IIT Course on Supply Chain ManagementMSL Learning Systems Private Limited
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* Students of engineering, architecture, MCA, MBA, BBA, B.Sc, Diploma holders in the relevant area. (students in the final semester/ year can also apply) * Working executives with Engineering/ Architecture/ Management background. * Minimum 50% marks in 10+2
SCM deals with management of flow of material, information and money from supplier-to-customer and customer-to- supplier. The course is designed to equip the participants with concepts, tools and techniques of Supply Chain Management (SCM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), and related concepts so that they can understand the strategy, operations, modeling, IT-enablement and other recent trends in SCM.
One of the major aims of this program is to develop the decision-making capability in SCM, ERP and related areas. Recent advances in these areas would be covered in this program.
The Course is designed in four modules, as follows
Module-1: Basics of Management Concepts, importance of Supply Chain Management and ERP
Basic understanding of Management Concepts with focus on Marketing & Sales, Procurement, Distribution and Operations functions.
Evolution of SCM and ERP
Process view of SCM,
Global logistics and SCM,
Facility location decision,
Logistics decision, etc.
Module-2: Operational, Strategic and Implementation issues in Supply Chain Management and ERP
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP): Selection and Implementation
Material Requirement Planning (MRP)
Toyota Production System,
Lean Supply Chain
Demand and Distribution Management,
Supplier selection and strategic partnership in SCM, etc.
Module-3: Modeling and Design of Supply Chain Management
Management of Uncertainty in SCM,
Management of Uncertainty in SCM,Optimization and simulation models in SCM,
Management of Uncertainty in SCM,Use of software environment in SC modeling, etc
Module-4: Recent Trends in Supply Chain Management
Lean, Agile and Le-agile Supply Chain,
Strategies of Cycle time reduction,
Extended Enterprise Concepts,
Integration of Supply Chain,
Reengineering the Supply Chain,
Coordination in Supply Chain,
Bullwhip - effect and its management,
Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI),
Outsourcing and Postponement decision,
Flexibility of Supply Chain
3PL and Cross docking,
Integration of Supply chain entities,
Role of CRM and Knowledge management in SCM,
IT-enabled Supply Chain Management,
Performance Measurement in supply chain management,
Reverse logistics, etc.