Integral Logistics Management — Operations Management and Supply Chain Management Within and Across Companies

3.7 References

AbNu08Abele, E., Näher, U., Strube, G., Sykes, R. (Hrsg.), “Global Production: A Handbook for Strategy and Implementation,” Springer, Berlin, 2008
APIC16Pittman, P. et al., APICS Dictionary, 15th Edition, APICS, Chicago, IL, 2016
BuVo11Bunse, K, Vodicka, M., Schönsleben, P., Brühlhart, M., Ernst, F., “Integrating Energy Efficiency Performance in Production Management — Gap Analysis between Industrial Needs and Scientific Literature,” Journal of Cleaner Production, 2011, doi:10.1016/j.jclepro.2010.11.011
Chop03Chopra, S., “Designing the distribution network in a supply chain,” Transportation Research: Part E: Vol. 39, No. 2, pp.123–140, 2003
Cars02Carson, R., “Silent Spring,” 40th Edition, Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 2002
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DaHe05Davis, M., Heineke, J., “Operations Management — Integrating Manufacturing and Services,” 5th Edition, McGraw-Hill, 2005
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Kink12Kinkel, S., “Trends in production relocation and backshoring activities,” International Journal of Operations & Production Management, Vol. 32, Issue 6, pp. 696–720, 2012
KoMa04Korhonen, J., von Malmborg, F., Strachan, P.A., Ehrenfeld, J.R., “Manage­ment and Policy Aspects of Industrial Ecology: An Emerging Research Agenda,” Business Strategy and the Environment, 13(5) 2004, pp. 289–305
Mead77Meadows, D.H., “The Limits to Growth: A Report for the Club of Rome's Project on the Predicament of Mankind,” 2nd Edition, Universe Books, New York, 1977
OeNa10Oehmen, J., DeNardo, M., Schönsleben, P., Boutellier, R., “Supplier Code of Conduct — State-of-the-Art and Customisation in the Electronics Industry,” Production Planning & Control, 21(7) 2010, pp. 664–679
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Pato01Paton, B., “Efficiency Gains Within Firms under Voluntary Environmental Initiatives,” Journal of Cleaner Production, 9(2) 2001, pp. 167–178
Pleh13Plehn, J., “Ein Leistungsmesssystem zur integrierten Bewertung der Ökoeffizienz von Produktionsunternehmen — Reduktion der Unsicherheit bei der Kennzahlenauswahl und –interpretation,” Dissertation ETH Zürich, Nr. 21225, Zürich, 2013
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Course sections and their intended learning outcomes

  • Course 3 – Supply Chain Design: Location Planning and Sustainability

    Intended learning outcomes: Produce design options for global production, distribution, service, and transportation networks. Describe location selection / configuration for a production network using qualitative / quantitative methods. Explain the concept of sustainability with reference to the triple bottom line. Disclose economic opportunities for social and environmental commitment as well as energy management concepts.

  • 3.1 Design Options for Integrated Production, Distribution, Service, and Transportation Networks

    Intended learning outcomes: Explain design options for global production networks, distribution networks, service networks, and transportation networks. Describe the network structure for decentralized distribution, and design options for retail networks. Disclose the integration of the portfolios.

  • 3.2 Location Selection and Location Configuration

    Intended learning outcomes: Differentiate between location selection and location configuration. Explain location selection using qualitative methods and factor rating. Describe location selection and location configuration with linear programming.

  • 3.3 Sustainable Supply Chains

    Intended learning outcomes: Explain the changing concept of sustainability with reference to the triple bottom line. Disclose economic opportunities for social commitment and for environmental commitment. Describe energy management concepts and measures for improved environmental performance. Produce an overview on the measurement of the environmental performance. Present social and environmental dimensions in industrial practice.

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