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The indonesian society of logistics

  1. 1. MASYARAKATMLI LOGISTIK INDONESIA MLI Masyarakat Logistik Indonesia (The Indonesian Society of Logistics) Hasil Pembahasan Pembentukan MLI 7 May – 9 August 2011
  2. 2. List of Contributor• Akhmad Yunani • Patria Supriyoso• Arif Imran • Sani Susanto• Baskoro ABC • Setijadi• R. Budi Setiawan • Togar M. Simatupang• Gemilang Tarigan • Tomy Perdana• Liane Okdinawati • Zaenal Muttaqien 2
  3. 3. Overview• What is professional body?• Why do we need professional body?• Types of professional body• Classification of Logistics Professional Body• Why do we need a community of logistics?• The Indonesian Society of Logistics (Masyarakat Logistik Indonesia)• Proposed Programs• Conclusions 3
  4. 4. Professional Body• Trade association of an organized profession (accounting, law, medicine, etc.) that certifies successful completion of its requirements, and thereupon awards a license and bestows a recognized appellation (Chartered Accountant, Attorney at Law, Doctor Of Medicine, etc.).• Professional bodies usually prescribe a discretionary or mandatory code of conduct for their members.• These bodies exercise political control over their membership, and have monopoly over the professions formal education, certification, licensing, symbols, etc. Source: 4
  5. 5. Characteristics• A not-for-profit basis: a nonprofit organization operates in a businesslike way to promote the collective interests of its members rather than to seek financial gain for its owners.• If the nonprofit organization has money after its expenses are paid, its board of directors may apply the surplus to other projects that further the organization’s mission. 5
  6. 6. Why do we need professional body?• All professionals are required to take personal responsibility for the process of updating their own ability to understand the range of topics relevant to their area of competence.• A professional body is a means to develop professional competence through the systematic maintenance, improvement, and broadening of relevant knowledge and skills necessary for carrying out professional duties.• A professional body is an important drive to Professionalism and Ethics. 6
  7. 7. Types of professional body• Association: – Professions usually have professional bodies organized by their members, which are intended to enhance the status of their members and have carefully controlled entrance requirements. ( – A body of persons engaged in the same profession, formed usually to control entry into the profession, maintain standards, and represent the profession in discussions with other bodies (• Society: organization owned by its members and managed for their benefit, such as a building society or friendly society. (• Community: self-organized network of people with common agenda, cause, or interest, who collaborate by sharing ideas, information, and other resources. Virtual communities consist of participants in online discussions on topics of mutual concern, or of those who frequent certain websites. ( 7
  8. 8. Types of Professional Body Association Society CommunityAims to control entry into to enhance benefits to to collaborate by the profession, its members. sharing ideas, maintain standards, information, and and represent the other resources. profession in discussions with other bodies.Scope Certification, Ongoing education, Continuing education, discussion, performance certification, representation, standards, networking competencies, and professional skills, representation, networking networkingMemberships Individuals, associates, Mainly individuals, Mainly individual, organizations sponsored sponsored organizations organizationsExamples ELA, LI, RLA, SCL LSCMS, SOLE, AST&L Supply Chain Asia, 2ELC, SAP Logistics Community 8
  9. 9. Association 9
  10. 10. What is an association?Associations are the main independent political force for industries offering the following benefits: – Governmental/political voice – Marketing avenues – Education – Member services – Networking 10
  11. 11. European Logistics Association (ELA)• ELA, the European Logistics Association, is a federation of 30 national organisations, covering almost every country in Central and Western Europe.• The goal of ELA is to provide a forum for co-operation for any individual or society concerned with logistics within Europe and to assist industry and commerce in Europe.• ELA formulates European Logistics Education Standards and encourages the acceptance of these standards by each of its member nations. A Vocational Qualification procedure is in place to enable the standards to be accepted on a pan-European basis. 11 Source:
  12. 12. The Logistics Institute (LI)• The focus of the Logistics Institute is to build the professional skills of Logistics practitioners in Canada and throughout the world. Our mandate is to establish a logistics profession, train individuals working in logistics, define logistics career opportunities, and sustain logistics HR development.• The Logistics Institute has been supporting logistics practitioners for over 15 years.• What is logistics? Often described as the dynamics of information, materials and systems, logistics is both art and science. Like a master chef, the skilled logistician synergizes individuals, systems and technology in the creation of extraordinary results. Source: 12
  13. 13. Reverse Logistics Association (RLA)• We are a trade association focused on Third Party Service Providers to whom OEMs, ODMs, Branded and Retail companies outsource.• The Reverse Logistics Association monitors thousands of 3PSPs worldwide who are providing Aftermarket Supply Chain services, while supporting the outsourcing needs of OEM, ODM, Branded and Retail companies.• Today we support the following industries: High Tech/IT, Consumer Electronics, Automotive, Aviation, Medical/Pharmaceutical, Publishing, Apparel along with Food & Beverage.• We monitor the RL process in Consumer Returns, Product Recalls and Service Logistics. Source: 13
  14. 14. The Supply Chain & Logistics Institute (SCL) at Georgia Tech• The Supply Chain & Logistics Institute (SCL) at Georgia Tech provides global leadership for research and education in supply chain engineering. We define "Supply Chain Engineering" as the application of scientific principles to optimize the design and integration of supply chain processes, infrastructure, technology and strategy.• While SCL has resources and programs in supply chain management, its primary focus is on development of new tools for analysis, design and management of logistics processes, and new concepts and strategies for the practice of supply chain engineering. Source: 14
  15. 15. Society 15
  16. 16. The Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society (LSCMS)• The Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society is the regional professional body for Logistics practitioners.• Practically all areas of the Logistics spectrum are represented in the Society. Shippers, Freight Forwarders, Academics, Students, Carriers, Personal Effects Movers and other individuals and organisations form our core. With an emphasis on commercial experience and expertise we are the lead platform for the development of Logistics in the region and work with our members, government, organisations and professionals in raising the profile and expertise through a range of activities.• Like most professional bodies, the Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society emphasises a commitment to ongoing education and encourages performance consistent with a generally agreed body of knowledge or standards. Members of our Society are recognised as members of a professional body through the work we continue to perform. Source: 16
  17. 17. The International Society of Logistics (SOLE)• SOLE - The International Society of Logistics (SOLE or the Society) is a non-profit international professional society composed of individuals organized to enhance the art and science of logistics technology, education and management.• The Society is in no way sponsored by any group, company or other association. SOLE was founded in 1966 as the Society of Logistics Engineers "to engage in educational, scientific, and literary endeavors to advance the art of logistics technology and management."• SOLE is an international, non-profit professional organization dedicated to promoting logistics. An active organization, SOLE has enhanced the growth and development of logisticians for more than a quarter of a century. Today, there are thousands of SOLE members in more than 100 chapters throughout the world.• The International Society of Logistics offers individual and corporate membership with special rates for retired, young logistician, and student members. Source: 17
  18. 18. American Society of Transportation and Logistics (AST&L)• ASTL is a professional organization founded in 1946 by a group of industry leaders to insure a high level of professionalism and promote continuing education in the field of transportation and logistics.• The CTL (Certified in Transportation and Logistics) Certification Program began in 1948.• ASTL also offers the Professional Designation in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (PLS), the Distinguised Logistics Professional (DLP), and the Global Logistics Associate (GLA).• ASTLs mission is to facilitate education and certification in the fields of transportation, logistics, and supply chain management.• ASTLs membership of shippers, carriers, educators, students, consultants and third-party logistics individuals are dedicated to continuing education and are committed to raising the professional standards in the industry. Source: 18
  19. 19. • The TSL Society provides INFORMS members with a sustained, specialized focus on these topics, including current and potential problems and contributions to their solution, and supports efforts to extend, unify, and integrate related branches of knowledge and practice.• The INFORMS Transportation Science and Logistics (TSL) Society was formed in 2004 with the merger of the Transportation Science and Logistics Sections. The Aviation Applications Section affiliated with the Society in 2008.• We encourage the education of students and the continuing education of practitioners.• The Society includes, in addition to the Aviations Applications Section, four special interest groups: Freight Transportation and Logistics, Urban Transportation Planning and Modeling, Facility Logistics, and Intelligent Transportation Systems. Collectively, the Aviation Applications Section and the Transportation Science and Logistics Society include just under 1,000 members, almost half of whom are students. Source: 19
  20. 20. Community 20
  21. 21. Supply Chain Asia: Community for Logistics and Supply Chain• Supply Chain Asia is a community set up to bring logistics and supply chain professionals living, working or having interest in its development in Asia.• Supply Chain Asia has launched Membership Services to enhance support for the industry.• Memberships will be open to 3 major categories - Students (SGD36/year); Professionals (SGD175/year) and Corporate (SGD950/year).• With the extended benefits in the new membership services, SCA can further expand support to the community with new programs, conduct more in-depth research and developed more membership directories and industry information resources. Source: 21
  22. 22. Eastern Europe Logistics Community (2ELC)• This site is focusing onto logistics operations in Russia and Eastern Europe.• The aims of this site are: – to share information between logistics and SCM professionals of this sector, located in Russia and Eastern Europe, to support business and personal development – networking• The scope of this site deals with : 3PL, 4PL, Warehousing, Transport, Distribution, Consulting, Planning, Cross Docking, Pooling Best Practices, ECR, In store logistics, Network review, WMS, TMS, Demand Forecast, RFID, Radio Scanners, Voice technologies, EDI, Capacity Planning, RCCP, SCOR, Strategy, KPIs, Tenders, RFI & RFQ, Equipment, MHE, Recruitment, career, Industrial Real Estate & Development, EAN, Conferences. Source: 22
  23. 23. Why does Indonesia need the society of logistics? 23
  24. 24. Issues of logistics in Indonesia• Government  multi agencies to logistics, no organizing agent: Perhubungan, Perdagangan, Kominfo, Perindustrian, Bappenas, dll.• Industry  vested interest, short term orientation, learning from experience, little attention to logistics professionalism.• National competitiveness  logistics is not yet a priority in economic growth.• Research centers  self interest, compete to each other• Logistics education  no standards in curriculum, trainers, degrees, laboratories, and lecturers.• Is there any attention to advance logistics discipline in Indonesia that contributes to national competitiveness? 24
  25. 25. Classification of Logistics Professional Body in Indonesia Practical Orientation ALI (Asosiasi Logistik Indonesia) or Indonesian Logistics Association LOGIC Widyatama GAFEKSI (Gabungan Forwarder dan Ekspedisi INDONESIA)Private (Exclusive) Center of Supply Chain and E- Public (Inclusive) Institution Institution Business Management ITS Pusat Studi Transportasi dan Logistik (PUSTRAL) UGM The Center for Logistics and Supply The Indonesian Society of Logistics Chain Studies (CLoCS) ITB (ISL) or Masyarakat Logistik Indonesia Academic Orientation 25
  26. 26. The Indonesian Society of Logistics (ISL)A Professional Society:• Professional associations set standards for those in the profession and influence government policies on issues concerning members’ interest in logistics development, logistics education, logistics policy and strategy, and logistics body of knowledge.• Professional associations work to improve the working conditions, skill levels, and public perceptions of logistics discipline and professionals. 26
  27. 27. Types of Certification in Logistics Education: where do we go? Regulation Loose Tight Loose Logistician can have Logistician can have different different types of education but types of education and employment is regulated. employers do not require specific qualifications.Terms ofLogistics Tight Clear understanding of Logistics education is clearly types defined (e.g. accreditation of logistics education by professional institutes) leading to and highly regulated as planning graduate but employers require employers employ wide professional qualification. range of qualifications in logistics jobs. 27
  28. 28. Proposed Programs• Membership Categories: logistics professional, logistics educators, associates, corporate sponsors• Education requirements for membership• Education and training requirements for working as a professional logistician in Indonesia• Mutual recognition criteria (core skills) in logistics education• Data Center• Case Study Center• Training and Certification• Affiliation programs: BNSP, Kementian, Universitas, dan Lembaga Penelitian• Logistics Knowledge Libraries• AD/ART• Organizational Structure• Business Model for the sustainability of MLI• Etc. 28
  29. 29. Conclusion• The appropriate name for the new professional body is “society”, so it is called the Indonesian Society of Logistics.• The Indonesian Society of Logistics is a professional association for logistics scholars and professionals for development of knowledge, education, and innovation in logistics. – MLI adalah asosiasi profesional dan ilmuwan bidang logistik sebagai wadah pengembangan keilmuan, pendidikan, dan inovasi logistik.• Next question: – What might it offer its members?  question of value proposition – How do we ensure the sustainability of this new society?  question of sustainability 29
  30. 30. Thank You 30