Introduction to Industrial Engineering
- To provide an overview of Industrial Engineering areas and activities
- To exemplify and study a number of quantitative methods used in Industrial Engineering
António Carlos Bárbara Grilo, Helena Maria Lourenço Carvalho Remígio
Weekly - 6
Total - 45
Chase, R. B., Jacobs F. R. e Aquilano N. (2005), Operations Management for Competitive Advantage with Global Cases, 11ª ed., McGraw-Hill Publishing Co, UK.
Heizer, J., Render, B. e Munson, C. (2017), Operations Management: Sustainability and Supply Chain Management, 12ª ed., Pearson, New Jersey.
Roldão, V. e Ribeiro, J. S. (2014), Gestão das Operações. Uma Visão Integrada, 2ª ed., Monitor, Lisboa.
Slack N., Chambers S. e Johnston R. (2016), Operations Management, 8ª ed., Prentice Hall, Harlow.
Stevenson, W. (1998) Productions/Operations Management, 6ª ed., Irwin/McGraw-Hill.
Industrial Engineering and Industrial Management. Definitions, differences and complementarity.
Management and production systems in industry and services. Concepts of productivity, competitiveness and optimization.
Layout. Balancing assembly lines.
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