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MEM-820 Supply Chain Management
Campus College of E&ME
Programs PG
Session Summer Semester 2016
Course Title Supply Chain Management
Course Code MEM-820
Credit Hours 3-0
Pre-Requisutes nil
Course Objectives Background of supply chain management, the four stages of supply chain management, the objectives & goals of purchasing, operational effectiveness, operational innovation and strategy, supply chain and product fit, range of supply chain, inter-organizational structures, intra-organizational structures, supply chain scope, framework for supply chain integration issues, cross-industry standard, supply chain performance improvement, the supply chain council ‘Model’, Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model, SCOR Model Level 0, SCOR Model Level 1, process-type level, SCOR Model Level 2, configuration level, SCOR Model Level 3: process element level, SCOR Model Level 4: implementation level, SCOR Model analyses process, SCOR model gaps, inventory control models, case studies and practices.
Detail Content After completing this course successfully the students are expected to:
  • Have reasonable understanding of SCM principles, practices and applications;
  • Have reasonable knowledge of building blocks, major functions, major business processes, performance metrics, and major decisions (strategic, tactical, and operational) in supply chain networks;
  • Have thorough insight into the role of Internet Technologies and Electronic Commerce in supply chain operations and technical aspects of key ITEC components in supply chain;
  • Understand the role of supply chain models and supply chain planning and decision-making;
  • Plan, design, develop and implement, manage and monitor supply chain operations in technically optimized and commercially viable supply chain operations.
Text/Ref Books
  • Supply Chain, by David Simchi- Levi, Philip Kaminsky, Irwin McGraw Hill, New York, 1999
  • Using Model to Improve the Supply Chain, by Charles C. Poirier, ST. Lucie Press.
  • Supply Chain Project Management: a structured collaborative and measurable approach, by James Ayers, ST. Lucie Press, 2004.
Time Schedule Summer 2015
Faculty/Resource Person Dr. Syed Tasweer Hussain Shah
PhD (NUML) Pakistan
Discipline: Engineering Management
Specialisation: Service Quality, Entrepreneurship, HR, Project Mgmt, Strategic Mgmt