Syllabus - Models for Supply Chain Management OEM 20099...

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Models for Supply Chain Management OEM 20099 Summer 2008 ESI 6323, 3 credits Instructor: Joseph Geunes Office: 450 Weil Hall e-mail: geunes@ise.ufl.edu Telephone: 392-1464 x2012 Teaching Assistant: Semra Agrali e-mail: sagrali@ufl.edu Course Description (3 Credits): This course covers the essential elements of Supply Chain Management, which consist of controlling and coordinating activities such as order processing, purchasing, material storage and handling, production scheduling, packaging, transportation and setting customer service standards. We will learn how these activities are successfully modeled, planned, and controlled in manufacturing and service industries. The decisions and strategies regarding transport and inventory, which are the most important parts of Business Logistics for a firm, are highlighted. During the course, we will discuss many case studies of manufacturing and service firms in the US and abroad with a focus on their supply chain activities. Textbook:
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