Course - Planning and Control in Industrial Supply Chains - PK8206
PK8206 - Planning and Control in Industrial Supply Chains
Lessons are not given in the academic year 2020/2021
Examination arrangement: Assignment
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Efficient logistics processes are essential for a companys competitiveness. Concepts and solutions where information and communication technology (ICT) is an important tool must be developed to support properties of the value chain. This topic handles three central elements of logistics in industrial value chains: Advanced logistics management and control, ICT solutions for integration and automation of value chains, and value chain models and structures. Management and control encompasses control models, theories and principles for controlling a value chain. In particular the focus is on principles and models for lean and automatic value chain control. ICT solutions for operation and communication will focus on systems and processes. The structural aspects of the value chain will be highlighted by studying theories and concepts for cooperation, collaboration and processes organization.
Profound and specialized knowledge about central problems related to management of logistic operations in the supply chain of manufacturing and trading enterprises, with emphasis on management and design, ICT, and decision support
Thorough understanding of the supply chain system, its components and processes, utilization of ICT and the establishment, management and improvement of supply chains
Understanding and application of relevant models, analytical tools and methods
Insight into what constitute core technologies within the respective processes
Training in scientific solution of industrial problems and report-writing
Ability to apply acquire knowledge for developing holistic solutions within management of industrial supply chains and identify opportunities for innovation
Ability of scientific reflection and argumentation
Ability to transform theories to practical application based on well-founded choices of relevant alternative solutions
Critically and independently evaluate analytical tools, methods, technical models and solutions
Carry out an independent and technical engineering research project under supervision
Scientific renewal and adjustments on own initiative
General competence (attitudes)
Understand the role of logistics in a broader industrial and societal perspective
Cooperate and contribute to multidisciplinary interaction
Communicate technical logistic problems and solutions to specialists and the general public
Hold an international perspective on ones one profession an develop the ability of international interaction
Learning methods and activities
Lectures and study group. Self study. Write scientific article.
Further on evaluation
To pass the course a score of at least 70 percent is required.
Recommended previous knowledge
TPK 4135 Manufacturing Logistics and TPK 4160 Supply Chain Management.
Articles and chapters from books. Lecturing materials.
Credits: 7.5 SP
Study level: Doctoral degree level
Language of instruction: English
- Industrial Management
- Production and Quality Engineering - Production Management
- Industrial Ecology
- Industrial Economics
- Production and Quality Engineering - Manufacturing Systems
- Transportation Engineering
- Engineering Subjects
Department with academic responsibility
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
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