The objective of this course is to introduce some upto date concepts in supply chain management. At the end of the class the student will be able to understand and manipulate some new concepts in SCM and strengthen the previously acquired knowledge in the domain.
Lectures : New Topics in supply chain management
This course will cover some of the last decade's techniques in supply chain management.
Some selected issues are listed below :
New methods in logistic techniques (example : crossdocking)
Advances in production control (example : lean manufacturing, synchronous flows)
Environmental issues in logistics (example : risk management, reverse logistics)
Several industrial case studies.
An introductory production planning and inventory control course and an introductory operations research course are required.
The lectures as well as some reading assignements and class presentations are in English. A good level in listening, reading and conversation in english is recommended.
Written reports and class presentations
50% Case (MTO/MTS) 25% Case (Time Tabling) 25% Case (Line feeding)
The exam is given in english only
The course exists in the following branches:
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Curriculum - Engineer student Master SCM - Semester 9 (this course is given in english only )
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P. Myerson, Lean Supply Chain and Logistics Management, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 2013. DJ Bowersox, DJ Closs, MB Cooper, Supply chain logistics management, McGraw-Hill International Editions, 2002. D Simchi-Levi, E Simchi-Levi, P Kaminsky, Designing and managing the supply chain: Concepts, strategies, and cases, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1999.
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