Syllabus - Supply_Chain_Manage_MGMT_5370_Summer_2021.pdf -...

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Meeting Times Please note that the 8 week course will run from June 1 to July 23rd 100% online Virtual Office Hours Tuesdays 6:30 to 7:30pm Contact Information Course Title: Supply Chain Management Course Number: MGMT 5370 Course Section: 48F and 6B Department: Marketing and Management Professor: Mr. Dale Fontenot Office Hours: Tuesday 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm; Weekends based on Student Requests Contact Information: LU email: [email protected] Do email me via Blackboard email. Use Lamar email as secondary option. Office: GB208 Phone: 409-880-7089 SAP Help Desk Info: Liz Simmons [email protected] GB214 409-880-7220 Main Campus · College of Business · Department of Business Supply Chain Manage MGMT-5370 Summer 2021 Section 00 3 Credits 06/01/2021 to 08/09/2021 Modified 06/01/2021 st 1 of 12
On-line Web Conferencing To enhance student-to-student and instructor-to-student interaction, Online Web Conferences utilizing Blackboard Collaborate have been scheduled for every Tuesday evening from 6:30pm-7:30pm Central Standard Time. I will embed the link to these Web Conferences in the course so you will have access under the Collaborate Ultra section. I will record each Web Conference so students who are unable to participate can access, review, and respond to our group discussions. Arrangements can be made for additional conferences as needed upon request. Catalog Description This course provides students with an interactive view of the supply chain function and the role played by the supply chain manager in the overall organization. The use and applications of information in the supply chain functions are included. the course also explores the different processes that are associated with supply chain management. Objectives Students who successfully complete this course will be able to: Determine the concepts of supply chain management and logistics Identify the key differences between logistics and supply chain management Distinguish market power influences through the management of a supply Outline basic theories and principles that underlie supply chain Explain the processes associated with supply chain Demonstrate knowledge of SAP ERP/SCM systems in the management of the supply chains. Outcomes After completing the SAP Component of this course, you will be able to: Transfer Master Data from SAP ERP to SAP SCM and create SAP SCM specific modeling data to complete the Supply Identify where to add Master Data to SAP SCM to have a fully functional Supply Chain Planning Develop a complete supply chain model in SAP SCM based on SAP ERP Master Describe the modeling options available in SAP SCM and their effects on the SAP ERP Create a feasible production plan in SCM Course Materials Required Text: “Global Logistics and Chain Supply Management” Authors: Mangan, Lalwani, Butcher, Javapour; 2nd edition ISBN: 9781119998846 Publisher: Wiley Article Reading List: All Mary and John Gray Library materials are located on Blackboard. Check Blackboard regularly for due dates regarding specific content.

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