About the Course

A study of the range of quantitative and financial problem-solving and decision-making tools and techniques used in the field of operations management. Topics include the intra- and extra-organizational processes related to the systems that provide services and/or produce goods within the enterprise, and their contribution to business effectiveness.

Feb 10 - Mar 17, 2023

223MCM006
Est. Tuition:
$450.00
Learning Format:
Online
Duration:
6 weeks
Enroll

Estimated Tuition

$450.00

Location

Online

Instructor

  • Phan, Henry, J., M.B.A.

Schedule

Online: Feb 10 - March 17, 2023

Textbook

Mandatory:
Title: How VC John Doerr Sets (and Achieves) Goals - Harvard Business Review

Mandatory:
Title: Hypothesis-Driven Entrepreneurship: The Lean Startup - Harvard Business School

Mandatory:
Title: Leading Change With a Culture of Experimentation - MIT Sloan Management Review

Mandatory:
Title: Use OKRs to Set Goals for Teams, Not Individuals - Harvard Business Review

Additional information

Enroll before December 12 and save 15%. Apply discount code WNTR15.