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Logistic / Procurement

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Transcript of Logistic / Procurement

Logistics
Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Bogenrieder
Part 1
Outline
-
About me...
-Introduce your self
-Course introduction

Course Description
Learning objectives
Textbooks
Grading Policy
Schedules
About me...
From Herrenberg (born in Rottweil), Germany
Graduated from the Technical University of Stuttgart in Mechanical Engineering and Technology Management in 1994
Job History
R&D - Dolch Computer Systems, San Jose CA
Logistics and Material Mgmt - Allert GmbH & Co KG, Oberndorf Germany
Senior SAP Consultant – IBM Germany
Senior SAP Project Manager – IBM Germany
Manager - Business Partner and Channel Mgmt.- IBM Germany
Manager – IT Asset Management – IBM Germany
Professional organization
-Greater IBM Community
-Lectureship at University of Applies Sciences Stuttgart
Logistics Theory
The word of logistics originates from the ancient Greek logos (λόγος), which means “ratio, word, calculation, reason, speech, oration”.

The branch of military science having to do
with procuring, maintaining and transporting
material, personnel and facilities
Introduce your Self
-Introduction-
Logistics
is the art of managing the supply chain and science of managing and controlling the flow of
goods, information
and other resources like
energy
and people between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order to meet customer's requirements. It involves the
integration
of information,
transportation
,
inventory
,
warehousing
, material handling, and
packaging
.
“Logistics is the strategic management of movement, storage and information relating to materials, parts and finished goods in supply chains, through the stages of procurement, work-in-progress and final distribution”.
[Cooper, ed, 1994]
“Logistics is…the positioning of resource at the right time, in the right place, at the right cost, at the right quality”.
[UK Institute of Logistics and Transport, 1998]
Introduction
Development
of
Logistics
50's and early 60's
During this period the distribution system was very disorganized. Each function was individualized and the whole process was unplanned. There was very little positive control.
60's and early 70's
They realized some physical activities such as transport, storage, material handling and packaging could be linked together in order to manage them more efficiently.
1970's
Important decade in the development of the concept of distribution:
Distribution was included in the functional management structure of some organizations.
Change of the structure and control of the distribution chain.
80's and early 90's
This period brought us to the use of cost-saving measures. The technology and the new ways this was able to control information helped organizations to recognize a mayor emphasis on the importance of informational aspects as well as the physical aspects of logistics.
1990's
The concept of Supply Chain Management (SCM) appeared due to the recognition of several and different organizations being involved in the production and transportation of a product.
2000 and beyond
Nowadays logistics has been recognized as a key enabler for business improvement
Targets of Logistics
Good / Service
Meet the requirements of consumers or organizations.
Most optimized way
Origen
Point of Use
Main targets:

Date reliability
Short delivery times
Low inventory level
High capacity utilization


Grading
Assignment 20%
Case Study 80%
When
last week of term (Jan 8th 2014)

Grading Policy

Schedule Winter Semester 2014
An introductory course in Logistics and Procurement with focus on Supply Chain Management
Presented through lectures along with several examples

Course description

Lecturing
Videos
Group exercises
Case discussion
Case study presentations

Lecture Organization

Presentation
References (not required)

Textbooks

Knowledge the strategic role of Logistics, Procurement and Supply Chain Management (SCM)
What is supply chain, and how is it structured?
Logistics system within the company.
What is the purpose of a supply chain?
An understanding of Logistics & SCM
Cost of Logistics and SCM
Make-or-buy decisions - Insourcing and Outsourcing.
Sourcing strategy (Local and Global sourcing / Single and Multiple sourcing)

Learning objectives

Trends in Logistics
In recent years, several strategic and technological changes have had great impact on logistics.
Globalization
New information technologies
E-Commerce
Today, trends that influence logistic of companies worldwide are:
Growth of trade and global production
Specialization in Niches
We live in a world "On-demand"
Sensibility towards the environment
Restructure of the organization and process
------Why increase the interest------
Deregularization
Globalization
Technological
breakthroughs
Environmental
concerns
Performance
impact
Supply Chain Management
Is the process of planning, implementing,
and controlling the operations of the supply chain as efficiently as possible. Supply Chain Management spans all movement and storage of raw materials, work-in-process inventory, and finished goods from point-of-origin to point-of-consumption.
Logistics
Management

Business Logistics in a Firm
Supply chain: structure and tiering
Logistic concept
Material and information flow
Case 1
Exercise 1:
Describe the material and information flow in the supply network affecting one of the major products in Case 1.

Case 2:
Compare the details for characteristics of both household appliance and mobile phone’s product lines.
Go on to identify the principal order winners and qualifiers for each product.
Vs.
The value Chain
:
Linking supply chain and business strategy

New product development
Marketing
and sales
Operations
Distribution
Service
Business Strategy
Supply Chain Strategy
Finance, accounting, Information technology, human resources
Understanding the Supply Chain:
Cost-Responsiveness Efficient Frontier
Achieving Strategic Fit
Drivers of Supply Chain
Competitive strategy
Efficiency
responsiveness
Supply Chain Strategy and structure
Inventory
Transportation
Facilities
Information
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