BIBM770 – Resource Integration Management

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Module code
BIBM770
Module title
Resource Integration Management
Prescription
To develop skills, knowledge and expertise in the related disciplines of supply chain management, business facility layout/modification, and engineering economics, to ensure resource integration occurs at various levels for business operation, technical management, project management and production of goods or services.
Programmes
  • BI1401
  • BI1506
  • BI1808
  • SC9501
NZQA Level
Level 7
NZQA Credits
15
Delivery method
  • Web-Supported
Learning hours
Directed hours
48
Self directed hours
102
Total learning hours
150
Resources required
Learning Outcomes
1. Propose and analyse techniques and strategies for the management of supply chains
2. Analyse strategic concepts or factors that guide or affect planning, policy development,
and the organisation and flows of supply chain management
3. Evaluate the key perspectives and phases of design and their later implications for
production, delivery, and in-service sustainment
4. Apply principles of designing operational facilities as regards human factors engineering,
systems safety and fiscal risk and evaluate their impact on operational objectives including
efficiency and return
5. Evaluate logistics implications in production operations
6. Evaluate the application and derivation from economics and accounting fundamentals to
production engineering economics
7. Describe and apply criteria for identifying external consultancy needs and performance
expectations at various professional levels
Content
- Planning, designing/sourcing, and delivering supply chain operations
- Metrics for measuring supply chain performance
- Detection of supply chain opportunities, and design or alteration for competitive advantage
- Functional supportability analysis
- Statistical quality control
- Principles of industrial ergonomics
- Principles of engineering economics
- Principles of industrial ergonomics and system safety
- Logistics in transitioning from support of production operations to support of user operations
Teaching and Learning Strategy
Teaching will involve blended delivery methods incorporating the Moodle online delivery platform. Other delivery methods my involve theoretical and practical classes, face to face, lectures, tutorials, workshops, group activities, guest tutors, field trips, role-play, and video conferencing, as appropriate.
Assessment Criteria
Candidates must achieve a minimum result of 40 in the final examination of this module. They must also achieve a minimum C grade pass overall from all assessments to receive a passing grade for the module.
Learning and Teaching Resource
Required Text:
An extended reading list will be supplied by the tutor at commencement of the module. This will be updated annually.