Business course - International Operations Management

International operations management

International operations management (45 h)

The Operations area has become increasingly important in today’s global market. This course is designed to provide students with a solid understanding of the key concepts and effective methods used in this field, which can be applied in both industrial and service industries. By the end of the course, students should be able to identify and solve problems related to production management and make informed decisions about managing a company’s production system.

Course 2024-2025

Course 2024-2025

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The lectures will include discussions with students about supplementary material that will be uploaded on the course website at least one day before the class.


Exam: 40% 

Essay: 40% 

Attendance and class participation: 20% 


• Introduction to Operations Management 

• Tactical decisions in Operations Management 

• Strategic decisions in Operations Management


LESEURE, Michel. Key concepts in operations management. Los Angeles: SAGE, 2010 SLACK, Nigel; BRANDON-JONES, Alistair; JOHNSTON, Robert. Operations Management. 7th ed. Harlow; England; PEARSON, 2013

WALLER, Derek L. Operations Management: a supply chain approach. 2nd ed. London: Thomson, 2003 


CASTÁN FARRERO, José Mª., GUITART TARRÉS, Laura. Dirección de operaciones: manual de ejercicios. Barcelona: Publicacions i Edicions de la Universitat de Barcelona, 2012

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