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  1. 1. PERSONAL DETAIL Full Name Nick Name Addres : Halimatussya Diah : Imee : Prum.Bukit Kencana, Bahagia Street no.M-19,rt 004 rw 016,jatimakmur,pondok gede- bekasi (17413) Phone : 085719920046 Cellphone : (021) 8469564 Place/Date of Birth: Jakarta, 13 0ctober 1993 Nationality : Indonesia Gender : Fimale Marital status : Single Religion : Moeslim Email : halimatussyad@yahoo.com Twitter : halimaimah@yahoo.com
  2. 2. School Place Year Elementary School SD Jatimakmur 3 1999-2005 Junior High School SMP 128 Jakarta 2005-2008 Senior High School SMA Angkasa 2 2008-2011 Collage 2011-to date STMT Trisakti
  3. 3. ORGANIZATION • Palang Merah Remaja 2005-2008 • Paskibraka SMA Angkasa 2 2008-2011 CERTIFICATE • SPT and PK2MB Trimas Sakti 2011 • Leadership Basic Training 2012 • Public Seminars HM Logistics 2012 • Public Seminats Entrepreneurship Courses 2013 • LPIA English Languanges 2009-2010 • New Concept English Languanges 2004-2005 • Primagama junior high school 2005-2008 • Nurul Fikri senior high school 2008-2011
  4. 4. Introduction This chapter is concerned with the way in which logistics and distribution are organized with the company.the importance of the logistics function into the business as a whole has been emphasized at various times throughout this book. The Handbook of Logistics and Distribution Management 3rd Edition, Page:162
  5. 5. RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHER CORPORATE FUNCTIONS There are two key points that bear re-emphasis at this stage. First is the fact that logistics is, for many companies, such an integral part of the corporate being. Because of this, the second major point becomes apparent - the need for logistics planning and strategy to be recognized and used as a vital ingredient in the corporate plan. Handbook of Logistics and Distribution Management 3rd Edition, Page:163
  6. 6. The first point - that logistics is such an important element within a company's total business structure - can be illustrated using the interrelationships of logistics with other functions: With production Production scheduling With finance Stock-holding Production control Stock control Plant warehouse design Equipment Raw material stocks,etc Distribution cost -control, etc •With marketing Customer service Packaging Distribution centre location Inventory levels Order processing,etc • Handbook of Logistics and Distribution Management 3rd Edition, Page: 163
  7. 7. Associated with the failure to include relevant logistics factors within the corporate business plan is the need to recognize that the logistics function may also require a specific organizational structure. Handbook of Logistics and Distribution Management 3rd Edition, Page : 164
  8. 8. Handbook of Logistics and Distribution Management 3rd edition, Page: 165
  9. 9. The Problem With This Type of Organizational Structure The problem with this type of organizational structure is that lines of communication are unclear. Thus, it is often impossible to optimize the efficiency of the different logistics sub-functions, let alone create an overall logistics system that is both effective and efficient. Handbook of Logistics and Distribution Management 3rd Edition,Page :165
  10. 10. Functional Structure Showing Logistics Activities Linked Together Handbook of Logistics and Distribution Management 3rd edition, Page : 166
  11. 11. ORGANIZATIONAL INTEGRATION Supply chain integration is the need to rethink the way in which logistics operations are organized.This has led to a change in thinking in organizational terms away from functional structures and towards process-oriented structures.This is in many ways a reflection of the key changes that have been outlined in previous chapters: • the emphasis on the customer, and the need to ensure that internal processes support the requirement to achieve customer satisfaction; • the concentration on time compression throughout the whole supply chain, and the need to identify and manage suitable trade-offs; • the move to globalization and the requirement to plan and manage the logistics network as a complete system. Handbook of Logistics and Distribution Management 3rd Edition, Page: 166
  12. 12. Traditional Silo-based Functional Organizational Structure Handbook of Logistics and Distribution Management 3rd Edition, Page: 167
  13. 13. A Customer-facing, ProcessDriven Organizational Structure Handbook of Logistics and Distribution Management 3rd Edition, Page : 168
  14. 14. Mission Management, Which Acts Directly Across Traditional Functional Boundaries Handbook of Logistics and Distribution Management 3rd Edition, Page: 169
  15. 15. Matrix Management, Which Emphasizes Both Planning and 0perational Elements Handboomk of Logistics and Distribution Management 3rd Edition, Page: 169
  16. 16. Planning for Logistics A major aim is to move away from the traditional combative arrangements towards the building of stronger and more positive partnerships that reflect the need for companies, within a supply chain, to work together to achieve commercial success. Handbook of Logistics and Distribution Management 3rd Edition, Page: 170
  17. 17. THE ROLE OF THE LOGISTICS OR DISTRIBUTION MANAGER The role of the logistics or distribution manager can vary considerably from one company to another, dependent on the internal organizational structure, the channel. Handbook of Logistics and Distribution Management 3rd Edition, Page:170
  18. 18. Buyer/Seller Relationships: a Single Versus aMultiple Linked Approach Handbook of Logisyics and Distribution Management 3rd Edition, Page: 170
  19. 19. Logistics Management and Organization M A McGinnis and B J LaLonde (1983) have discussed this question. They take three main themes: the contribution that the logistics/distribution manager can make to corporate strategic planning; the advantages of this contribution; and the preparation that the manager can make to increase the effectiveness of his or her input. Handbook of Logistics and Distribution Management 3rd Edition, Page: 171
  20. 20. The Main Points are as Follows: 1. Contribution to corporate strategic planning: - familiarity with customer distribution needs; - familiarity with channels of distribution; - distribution data,etc 2. Advantages of contributing to corporate plan: - increased physical distribution responsiveness; -increased sensitivity to the distribution environment,etc 3. Preparation for strategic planning: - know the company; - develop a broader perspective of distribution,etc Handbook of Logistics and Distribution Management 3rd Edition, Page: 171
  21. 21. SUMMARY The first plan, and that this should be reflected in the upper echelons of the organizational structure of a company. The next section discussed the basic organizational structures that are used in logistics. These included: • traditional structure; • functional structure; • mission management; • matrix management.

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