Logistics & SCM

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I. Background

  • Logistics  and  Logistical  Management:  Military  origin/  basic  concept  / definitions/ scope/ importancein current competitive environment
  • Evolution of Logistics & Supply Chain Management
  • Topicstobecoveredatconceptlevel:Operating Objectives of Logistics/LogisticalPerformance Cycles/InboundLogistics/Manufacturing support Logistics/Outbound Logistics/CustomerOrderCycle/Lead-time/Logistical interfaces/ Logistical mission/ CompetitiveAdvantages/ 3 C’s/ Logistical competency/OutsourcingLogisticalActivities/3rdand4th  partyLogistics/ Integrated logistics/Logistical Planning&Strategy

LECTURE 1

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LECTURE 3

Supply Chain Management

Basic concept /definitions/scope/Comparison between Logistics and SCM/Global Supply Chain scenario and importance/Conventional Supply chains/ Supply  chain  participants/  channel  agencies/  Relationship  Management,concept of extended enterprises/ Bull-whip effect.

LECTURE 4

LECTURE 5

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PMM Slides

Organization structure

  • Basic concept/definitions/scope/objectivesandimportance
  • BarriersIn FormingEffectiveOrganization, improvingeffectiveness
  • Stagesinevolutionoflogisticalorganization,withemphasisonmodemflat organization

CustomerService

  • Definition / Scope/ Objectives/Importance
  • ElementsofCustomer Service. Seven Rights
  • Customer ServiceAudit.Customer ServiceStrategy

DemandForecasting

  • Definition/ PurposeofForecasting/ NatureofDemands/ Forecasting
  • Components/ Approachesto forecasting/ Qualitative&Quantitative
  • Forecasting  Techniques  &  their  applicability,  Time  series  analysis  with numerical examples,

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Order Processing:

  • IntegratedSystem/CustomerOrderCycle/ElectronicDataInterchange & its Advantages

Transportation:

  • Definition/Principles/Role/Functions/Importance
  • Different ModesofTransportation Road,rail, water, air, pipelinesropeways
  • Advantages    &    Disadvantages    of    individual    modes/Inter-Modal Transportation/  Factors  to  be  considered  for  Mode  &  Carrier  Selection  / Modal characteristics&Classification
  • Total Transportation Cost/Factors influencing Transport Cost/Transport Infrastructure

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Warehousing

  • Definition/Principles/Role/Functions/Importance
  • Warehouses/Distribution     Centers     /     Warehousing    /     Need     For Warehousing/Economic/Service benefits
  • Types Of Warehouses-Their Advantages & Disadvantages/Warehousing Location/Area Of Warehouse/Number of warehouses/Warehousing Operations/Factors Affecting Warehousing Cost/Warehouse Layout/design principles.

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Materials Handling System

  • Definition/Principles/ Role/ Functions/ Importance
  • ActivitiesCovered/FunctionsPerformedDuring MaterialsHandling / MaterialHandling Equipmentwithselectioncriteria/Materialhandling methods/ M. H. System Design- Objectives&Principles.

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Packaging

  • Definition/Principles/ Role/ Functions/ Importance
  • Unitizing(Concept ofunit-load) &palletizing/ kitting
  • LogisticalFunctionsofpackaging/Objectives&BenefitsofPackaging/Consumer SLogistical Packaging/ FactorsInfluencingGood PackageDesign

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Inventory Management

  • Inventory: Definition/Principles/ Rote/ Functions/ Importance/ PurposeofInventoryHolding/ Typesof Inventories/ Inventoryand profitability/Impact of Inventoryon total logisticalcost
  • InventoryManagement:Objectives/ Importance/ SymptomsofPoorInventoryManagement/ Improvingeffectivenessof InventoryManagement/ Inventoryturnover/ServiceLevels EconomicOrder Quantity/EconomicBatch Quantity/ Assumptions& Its Limitations/ReOrder level/ SafetyStock with numericalexamples. InventoryControl: InventoryrankingmethodsandQuadrantTechnique Selectivetechniquesof InventoryControl: Inventorycontrolmethods: (Pull/push models)Traditional methods: ‘Q’ MODEL&‘P’ MODEL, two bin system, fair-shareallocation model, MRPI/ MRPII Modem methods:kanbanasatool ofJIT, Vendor managed inventory(JITII, responsebasedtechniques-QR, CR, and AR). DRP, ERP

Inventory Valuation

Information System

  • Definition/Principles/Rote/Functions/Importance
  • Management Information System: Elementsof LIS/ Advantagesof

Computerization of Information/ Importanceof Information system/ Internal

&external Information System / Functionality(ISoperations)/Automated

Order ProcessingSystem, RFID, EDI/ Satellitetrackingsystem

(i) Performance Measurement

  • Definition/Principles/Rote/Functions/Importance/Objectives
  • Activitybased/processbased/ Internal/External PerformanceMeasurement
  • Classificationof performancemeasures
  • PerformanceAuditing/Perfect Order/ ServiceLevels
  • Characteristicsofideal performance evaluation system

(ii) Logistics Costing: Principlesof LogisticsCosting/ ActivityBased Costing / Mission Based Costing/Total Cost Analysis/ Stepsto BeAdopted For Total Cost Approach

(iii) Logistical Networkanalysis: Concepts/ definitions/ scope/objectives/importanceNetwork options/ numberof facilities/ Milk-runs/ RORO/ LASH.

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(iv) ModemLogistics Infrastructure

  • Containerization/mechanized material handlingequipment/ Deep water ports/ ICDs&CFSnetwork/maritimelogistics/ cold chain logistics
  • Dedicated Freight Corridors/ Golden Quadrilateraland network ofhighways
  • Specialized equipment/doublestackcontainers/ unit trains
  • Logistics Parks
  • Container Corporation of India
  • PrivateLogisticsCompanies.

ReferenceBooks:

1. DonaldJ.Bowersox,DavidJ Closs,MBixbyCooper’SupplyChainLogistics

Management’,TataMcGraw-HM

2. DonaldJ.Bowersox,DavidJ clooss ‘Logtsticalmanagement’, TataMcGraw-Hill

FundamentalsofLogistics ManagementMcGraw-Hill

3. DouglasM. Lambert,JamesRStock&LisaM. EllramIrwin,’Themanagementof

Business LogisticsCoyle’, Bardi, Langley,Thomson, South–Western

4. StephenLemay, JoeB,’LogisticsDavidJ Bloomberg’, Hanna PrenticeHallofIndia

5. MMartin Christopher,”Logistics&SC”,PearsonEducation