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1.1INTRODUCTION
1.2LOGISTICS AND SCM
1.3DEVELOPMENT OF LOGISTICS
1.4THE ROLE OF LOGISTICS IN THE ECONOMY
1.5LOGISTICS AND COMPETITIVE PERFORMANCE
1.6.1Components of PDM
1.6.2 The Systems or ‘Total’ Approach to PDM
1.7SUMMARY
1.8SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS
1.9REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED FURTHER READINGS
2.1INTRODUCTION
2.2HOW DOES SCM WORK?
2.3LOGISTICS-MARKETING INTERFACE
2.4THE LOGISTICS-MANUFACTURING INTERFACE
2.5SUMMARY
2.6SELF-ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS
2.7REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED FURTHER READINGS
3.1INTRODUCTION
3.3FUNCTIONAL VS. INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS: SCM ISSUES
3.4EFFICIENT CONSUMER RESPONSE
3.5QUICK RESPONSE AND ACCURATE RESPONSE
3.6CHAIN RELATIONSHIP – WITHIN AND BEYOND THE ORGANIZATION
3.7SCM AS A CORE STRATEGIC COMPETENCY
3.8SUMMARY
3.9SELF-ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS
3.10REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED FURTHER READINGS
4.1INTRODUCTION
4.2LOGISTICS: DEFINITION
4.3 WHAT IS SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (SCM)?
4.4 DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT OF SCM
4.5.1 Suppliers to Manufacturers
4.5.2 Manufacturers to Consumers
4.6LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT
4.7 INTEGRATING LOGISTICS
4.8 PERSPECTIVES IN LOGISTICS
4.9 SUMMARY
4.10 SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS
4.11REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED FURTHER READINGS
5.1 INTRODUCTION
5.2 INTEGRATED SUPPLY CHAIN/VALUE CHAIN
5.3.2 Pull Based Supply Chain
5.3.3 Push-pull Strategy
5.4 DEMAND MANAGEMENT
5.5 INTERNET AND SCM
5.7 BULLWHIP EFFECT
5.8A NEW PERSPECTIVE TO COUNTER BULLWHIP EFFECT
5.9 DRIVERS OF SCM
5.10 SUMMARY
5.11 SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS
5.12REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED FURTHER READINGS
6.1 INTRODUCTION
6.2.1 Trends in SCM
6.2.2 Strategic Decisions
6.2.3 Strategic Supply Management Activities
6.3 SUPPLY ALLIANCES
6.4.1 Problems of Quality
6.4.2 How to Find the Qualified Supplier?
6.4.3 Quality Survey of Suppliers
6.6 SUMMARY
6.7 SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS
6.8REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED FURTHER READINGS
7.1 INTRODUCTION
7.2.1 What is WCSCM?
7.2.2 Features of World –Class Companies
7.3.1 Organizing for Global Markets
7.3.2 Stages to Global SCM
7.3.3 Supply Channels
7.4.1 Integrating Logistics
7.4.2 World Class Logistics Management (WCLM)
7.5 SUMMARY
7.6 SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS
7.7REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED FURTHER READINGS
8.1 INTRODUCTION
8.2INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY IN THE INTEGRATED SUPPLY CHAIN
8.3IMPORTANCE OF INFORMATION IN INTEGRATED BUSINESS
8.4INTER ORGANIZATIONAL INFORMATION SYSTEM
8.5INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS DETERMINATION FOR A SUPPLY CHAIN
8.8 SELF-ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS
8.9REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED FURTHER READINGS
9.1INTRODUCTION
9.2CHANGING PARADIGM OF MANUFACTURING
9.3 MATERIALS REQUIREMENT PLANNING (MRP)
9.6 DISTRIBUTION REQUIREMENT PLANNING (DRP)
9.7DISTRIBUTION RESOURCE PLANNING (DRP-II)
9.8ERP VS. SCP (SUPPLY CHAIN PLANNING)
9.9SUMMARY
9.10 SELF-ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS
9.11REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED FURTHER READINGS
10.1INTRODUCTION
10.2ROLE, ADVANTAGES AND LIMITATIONS OF SOFTWARE PACKAGES
10.3ARCHITECTURE OF ‘SAP R/3 ERP’ SOLUTION
10.4.1 BaaN IV
10.4.2 BaaN ERP
10.5SELECTING THE RIGHT ERP PACKAGE
10.6i2 TECHNOLOGY
10.7CONTRIBUTION OF THE SOFTWARE PACKAGES TO THE SCM
10.8SUMMARY
10.9 SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS
10.10REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED FURTHER READINGS
11.1INTRODUCTION
11.2COST DRIVERS
11.3ACTIVITY BASED COSTING
11.4LOGISTICS COST
11.5CUSTOMER PROFITABILITY ANALYSIS
11.6SUMMARY
11.7SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS
11.8REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED FURTHER READINGS
12.0Objectives
12.1INTRODUCTION
12.2IMPORTANCE AND ROLE OF BENCHMARKING
12.3METHODOLOGY FOR BENCHMARKING
12.9REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED FURTHER READINGS
13.1INTRODUCTION
13.2NEED FOR SUPPLY CHAIN PERFORMANCE MEASURES
13.3MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS
13.4.1Supply Chain Balanced Scorecard
13.4.3 Function Based Measurement System
13.4.4 Perspectives Based Measurement System
13.4.5Supply Chain Operations Reference Model
13.4.7 Interface Based Measurement System
13.5A COMPARISON OF MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS
13.6SELECTING MEASURES
13.7METHODS FOR SETTING PERFORMANCE TARGETS
13.8TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP
13.9SUMMARY
13.10SELF-ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS
13.11 REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED FURTHER READINGS
14.1Introduction
14.2An Illustration
14.3 TRANSPORTATION BRIEFLY
14.4WAREHOUSING
14.5TOOLS & TECHNIQUES OF REDUCING COSTS
14.6TRANSPORTATION COSTS
14.7METHOD OF SELECTION
14.8A TRANSPORTATION DECISION
14.9NUMBER & SIZE OF DEPOTS
14.10 FLEET SIZING & CONFIGURATION
14.11 ROUTING AND SCHEDULING
14.12 FUTURISTIC DIRECTION IN TRANSPORTATION
14.13 SUMMARY
14.14 SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS
14.15REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED FURTHER READINGS
15.1INTRODUCTION
15.2.1Steps in Location Planning
15.2.2 Evaluation of Location Alternatives
15.3 DISTRIBUTION PROBLEM
15.4.1Measures of Distance
15.4.2 Single Facility Location Problem
16.5.1 Extent of Involvement
16.5.2 Trends
16.5.3 Future Developments
16.6.1 Warehouse Fundamentals
16.6.2 Functions in Warehouses
16.8WAGES, EARNINGS AND HOURS OF WORK
16.9DOCUMENTATION: INSURANCE & SALES TAX
16.10 INTRODUCTION TO SALES TAX
16.11 A CASE STUDY
16.12 SUMMARY
16.13 SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS
16.14REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED FURTHER READINGS
17.1INTRODUCTION
17.2COLLABORATIVE STRATEGIES
17.3VENDOR MANAGED INVENTORY (VMI)
17.4THIRD PARTY LOGISTICS
17.5FOURTH PARTY LOGISTICS
17.6ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING
17.7INTERNET AND E-COMMERCE
17.8SUPPLY CHAIN AGENTS
17.9GREEN SUPPLY CHAIN
17.10 REVERSE LOGISTICS
17.11WORLD CLASS SUPPLY CHAIN
17.12 SUMMARY
17.13 SELF ASSESSMENT EXERCISES
17.14REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED FURTHER READINGS
18.1 INTRODUCTION
18.2FACTORS INFLUENCING SUPPLY CHAIN DESIGN DECISIONS
18.3 SUSTAINING COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
18.4GOOD BUSINESS MODEL / STRATEGY
18.5DEMAND DRIVEN SUPPLY NETWORKS (DDSN)
18.6THE SECRET TO SUPPLY CHAIN EXCELLENCE IS BALANCE
18.7 SUPPLY CHAIN DESIGN
18.8 SUPPLY CHAIN STRATEGIES
18.9 HAU LEE’S UNCERTAINTY FRAMEWORK
18.10ALLIGNING STRATEGIES, EFFICIENCY AND COST SAVINGS IN SUPPLY CHAIN
18.11 PRODUCT AND PROCESS DESIGN FOR SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
18.12 DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING
18.13 DESIGN FOR LOGISTICS
18.14SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: TRADE OFF CURVES
18.15 GREENING THE SUPPLY CHAIN
18.16 SUMMARY
18.17 SELF-ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS
18.18REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED FURTHER READINGS
19.1Introduction
19.2Supply Chain Management of Products vs. Services
19.3Financial Services Sector
19.4Hospitality
19.5Transportation
19.6Software
19.7Communication
19.8Healthcare
19.9Consultancy
19.10Education
19.11Government
19.12Retailing
19.13Summary
19.14Self Assessment Questions
19.15References and Suggested Further Reading
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