HD 2 del Operations and supply chain management, autumn 2015

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HD 2 del Operations and supply chain management, autumn 2015
HD 2 del
Operations and supply chain management, autumn 2015 – version 3 (changes may apply)
Day
Date
Topic
Text book
Course Instructor
1
Friday
04.09.15
Introduction to operations and supply chain management
- What is it, why is it important (financial impact here) and how do we
measure the performances
T1 Part 1 & 3
T2 – (Section 1: Ch. 1)
T2 – (Section 2: Ch. 1)
Jan Stentoft
2
Saturday
12.09.15
T2 – (Section 1: Ch. 2,3)
T4 - All chapters
Brinch and Krægpøth (2015)
Jan Stentoft
3
Friday
18.09.15
Operational perspectives
Manufacturing strategy
Analyse and diagnosing
Problem identification and management
Development of manufacturing concept
Business Process Maturity
Decoupling point, push/pull and optimization, the SCOR model, Quality
management, Innovation
T1 Part 3 , Part 5 (Ch. 15)
T2 – (Section 1: Ch. 4,5)
Jan Stentoft
4
Saturday
26.09.15
Sourcing, purchasing and supplier relationship management
T1 Part 4
Journal Papers
Ole
Stegmann
Mikkelsen
5
Saturday
03.10.15
Managing projects and Forecasting in the supply chain
T2 – (Section 1: Ch. 9,14)
T2 – (Section 3: Ch. 16)
T2 – (Section 4: Ch. 6)
Kannan Govindan
6
Saturday
07.11.15
The global perspective, outsourcing, resilience and risk
T3 (Ch. 14)
Journal papers
Ole
Stegmann
Mikkelsen
7
Saturday
21.11.15
Green supply chain management and Corporate Social Responsibility
T1 Part 5 (Ch.. 13,14)
Journal papers
Jesper
Jensen
8
Friday
27.11.15
Friday
04.12.15
The logistics activities, (warehousing, transportation, manufacturing, inventory)
and S&OP planning
JIT/LEAN and manufacturing issues including capacity planning, master
production scheduling and MRP
T2 – (Section 1: Ch. 8,10,11)
T2 – (Section 2: Ch. 8,9)
T2 – (Section 1: Chapter 12,13)
T2 – (Section 3: Chapter 15)
Philip
Melchiors,
Velux
Mads Bruun Larsen
Consulting
House,
Denmark
9
Kronborg
Text books:
T1. Arlbjørn, et al., Supply chain Management, Sources for competitive advantages, Academica 2010.
T2. Kannan Govindan and Ole B. Olesen, Ressourcestyring og Supply Chain Management, 3. Edition (a customized book made by Pearson Custom
Publishing), 2013.
T3. Nigel Slack, Stuart Chambers, Robert Johnson, and Alan Betts: "Operations and process Management", 1. Edition Pearson Prentice Hall (2006))
– chapter 14 only (risk and resilience) Uploades til Black Board.
T4. Johansen, J., Riis, J.O. & Arlbjørn, J.S. (2006) Analyse og design af produktionssystemer – med vægt på styring og organisering, Center for
Industriel Produktion, Aalborg Universitet. Uploades til Black Board.
Journal articles: