SCM301 Introduction to ERP Systems

This is a hands-on intensive implementation course exploring latest trends in off-the-shelf ERP packages like Oracle Applications or SAP. Overview of the reach of the ERP modules such as ordering and sales, inventory and material management, procurement, project management, manufacturing planning and control, finance, costing, business intelligence, maintenance, HR, etc.

 SCM306 IT Applications in Logistics & SCM

covers the topics: identification techniques for data collection, data transmission, data processing, and data warehousing in logistics; standardization in logistical data management; the importance of a real-time data flow and significant analytics .

SCM309 Packaging Design - Environmental Aspects

Packaging aspects are discussed in view of the different logistical, marketing, environmental, and legal requirements. Important factor is the standardization of packages for cost saving and damage free handling and transportation. Packages are carrying different kind of information, For logistical purposes the international standards for product identification, location numbering etc. are important.

SCM501 Supply Chain Management

This course covers essentials of Supply Chain Management and is divided into foundations of SCM, enabling concepts, the requirement process, strategic sourcing, strategic cost management relationship management and world class supply chain management. Pre-requisite: MAN 101/401

SCM502 ERP Systems Design and Implementation

This course provides a technical overview of enterprise planning systems and their impact on organizations. Selected software solutions are introduced to illustrate the concepts, fundamentals, general information technology context and integration of business enterprise applications. Case studies will be used to discuss various stages of implementing ERP solutions.

SCM503 Strategic Supply Chain Management

This course covers a wide range of Supply Chain Management activities including formation and management of strategic alliances, buyer selections and management, negotiations, global sourcing, ethics in contracting situations and applications of information technology in SCM. Pre-requisite: MAN 101/401

SCM504 Procurement and Inventory Management

The synchronization of supply with demand in order to provide customer value has to be designed, controlled and improved. In supply chain management these activities have to be coordinated along different stages in different enterprises. This course deals with understanding and overcoming the problems arising in those multistage inventory systems using case studies.

SCM505 Storage and Warehouse Techniques

In order to operate, optimize or understand warehouse systems, a sound knowledge about the various technical realizations of warehouse functions is essential. This course provides an overview of various in-house transporting and storage systems and indicates the preferred areas of usage. Case studies will be used as modus operandi in the course.

SCM506 Transportation Techniques and Management

The course aims to give an understanding of the basic techniques used in transportation. All major techniques in the fields of road traffic, air traffic, railroad and navy are discussed. Transport chains using freight-villages, intermodal transports, combined transport chains as location planning, design and organization of dispatch departments, supply- chain- management tracking- and- tracing are investigated using the case study approach.

SCM507 Quantitative Methods in Production and Logistics

Students get knowledge and skills required to manage comple xsystems of production, distribution and freight transport in global supply chains. It also prepares students for careers in industrial companies and service organizations which have to deal with complex logistical and production processes. Operations Research & Quantitative Logistics focuses on those areas in the transport and logistics sector that require strong quantitative skills, where practitioners apply academically developed theories. This includes Quantitative trend analyses techniques. Production planning process (optimizing capacities and lot sizes). Transportation Planning Facility, site layout, and location planning etc. The use of the planning tools provided by Microsoft Excel Solver Data Analytics, Data warehousing, Business intelligence.

SCM508 Design of Business Processes - Workflow Management

Understanding of Value Adding business processes, internal and cross-company supply chain Knowledge of the design and optimization tools. Definition of internal and external enterprise process chains .Design and optimization process chains using Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer/Server 2007 or ARIS-Toolset. Visualization of internal or cross-company processes by using flowchart modeling style of MS Visio 2010.Automation of ERP processes by implementation workflow management systems in ERP systems (SAP workflow management).

SCM510 Logistical Projects in ERP - Case Study Development

Good understanding of business processes such as order fulfillment, material and capacity resource planning, financial and accounting processes. Operating the ERP application system with SAP or Oracle. Understanding of business analytics resulting out of the business processes. Introduction into ERP systems,Basic technology of the SAP ERP system Design of business cases like quality management, quality auditing or business information systems ,Customizing requirements and realization. Future ERP systems – requirements and realization with advanced computing technics s.a. in- memory-computing with HANA, Cloud Computing.

SCM511 Risk Management in Suppy Networks

This course provides a holistic view on the total value adding process regarding risk portfolios .Using the FMEA method for analyzing risk potentials and learning how to develop resistant / robust supply chain strategies (TSCRM). Introduction to the principles of risk management of business and engineering processes. Sources of risk – early warning signals,Trends effecting the Supply Chain risk potential, Total Supply Chain Risk Management TSCRM – holistic approach, Business continuity management.

SCM512 Innovation Managementin Supply Chain and Logistics

This course provides future trends in global supply networks in technology of material and information flow, new partnership and collaboration principles following the Toyota Supply Chain Management,Impact of new technologies in communication (RFID, GBI, WLAN, Web-based applications etc, Demand driven supply chains, Impact analysis of innovation to social, environmental and financial results. Development of a innovative and sustainable supply chain strategy.

SCM513 Corporate Consultancy Projects in Logistics

This course provides introduction into the project management and consultancy process. Kick-off Meeting between the customer (industrial or logistics service enterprise) and the consultancy team (4 to 5 students and the lecturer) .Problem definition (diagnosis) workshop of the consultancy team moderated by the lecturer. Information gathering at customer’s site Creative problem solving workshop of the consultancy team Information consolidation and evaluation – internal decision making process (consultancy team) Presentation of the favorite solutions to the customer.

SCM603 IT Applications in Logistics & SCM

covers the topics: identification techniques for data collection, data transmission, data processing, and data warehousing in logistics; standardization in logistical data management; the importance of a real-time data flow and significant analytic .

SCM604 Packaging Design - Environmental Aspects

Packaging aspects are discussed in view of the different logistical, marketing, environmental, and legal requirements. Important factor is the standardization of packages for cost saving and damage free handling and transportation. Packages are carrying different kind of information, For logistical purposes the international standards for product identification, location numbering etc. are important.

SCM605 Supply Chain Management

This course covers essentials of Supply Chain Management and is divided into foundations of SCM, enabling concepts, the requirement process, strategic sourcing, strategic cost management relationship management and world class supply chain management. Pre-requisite: MAN 101/401.

SCM606 ERP Systems Design and Implementation

This course provides a technical overview of enterprise planning systems and their impact on organizations. Selected software solutions are introduced to illustrate the concepts, fundamentals, general information technology context and integration of business enterprise applications. Case studies will be used to discuss various stages of implementing ERP solutions.

SCM607 Strategic Supply Chain Management

This course covers a wide range of Supply Chain Management activities including formation and management of strategic alliances, buyer selections and management, negotiations, global sourcing, ethics in contracting situations and applications of information technology in SCM. Pre-requisite: MAN 101/401.

SCM608 Procurement and Inventory Management

The synchronization of supply with demand in order to provide customer value has to be designed, controlled and improved. In supply chain management these activities have to be coordinated along different stages in different enterprises. This course deals with understanding and overcoming the problems arising in those multistage inventory systems using case studies. alog 2015-2016

SCM609 Storage and Warehouse Techniques

In order to operate, optimize or understand warehouse systems, a sound knowledge about the various technical realizations of warehouse functions is essential. This course provides an overview of various in-house transporting and storage systems and indicates the preferred areas of usage. Case studies will be used as modus operandi in the course.

SCM610 Transportation Techniques and Management

The course aims to give an understanding of the basic techniques used in transportation. All major techniques in the fields of road traffic, air traffic, railroad and navy are discussed. Transport chains using freight-villages, intermodal transports, combined transportchains as location planning, design and organization of dispatch departments, supply- chain- management tracking- and- tracing are investigated using the case study approach.

SCM612 Risk Management in Suppy Networks

This course provides a holistic view on the total value adding process regarding risk portfolios .Using the FMEA method for analyzing risk potentials and learning how to develop resistant / robust supply chain strategies (TSCRM). Introduction to the principles of risk management of business and engineering processes. Sources of risk – early warning signals,Trends effecting the Supply Chain risk potential, Total Supply Chain Risk Management TSCRM – holistic approach, Business continuity management.

SCM613 Innovation Managementin Supply Chain and Logistics

This course provides future trends in global supply networks in technology of material and information flow, new partnership and collaboration principles following the Toyota Supply Chain Management,Impact of new technologies in communication (RFID, GBI, WLAN, Web-based applications etc, Demand driven supply chains, Impact analysis of innovation to social, environmental and financial results. Development of a innovative and sustainable supply chain strategy.

SCM614 Corporate Consultancy Projects in Logistics

This course provides introduction into the project management and consultancy process. Kick-off Meeting between the customer (industrial or logistics service enterprise) and the consultancy team (4 to 5 students and the lecturer) .Problem definition (diagnosis) workshop of the consultancy team moderated by the lecturer. Information gathering at customer’s site Creative problem solving workshop of the consultancy team Information consolidation and evaluation – internal decision making process (consultancy team) Presentation of the favorite solutions to the customer.

SCM615 Design of Business Processes - Workflow Management

Understanding of Value Adding business processes, internal and cross-company supply chain Knowledge of the design and optimization tools. Definition of internal and external enterprise process chains .Design and optimization process chains using Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer/Server 2007 or ARIS-Toolset. Visualization of internal or cross-company processes by using flowchart modeling style of MS Visio 2010.Automation of ERP processes by implementation workflow management systems in ERP systems (SAP workflow management).

SCM616 Logistical Projects in ERP - Case Study Development

Good understanding of business processes such as order fulfillment, material and capacity resource planning, financial and accounting processes. Operating the ERP application system with SAP or Oracle. Understanding of business analytics resulting out of the business processes. Introduction into ERP systems,Basic technology of the SAP ERP system Design of business cases like quality management, quality auditing or business information systems ,Customizing requirements and realization. Future ERP systems – requirements and realization with advanced computing technics s.a. in- memory-computing with HANA, Cloud Computing.