Dave Angelow, adjunct professor at Texas State University just finished teaching a semester long course in Production and Operations Management. The course, which focuses on the supply chain and value chain as well as some production methods, is a core requirement in the school of management.
I talked with Dave to hear how the course went and how BPM fit into the syllabus.
>>My talk with Dave (5:12): Take a Listen
Some of the topics Dave tackles:
- How a fair number of students also have day jobs (the course is taught at night) and how this allows them to directly apply what they’ve learned.
- How BPM, both Business Process Management and Modeling, fit under the quality management section
- BPM as a means of compressing cycle time and extracting more value for customers.
- Using Blueprint for a hands on modeling exercise and value the students saw in the tool.
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