Studying MBA in operations management commonly offers a global perspective on industry trends and an awareness of any financial regulations or political uncertainties that could impact an organization. Risk management, getting to grips with the industry’s inherent complexities and responding well to change will be a strong consideration for students during their course.
Emphasizing the importance of strategic thinking is also a cornerstone of many leading operations management programs, something that should enable graduates to ensure their organization stays ahead of its competition.
The scope of operation Management is its vocational nature. We use real-life case studies and examples from local and regional industries, including automotive, aerospace, mechanical and engineering services and their supply chain. For instance, supply chain optimization, production enhancement and NPI (new product introduction). Recent projects have involved learning about the ‘light-weighting’ of automotive components and systems.
|Top Colleges||IIM | SIBM | Christ University | SP Jain | Wellingkar|
|Entrance Exams||CAT | MAT | KMAT | CMAT | PGCET | SNAP | XAT|
|Progression||January-February | June-July|
|Tuition Fees||1.5 – 35 Lac|
|Faculty||Faculty of Resource Management|