LINKS is a sophisticated, team-based, competitive management simulation designed in a modular fashion to permit application in a variety of educational/instructional contexts. This simulation is widely used in MBA programs across the country. Examples of simulations include: supply chain management, service operations management, and enterprise management.
Responsive Learning Technologies operates several simulation technologies relevant to operations management. Littlefield Technologies is a real-time, competitive factory simulator which emphasizes queuing, capacity management, inventory management, and lead time management. Other simulations include: supply chain game, eBEER, HP-NADO case, and venture capital game.
SimQuick is an Excel spreadsheet (with some macros) that allows the user to model simple processes including waiting lines, inventory, supply chains, manufacturing, and projects with uncertain task times.
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Factory Schedule Show, available free, is developed by Professor Khoshnevis, Industrial & Systems Engineering, University of Southern California Los Angeles, CA 90089-0193. The contact information is Phone: (213) 740-4889, Fax: (213) 740-1120 and e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. FSS is a Windows based software which provides a graphical demonstration of factory operations schedule and machine loads. The system is also capable of showing relevant statistical data and performance measures.
- Click on Academic tab, followed by Software tab, followed by FSS tab.
- To run FSS: Follow the instructions.