N91315 Supply Chain Management

Scuola di Ingegneria Industriale
Scheda Insegnamento
Anno Accademico 2016/17 Secondo Semestre

Docente TitolareDamiano Milanato
UfficioEdificio Torre Primo Piano

Contenuti dell’insegnamento

The course is designed to expose the students to the principles of supply chain management.

The following topics will be covered in detail:

- Introduction on supply chain basic principles concerning 8 core business processes

- Strategic fit of SCM with business model

- Key Performance Indicators for managing and controlling Supply Chain performance and cost

- Application and development of mathematical modeling tools for the analysis of strategic, tactical, and operational supply-chain problems.

- Mathematical programming formulations for integrated planning of capacity and demand in a supply chain.

- Models and algorithms for transportation and logistics systems design and analysis.

- Supply chain coordination and collaboration with customers and suppliers

- Procurement strategies related to SC model

Metodologia Didattica

60% of the lessons will be held in front mode (ex cathedra lessons)

40% in the interactive mode (tutorials , testimonials, business games)

Materiale Didattico Obbligatorio

  • Ballou, R.H. (2004), Business logistics/supply chain management : planning, organizing, and controlling the supply chain, Prentice Hall
  • Chopra, S. and Meindl, P. (2007), Supply Chain Management: strategy, planning and operation, Pearson Prentice Hall

Modalità con cui viene accertata l’effettiva acquisizione dei risultati di apprendimento.

The evaluation of the training course will focus on a written exam, at the end of the course, in which students will deal with both applications and questions of a quantitative nature, both open questions concerning the various topics presented in the lectures.

The exams will be closed books and closed notes and are constituted by a written test with multiple choice and open questions focused on the topics studied during the classes

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