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LOG 309 - Applied Concepts of Industrial Operations Management

This course is designed to further the professional capability of military and civilian personnel as upper-level managers assigned to the Department of Defense Depot Maintenance System. Foundational concepts of industrial operations management will be discussed to include strategic planning and execution. Students will study current operational methodologies for strategic planning, forecasting and forming a business case analysis. Additionally, project scheduling and post project execution analysis will be explored.

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Grade Restrictions: None

Special Requirements: This course is part of a series designed to progressively develop personnel assigned to the Department of Defense Depot Maintenance System; courses include LOG 109, LOG 209, LOG 210, and LOG 309. This course provides a comprehensive view of production tools and process improvement methodologies including Lean Principles, Six Sigma, Theory of Constraints as well as Critical Chain Project Management.

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Distance Learning 24A 01 Oct 2023 30 Sep 2024

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Delivery Method: Instructor Led, Live Internet Course

Course Length: 60 days

Event Type: Training (Functional, Technical)

Primary Audience: All Logistics Officer, Enlisted, and Civilian

CL Points: 25

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