Quality of Supply Chain management and Global Logistics

Contents

Unit 1

  1. Information Flows and  Technology
  2. The Role Of Information In Global Supply  Chains
  3. Information  Visibility  And Transparency
  4. Information  Technology Applications
  5. e-Business
  6. Electronic data interchange (EDI)
  7. Enterprise resource planning  (ERP)
  8. Collaborative planning, forecasting and replenishment (CPFR)
  9. Vendor managed inventory (VMI)
  10. Warehouse management systems (WMS)
  11. Radio Frequency Identification (Rfid)
  12. Global Standards
  13. Supply Chain  Knowledge Management
  14. Notes

Unit 2

  1. The  University of Hull
  2. Financial Accounting
  3. Financial accounts
  4. Financial Management
  5. International business
  6. Borrowing
  7. Management Accounting
  8. Costing
  9. Activity-based costing
  10. Using non-financial information
  11. Notes

Unit 3

  1. Microsoft
  2. Basic Measurement
  3. A Contemporary Viewpoint
  4. Driving  Forces for Performance  Measurement
  5. 1. Increased reliance on contract manufacturers
  6. 2. Strategic importance of LSPs to supply chain success
  7. 3. Adoption of manufacturing management principles
  8. 4. Impact on customer experience
  9. 5. Increased competition
  10. 6. Information technology improvements
  11. 7. Empowerment practices
  12. 8. Employee motivation
  13. Selecting the best measures
  14. Benchmarking costs and other variables
  15. Number of metrics to report
  16. Designing key performance indicators
  17. Sources of data
  18. Commonly Used Metrics
  19. Inventory/Warehouse  Related Metrics
  20. Receiving
  21. Put-away
  22. Inventory accuracy
  23. Logistics  Costs Performance
  24. Total landed costs
  25. 3PL cost models
  26. (i) Cost plus margin
  27. (ii) Transactional pricing
  28. (iii) Alternative pricing models
  29. Notes
  30. Further Reading
  31. Part two Case  Studies
  32. Cranfield School of Management
  33. Receiving
  34. Storage
  35. Order Picking
  36. Despatch
  37. Direct to Customer
  38. Gift Lists
  39. Warehouse  Management System
  40. Staffing Considerations
  41. The Future
  42. Notes
  43. Deutsche Post/DHL
  44. The  University of Hull
  45. Investor Ratios
  46. Management Ratios
  47. Capital Structure  and Liquidity
  48. Gate Gourmet: Success Means Getting to the Plane on   Time1
  49. Business-Critical Processes
  50. Hand-Crafted  Food Manufacturing
  51. The Wider Supply Chain
  52. Note
  53. Supplier Evaluation at  EADS1
  54. European Business School
  55. EADS and the Aerospace  Industry
  56. The Supply Situation in  the Aerospace  Industry
  57. The Supply Organisation of  EADS
  58. The Supply Strategy of  EADS
  59. The Supplier Evaluation System of  EADS
  60. The Supplier Structure of  EADS
  61. John's  Suggestions  for Improvement
  62. Note

 

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