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UNM MGT 488 Supply Chain Management syllabus spring 2004.doc

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UNM MGT 488 Supply Chain Management syllabus spring 2004.doc

  1. 1. UNIVERSITY of NEW MEXICO ANDERSON SCHOOLS OF MANAGEMENT Course Syllabus – Fall 2004 COURSE: 488 Materials and Supply Chain Management CLASS MEETING ROOM/TIME: MW 1400- 1515, ASM 1065 INSTRUCTOR: S. Howard Kraye OFFICE: ASM 2125 OFFICE HOURS: Monday, Wednesday—10:00-12:00 or by appointment CONTACT INFORMATION: office phone: 505-277-6471 Email address: kraye@mgt.unm.edu REQUIRED TEXTS: Supply Chain Management 2nd edition Authors: Chopra and Meindl SOFTWARE: Students are required to have a working knowledge of Microsoft Excel COURSE OBJECTIVES: The material covered in this course will enable student to: • Understand the strategic importance of good supply chain design, planning and operation • Identify the major drivers and their role in supply chain performance • Explain the significance of planning in a supply chain, identify decisions, and discuss the tools available for forecasting and planning • Describe the role inventory plays in a supply chain and discuss actions managers can take to decrease inventories without increasing costs or decreasing product availability • Describe how transportation, facilities, and information technology influence the performance of a supply chain • Understand how the lack of coordination across the supply chain can result in poor performance, even when each stage is doing its best. COURSE EVALUATION PROCESS: Final grades will be based on the following. Do not expect final grades to be curved. 3 Exams equally weighted and a Final Exam 40% 3 Homework Assignments equally weighted 30% Term Project 30% 100%
  2. 2. Syllabus--2 EXAMS: Students are expected to make every effort to take exams when scheduled. If a student cannot be in class for a scheduled exam, a make up or special assignment will be given in its place. OPTIONAL FINAL Students who have an A grade going into the final exam (based on assignment, test, and team project scores) will be exempt from taking the final exam. CLASS PARTICIPATION/ATTENDANCE POLICY: Students are also expected to read assigned materials, prepare for, and participate in class discussion. Students will find that missing classes will harm their grades since extra credit work done in class cannot be made up. ASSIGNMENTS Students are required to turn in 3 problem sets during the semester. Due dates are shown on the assignment outline below. The problem sets are due at the beginning of the class on the date shown. Late problem sets will not be accepted under any circumstances. Problem sets are considered late after they have been collected in class. Students are strongly encouraged, but not required, to work on these assignments in small groups. If working in groups, turn in one paper per group with all contributing student’s names on the paper. Please note that material from the problem sets may be included on the exams. Working in groups does not mitigate responsibility for learning the material. COURSE DATA FILES Course related material will be posted in the course data files on the ASM server. This material can be accessed through the ASM homepage: http://asm.unm.edu/ . After going to the ASM homepage click on ‘Courses’ then ‘Data Files’ then search for the folder named ‘MIDS,’ then select the ‘Kraye.’ folder ACADEMIC DISHONESTY: Each student is expected to maintain the highest standards of honesty and integrity in academic and professional matters. The university reserves the right to take disciplinary action, including dismissal, against any student who is found responsible for academic dishonesty or who otherwise fails to meet the standards. Any student who has been judged to have engaged in academic dishonesty in course work may receive a reduced or failing grade for the work in question and/or for the course. 2
  3. 3. Syllabus--3 Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, dishonesty in quizzes, tests, or assignments; claiming credit for work not done or done by others; hindering the academic work of other students; misrepresenting academic or professional qualifications within or outside the university; and nondisclosure or misrepresentation in filling out applications or other university records. SPECIAL ASSISTANCE: Any student enrolled in this course who has a disability that restricts the fullest expression of abilities should contact the professor to discuss completion of course requirements immediately so that appropriate arrangements may be made to meet student needs in a timely manner. 3
  4. 4. Syllabus--4 CLASS ASSIGNMENTS : DATE TOPIC READING / ASSIGNMENT** 8/23 – 8/25 Understanding the Supply Chain Ch. 1 8/30 – 9/1 Achieving Strategic Fit and Scope Ch. 2 9/6 – 9/8 Supply Chain Drivers and Obstacles Ch. 3 (Note 9/6 is a holiday and there is no class) 9/13 – 9/15 Designing the Distribution Network Ch. 4 9/20 – 9/22 Network Design in a Supply Chain Ch. 5 9/27 Exam 1 Chapters 1-5 9/29 Network Design in an Uncertain Envirn Ch. 6 10/4 – 10/13 Demand Forecasting Ch. 7 Aggregate Planning Ch. 8 10/18 Exam 2 Chapters 1-8 10/20 Managing Predictable Variability Ch. 9 10/25 – 10/27 Cycle Inventory Ch. 10 11/1 – 11/3 Safety Inventory Ch. 11 11/8 – 11/10 Determining Optimal Levels of Production Availability Ch 12 11/15 Exam 3 Chapters 1-12 11/17 Sourcing Decisions Ch. 13 11/22 – 11/24 Transportation Ch. 14 11/29 – 12/1 Pricing and Revenue Management Ch. 15 12/8 – 12/10 Presentations TBD Final Exam Chapters 1-15 ** Additional readings may be assigned during the semester. 4

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