06350003 - Management of Information Systems

Credit hour 3
Total number of hours 21
Number of hours for lectures 21

Goals

  • Address fundamentals of Supply / Global Value Chains Management concepts thanks to the strategic vision of the enterprise
  • Identify past, current and prospective trends to assess the full extent and the actual impact of the Disruptive Transformation on IS & SCM concepts
  • Develop reflexes and useful guidelines in terms of managerial posture to prepare participants in various (operational or project) roles and responsibilities they may encounter all along their future career in these areas
TARGETED KNOWLEDGE
  • Strategic Management : Gloval vision of the enterprise
  • Assess various links in between this Global
  • Strategic Vision and Supply Chain Management, regarding both actual best practices and its, prospective & disruptive transformation throughout Digital Business & Industry 4.0.

TARGETED SKILLS
  • Global Vision (Prospective & Targeted)
  • Managerial Posture
  • Talents management

Content

GLOBAL VISION OF THE ENTERPRISE
  1. Strategic Marketing: the differentiation matrix
  2. Capacity of evolution
  3. Strategy
  4. Strategic management closed-loop
  5. Operations and project Management: the expected managerial new talents

DISRUPTIVE TRANSFORMATION & INDUSTRY 4.0
  1. The ‘’red line’’ issue: Improve or Transform ?!
  2. Strong or weak signals?
  3. Some indicators on our actual situation
  4. The disruptive transformation tree
  5. Market-Pull vs. Techno-Push
  6. The ‘’Native Digital Creative Destruction Wave’’ (J. Schumpeter)
  7. 11 challenges to push the limits of our current paradigm
  8. Towards a fully new Business Ecosystem
  9. Innovate to Transform …
  10. … and Transform to Innovate
  11. Prerequisites / First steps to Transformation
  12. Discussion

BACK TO OUR CURRENT SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
  • Supply Chain definitions
  • Improve (performance) or Transform (Reengineering)
  • SCOR Methodology
  • 3 successful SCM examples
  • 2 SCM failure examples
  • Impact of SCM on EBIT
  • Competitive advantage & Global Performance

COMPANY SUPPLY CHAIN STRATEGY
  • Company Supply Chain Strategy
  • Global Supply Chain
  • Cost Analysis
  • Sourcing Strategy
  • Kraljic & Bensaou matrix
  • Risk management
  • Commodity strategy
  • Purchasing & Procurement
  • Supply Chain missions
  • Internal
  • External

SUPPLY CHAIN CLOSED-LOOP SYSTEM
  • PLANIFICATION
    • Supply Chain Configuration & Mapping
    • Overall Physical Flow
    • Information Flow Overview
    • The ‘’Closed-Loop System’’
  • Independent vs. Dependent Demand
  • IBP: Integrated Business Planning
  • S&OP: Sales & Operations Planning
  • DP: Demand Planning
  • DRP: Distribution Requirements Planning
  • MPS: Master Production Scheduling
  • VMI: Vendor Management Inventory
  • Software Solutions
    • CPFR and APS
    • ERP ‘’All-In-One’’ or Urbanization?!

LESSONS LEARNED / GOOD AND BEST PRACTICES IN SCM
  • S&OP: a great step forward
  • Sales forecasting remains a Gordian node
  • Bull Wip effect – Collaboration – Bear Game
  • 2014 Supply Chain trends by Deloitte
  • Example in the Pharmaceutical environment
  • Before-After situations
  • Localization in the ‘’capillary distribution’’
  • Cross-docking & Delayed Differentiation/Postponement + 2 examples
  • EPC using RFId
  • Dematerialization – EDI
  • Supply Chain fundamentals and business challenges are entirely applicable in Business

Engineering and Services activities
  • Shared logistics - Collaborative value fields several win-win ways to:
  • Increase performance
  • Reduce stocks by decreasing lot size and/or increasing frequency of deliveries
  • LIS and PLM
  • Economical vs. Strategic Outsourcing
  • Human and organizational aspects
  • The problem is not so simple!
  • The ‘’Supply Chain Portfolio Manager’’

BUSINESS-CASES
  • DebioTech (CCMP)
  • BUS
  • Supply Chain in spring waters
  • Rooftops
  • Documentary Supply Chain
  • Value Stream Organization
  • Sales Performance at a frozen food home delivery group
  • Just-in-time at a telecom operator
  • reengineering of support functions
  • Big data in Healthcare

Bibliography

BOOKS USED AS REFERENCE:
“Logistique et Supply Chain Management. “ P. Medan, A. Gratacap, (2008), Dunod, 288 p.
‘’Management industriel et logistique’’ Baglin, Bruel, Garreau, Greif, Delft . Editions

ECONOMICA
"Analysis of a Forecasting-Production-Inventory System with Stationary Demand." Toktay, Beryl L., and Lawrence M. Wein. Management Science 47, no. 9 (2001): 1268-81.
"Managing Demand and Sales Dynamics in New Product Diffusion Under Supply, Constraint." Ho, TeckHua, Sergei Savin, and Christian Terwiesch. Management Science48, no. 2 ,(2002): 187-206.
“Manufacturing Planning and Control for Supply Chain Management” Jacobs, F. R.; W. L.,Berry; D. C. Whybark; and T. E. Vollmann.. 6th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2011.
“Decision Systems for Inventory Management and Production Planning and Control” Silver, E.; D. Pyke; and R. Peterson. 3rd ed. New York: Wiley, 1998.
 “Production Planning, Control, and Integration”. Sipper, D., and R. L. Bulfi n Jr. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1997.

Tests

Final Exam
Written: ''10 key points''

Continuing Examination
In class examination
2 case studies by group (25%)

Additional Information

TEACHING METHODS
146 SLIDES + 6 VIDEOS + about 8 ''mini-case studies'' + 2 case studies by group

ADDITIONAL READINGS:
A list of webography is included in the power point support of the course