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Supply Chain Management

Ch. V. V. S. N. V. Prasad BITS-PILANI, K. K. Birla Goa Campus

An Overview

Text Book

Reference Books

Evaluation Scheme

Course Plan

Ch. V. V. S. N. V. PrasadOverview  Text Book  Reference Books  Evaluation Scheme  Course Plan Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management

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Reference Book(s)

R1. Donal J. Bowersox, David J. Closs, M. Bixby Cooper, “Supply Chain Logistics Management”,Tata McGraw Hill, 2 nd edition. 2007.

R2. Ronald H. Ballou, “ Business Logistics and Supply Chain Management”, Pearson Education, 5 th Edition, 2004.

Ch. V. V. S. N. V. Prasadand Supply Chain Management”, Pearson Education, 5 t h Edition, 2004.  Supply Chain Management 8/22/2011

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Learning Objective(s)

An overview about supply chain management course

 An overview about supply chain management course Ch. V. V. S. N. V. Prasad Supply

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Text Book(s)

T1: Sunil Chopra & Peter Meindl: “Supply Chain Management: Strategy, Planning and Operation”, Pearson Education,Third Edition 2007.

T2: Joel. D.Wisner, G. Keong Leong and Keah-Choon Tan “Principles of Supply Chain Management: A Balanced Approach” Thomson South-Western. 2005.

Ch. V. V. S. N. V. Prasadof Supply Chain Management: A Balanced Approach” Thomson South-Western. 2005. Supply Chain Management 8/22/2011

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Evaluation Scheme

Evaluation

Duration

Weightage

Date & Time

Remarks

Component

Test I

50 mins.

20%

 

18-02-11

Closed book

12

Noon – 1PM

Test II

50mins

20%

 

29-03-11

Closed book

12

Noon – 1PM

Surprise

 

20%

During class

 

Quiz/Assignme

 

hours

nts/

 

Case Studies

Comp. Exam

 

40%

 

05/05/11

Closed book

(FN)

Exam   40%   05/05/11 Closed book (FN) Ch. V. V. S. N. V. Prasad Supply

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Course Plan(contents)

Understanding the supply chain

Supply Chain and Supply Chain Management

Decision Phases in a Supply Chain

Process View of a Supply Chain

The Importance of Supply Chain Flows

Examples of Supply Chains

Supply chain performance : achieving strategic fit and scope

Importance of strategic fit to a company’s overall success

Achieving strategic fit between supply chain strategy and its competitive strategy

Importance of expanding the scope of strategic fit across the supply chain

expanding the scope of strategic fit across the supply chain Ch. V. V. S. N. V.

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Network design in the supply chain

Role of network design decisions in the supply chain

Factors influencing supply chain network design decisions

Describe a strategic framework for facility location.

Optimization methods used for facility location and capacity allocation decisions

Gravity methods for location

Network optimization models

Network design in an uncertain environment

Uncertainties that influence supply chain performance and network design

Methodologies that are used to evaluate supply chain decisions under uncertainty

Decision Tree

How can supply chain network design decisions in an uncertain environment be analyzed?

Ch. V. V. S. N. V. PrasadHow can supply chain network design decisions in an uncertain environment be analyzed? Supply Chain Management

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Course Plan(contents)

Planning supply and demand in the supply chain: Managing predictable variability

Manage supply to improve synchronization in the supply chain in the face of predictable variability

Manage demand to improve synchronization in the supply chain in the face of predictable variability?

Use of aggregate planning to maximize profitability when faced with predictable variability in the supply chain

Managing economies of scale in the supply chain: cycle inventory

Costs associated with optimal amount of cycle inventory in the supply chain

Effects of quantity discounts on lot size and cycle inventory

What are appropriate discounting schemes for the supply chain, taking into account cycle inventory?

Effects of trade promotions on lot size and cycle inventory

Managerial levers that can reduce lot size and cycle inventory without increasing costs

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Supply chain drivers and obstacles

Major drivers of supply chain performance

Role of each driver in creating strategic fit between supply chain strategy and competitive strategy (or between implied demand uncertainty and supply chain responsiveness)

Major obstacles to achieving strategic fit

Designing the distribution network in a supply chain

Key factors to be considered when designing the distribution network

Strengths and weaknesses of various distribution options

Roles of distributors in the supply chain

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Demand forecasting in a supply chain

Role of forecasting for an enterprise and a supply chain

Components of a demand forecast

Demand forecast for a given historical data

Time series methodologies

Analysis of demand forecast to estimate forecast error

Aggregate planning in the supply chain

Types of decisions are best solved by aggregate planning

Importance of aggregate planning as a supply chain activity

Kinds of information are needed to produce an aggregate plan

Basic trade-offs a manager makes to produce an aggregate plan

Aggregate Planning Strategies

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Managing uncertainty in the supply chain: safety inventory

Role of safety inventory in a supply chain

Factors that influence the required level of safety inventory

Different measures of product availability

Managerial levers are available to lower safety inventory and improve product availability

Determining the optimum level of product availability

Factors affecting the optimal level of product availability

Estimating optimal cycle service level

Managerial levers that can be used to improve supply chain profitability through optimal service levels

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Sourcing decisions in a supply chain

Role of sourcing in a supply chain

Dimensions of supplier performance affect total cost

Effect of supply contracts on supplier performance and information distortion

Different categories of purchased products and services

Desired focus for procurement for each of these categories

Transportation in the supply chain

Role of transportation in a supply chain

strengths and weaknesses of different transport modes

Different network design options

strengths and weaknesses

Trade-offs in transportation network design

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Information Technology and the supply chain

Importance of information and IT in the supply chain

Use of information for each supply chain driver

Major applications of supply chain IT and IT enablers

Performance Measurement in a Supply Chain

Supply Chain Management Practices

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Course Plan(contents)

Pricing and revenue management in the supply chain

Role of revenue management in a supply chain

Revenue management tactics

Trade-offs that must be considered when making revenue management decisions

Coordination in the supply chain

Supply chain coordination and the bullwhip effect, and their effects on supply chain performance

Causes of the bullwhip effect

Obstacles to coordination in the supply chain

Managerial levers that help achieve coordination in the supply chain

Actions that facilitate the building of strategic partnerships and trust in the supply chain

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