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ISy. E 3103: Supply Chain Modeling
The Professor z z z Dr. J. Vande Vate E-Mail: john. [email protected] gatech. edu Phone: 4 -3035 Office: 433 Office Hours: 11 -12 TTH z http: //www. isye. gatech. edu/~jvandeva
Gary Larson Look-Alike
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Course Organization z Grading: y Exams y Group Projects 65% 35%
Exams z z z z In-class, open-book, open-notes, Individual work Drop Lowest Grade September 27 November 8 December ? NO MAKE UP EXAMS
Group Project z You form groups of 4 or 5 z One Major Group Project
Your Responsibilities z Keep up with information posted on the class home page. z Form and manage your group. z Keep up with the assignments. z Prepare for and participate in class discussions. z Ask questions.
Syllabus z Subject to change, so check frequently z Exam dates are fixed so you can plan around them.
Supply Chain Management z Getting the right goods and services to the right place at the right time while making the greatest contribution to the firm. z Also concerned with y Information y Payments y MarketingService
Management Component z Strategy z Marketing z Finance
Industrial Engineering Component z Design of the y Systems y Processes y Operations
Beyond Traditional Business Functions z Supply Chain involves y y y Purchasing Transportation and Traffic Manufacturing Warehousing Marketing etc.
Beyond the Corporation z Sand to Sand z Includes y Services to support the product y Reverse channels to recover the product
2001 Logistics and Supply Chain Management Compensation Survey z William M. Mercer, Inc. - HR Consulting z median total cash compensation for y Top Supply Chain Executive is: $195, 700 y Top Logistics Management Executive: $178, 700 y Top Purchasing Executive: $135, 300 y Top Distribution Executive: $130, 000 y Transportation Manager $ 74, 500 y Senior Buyer $ 60, 800 y Warehouse Manager $ 59, 300 y Quality Control Supervisor $ 55, 000
Next Time z Be prepared to discuss the HP Case z Handout available on web z Purpose y Illustrate some of the topics we will focus on
The Course z z z z The Supply Chain at HP Forecasting Customer Service Transportation Systems Transportation Management Total Cost Transportation Modeling
Course Cont’d z Weight/Cube, Frequency and Schedule Driven Systems z z z Inventory and Load Driven Systems Trailer Fill and Customer Service Location and Network Design Routing Postponement International Logistics
Level of Interest z z Basic Terminology and Introduction Issues and Trends Modeling Tools and Analyses International Component
Special Circumstance z Executive Director of EMIL z Executive Master’s in International Logistics z Take 25 execs to Asia in October z Manu Sharma will assist