06260044 - Supply Chain Management

Diploma level Master - Semester 3
Credit hour 3
Total number of hours 21
Number of hours for lectures 21

Goals

The goal of the course is to present Supply Chain challenges taking in account international environment.
One of the main message : the rôle of  the Supply Chain is to support the company strategy and « business model »

§1 : Global Supply chain Concept
Definitions, principles, flows management, processes
§2 : International transportation
Different types of transportation (air, sea, train, road)
§3 : Outsourcing and L.S.P. (Logistic Service Providers)
Levels of xPL, how to select and choose L.S.P. (negotiation)
§4 : Information System
Description of main E.R.P. functions and modules
§5 : Organization
Consequences of e-commerce on supply chains

TARGETED KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
  • Able to understand a company strategy
  • Able to identify different types of transportation with Pro and Cons
  • Implement a Supply Chain strategy in different areas: transportation , distribution…
  • Contribute to IT project as active team member & able to make proposals and suggestions

Content

Introduction

I - The goal of Supply chain management
I-1 Definition
I-2 The different mission
I-3 Supply chain management challenges

II - Gaining competitive advantage through supply chain management
II-1 Supply chain excellence matrix
II-2 Supply chain cost and value advantage

III - Supply chain segmentation
III-1 From product segmentation to supply chain segmentation
III-2 Supply chain strategies

IV-Manufacturing and the supplychain
IV-1 Marketing versus Operations
IV-2 Operations issues
IV-3 Sales and Operations
IV-4 Application

V Supply chain performance
V-1 Supply chain cost
V-2 Supply chain performance implementation
V-3 The supply chain balanced scorecard

VI-SCM strategies and inventories
VI-1 Demand forecasting issues
VI-2 Sourcing strategies
VI-3 Distribution strategies
VI-4 Inventory strategies

Conclusion

Bibliography

RECOMMENDED TEXTS AND PUBLICATIONS :
  1. « La révolution des organisations »  D. Gateau, D.Barroin
  2. « Transport international des marchandises » Jean Belotti Vuibert , 2009

Tests

Individual grade
Assessment type : Written
Length : 1 hour
Nature of the assessment: Questions about the course + 1 reflexion topic to be developped


Other grade(s)
Presentation to the class with Powerpoint
In a group, during class
Length : 15 mn presentation / 10 mn questions
Nature of assessment : writtent & oral

Weight : 66% (individual) 33% (collective as a group)

Additional Information

TEACHING METHODS
Inductive method with study cases.

NATURE OF MATERIALS
Powerpoint
Videos (to illustrate)

TEACHING INNOVATIONS AND USE OF TECHNOLOGY
Workshops to be worked by groups of 5 (within the class) and to be presented to the class
1 project to be prepared by groups of 5 (outside the class) and to be presented to the class

RESOURCES AVAILABLE :
Internet search engines and You Tube