Apr 19, 2024  
2023-2024 Graduate Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Graduate Catalog
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ITOM 6226 - Operations Analytics


Credits: 2

Organizations invest the bulk of their human and financial resources in their operations functions. Operations that are more efficient typically result in better performance. Students study analytical models and techniques to understand the role that analytics and analytical models can play in improving an organization’s operational processes. Decision-making under uncertainty is addressed using static stochastic optimization, two-stage optimization with recourse, and sequential decision-making. Uses optimization models to tackle problems in inventory management, revenue management, supply chain management, project management, and new product development. Also, how strategic decisions can be aided by data-driven, analytical models. Covers some core aspects of business strategy, including external analysis, competitor analysis, and opportunity analysis. Prerequisites: ITOM 6202 , ITOM 6203  or enrollment in the M.S.B.A. program.



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