IND210 Industrial Management
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Course responsible: Tor Kristian Stevik
Teachers: Jesper Frausig, Arnstein Moe
ECTS credits: 10
Faculty: Faculty of Science and Technology
Teaching language: NO
Teaching exam periods:
This course starts in Spring parallel. This course has teaching/evaluation in Spring parallel, .
Course frequency: Annually
First time: 2017V
The course content is: Operation and efficiency, lean production system / stability, basic principles for managing production, flow and layout, standardization / Just in Time, quality / involvement / planning, ERP / MRP, OEE, lean as operational management tool, digitization and lean. There will also be an introduction to six sigma.
Students will have a basic understanding and knowledge of the operation of the following processes; industry, building and construction, hospitals and fish farming. When the course is completed, the students should be able to manage operational operations, analyze, plan and optimize such processes. Students knowledge of specific tools will be emphasized. A main goal is for the students to gain a practical insight into the topics that are reviewed in the course.
Students will complete several assignments throughout the semester, as well as present a topic to the class. Students will make an analysis of a business by making one or more company visits, and present in the form of an assignment, suggestions for improvement. Assignments are carried out in a group to practice communication, teamwork and leadership.
The written assignment is followed up with individual counseling.
1) Dette er Lean, Modig og Åhøström, 2012, Rheologica
2) Learning to See, Rother, M and Shook, 2009, Lean Enterprise Institute
3) Creating Continous Flow, Rother, M and Harris, R, 2001, Lean Enterprise Institute
4) Getting the Right Things Done, Dennis Pascal, 2010, Lean Enterpise Institute
Participation in mandatory excursions
The assessment consists of two components, a written exam (counts 50%) and a semester assignment (counts 50%). Mandatory submissions must be passed. The candidate is rated A-F on both components.
10 credits normally requires 300 hours of work.
Minimum requirements for entrance to higher education in Norway (generell studiekompetanse)
External examiner participates together with internal examiner in the deisgn of the exam questions.
Examination details: Langsgående vurdering: A - E / F