HADM 4015 - Operations Analysis and New Business Models

Spring. 3 credits. Letter grades only.

Satisfies HADM or free electives for NSHA students. Co-meets with HADM 6015 . Graduate students should enroll in HADM 6015 .

E. Belavina.

New operating models (new ways of doing things) are disrupting the hospitality sector and beyond (think: AirBnB, delivery-only restaurants, focused hospitals, food-delivery startups, etc.). This course builds and uses operations management tools to understand these new models. In a course project, students use this understanding to identify new business opportunities.

Outcome 1: Strengthened and expanded skills required to analyze existing operating models.

Outcome 2: Expertise, materials and tools to independently come up with the new operating models and systematically evaluate them.

Outcome 3: Life-long skills to study and invent new operating business models.

Outcome 4: Disruptive Opportunities: the participants are well set to develop multiple successful businesses, either as corporate or independent entrepreneurs.

Outcome 5: Leverage sustainability challenges into opportunities.

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