International Operational and Supply Chain Management
Гаврилюк Юрий Сергеевич
- to provide students with the basic understanding of contemporary supply chain organization on local and international levels
- to introduce students to existing operational management practices and supply chain strategies
- to train students to identify operations optimization opportunities within one or multiple supply chains
- to support students in development of practical operational management solutions targeted on supply chain optimization
- to develop modelling and analysis tools and approaches to be implemented further on by students in their practical managerial activities
- be able to define optimal supply chain setup in variety of surrounding environmental conditions
- be able to develop warehousing solutions to support specific logistics flows
- be able to manage the creation and maintenance of operational information system
- obtain skills in stock management
- Supply chain organization and logistics flowsDifferentiation between Supply chain and traditional logistics. Role of Supply chain function in organization. Vertically integrated and international supply chains. Supply chain nodes connectivity. Multi-modal logistics and supply chains. Logistic flows: central stock and cross-docking. Break-bulk cross-docking. Role and function of specific logistic flow in a supply chain. Optimal selection of logistics flow depending on supply chain.
- Stock managementModern stock management concepts. Role of stock management strategy for the organization. Just-in-time stock management policies. Risks and opportunities connected with stock management strategy. Automated stock management and stock replenishment systems. Stock behavior in supply chains. Bullwhip effect and imperfect supply environments. Stock management and supply\demand forecasting within the organization. Stock management in international environment & supply chain internationalization risks for efficient stock management.
- Warehousing and transport logistics solutionsDeep insight into modern warehousing solutions. Standard warehouse building practices. Real estate market in logistics. Warehouse operational layout design. Build-to-suit practices in modern warehousing. Racking and storage solutions. Warehouse equipment and automation. Warehouse IT infrastructure. Planning warehouse layout and resources based on selected logistics flow. Organization of Transport management function within the organization. Modern transport management systems. International and multi-modal transportation. Role of regulations and limitations in transport. Logistics service providers (3PL and 4PL) and their role in modern supply chains. Linking warehouse and transport solutions with supply chain goals and strategy
- Standard operational proceduresRole of Standard operational procedure in supply chain operations and operational management. Adoption standard operational procedure for shop-floor. Training for shop-floor personnel. Revision and validation of procedures. Informational system for operational management. Complex risk management systems and operational standards (i.e. HACCP quality management standard).
- Productivity analysis and operational KPIsSupply chain and operational management key performance indicators. Supply chain scorecards in inter-company communication. Shared KPI systems in modern supply chains. Definition of operational KPIs for efficient supply chain organization. Conflict of interest between supply chain actors. Balancing operational KPIs. Usage of KPI system for personnel motivation and bonus schemes. KPI monitoring function in organizations. Reporting system creation. Tracking KPIs through warehouse management systems. Taking managerial decisions based on reporting and KPI data.
- Added value services and 3rd parties integration in supply chainsAdded value services in supply chains. Selection of optimal nodes for added value services. Copacking and labelling as a basic examples of added value service. Added value service importance for internationalized supply chains. Outsourcing in modern supply chains and operational management. Common practices of activities outsourcing. Outsourcing of services. Outsourcing of core operations. Risks and opportunities of outsourcing. Efficient control over outsourced activities. Integration of outsourced activities into managerial and operational procedures.
- Supplier-customer collaborationBuilding efficient supplier-customer collaboration within supply chains. Exploitation vs. collaboration. Building long-term supply chain collaboration with counterparts. Synergies of collaboration between different supply chain nodes. Joint stock planning and vendor managed inventory practices. Counterparts as supply chain service providers. Supply chain management by dominant market supplier. International collaboration within the supply chain.
- Integral supply chain solutions development and implementationDesigning balanced supply chain solution. Decision trees modeling and measures total effect estimation throughout supply chain. Design feasibility and integrity checks. Supply chain solution implementation aspects in national and international environment.
- Final business solution presentation
- Classroom participation
- Individual and group tasks fulfillment
- Analysis of another team’s group task
- Interim assessment (2 module)0.2 * Analysis of another team’s group task + 0.1 * Classroom participation + 0.2 * Final business solution presentation + 0.5 * Individual and group tasks fulfillment
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