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Supply Chain Management Spring 2014

Ashesi University, Spring 2014, Class #1
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Noam Sarfati

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Transcript of Supply Chain Management Spring 2014

Course overview and introduction
Ashesi University - Spring 2014

Supply Chain Management
The course is designed to provide the students with requisite skills for becoming a Practical
Logistician
- a professional logistics practitioner.
Logisticians
manage the Supply Chains that includes all the “End-End Supply Chains”. They oversee Shipping and Transportation, Distribution to Wholesalers or Retailers, Warehousing, and the Just-in-Time Delivery that helps minimize costs and maximize productivity (US news and World report; Best Careers 2011: Logistician).
Supply Chain Management encompasses the Planning and Management of all activities involved in Sourcing, Procurement, Conversion and Logistics Management.

It also includes the crucial components of coordination and collaboration with channel partners, which can be suppliers, intermediaries, third-party service providers, and customers.

In essence, supply chain management integrates supply and demand management within and across companies (The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals).
LECTURER Mr. Noam Sarfati
CLASS DAYS Tuesday and ....... CLASS HOURS 08:30 - ??:??
ROOM ????
CONTACT INFO nsarfati@ashesi.edu.gh
ROOM #220
OFFICE HOURS TBD
Noam Sarfati
About the Course!
Operations Management

•• Course Overview
• Introduction to Logistics and Supply Chain
The Path of the Logistician
 Professionalism
 Integrity
SCOR Model
Logistics terms and building blocks
 What is “Logistical Management”, or “logistics”?
 Trends in Logistics Costs and Performance Analyzing.
ERP – Enterprise Resource Planning
 Scope and modules
 SCM, CRM, SRM, MRP, WMS
Course Contents
Strategic Procurement

Make or Buy Procurement Life Cycle
Contract Administration
Contract Closeout
Financial Aspects
TCO
Type of logistics costs (direct, indirect, alternative, etc.')
Logistics financial measures (ROI, ROAE, ROTA, etc.')
Practical Models
Inventory Control

Introduction
Types and Reasons for Inventory.
Inventory Policy Analysis
Forecasting
Economic Order Quantity (EOQ) model
Stocktaking
Continues Counting
Practical Models
Pareto Analysis
ABC
FIFO / LIFO
Transportation and Warehousing

• Transportation in the Supply Chain
Transport Economics and Incoterms
Transportation Cost Concepts

• Warehouse Management
Warehouse Planning
Warehouse Management Processes
Reverse Logistics and Lean Logistics

•Reverse Logistics
Introduction
Processes
Strategy
Managerial Aspects
Green Logistics

•Lean Logistics
Introduction and principals
Corporate culture
The 7 Wastes
Kaizen
SMED
5 Whys
A3
Muda and Spaghetti
5S
Risk Assessment and Control
Introduction
Importance
Modeling
Project Monitoring

Understanding Project Management
Introduction
Building Blocks
Project Net
The Critical Path
Grading!
Course Grading
1. 30% - Final Test
2. 20% - Mid Semester Test
3. 20% - Project
4. 20% - Class assignments
5. 10% - Participation
Final Test

The three sectioned, 90 minutes long, Final Test will be covering both practical and theoretical aspects that were taught and practiced throughout the semester. The test will include:

1. Short questions (
knowledge
)
2.Open questions (
understanding
)
3.Calculative questions (
implementation
)
Mid Semester Test

The 45 min test will cover important issues that were taught and practiced in class. The test will include:

1.
Multiple choice questions

2.
1-2 calculative questions
Project

Each group of 4-5 students will choose a subject at the beginning of the semester and will write a short dissertation about it (12-15 pgs.) throughout the semester. The project will also be presented in class by the end of the semester:

1. Innovative Supply Chain

2. Lean Logistics

3. Risk Assessment and Control

4. Early Start to Late End – Project Monitoring

5. Social Responsibility in SCM

6. Balanced Scoreboard

7. SCOR measurements

8. Case Study
Class Assignments
5 assignments will be given throughout the semester and will include calculative practice and essay reading.
nsarfati@ashesi.edu.gh
The Project!
Participation

Participation means class attendance, proactive participation in class' discussions, handing complete assignment on time and maintaining the project timeline.
Room #220, Monday 10:30-11:30
Course Literature
Online Database
Social Networks
Professional Websites
http://supply-chain.org/about
http://www.ism.ws/
http://www.sap.com/Supply_Chain_Management
The Outstanding Logistician
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The Path of the Logistician
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The Path of the Logistician
Become a professional Logistician
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Network now!
Become a professional Logistician
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7. Cross over functionally

8. Expand your experience

9. Find a guide

10. Specialize
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4. Be customer centric

5. Collaborate

6. Hone your communications
skills
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1. Look out for #1

2. Be strategic

3. Work in step with you
company’s goals
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Zeal,
the second and complementary stage, is one swiftness way of approaching to ones work; one’s speedy consummation and alacrity.
The Path of the Logistician
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Vigilance,
the first step, is the way to exercise caution , to act in deliberate and to watch over our actions. It is the basic first step to determine whether our actions are proper and comply with the organization’s objectives.
The Path of the Logistician
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Amateurs talk tactics; professionals talk logistics.

Merchandise moves seamlessly and speedily between continents these days, and logisticians are the unsung heroes of global commerce.
The Outstanding Logistician
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The Company had always focused on improving sales, constantly reducing costs, adopting effective distribution and logistics management systems and using innovative information technology (IT) tools.
Walmart Case Study
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Logistics management is that part of supply chain management that plans, implements, and controls the efficient and effective forward and reverse flow and storage of goods, services and related information between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order to meet customers' satisfaction.
What is Logistics Management?
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Logistics and the Supply Chain
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Supply chain management (SCM) is the management of a network of interconnected businesses involved in the ultimate provision of product and service packages required by end customers.
Logistics and the Supply Chain
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“Ghana placed 142nd out of 150 countries surveyed in the 2010 World Bank's Logistics Performance Index Timeliness Survey. “

“This means that so much time is spent in moving products across the country and to its borders. ”

* “Ghana's Logistics Performance Poor”; Modern Ghana, 08 June 2011

http://www.modernghana.com/news/333128/1/ghanas-logistics-performance-poor.html
Introduction
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Integrity,
the third part of the triangular, means that the compatibility of the professional practice, as described by the first two steps, should be under consideration with the basic values of its societal envelope, particularly by principle of democracy: human dignity, justice and fairness.
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Continuous Learning is learning how to learn.

Continuous Learning means growth through learning events and experiences.

CL involves developing skills in reflection, which is the ability to continually inquire and think about experience to draw conclusions and insights.
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The planning, execution, and control of the movement and placement of goods, people, and the related supporting activities, all within a system designed to achieve specific objectives.
What is Logistics?
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The Path of the Logistician
Let's Play
A Roll Playing Game!
Course Objectives

At the end of this course the student will be able to:

•Have sufficient knowledge and skills to begin or to continue his or hers professional career as a Logistician in Operations.

•Have the skills and knowledge, sufficient enough to discuss these topics at high level with other interested colleagues, managers and top executives.

•Understand Supply Chain Management of goods and services and its scope, identify its critical issues, define its players (companies, firms, suppliers, distributors, etc') and understand their roll.

•Understand and identify the physical, information and financial flow within the Supply Chain.

•First-hand experience – field trips and guest lecturers.
Course Schedule
The Ashesi Way
Behavior and
Code of Honor
Formalities...
Introduction
Supply Chain Management encompasses the Planning and Management of all activities involved in Sourcing, Procurement, Conversion and Logistics Management. It also includes the crucial components of coordination and collaboration with channel partners, which can be suppliers, intermediaries, third-party service providers, and customers. In essence, supply chain management integrates supply and demand management within and across companies
(The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals)
.
The class will meet twice a week where one meeting will be dedicated to discussion of the last class. The format of the main lesson will include frontal lectures combined with class discussions and small assignments to encourage their understanding and capacity building as future logisticians. The students will also be required to do home assignments based on what was learnt in class
.
Course Format
Course Policy and Learning Goals
Critical Thinking and Quantitative Reasoning: The students will apply critical thinking and quantitative reasoning to address common and real life business problems. Students will also be given business cases to analyze using practical models taught in class, via discussions. There will also be assignments that will require students presenting analytical papers and reviews of academic articles and papers.
Communication: Students will present written assignments and also deliver final project all of which are supposed to help develop their communication skills.
Leadership and Teamwork: The students will sometimes work in teams to analyze and present answers on business cases. They will also work in teams to research and present a business subject from the Supply Chain environment as their Final team project assignment.
Curious and Skilled: Analysis of business cases, review of academic articles and the final team projects are designed to build students skills in analyzing industries and businesses and crafting of a competitive/business strategy.
Technologically Competent: Students will use E-database and the Internet in preparing and presenting assignment. MS Word and MS Excel will be their main tools.
Ethics and Civic Engagement: An Ashesi student is an ethical, responsible and engaged member of his/her community. A module calls "The Path of the Logistician" will be dedicated to Professional and Personal Ethics. The students are expected to behave in a civic and professional manner during class trips and visits of guest speakers.
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