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Global supply chain management
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Slide 1Günter Prockl
HAI GSCM
 A Quickand incomplete” look on the key issues and learning points of the course
Contemporary Issues in SCMGP 27.05.2014Slide 2Günter Prockl
HAI GSCM
Key learning points: Session 1: Introduction to logistics and supply chain management
Content:
 An introduction to the courseThe evolution of logistics and scmKey logistics activities and componentsThe grand purpose of supply chain management
Main issues:
 An overview of the courseSystem/flow/networkthinkingin logisticsandscmFootprintsofmodern logistics
Contemporary Issues in SCM
Literature:
Hesse, Markus and Rodrigue, Jean-Paul (2004): The transport geography of logistics and freight distribution, Journal of Transport Geography, Vol. 12, pp. 171-184.
Kopczak, L. R. and Johnson, M. Eric (2003): The Supply-Chain management effect. MIT Sloan Management Review, Vol. 44, No. 3, pp. 27-34.
Bowersox, Donald (2007): SCM: The past is prologue, in: CSCMP's Supply Chain Quarterly, 2/2007, pp. 1-7
Some broad questions that address the main issues:
QWhat is Logistics?QWhat is SCM?
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Slide 3Günter Prockl
HAI GSCM
Key learning points: Session 2: The global context of logistics and supply chain management
Content:
Globalization, international trade and logisticsThe logistics/scmof cross-border product movementThe global environment of logistics and scmGlobal logistics and scmapplications
Main issues:
Steps, actors and institutions involved in the global supply chain process
Mapping
PurposeandScopeof Incoterms
Contemporary Issues in SCM
Literature:
Bowersox, D. J. and Calantone, R. J. (1998): Global logistics. Journal of International Marketing, Vol. 6, No. 4, pp. 83-93.
De Koster, R. and Shinohara, M. (2006): Supply chain culture clashes in Europe. Pitfalls in Japanese service operations. Supply Chain Forum: International Journal, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 60-68.
Some broad questions that address the main issues:
QWhatarecomplicationsandrelevant considerationsin theglobal contextofsupplychainmanagementQWhatareelementsoftheglobal environment
Case -Flowers B.V.
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Slide 4Günter Prockl
HAI GSCM
Key learning points: Session 3: Integration, collaboration and SCM
Content:
Organization, coordination and integration issues in the global supply chainIntra/inter-organizational relationshipsSupply chain collaboration methods and initiatives
Main issues:
 A typical example of supply chain coordination and integration problems
The importance of relationships and information exchange
Demand distortion and the Bullwhip effect
Essentials of a partnership
Contemporary Issues in SCM
Literature:
 Ackerman, Ken B. and Bodegraven, Art Van (2007): Relationships for supply chain success. Supply Chain Quarterly, Q4, 2007.
Lambert, D. M. & Knemeyer, M. A. (2004): We’re in this together. Harvard Business Review, Dec. 2004, pp. 114-122.
Boyson, S., Corsi, T., Dresner, M. and Harrington, L. (2004): Global Supply Chain Management Style depends on company size and scale. World Trade, Vol. 20, Iss.10 pp. 32 –36
Some broad questions that address the main issues:
QWhat are the typical problems that arise in supply chains?QWhat are the causes of these problems?QWhat coordination initiatives can be employed in order to solve these problems?
CASE -A pain in the (supply) chain
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Slide 5Günter Prockl
HAI GSCM
Key learning points: Session 6 Production planning and design
Content:
Milestonesin OperationsManagement HistoryBasic Layout decisionsBasic productionsystemsesp. Lean Management
Main issues:
Changingcontextof manufacturingLogistics thinkingin a productionenvironmentFlowsandsystemsLean Management anditsprinciplesandpillars
Contemporary Issues in SCM
Literature:
Drucker, P. E. (1990): The emerging theory of manufacturing. Harvard Business Review, Vol. 68 No.3, pp.94-102.
Spear, S., Bowen, H. K. (1999): Decoding the DNA of the Toyota production system. Harvard Business Review, Vol. 77, No. 5.
Lee, Hau(2004): The Triple-A Supply Chain. Harvard Business Review, Vol. 82, No. 10, pp. 102-112.
Levy, D. L. (1997): Lean Production in an International Supply Chain. Sloan Management Review, Vol. 38, No. 2, pp. 94-102.
Some broad questions that address the main issues:
QWhat are the main ways of organizing production? QWhat is Lean management? How is production organized under Lean principles and pillars?QWhat are the differences -e.g. in the context -of Taylor, Ford, Lean, and agile manufacturing?
Hands on: The ship game illustrating operational systems
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Slide 6Günter Prockl
HAI GSCM
Key learning points: Session 7 Supply planning and design
Content:
Sourcing, Outsourcing, OffshoringSupplier SelectionSupplier Relationships
Main issues:
Scope and general reasons for de-velopmentof outsourcing/offshoringModels and Frameworks supporting argumentations for/contra outsourcingProcurement process and its key elements and challengesProblem of supplier selection and the concept of total unit costsDifferent types of supplier relationships and their developmentTerminology Sourcing, Purchasing, procurement
Contemporary Issues in SCM
Literature:
Kraljik, P. (1983): Purchasing must become supply management. Harvard Business Review, Vol. 61, No. 5, pp. 109-117.
Trent, R. & Monczka, M. (2005):  Achieving excellence in global sourcing. MIT Sloan Management Review, Vol. 47, No. 1, pp. 24-32.
Some broad questions that address the main issues:
QWhy do companies outsource and go offshore and what is the difference?QWhat are the key components of a procurement process?QWhat criteria may be used to select suppliers and different types of supplier relationships?
Case: Gauging total cost: on Total unit cost and supplier selection
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