SCL Course: Systems Operations and Strategic Interactions in Supply Chains

Event Details
  • Date/Time:
    • Friday May 15, 2020 - Saturday May 16, 2020
      8:30 am - 5:00 pm
  • Location: Georgia Tech Global Learning Center
  • Phone:
  • URL: https://pe.gatech.edu/global-learning-center
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  • Fee(s):
    Please see course registration page
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Contact

info@scl.gatech.edu

Summaries

Summary Sentence: Explore conceptual and modeling skills to understand and effectively manage use of scarce resources to meet the multiple, and often conflicting, short- and long-term supply chain goals.

Full Summary: This course will focus on conceptual and modeling skills to understand and effectively manage supply chains and operations from a systems perspective. Models will address system characteristics (e.g., demand dependencies) that drive system dynamics and policies to regulate performance. Course topics include methods for improving coordination and collaboration, addressing demand dependencies, and reliably measuring and evaluating system performance.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Often the lack of cooperation and coordination between organizations or stakeholders lead to inefficiencies, despite having common goals. A systems view is needed to ensure appropriate use of scarce resources to meet the multiple, and often conflicting, short- and long-term goals from multiple constituents. This course will focus on conceptual and modeling skills to understand and effectively manage supply chains and operations from a systems perspective. Models will address system characteristics (e.g., demand dependencies) that drive system dynamics and policies to regulate performance. Course topics include methods for improving coordination and collaboration, addressing demand dependencies, and reliably measuring and evaluating system performance.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This course is designed for representatives from governmental or non-governmental organizations, private corporations, military, and foundations, including but not limited to senior executives overseeing administrative and operational functions of an organization, logistics and supply chain managers, program managers, directors of field operations, directors of emergency/disaster preparedness and response, and public health professionals.

HOW YOU WILL BENEFIT

  • Identify opportunities for coordination within organizations and collaboration across organizations for increased efficiency and improved outcomes.
  • Describe the strategic behavior of decision-makers and the impact of the market (or contract) structure on the participant's actions and the overall system dynamics.
  • Define evaluation metrics in alignment with the system goals and structure system operations and incentives that address and evaluate these metrics.

WHAT IS COVERED

  • How coordination and collaboration can improve supply chain efficiency and effectiveness
  • How events, decisions and actions in one part of a system, such as a supply chain, impact other parts of the system
  • System-wide inventory variability and costs mitigation and reduction
  • Evaluation metrics

COURSE MATERIALS

Provided

  • Participants receive readings, case studies, spreadsheet files, and lecture slides, and will be given access to the pre-course web-based activities.

STUDENT REQUIREMENTS

Students need a laptop with Microsoft Excel and the ability to connect to a high-speed internet connection (internet access is provided for onsite portions of course).

COURSE PREREQUISITES

For those interested in earning the Health and Humanitarian Supply Chain Management Certificate, this course is the third and final of the three-course certificate program. To earn the certificate, participants must register and complete the following courses within three years:

  1. Responsive Supply Chain Design and Operations
  2. Inventory Management and Resource Allocation in Supply Chains
  3. Systems Operations and Strategic Interactions in Supply Chains

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Additional Information

In Campus Calendar
Yes
Groups

The Supply Chain and Logistics Institute (SCL), School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISYE)

Invited Audience
Public
Categories
Career/Professional development
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Status
  • Created By: Kori Thompson
  • Workflow Status: Draft
  • Created On: May 31, 2019 - 12:53pm
  • Last Updated: Apr 1, 2020 - 5:13pm