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Supply chain management & logistique

Supply chain management & logistique

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Langue principale : français

Description du contenu de l'enseignement

The principle objective of this course is to assist students to develop an initial understanding of supply chain management and logistics. Secondly, students are invited to reflect on some of the changes in the organization of global supply chains over the last half-century and the concomitant economic, social and environmental impacts. The final objective is for students to gain an understanding of the challenges facing companies seeking to manage modern global supply chains and to consider how they may change in the future.

Compétences à acquérir
At the end of this course, students should be able to:

  1. Understand some of the basic logistics tools and methods;
  2. Describe and discuss some of the main logistics and supply chain challenges that firms face;
  3. Appreciate some of the changes and evolutions that have taken place in supply chains in recent times;
  4. Consider how questions of sustainability are applied to the management of modern supply chains.

1. Logistics and supply chain management (history and definitions) : Upstream and downstream, physical and information flows, optimization, lead time, demand pull and supply push, integration and coordination, Bullwhip effect, ERP, Taylorism and Fordism, mass production and mass customization, lean and agile, Just-in-time, Kanban and 5S, PDCA

2. Distribution, Logistics and warehousing : 3 and 4PLs; Regional Distribution Centres, multiple distribution channnels, logistic service providers, different inter-firm models, automated warehouses, number of references, order preparation, materials handling, impact of digitalization.

3. Supply chain theory : Transaction cost analysis, bounded rationality and opportunism, Resource Based view, Agency theory, Networks – Activities, Resources and Actors model, power and governance, SCM theory, barriers to entry, asymmetries.

4. Managing global supply chains : Globalization, internationalization, complexity, supply chain strategy, trade-offs, drivers, deregulation, FDI, growth in trade of intermediate goods, TNCs, container transport, tracking, free trade agreements, long lead times, global value chains .

5. Sustainable supply chain management : Definition of sustainability, triple bottom line, Reverse Logistics, recoverable manufacturing systems, the Anthropocene, closed loop systems, metrics and measurement, material recovery rates, ethics,exploitation, child labour, accountability, corporate social responsibility.

6. Outsourcing and offshoring : Make or buy decision, subcontracting, reshoring, nearshoring, inshoring, core capabilities, relocation, downsizing, internal and external sourcing, asset specificity, firm boundaries, supplier visibility, buyer-supplier relationships.

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Niveau Bac+2 acquis