Management of International Supply Chains



Version

Version 3.0 vom 15.09.2015

Modulkennung

22M0790

Modulname (englisch)

Management of International Supply Chains

Studiengänge mit diesem Modul

International Supply Chain Management (MSCM)

Niveaustufe

5

Lehrinhalte
  • A. Concept of Value Nets
  • 1. Drivers of International Networks
  • 2. Theoretical Framework: Make, Buy or Cooperate
  • 3. Transaction Cost Analysis
  • 4. Coordination through Trust

    B. Value Nets in selected Business Processes
  • 1. Procurement Processes
  • 2. Innovation Processes
  • 3. Order Fulfillment Processes
  • 4. Distribution Processes

    C. Basics in SCM
  • 1. Fundamentals and Supply Chain Strategy
  • 2. Designing International Supply Chains

    D. Managing the Supply Chain
  • 1. Planning Demand and Supply
  • 2. Planning and Managing Inventories
  • 3. Designing and Planning Transportation

    E. Information Technology in a Supply Chain
Lernergebnisse / Kompetenzziele

Wissensverbreiterung
Students who have successfully studied this module,
- understand the meaning of international networks as success factor for companies
- know the most important methods and instruments for the control of international supply chains.
Wissensvertiefung
Students who have successfully studied this module,
- have understood the operation procedures for international value networks
- have deepened, studied and applied selected methods and instruments of the supply chain management with practical applications.
Können - instrumentale Kompetenz
Students who have successfully studied this module,
- can contribute decisively in the organization and control of international value networks
- are able to apply meaningfully the learned instruments in supply chain optimizing in practice.
Können - kommunikative Kompetenz
Students who have successfully studied this module,
- can orientate themselves in the complex network of the international value network
- can develop analyses, evaluations and presentations for the organization of international supply chains.
Können - systemische Kompetenz
Students who have successfully studied this module,
- are able to use the learned methods and instruments for company specific supply-chain matters.

Lehr-/Lernmethoden

- lectures- independent processing of case studies in small groups- presentation of the results by the students- external presentations- excursions

Empfohlene Vorkenntnisse

keine

Modulpromotor

Buchholz, Wolfgang

Lehrende

Buchholz, Wolfgang

Leistungspunkte

5

Lehr-/Lehrkonzept
Workload Dozentengebunden
Std. WorkloadLehrtyp
30Vorlesungen
10Präsentation
Workload Dozentenungebunden
Std. WorkloadLehrtyp
20Veranstaltungsvor-/-nachbereitung
30Studienanteil während der Arbeitszeit
20Literaturstudium
40Präsentation
Literatur

Arndt, H. (2005): Supply Chain Management – Optimierung logistischer Prozesse, 2. Aufl., Wiesbaden 2005Bach, N./Buchholz, W./Eichler, B. [Hrsg.] (2003): Geschäftsmodelle für Wertschöpfungsnetzwerke, Wiesbaden 2003Bach, N./Brehm, C./Buchholz, W./Petry, T. (2012): Wertschöpfungsorientierte Organisation, Wiesbaden 2012 (in Vorbereitung)Buchholz, W./ Werner, H. [Hrsg.] (2001): Supply Chain Solutions, Stuttgart 2001Busch, A./ Dangelmaier, W. [Hrsg.] (2002)): Integriertes Supply Chain Management, Wiesbaden 2002Busch, A./ Dangelmaier, W./ Pape, U./ Rüther, M. (2003): Marktspiegel Supply Chain Management Systeme, Wiesbaden 2003Christopher, M. (2005): Logistics and Supply Chain Management – Creating Value Adding Networks, 3rd ed., Harlow 2005Chopra, S./ Meindl, P. (2010): Supply Chain Management – Strategy, Planning, and Operations, 4th ed., Upper Saddle River 2010Cohen, S./Roussel, J. (2006): Strategisches Supply Chain Management, Berlin/Heidelberg 2006Eitelwein, O./ Goldsby, T./ Pohlen, T./ Wallenburg, M. (2008): The Evolution in Supply Chain Replenishment Models: New Opportunities to Create Value, in: Supply Chain Management 2/2008, S.17-24Mangan, J./ Lalwani, C./ Butcher, T./ Javadpour, R. (2012): Global Logistics & Supply Chain Management; Wiley; 2nd edition, 2012Petry, T. (2006): Netzwerkstrategie, Wiesbaden 2006Sydow, J./Möllering, G. (2004): Produktion in Netzwerken, München 2004Thonemann, U. (2010): Operations Management. Konzepte, Methoden und Anwendungen, 2. Auflage, Pearson Studium, 2010Werner, H. (2008): Supply Chain Management, 3. Aufl., Wiesbaden 2008Wisner, J.D./ Tan, K./ Leong G. (2012): Supply Chain Management: A Balanced Approach; South-Western Cengage Learning; 3rd edition, 2012Zentes,J./Swoboda, B./Morschett, D. [Hrsg.] (2005): Kooperationen, Allianzen und Netzwerke, 2. Aufl., Wiesbaden 2005

Prüfungsleistung

Referat

Dauer

1 Semester

Angebotsfrequenz

Nur Wintersemester

Lehrsprache

Englisch

 



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