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Introduction

Global and local firms are impacted today by diverse factors which influence their decision making and, performance all over the world. Executives who run these companies need to develop com¬petences to make decisions around opportunities and problems of developing and implementing strategies, systems and practice in operations management. Senior executives responsible for su¬pervising and executing operations strategies will discover, through this program, a wide choice of academic and learning options.

Our Executive Education for Operations and Production Management Program combines strategic frameworks and fundamentals to give our participants hands-on learning tools for ap¬proaching innovative solutions to production and operations real situations.

Our programs include a solid organizational net for international knowledge sharing creating a global platform for sharing lessons learned and relevant experiences. These activities are deve¬loped together with worldwide institutions with which our university has subscribed agreements and strategic alliances.

Program Objectives

  • Analyze designing and controlling processes of production and methods for redesigning busi¬ness operations in the production of good or services.
  • Link day-to-day operational details to company business strategies.
  • Understand latest tendencies to ensure that business operations are efficient and effective.
  • Learn how to implement best practices to put company production to world-class operations.

Who should attend our Corporate and Business program?

  • Senior and mid-level production managers at manufacturing or service companies.
  • Logistic, manufacturing, plant and operation managers.
  • Consultants, mid-level engineers and production specialists.

Program Highlights and Course Structure

  1. Production Administration
    This module purpose is to develop, in the attendees, technical competences for production planning, based on projections, and forecasts.
  2. Productive Process Analysis
    This course is oriented to develop technical skills in order to design and execute processes review and analysis in the framework of continuous improvement guidelines.
  3. Quality Management
    To promote use of Quality Management models in production and operation fields in order to introduce companies to international continuous improvement standards.
    4. Service Management
    Understand planning, control and optimization methods to ensure customer satisfaction in service areas.
  4. Industrial maintenance
    Participants will develop skills to participate in the formulation, planning and execution of predictive, preventive and corrective maintenance programs in different industries.
  5. Health, Safety and Environment
    Development of policies, programs and strategies for designing and executing Health, Safety and Environment plans in order to prevent accidents and environment impacts as well as to promote workers health.
  6. Final Project
    Participants will apply competences gained during the program through simulation of business real situations, and the presentation of a final project which is a paper analyzing one company operation and production situation and presenting a proposal to improved its performance.

Executive Program Key Benefits

The Executive Program for Talent Management will help you:

  • Learn the latest tendencies of the major areas for Operations and Production Management.
  • Identify relevant operation and production issues and apply practical business lessons to you own situation and organization.
  • Get exposure to other executive’s vision, ideas and knowledge.

Online Model

Our Executive Programs use the case method as one of the most effective tools for teaching our participants. Case studies offer a collaborative process, with multiple levels of learning, driving participants to identify relevant issues and to apply practical business lessons to their own companies. Each case provides an opportunity to study and apply innovative solutions to real problems in the business environment.

Our participants learn doing activities in the virtual classroom as well as simulations, group encounters, attending video conferences, among other very practical activities.

Admission Requirements

Please submit your application at least four (4) weeks before the program start date. Admission is based on professional achievement and organizational responsibility.

To apply you may use our on line form. We will promptly acknowledge receipt of your submission via email. In the unlikely event that an email acknowledgment is not received, please contact the Admissions Committee by email: info@urbe.university.

SCHEDULE

The tutorships are offer between Monday and Friday starting 6:00 p.m. The participants will have 2 synchronous tutorships meetings weekly of 4 hours each one, the days are established by the on line tutor and published in the platform.

Egress Requirements

To approve all the Modules the student must have at least 2.0 (4.0).

Diploma that is granted

Diploma in Operations and Production Management.

Pensum

UNITS DESCRIPTION HOURS
I. PRODUCTION ADMINISTRATION 24H
II. PRODUCTIVE PROCESS ANALIYSIS 24H
III. QUALITY MANAGEMENT 32H
IV. SERVICE MANAGEMENT 24H
V. IMDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE 24H
VI. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIROMENT 24H
VII. FINAL PROJET 16H

Total Academic hours: 168H

Investment

Application: $ 100
Career Total Investment: $ 3.520
Financial Semester plan Non interest: Enrollment: $ 1.408 + 4 Quotes Estimated cost: $ 528

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