Course syllabus RDR - Supply Chain Management (ŠAVŠ - Sklad předmětů)

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Course title: Supply Chain Management
Semester: -- item not defined --
Course supervisor: Ing. David Holman, Ph.D.
Supervising department: Department of Production, Logistics and Quality Management (ŠAVŠ)
Prerequisites for registration: Bachelor state examination
Time allowance: full-time, 2/2 (hours of lectures per week / hours of seminars per week)
part-time, 0/16 (lectures per period / seminars per period)
Type of study: usual
Form of teaching: lecture, seminar
Mode of completion and credits: Exam (5 credits)
Course objective:
After succesfull passing of subject, students should have knowledge and basic skills concerning supply chain management, which are necesary for middle and top management particular members (firms) of logistics and supply chains. The goal of the subject is introduce basic prcesses, technologies, conceptions and strategies suitable for tactical-strategical management of supply chains. There is partial focus on metods and tools usable for modeling of supply chains.
Course methods: - Lectures
- Excursions
- Management games
- Best practices
- Case studies
Course content:
1.Logistic's and system's theory. Logistics as scientific branch. (allowance 2/2)
2.Paradigmatic change of entertainment, management and logistics. Differnece between logistic's theory and practise utilization, actual status (allowance 2/0)
3.Supply chain management - history, developement, definition, basic processes (allowance 4/0)
4.Specific of supply chain management in automotive (allowance 2/2)
5.Lean SCM - history, principals and tools (allowance 4/4)
6.Productivity, costs of SCM - KPI, the role of time in productivity measuring (allowance 2/2)
7.Innovations and trends in SCM - Agile, Leagile, Resilient and Green SCM (allowance 2/0)
8.Technology in logistics - (classic, telematic, virtual and complex. E-logistics, SCM (allowance 2/2)
9.Outsourcing and benchmarking in SCM - strategical purposes, adavantages, disadvantages, 3PL, 4PL, 5PL (allowance 2/2)
10.Utilization of modeling in SCM. SCOR model. Simulation game of automotive supply chain including LEAN tools and principles. (allowance 2/2)
11.Beer Game. Simulation of 6 Supply Chain Principles (allowance 0/4)
12.Excursion in SKODA AUTO Logistic´s facilities (allowance 0/4)
Learning outcomes and competences:
After completing the course, student:
-Will describe operational logistic functions, supply chain functions, and specific LEAN tools
-Will distinguish and deduct the benefits of strategic theoretical bases on concrete examples from practice
-Will identify the differences between the bases of logistics management and enterprise management in the 20th and 21st centuries
-Will show and discover strategic theoretical background in logistics theory, supply chain management and LEAN
-Will suggest to implement the theoretical bases of logistics, SCM and LEAN in specific cases under current market conditions

Teaching methods and workload (hours of workload):
Type of teaching methodDaily attendanceCombined form
Direct teaching
     Attendance of lectures12 h0 h
     Attendance of courses/seminars/tutorials12 h0 h
     Consultations with teacher (part-time form of study)0 h16 h
     Course reading and ongoing preparation30 h10 h
     Ongoing evaluation0 h26 h
     Composing of individual (seminar) work26 h26 h
     Composing of presentation10 h12 h
     Preparation for final test0 h50 h
     Preparation for final oral exam50 h0 h
Total140 h140 h
Assessment methods:
Requirement typeDaily attendanceCombined form
Active lecture/seminar/workshop/tutorial participation5 %10 %
Term paper10 %10 %
Presentation5 %5 %
Mid-term test(s)15 %15 %
Final oral exam60 %60 %
Special requirements and details5 %0 %
Total100 %100 %
Course completion:
Conditions for succesfull examination:
- max. 1 unauthorized absence
- working out and presentation of semestral paper
- passing of half-semestr test and oral examination
Support for combined/distance forms of study:
Presentations from full-time courses are available on server of documents.
Reading list:
Language of instruction: Czech
GROS A KOLEKTIV, I. Velká kniha logistiky. Praha: VŠCHT Praha, 2016. 512 p. ISBN 978-80-7080-952-5.
JIRSÁK, P. -- VINŠ, M. -- MERVART, M. -- PERNICA, P. -- HOLMAN, D. Logistika pro ekonomy - vstupní logistika. In: JIRSÁK, P. -- VINŠ, M. -- PERNICA, P. -- MERVART, P. Logistika pro ekonomy.: Vstupní logistika. 1st ed. Praha: Wolters Kluwer Česká republika, 2012. p. 196--202. ISBN 978-80-7357-958-6.
Language of instruction: English
CHRISTOPHER, M. Logistics & Supply Chain Management. Edinburgh: Prentice Hall, 2011. ISBN 978-0-273-73112-2.
LENORT, R. -- BUJAK, A. -- GESTRING, I. -- HOLMAN, D. -- IMPPOLA, J. -- KOZIOL, A. -- LIEBETRUTH, T. -- SOVIAR, J. -- STAŠ, D. -- WICHER, P. Sustainable Solutions for Supply Chain Management. 1st ed. Waldkirchen: rw&w Science & New Media Passau-Berlin-Prague, 2017. 184 p. ISBN 978-3-946915-17-1.

Study plans:
N-EM-GPFRE Corporate Finance Management in the Global Environment, full-time form, initial academic year WS 2014/2015
N-EM-GPP Law in the Global Business Environment, full-time form, initial academic year SS 2014/2015
N-EM-GPP Law in the Global Business Environment, full-time form, initial academic year WS 2017/2018
N-EM-FRP Corporate Finance Management in the Global Environment, part-time form, initial academic year WS 2017/2018
N-EM-GPME Marketing Management in the Global Environment, full-time form, initial academic year WS 2018/2019
N-EM-GPFRE Corporate Finance Management in the Global Environment, full-time form, initial academic year WS 2018/2019
N-EMEN Economics and Management, full-time form, initial academic year WS 2019/2020
N-EMCZ Economics and Management, full-time form, initial academic year SS 2019/2020
Run in the period of: SS 2019/2020, WS 2019/2020, SS 2018/2019, WS 2018/2019, SS 2017/2018, WS 2017/2018   (and older)
Course tutor: Ing. David Holman, Ph.D. (examiner, instructor, lecturer, supervisor)
Teaching language: Czech, English
Room: Mladá Boleslav

Last modification made by Ing. David Holman, Ph.D. on 09/05/2019.

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