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Tronc Commun - UE-M-MILES-IGMM : Demand & Flow Management

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Descriptif

Developing a customer oriented point of view on Supply Chain Management. Particularly, this module will develop interactions between Marketing and Sales with SUpply Chain business processes, and pull-flow strategies such as Demand-Driven Planning & Critical Chain (including certification DDP) and Constant Work-In-Process (ConWiP). 

Objectifs pédagogiques

Course 6.1 : Marketing Logistics

  • Be able to implement a Distribution Requirements Planning (DRP)
  • Know the Efficient Consumer Response toolbox and its main tools (Cross Docking, Vendor Managed Inventory, Collaborative Planning Forecasting Replenishment)
  • Know the main rules and technologies for tracking and trace material flows (ISO standard, barcoding systems, RFID…)
  • Understand the main challenges that are imposed to Supply Chain Management by marketing and commercial functions
  • Know the main business processes of a Sales Administration Department and the postponement (delayed differentiation) mechanism

Course 6.2 : Demand-Driven Planning & Critical Chain (DDP certification)

  • Know the limits of usual MRP II approaches
  • Understand the flow and demand management benefits, particularly regarding the different types of buffers (inventory, time and capacity)
  • Know the planning and execution of DDMRP technique
  • Be able to implement DDMRP on simple cases.
  • Be ready to get the DDP credential.
  • Know the principles of Critical Chain Project Management approach and its benefits

Course 6.3 : Constant Work-In-Process (ConWIP)

  • Know the main techniques of pull-flow strategies.
  • Understand the Constant Work-In-Process technique for managing material flows.
  • Implement it on a specific use-case through a computer-aided simulation approach.

45 heures en présentiel
réparties en:
  • Cours Magistraux : 45
  • Projet : heures encadrées présentielles : 45

Soit 150 heures de travail global estimé pour l’étudiant.

effectifs minimal / maximal:

5/40

Diplôme(s) concerné(s)

Pour les élèves du diplômeManagement of International Lean and Supply chain projects

Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management Global Supply Chain Management Project Management

Format des notes

Numérique sur 20

Littérale/grade européen

Pour les élèves du diplômeManagement of International Lean and Supply chain projects

Vos modalités d'acquisition :

MCQ Test

Group Case studies

individual Exams

Le rattrapage est autorisé
    L'UE est acquise si Note finale >= 10 et aucune Note finaledes Modules <10
    • Crédits ECTS acquis : 9 ECTS

    La note obtenue rentre dans le calcul de votre GPA.

    Programme détaillé

    Course 6.1 : Marketing Logistics

    • Distribution Requirement Planning
    • ECR, inclunding cross-docking, VMI, CPFR, EDI, and barcoding.
    • Marketing & Sales relationships
    • Postponment and delayed differentiation

    Course 6.2 : Demand-Driven Planning & Critical Chain (DDP certification)

    Session 1: NFTF 1 (8 hours)

        • The MRP Revolution
        • Evidence of a Problem
        • The New Normal
        • Plossl’s First Law
        • Demonstrate Flow’s importance in industry
        • Plossl’s Law Caveat
        • “MRP versus Lean” Conflict
        • What “Demand Driven” really means
        • Demand Driven Operating Model
        • Demand Driven MRP

    Session 2: FTF 1 (8 hours)

        • Six Positioning Factor
        • Decoupled Lead time
        • Matrix Bill of Material
        • Inventory – Asset or Liability
        • Buffer Profiles
        • Buffer Zones
        • Calculating Buffer Levels
        • Recalculated Adjustments
        • Planned Adjustments
        • Manual Adjustments
        • Factors for Planning Adjustment Factors

    Session 3: FTF 2 (3 hours)

        • Part Planning Designations
        • DDMRP Planning Process
        • Supply Order Generation for Stocked Items
        • DDDRP Supply Order Generation Considerations
        • Supply Generation for Non-Stocked Items
        • Decoupled Explosion
        • Prioritized Share
        • Challenging Priority by Due Date
        • Buffer Status Alerts
        • Synchronization Alerts
        • Execution Collaboration

    Session 4: NFTF 2 (3 hours)

        • DDMRP Strategic Buffer Criteria
        • DDMRP and Safety Stock
        • DDMRP and Order Point
        • DDMRP and Scheduling
        • DDMRP and WIP Priority Management
        • Compare/contrast MRP, Lean and DDMRP
        • DDS&OP
        • Analytics for Master Settings changes and model improvement
        • DDS&OP protection for critical strategic impacts
        • Program Summary
        • Expected Benefits of DDMRP
        • Get Started with DDMRP

    Course 6.3 : Constant Work-In-Process (ConWIP)

    • Basic concepts of ConWIP
    • Application on concrete cases

    Mots clés

    Demand-Driven MRP, Distribution Requirement Planning, Efficient Consumer Response, ConWiP, Critical Chain Project Management

    Méthodes pédagogiques

    Face-to-Face sessions, Non Face-to-Face sessions, Exercices, Use Cases

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