Supply chain logistics management, J Buurman

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Content: Educational Program
Logistics year 3 2016-2017
CODE
IBLLOG03R3
ECTS
2
Year of Study
3
Block
3+4
Outline module
In today's competitive marketplace companies need to find new ways to create and deliver value. Managers start to understand
that cost reduction and improved service can go along. This course provides an in-depth understanding of logistics and the change
to Supply Chain management and customer-driven logistics.
In general students have to apply their knowledge.
Qualifications Contribution to ROM Supporting the module "import enterprise year 2 " Contribution to: 1. Intercultural intelligence @ language level 1 & 2 2. Entrepreneurship level 1 & 2 3. Import policy level 1 & 2 4. Export policy level 1 & 2 Meaning level 1 : Student is able to apply directly according to known structured methods. Student is working in a simple, known and structured environment. Student is able to collect, select and evaluate information. Working in groups are supported by supervision. Meaning level 2: Student is working is a less structured situation and has to adjust himself to changing situations. Student is working in a known, more complex and structured context. Student is working either on his own or in a team. He is working according to guidelines and procedures in a complex situation. Professional product: This module is supportive in writing a business plan, purchase- and import plan
Context / interconnection Learning Tracks This module is a part of the IBL main phase. Relation with other modules/subjects This module is supporting the export project year 3. Conditions none Objectives / outcomes
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This part will be revised based on the book Supply Chain management Describe the basic (logistics) processes within and between organizations, i.e. Logistics vs Supply Chain Management Explain the Systems Approach, i.e. the relation between inventory, transportation and warehousing/production (with help of a presentation) Describe the function of Operations in an organization Explain the basic principles of inventory management (EOQ, ABC re-order point and turnover) and apply these with help of basic calculations and use of MS Excel Figure out the key customer trends and business drivers Describe the basic organizational structure of logistics with help of an organizational flow chart Illustrate transportation considerations in international distribution Identify the documentation as well as terms of sale and methods of payment for international shipments Explain the relation between marketing and logistics Explain the concept of customer service and Customer Service Levels and performance measurement Compare the different transportation modes by explaining the differences with help of a table Explain the principles of packaging and handling Explain the basic activities in warehousing with help of a basic process flow Explain the influence of logistics on the Financial Performance of an organization with help of the Strategic Profit Model
Assessment Test Criteria: Examination XXXXX
assessment methods Description Details on Format Individual/Group Weighting Aids Grading Scale of Result Resit Details Review / feedback Special Conditions Minimum Requirements Compensation Period of validity Attendance Programming Instruction Method(s) Facilities/ classroom Contact Hours per Week
Written (exam) Logistics I block 3 Exam
Written (exam) Logistics II block 4 Exam
"Exam method ­ open questions" Individual 100 % ...
"Exam method ­ open questions" Individual 100 % ...
Scale of 1-10 Resit Exam Week In Exam Review Session
Scale of 1-10 Resit Exam Week In Exam Review Session
5.5 None As Per OER
5.5 None As Per OER
As the classes are practical, students must attend 80% of classes.
Central lecture and workshop style Room with computer/beamer facilities 2
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Content and planning of lectures and exams/assessments
Blck Wk Week 1 Week 2. Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 1 Week 2. Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8
Sst (hrs)
Cont. Hours 2
Instruction Methods / Exams Central lecture
group size Theory/Pra ctical
Content Ch2. What is Logistics?
2
Central lecture
Ch.1 What is Supply Chain Management?
2
Central lecture
Chr.4 Procurement and sourcing & Ch.11 Global supply chains
2
Central lecture
Ch.3 Customer Service: Logistics and Marketing
2
Central lecture
Ch.7 the purpose of inventory
2
Central lecture
Ch.8 Transportation
2
Central lecture
International Distribution & Customs and Trade affairs
2
Central lecture
Reserve
2
Central lecture &
workshop style
Ch.6 Sales & Operations Planning
2
Central lecture &
workshop style
Ch.13 Operations analysis
2
Central lecture &
workshop style
Ch5. Manufacturing
2
Central lecture &
workshop style
Ch.15 Performance measuring
2
Central lecture &
workshop style
Ch.9 Warehousing & Ch10. Packaging and handling
2
Central lecture &
workshop style
2
Central lecture &
workshop style
Ch.12 Network design Reserve
2
Central lecture &
workshop style
Review
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2 Remarks Students participation
Literature and Aids
Main Source:
Title Type Compulsory literature : ISBN Author(s)
Publisher Year Published
Other source:
Website:
Educational resources, including software tools. Lecturers T.b.a.
None.
Supply Chain Logistics Management Book Yes 978-007-132621-6 Bowersox, Danold J., David J. Closs, Donald j., Bixby Cooper, M. & Bowersox John C. McGraw-Hill 2013 (4th ed)
Document Details Contactperson Author Version Version Date Previous Module Code Date of change to new Module Code Appendices
J. Buurman 1 01-06-2016 - - Study load form - Test matrix - Test example - Answering model / score form - rubric
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Appendix One: Study Load Form T.b.a.
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Appendix Two: Test Matrix
Assessment Matrice Name lecturers Assessment Analysis Course Block: Type of Assessment: Time for Exam: Total Exam Points Ceasuur (go/ no go) Competence (ies)
Logistics Year 3 t.b.a. Exam developer delivers to the Examinations advisory committee: Module / Assessment matrix / Exam or Assignment / Assessment Criteria (for open questions: excellent = ? p./ sufficient = ? p./ ) Logistics year 3 ­ IBLLOG03R3 Block 3 & 4 Exam 120 minutes 100 5.5
Performance indicator(s) + Dublin Descriptor
Dublin Descriptors: Knowledge, Understanding and Applying performance indicators: Understand the nature of the problems found in the field of logistics management. Identify and understand scenarios which occur in logistics. Demonstrate the ability to analyze various situations using appropriate tools and methods to provide insight into possible causes and solutions Apply the tools and techniques used in logistics management to real world situations.
Role(s):
Not Applicable
Professional Product(s)
None
Discipline (name former modules to test also previous relevant modules on behalf of integrated exams),
Exam Assessment items Student:
1. Understand logistical issues in procurement, manufacturing, warehousing, packaging, transportation
Bloom Code: 1.knowledge 2.understanding 3.apply 4.problemsolving: .analyse .create .evaluate Understanding & Apply
Number of questions
5
15
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Understanding/ apply
1
25
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2. understand the basic issues involved in inventory management
Total Caesura
6
100
55% is 5.5
Discipline (name former modules to test also previous relevant modules on behalf of integrated exams),
Assignment Assessment items Student:
In class assignments (Total 7): Apply knowledge and understanding to the following subjects; 1. Logistics, 2.procurement, 3. Manufacturing, 4. inventory, 5. Packaging & Handling, 6. Warehouse, 7. Transportation
Bloom Code: 1.knowledge 2.understanding 3.apply 4.problemsolving: .analyse .create .evaluate
Number of questions
Weighing Factor Per question
Knowledge & understanding & APPLY
0,1,2,3,4, 0
5
60
6
80
7
100
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Total Caesura
100 60% is 6.0
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Appendix Three: Text Example Question 3 [15p] Your family runs a clothing shop in a shopping center, it was quite promising. However, recently due to high cost of leasing and economic recession, the margin is much less than expected. Therefore you want to transform your family business to an online shop. Considering that you need to transform traditional logistics to e-logistics, what will the differences be? Give at least 3 and give argumentation. (3p each)
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Appendix Four: Answering model/Score Form Question 3 [15p] - Chapter 2: Logistics, Bowersox Answer: 1. Stocks: stock control as part of e-business is maybe even more critical than stock control in a traditional environment, because the customer has less alternatives (than in a shop) and therefore a quick delivery is very important. 2. Warehousing: only for a sufficient critical mass in a traditional environment it is worth investing in fully automated or robotized order-picking systems that are able to pick by the name of the final user. E-business results in the customer order uncoupling point (CODP) shifting upstream strongly. This results in large amounts of small orders. In this case investments in fully automated picking systems are not always worth investing. 3. Transport: in a traditional environment, flows are bulkier and goods are delivered directly to the customer. E-business has made the logistic flows between trade and industry thinner and thinner, but more high-frequent. Direct distribution is becoming less rewarding. This problem occurs more strongly in e-business toward consumers and industrial buyers. Logistic collaboration between suppliers is considered a good solution by manufacturers as well as retailers for condensing logistic flows 4. Lead time 5. Reverse logistics/return policy Mentioned any 3 of above + argumentation, 4points each. 3point for bonus if all are good.
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Appendix Five: Rubric Rubric to be added
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