture 27 Course project (optional) Text

Section 3 : Product and Service Management

Lecture 28 Section Overview 2:42
Lecture 29 The Product and Service Life Cycle 1:28
Lecture 30 The Product Life Cycle Text
Lecture 31 Introduction to the product life cycle 8:42
Lecture 32 Actions for product life cycle stages 10:42
Lecture 33 The Product and Service Life Cycle Text
Lecture 34 Developing New Products and Services 2:5
Lecture 35 Preparing a Business Case Text
Lecture 36 Introduction to new product development 6:58
Lecture 37 The new product development process 9:4
Lecture 38 Best practices in new product development process 11:9
Lecture 39 New Products and Services Development Text
Lecture 40 Managing Existing and Mature Products and Services 1:46
Lecture 41 Strategic Approaches for Managing Existing and Mature Products and Services Text
Lecture 42 Maintenance strategy 10:13
Lecture 43 Revitalization strategy 6:39
Lecture 44 Rationalization strategy 8:25
Lecture 45 Managing Existing and Mature Products and Services Text
Lecture 46 Course project (optional) Text
Lecture 47 Product and Service Management 2:37

Section 4 : Supply Chain Management

Lecture 48 Section Overview 3:8
Lecture 49 Understanding the Supply Chain 1:11
Lecture 50 5 Key Components of the Supply Chain 7:57
Lecture 51 Supply Chain Management in Service Organizations Text
Lecture 52 Advantages of Supply Chain Management 3:8
Lecture 53 The Supply Chain Text
Lecture 54 Drivers of Supply Chain Management 9:10
Lecture 55 Supply Chain Management in Service Organizations 1:18
Lecture 56 Supply Chain Characteristics 14:27
Lecture 57 Supply Chain Management Text
Lecture 58 Supply Chain Strategies 1:22
Lecture 59 Supply Chain Organizational Strategies 14:59
Lecture 60 Logistics Strategies 9:2
Lecture 61 Logistics Strategies Text
Lecture 62 Supply Chain Strategies Text
Lecture 63 Measuring Supply Chain Performance 1:19
Lecture 64 Performance Measurement Text
Lecture 65 Understanding Performance Measurement 4:18
Lecture 66 Methods of Performance Measurement 9:56
Lecture 67 Measuring Supply Chain Performance Text
Lecture 68 Course project (optional) Text
Lecture 69 Supply Chain Management 2:43

Section 5 : Inventory Management

Lecture 70 Section Overview 2:14
Lecture 71 Understanding Inventory 1:9
Lecture 72 Advantages of Managing Inventory 4:47
Lecture 73 Types of Inventory 7:6
Lecture 74 Understanding Inventory Management Text
Lecture 75 Inventory Management in Services 5:53
Lecture 76 Inventory Value and Cost 1:4
Lecture 77 Inventory Costs Text
Lecture 78 Inventory Valuation Methods 7:38
Lecture 79 Types of Inventory Costs 10:10
Lecture 80 The Value and Cost of Inventory Text
Lecture 81 Inventory and Economic Order Quantity 1:9
Lecture 82 Inventory Life-Cycle 3:39
Lecture 83 Economic Order Quantity (EOQ) 6:29
Lecture 84 Reorder Point (ROP) 4:55
Lecture 85 Inventory and Economic Order Quantity Text
Lecture 86 Inventory Management Tools 1:23
Lecture 87 Inventory Management Tools Table Text
Lecture 88 ABC Analysis 3:56
Lecture 89 Material Requirements Planning (MRP) 6:16
Lecture 90 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) 4:12
Lecture 91 Calculating EOQ and ROP Text
Lecture 92 Just-in-Time (JIT) 6:59
Lecture 93 Inventory Management Tools Text
Lecture 94 Course Project (optional) Text
Lecture 95 Inventory Management 2:9

Section 6 : Forecasting and Capacity Planning

Lecture 96 Section Overview 3:13
Lecture 97 The Characteristics of Demand 1:2
Lecture 98 What Demand and Supply Are 4:0
Lecture 99 Recognizing Demand Trends 8:45
Lecture 100 The Characteristics of Demand Text
Lecture 101 Demand Forecasting 1:46
Lecture 102 Defining Demand Forecasting 3:10
Lecture 103 The Four Variables of Demand Forecasting 7:25
Lecture 104 Steps in the Demand Forecasting Process 8:36
Lecture 105 Two Types of Demand Forecasting Models 3:27
Lecture 106 Qualitative and Quantitative Methods 10:11
Lecture 107 Forecasting Demand Text
Lecture 108 The Stages of the Demand Forecasting Process Text
Lecture 109 Capacity Management
Lecture 110 Defining Capacity 10:33
Lecture 111 Level Capacity Management Strategy 6:10
Lecture 112 Chase Demand Strategy 8:3
Lecture 113 Characteristics of the Three Substrategies of Chase Demand Strategy Text
Lecture 114 Demand Management Strategy 4:2
Lecture 115 Evaluating Capacity Management Strategies Text
Lecture 116 Managing Capacity Text
Lecture 117 Course Project (optional) Text
Lecture 118 Forecasting and Capacity Planning 3:0

Section 7 : Operations Scheduling

Lecture 119 Section Overview 2:5
Lecture 120 Operations Planning and Scheduling 1:53
Lecture 121 The Levels of Planning Text
Lecture 122 Scheduling in Operations Management 7:14
Lecture 123 Levels of Planning and Scheduling 11:22
Lecture 124 Operations Planning and Scheduling Text
Lecture 125 Scheduling of Staffing in a Service Environment 1:51
Lecture 126 Work Schedule Formulas Text
Lecture 127 Challenges in Employee Scheduling 13:19
Lecture 128 Scheduling Work Shifts 13:56
Lecture 129 Scheduling Criteria and Methods Text
Lecture 130 Scheduling Staff in a Service Environment Text
Lecture 131 Loading and Sequencing 1:47
Lecture 132 Shortest Processing Time Schedule Text
Lecture 133 Loading Work Centers 6:57
Lecture 134 Loading and Sequencing Text
Lecture 135 Job Sequences Text
Lecture 136 Sequencing rules 19:45
Lecture 137 Critical Ratio Text
Lecture 138 Sequencing Jobs Text
Lecture 139 Job Processing and Due Dates Text
Lecture 140 Critical Ratio Calculations Text
Lecture 141 Course Project (optional) Text
Lecture 142 Operations Scheduling 1:47

Section 8 : Management of Quality

Lecture 143 Section Overview 0:49
Lecture 144 Quality in Manufacturing and Service Operations 1:5
Lecture 145 Differences in Quality between Manufacturing and Service Operations Text
Lecture 146 What is Quality 4:37
Lecture 147 Benefits of Quality Management 3:6
Lecture 148 Quality in Manufacturing and Services 13:20
Lecture 149 Quality Performance Objectives and Measures
Lecture 150 Measurement of Quality Performance Text
Lecture 151 Quality Performance Indicators Text
Lecture 152 Measuring Quality Performance 4:2
Lecture 153 Quality Performance Indicators 11:37
Lecture 154 Quality Management Principles 0:57
Lecture 155 Quality Management Principles Text
Lecture 156 Principles of Quality Management Text
Lecture 157 The Role of Quality Principles 4:25
Lecture 158 Quality Principles
Lecture 159 Transformation Model and Quality Management 1:8
Lecture 160 Transformation Model Text
Lecture 161 Quality Management Transformation Model Text
Lecture 162 Quality Management Strategies 4:9
Lecture 163 Transformation Model Input Phase 7:49
Lecture 164 Transformation Model Processing Phase 4:16
Lecture 165 Transformation Model Output Phase 4:55
Lecture 166 Customer Satisfaction 3:15
Lecture 167 Other Quality Strategies 6:17
Lecture 168 Course Project (optional) Text
Lecture 169 Management of Quality in Operations 3:0

Section 9 : Facilities Planning and Management

Lecture 170 Section Overview 2:48
Lecture 171 Introduction to Facilities Management 1:35
Lecture 172 The Importance of Facilities Management 8:6
Lecture 173 Facilities Management Clients 7:57
Lecture 174 The Meaning and Causes of Churn 4:28
Lecture 175 Introduction to Facilities Management Text
Lecture 176 Strategic Considerations for Facilities Management 1:15
Lecture 177 Steps in Developing a Facilities Management Strategic Plan Text
Lecture 178 Different Facilities Management Styles 9:11
Lecture 179 Developing a Facilities Strategy 8:38
Lecture 180 Strategic Considerations for Facilities Management Text
Lecture 181 Location and Layout of Facilities 1:16
Lecture 182 Facilities Location and Layout Text
Lecture 183 Identifying Business Layout Text
Lecture 184 Facilities Location Decisions 9:58
Lecture 185 Facilities Layout Decisions 10:4
Lecture 186 Facilities Management for Service Organizations
Lecture 187 Location Planning for Service Organizations Text
Lecture 188 Location Issues for Services 10:32
Lecture 189 Layout Issues for Services 8:46
Lecture 190 Facilities Management for Service Organizations Text
Lecture 191 Course Project (optional) Text
Lecture 192 Facilities Planning and Management 2:30