Subject: Basics of Industrial Engineering and Management (17 - II1000)

Basic Information

Scientific or art field:Proizvodni i uslužni sistemi, organizacija i menadžment
Course specification

Course is active from 30.10.2012..

The course Fundamentals of industrial engineering is the starting subject in the study, understanding and design of complex systems and processes in the field of industrial engineering and engineering management. The educational goal is to master the basic knowledge of engineering and systems view of the world, with an emphasis on the application of this approach to production and service business systems. The aim of the course is to graduate in Industrial Engineering acquires competences in order to be able to independently perform engineering analysis of various production and business systems.
Students who complete the course and pass the exam are able to detect components of business systems, understand the relationships between them, analyze the main functions of the company as a complex dynamic system and detect its policy, plan and program. Graduated Industrial engineer acquires competence to analyze the different production and business systems.
Industrial Engineering and Systems Theory. Systems and the characteristics of the system, Basic dimensions and state of the system. System functions and flows in the system. The structure of the system. Environment conditions. Dynamic modeling of production systems. Control of the system. Industrial engineering and management challenges in the new millennium. Basic tools and techniques in management planning (SWOT analysis, portfolio management, gap analysis, break-even point analysis, etc..). Guidance. Motivation. Groups, teams and corporate culture. Encouraging creativity and innovation. Delegating authority. Corporate social responsibility and business ethics.
Teaching includes lectures on the subject with examples of application of system approach to the production and service systems and auditory exercises in which through a case study of different production and service systems in small groups are detailed the specific topics from the lecture.
Ćosić, I., Šešlija, D., Vidicki, P.Osnove industrijskog inženjerstva i menadžmenta2018Fakultet tehničkih nauka, Novi SadSerbian language
Michael C. JacksonSystems Thinking: Creative Holism for Managers 2003John Wiley&Sons Ltd, EnglandEnglish
Williams, Bob, and Richard HummelbrunnerSystems concepts in action: a practitioners toolkit2010Stanford University Press, USAEnglish
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
Exercise attendanceYesYes5.00
Written part of the exam - tasks and theoryNoYes70.00
Coloquium examNoNo20.00
Coloquium examNoNo20.00
Lecture attendanceYesYes5.00
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Tasić Nemanja
Associate Professor

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Mitrović Veljković Slavica
Full Professor

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Stanojević Miloš
Assistant - Master

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Reljić Vule
Assistant Professor

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