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Применение технологии Process Mining в управлении цепями поставок

Воронова А. П., Заходякин Г. В.

Логистика и управление цепями поставок. 2020. № 6(101). С. 26-36.

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Conceptual Framework of Agent-based Model of Relational Conflicts in Russian Retail

Morozova Y. A.

In bk.: Proceedings of Analytics for Management and Economics Conference AMEC 2019. St. Petersburg: 2019. P. 367-373.

Supply Chain Dynamics

2019/2020
Учебный год
ENG
Обучение ведется на английском языке
2
Кредиты
Статус:
Курс по выбору
Когда читается:
2-й курс, 2 модуль

Course Syllabus

Abstract

Supply Chains are complex systems involving multiple firms and organizations with different goals and objectives. Additionally, there are external forces and trends that can impact (positively or negatively) a supply chain’s efficiency and effectiveness. Understanding the dynamics and risks within supply chains, both large and small, is key to being a successful supply chain professional. This course builds on the fundamental models introduced in SC1x and the design trade-offs covered in SC2x. It is essentially a capstone in understanding how to successfully model, design, and manage a supply chain in any industry. We will divide the course into three sections. First, we will introduce the field of System Dynamics. Developed at MIT, system dynamics is an approach that examines and models complex systems that feature interacting, non-linear, and dynamic elements. The objective is to better understand the underlying features of a complex system and to recommend policies and other actions to improve overall performance. Second, we will explore the concepts of supply chain risk. Supply chains are subject to a wide number of potential disruptions – from both within and outside of the supply chain. Students will understand how supply chains can be better designed and managed to not only mitigate the downside of supply chain disruption but also to leverage and capture any upside. Finally, the students will engage in a series of more extended case studies and simulations that demonstrate these complex relationships. Actual case studies and examples from companies will be used to help students better prepare for actual situations. This course is part of a MicroMasters program. If you complete all courses in the MicroMasters program in 2018, GE will guarantee you an interview in Boston for an internship or full-time role. Open to Massachusetts residents only. https://www.edx.org/course/ctl-sc3x-supply-chain-dynamics-0
Learning Objectives

Learning Objectives

  • Learn how to manage and harness the dynamics and interactions between firms and entities within a supply chain
Expected Learning Outcomes

Expected Learning Outcomes

  • Supply chain risk management Supply Chain Dynamics End to End Supply Chain Management
Course Contents

Course Contents

  • Supply Chain Dynamics
    Supply Chains are complex systems involving multiple firms and organizations with different goals and objectives. Additionally, there are external forces and trends that can impact (positively or negatively) a supply chain’s efficiency and effectiveness. Understanding the dynamics and risks within supply chains, both large and small, is key to being a successful supply chain professional. This course builds on the fundamental models introduced in SC1x and the design trade-offs covered in SC2x. It is essentially a capstone in understanding how to successfully model, design, and manage a supply chain in any industry. We will divide the course into three sections. First, we will introduce the field of System Dynamics. Developed at MIT, system dynamics is an approach that examines and models complex systems that feature interacting, non-linear, and dynamic elements. The objective is to better understand the underlying features of a complex system and to recommend policies and other actions to improve overall performance. Second, we will explore the concepts of supply chain risk. Supply chains are subject to a wide number of potential disruptions – from both within and outside of the supply chain. Students will understand how supply chains can be better designed and managed to not only mitigate the downside of supply chain disruption but also to leverage and capture any upside. Finally, the students will engage in a series of more extended case studies and simulations that demonstrate these complex relationships. Actual case studies and examples from companies will be used to help students better prepare for actual situations.
Assessment Elements

Assessment Elements

  • non-blocking Итоговое компьютерное тестирование
    Прохождение тестов на странице курса на платформе edX
  • non-blocking Компьютерное тестирование по темам выполнения курса
    Выполняется на сайте курса
Interim Assessment

Interim Assessment

  • Interim assessment (2 module)
    Формула формируется организаторами курса и представлена на странице курса на платформе edX
Bibliography

Bibliography

Recommended Core Bibliography

  • Управление цепями поставок : учебник для бакалавров и магистров, Сергеев, В. И., 2014

Recommended Additional Bibliography

  • Logistics and supply chain management : creating value-adding networks, Christopher, M., 2005