1 Sílabo del curso Global Supply Chain Agosto diciembre 2013 VII Ciclo Lecturer Ing. Fernando Casafranca
2 I. General data about the course Title: Global Supply Chain Code : Requisite Investigación de operaciones Semester: : Credits : 3 Ciclo : VII Lecturer : Ing Fernando Casafranca II. Course Summary This course explores the key issues associated with the design and management of Global Supply Chains (GSC). GSC are concerned with the efficient integration of Global suppliers, factories, warehouses and stores so that products are distributed to customers in the right quantity and at the right time. One of the primary objectives of SC management is to minimize the total supply chain cost subject to various service requirements. This course requires the student to assess the role of the organization in a Supply Chain and the evolution into a Global Supply Chain and how to allocate resources to optimize the organization's role and performance in a Global Supply Chain. Topics include conducting an extensive review of the principles of Supply Chain, then evolving into the foundations of Global Supply Chain (GSCM), Optimization of the GSCM Efficiency and Global Supply Chain Redesign. III. Course Objectives The objective of Global Supply Chain is to develop the following competencies where the student will be capable of: Analyze the components of the supply chain. Explain the multiple roles of stakeholders in the supply chain Identify domestic and global best practices in supply chain management. Assess existing supply chain management practices. Evaluate supply chain operating efficiency. Evaluate the effect of inventory errors on company profits. Identify opportunities for improving operating efficiency. Develop a plan that aligns capacity with demand. Design a supply chain justified by a cost-benefit analysis. Develop metrics to assess the redesign of the supply chain process. IV. Learning Goals Competence Implements, and leads the integration of the supply chain, contributing to the achievement of strategic business objectives. Capacity Identify the elements of a Global supply chain and the roll and interaction of the organization within the global context. Efficiently applies concepts and management tools for making decision in the organization. Proposes models and strategies for effective integration of the logistics network, akin to improve the competitiveness of the company. Develops and evaluates logistics projects and develops indicators of control, considering its impact on the organization Aptitudes Integrity (ethics) Ecology and conservation Leadership Innovation and entrepreneurship.
3 V. Methodology During the development of the Global Supply Chain, course sessions are scheduled for presentation and discussion of theoretical aspects with the evaluation of practical tools. Learning Teams Activities ESAN students are expected to work effectively in diverse groups and teams to achieve tasks. They must collaborate and function well in team settings as both leaders and followers. They should respect human diversity and behave in a tolerant manner toward colleagues and peers. Several of the assignments in this class will be completed in Learning Teams of three to five students. If you experience difficulties working with your team, you are expected to resolve them within the team if possible. However, please feel free to contact me for guidance if you have concerns in this area. Learning Teams should provide a brief summary of any communication held outside the classroom. If you have any questions, please contact me. VI. Evaluation system The evaluation system is comprehensive and continuous; it is subdivided as follows: Permanent evaluation (40%), mid-term exam (25%) and final exam (25%). The permanent evaluation is broken down into the following: PERMANENT EVALUATION (PEP) 40% Type of evaluation Description Weight Written Quizzes 4 written quizzes 20 Written test Other: cases,, etc. 3 WT the lowest score will be eliminated Practical Assignment Assigment homework 30 The final grade will be determined based on the following formula: PF = (0,30 x EP) + (0,40 x PEP) + (0,30 x EF) Where: FG ME PEP FE = Final Grade = Midterm Exam = Permanent Evaluation = Final Exam
4 VII. Detailed Program SEMANA CONTENIDOS ACTIVIDADES / EVALUACIÓN 1 Del 21 al 27 de agosto Class logistics, Team assignments, case studies and grading Supply Chain Basics Logistics and SCM 2 Del 28 de agosto al 03 de 3 Del 04 al 10 de 4 Del 11 al 17 de 5 Del 18 al 24 de 6 Del 25 de al 01 de Strategic Analysis and Planning of SCM. The Supply Chain Performance and it Strategic Fit. Introduction to Global Supply Chain GSCM IT and processes to support the supply chain. The four drivers of Supply Chain Supply chain logistics and new trends. Demand Forecast. Supply and Demand in GSCM Balanced Supply in GSCM Balanced Supply tools Warehouse and Inventory Stakeholders in Supply Chain Roles of Stakeholders in the Global supply chain Case Study # 1 7 Del 02 al 08 de 8 Del 09 al 11 de 8 y 9 Del 13 al 18 de 9 Del 20 al Del 23 de 29 Students Presentations Students Presentations Presentations Presentations EXÁMENES PARCIALES GSCM efficiency optimization Global Supply Chain efficiency Best management practices in GSCM Evaluate the effect of inventory errors on company profits Identify opportunities for improving operating efficiency. Case study # 2
5 11 Del 30 de al 05 de noviembre 12 Del 06 al 12 de noviembre Identify the impact of finance to changes in the supply chain Best management practices in GSCM Evaluate supply chain operating efficiency Analyze ethical practices among supply chain stakeholders. 13 Del 13 al 19 de noviembre 14 Supply Chain Re-design, Reverse Suplly Chain Global Supply Chain reengineering Case study # 3 Presentations Del 20 al 26 de noviembre 15 Del 27 noviembre al 03 de diciembre 16 Del 05 al 12 de diciembre Students presentations The SCOR model Global Issues in the Supply Chain. Transportation in the Supply Chain Logistics in Global Supply Chain EXÁMENES FINALES
6 VIII. Bibliography Bibliografía obligatoria --World Class Supply Chain, seventh edition, David N Burt; published by McGraw Inc. - Supply Chain : Strategy, Planning and Operation. By Sunil Chopra and Peter Meindl. Fourth edition published by Prentice-Hall, Inc. Bibliografía complementaria Textbooks for other Supply Chain cores: -Logìstica Administración de la Cadena de Suministro Quinta Edición Ronald H. Ballou, Pearson Prentice Hall - Introduction to the Supply Chain USA. Pretince-Hall, Inc - Designing and Managing the Supply Chain. Simchi-Levi and Kaminsky - Matching supply with demand. By G erard Cachon and Christian Terwiesch. 1. edition published by McGraw-Hill, International Business: competing in the Global Market Place, fifth edition Charles WL Hill, Publisher the McGraw Hill Inc. Supplementary books reading: Very similar to our textbook but more qualitative: - Como mejorar la Supply Chain, Joseph Riverola, Ediciones Deusto, La reducción del Tiempo en la Supply Chain, Joseph Riverola, Ediciones Deusto, Global and Transnational Business: Strategy &, second edition, George Stonehouse,Publisher John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Business Logistics. By Ronald H. Ballou. Published by Prentice-Hall, Inc., Inventory and Production Planning and Scheduling. By Edward Silver, David Pyke & Rein Peterson. 3. edition published by John Wiley & Sons, PLEASE NOTE: Internet searches will often take you to non-academic information resources such as Wikipedia.com, Ask.com, Encarta.msn.com, Infoplease.com, etc. You may supplement your research with these sources, but keep in mind that the information you find there may not be accurate, since it does not come under a formal oversight or peer-review process. While you may use and cite non-academic resources such as Wikipedia when working on assignments, you may not rely on them exclusively. The majority of your sources should be peer-reviewed academic journals. Further, remember that you are responsible for the accuracy of any facts you present in your assignments and therefore should confirm the veracity of information you find on non-academic sources through further research. IX. Lecturer Name: Ing. Fernando Casafranca University Personal Phone number: Cell: Facilitator Availability Faculty is available via anytime or in an emergency via telephone between 6 PM and 9PM from Mondays to Fridays. Please be mindful that I reserve the weekends for my family
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