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MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE - GURGAON

Supply Chain Management


Presentation Date: As communicated in class

Group Case Presentation

Weightage: 10%
Prof. (Dr.) Manoj K Srivastava

How to Present:

PRESENTATION Content
Prepare a power point presentation related to the case, where Supply Chain Management perspective is highlighted more. Focus should be primarily about Supply Chains
Major Issues in Upstream, Internal and Downstream side Integration initiatives among members Strategic and design issues specific to industry Demand Management and Customer service dimensions Location strategy Information visibility and Sharing Performance Measurement issues Procurement and Supplier management issues Transportation and Warehouse E-initiatives together with Technology and other related issues.
These are mere guidelines, those which will help you to plan your presentation better, but as such they are not the bar on your creativity.

Each slide must clearly convey the learning from supply chain managers point of view and should not discuss mere facts mentioned in the case. Only one or two dense slides may be made to show them for the sake. Highlight more, the managerial implications from the facts. Give proper references either at the bottom of each slide or at the end of presentation.

Send your presentation immediately to the prof. at his e-mail: mks@mdi.ac.in

PRESENTATION Way
A fifteen minute presentation must be done to show coherence among team members, about the learning from the case and contribution in tandem to the questions faced. Not More than 15 slides in any case for this 15-min presentation. The purpose is to convey managerial learning from the case and this should be conveyed to the class in most effective and interesting manner. Just reading slides from screen must be strictly avoided. Though it is not compulsory, but preferred if all the group members are presenting the case in class. Videos, simulations, role plays may be incorporated to strengthen the presentation, but do not let them overshadow human cognitive ingredients.

Evaluation Scheme:
Marks are awarded as per the scheme shown below:

Presentation Content
(Critical Analysis, Managerial Implications, Innovativeness, Key learnings, mapping case with theoretical concepts taught )

: :

7 Marks 3 Marks

Presentation Way
(Group Coherence, Facing questions, class attention)

All the members of group will get same marks, other than those who are missing this presentation. There is no chance for missed presentation, so ensure your presence on the day.

AllocAted Group No., cAse ANd preseNtAtioN dAte


Jul 2012 S 1 8 M 2 9 T 3 W 4 T 5 F 6 S 7 5
6 7

Aug 2012 S M T W T 1
8

Sep 2012 F 3 S 4 S 30 2 3 4 5 6 7 M T W T F S 1 8

2
9

10 11 12 13 14

10 11

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

Group-01 20 Jul 2012

11PT1-001 11PT1-012 11PT1-039 11PT1-040 11PT1-046 11PT1-052 11PT1-002 11PT1-003 11PT1-013 11PT1-014 11PT1-026 11PT1-031 11PT1-047 11PT1-007 11PT1-027 11PT1-029 11PT1-030 11PT1-008 11PT1-018 11PT1-023 11PT1-028 11PT1-032 11PT1-034 11PT1-043 11PT1-021 11PT1-025 11PT1-035 11PT1-038 11PT1-042 11PT1-048 11PT1-051 11PT1-033 11PT1-055 11PT1-060 11PT1-086 11PT1-093 11PT1-099 11PT1-053 11PT1-068 11PT1-069 11PT1-081 11PT1-085 11PT1-089 11PT1-056 11PT1-072 11PT1-074 11PT1-077 11PT1-102 11PT1-058 11PT1-061 11PT1-063 11PT1-065 11PT1-070 11PT1-079 11PT1-096 11PT1-071 11PT1-073 11PT1-088 11PT1-091 11PT1-092 11PT1-094 11PT1-098 11PT1-075 11PT1-078 11PT1-080 11PT1-082 11PT1-083 11PT1-097 A10PT2-104

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cAse 01:

McDonalds Food Supply Chain


cAse 02:

Group-02 20 Jul 2012 Group-03 27 Jul 2012 Group-04 27 Jul 2012

Mumbai Dabbawallah
cAse 03:

11 Greatest Supply Chain Disasters


cAse 04:

Wal-Marts Supply Chain Practices


cAse 05:

Group-05 03 Aug 2012

Procter & Gamble: Using agent Based Modelling & RFID


cAse 06:

Group-06 03 Aug 2012 Group-07 17 Aug 2012 Group-08 17 Aug 2012 Group-09 24 Aug 2012

Postponement Strategies
cAse 07:

NOKIA INDIA: Battery Recall Logistics


cAse 08:

FedEx: Delivering the Goods


cAse 09:

Procurement at Microsoft
cAse 10:

Group-10 24 Aug 2012

Dominos Distribution Strategies


cAse 11:

Group-11 31 Aug 2012

Contract Manufacturing