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Supply Chain Management I Syllabus


Lecture # Subject Title
Lecture Faculty: David Closs, PhD
Facilitating Faculty: David Frayer, PhD
Week 1: Applied Supply Chain Management
1 What is Supply Chain Management
2 The Importance of Supply Chain Management
3 Matching Supply Chains with Products
4 Supply Chain Value Adds
Week 2 Views of Supply Chain Management
5 Ways to View Supply Chain Management
6 Interview: Integrated Supply Chain Management
7 What is a Process?
8 Innovation
9 Theory of Constraints
10 Supply Chain Information Technology
Week 3: Customer Service and Channels
11 Customer Service
12 Customer Satisfaction
13 Channels of Distribution
14 Service
Week 4: Business Models and Sourcing
15 Anticipatory to Response-Based Business Models
16 Purchasing vs. Procurement
17 Procurement Strategies
18 Building Deep Supplier Relationships
Week 5: Manufacturing and Integrated Planning
19 Manufacturing Strategy Part I
20 Manufacturing Strategy Part II
21 Flexibility
22 Total Integrated Planning
23 Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) Part I
24 Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) Part II
Week 6: Forecasting and Woodmere Case
25 Forecasting
26 Collaborative Planning, Forecasting & Replenishment (CPFR)
27 Woodmere Introduction
28 Woodmere Solution
Week 7: Advanced Planning and Scheduling (APS)
29 APS: Concepts and Framework
30 APS: Demonstration
31 APS: Challenges and Benefits
32 APS: Demand and Supply Planning
33 APS: Using Software and Planning Charts
34 APS: Six Components
Week 8: Supply Chain Globalization
35 Supply Chain Globalization: Rationale and Key Strategies
36 Supply Chain Globalization: Requirements and Challenges
37 Supply Chain Globalization: Operational Differences
38 Supply Chain Globalization: Potential Hidden Costs
39 Supply Chain Globalization: Total Cost Strategy