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Transcript of Global Logisitics
Corporate Strategy Logistics Basics Logistics
Information Systems Logistics Future
Sustainability Ehsan Sabet Senior Lecturer in Operations and Strategy
Nottingham Business School
Nottingham Trent University
+44 (0)115 - 8484804 Logistics
SC Having the right item,
at the right place,
at the right time “Strategy is the direction and scope of an organization over the long term, which achieves advantage in a changing environment through its configuration of resources and competences with the aim of fulfilling stakeholder expectations.” (Johnson, 2008) Integration Level Supply Chain network … R&D Strategy HR Strategy Logistics / Inventory strategy Technology Choice Capacity Location Investment Level Strategic Operations
decisions Strategic Groups The Macro-Environment Industry (or Sector) Industry (or Sector) Strategic Groups Competitors Competitors Strategic Groups Strategic Groups Generic Strategy (Porter, 1980) ? - Understanding the customers' value
- Your resources and capabilities Slack, Chambers, Johnston, 2010, Operations Management, 6th ed. London, Prentice Hall Slack, Chambers, Johnston, 2010, Operations Management, 6th ed. London, Prentice Hall Adapted from: Waster, D., 2006, Global Logistics, 5th ed. London, Kogan Page Ltd. Christopher, M., 2011, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, FT Prentice Hall. Reading: Please read chapter 2 and 3: Waster, D., 2006, Global Logistics, 5th ed. London, Kogan Page Ltd. You can read the ebook though the library’s website: http://ntu-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/primo_library/libweb/action/display.do?tabs=detailsTab&ct=display&fn=search&doc=NTU_LMS_DS000481220&indx=5&recIds=NTU_LMS_DS000481220&recIdxs=4&elementId=4&renderMode=poppedOut&displayMode=full&frbrVersion=2&dscnt=0&fctN=facet_rtype&fctN=facet_tlevel&rfnGrp=1&rfnGrp=show_only&fctV=books&fctV=online_resources&tab=local&dstmp=1351683975689&mode=Basic&rfnGrpCounter=1&vl(freeText0)=logistics&vid=NTU_VU4 Image courtesy of: http://maer1.wordpress.com/author/maer1/ Reverse Logistics Logistics and Distribution Channel, as a major part of an organization's resource, heavily impacts the company's strategic positioning. 1- Sourcing
3- Physical Distribution
4- Information Management The 4 Basic Elements of Logistics Logistics
Planning Speed, Quality, Dependability, Flexibility and Cost
(deserts, mountains, bodies of water etc.)
Nature of Product
What aspects of your product must be considered when preparing a logistics plan? Key Issues for Logistics Planning How Variety and Variation in Demand affect logistics of goods How information technology and innovation solve the problem? So, Sharing and exploiting Information is the key to agile and efficient logistics Electronic Point of Sales (EPOS)
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
Efficient Customer Response (ECR)
Radio Frequency Identification (RFDI) http://www.explania.com/en/channels/technology/detail/what-is-rfid Logistics and E-Commerce