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Tronc Commun - UE-M-MILES-SCALE-DFM : 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.

Unités constitutives

Enseignement Type d'enseignement Domaines Catégorie d'enseignement Volume horaire Responsables Lien Campus
MOD-M-MS-ConWIP ConWIP Tronc Commun 6 Anne-Marie BARTHE-DELANOË
MOD-M-MS-DDMRPetCCPM DDMRP et CCPM Tronc Commun 30 Anne-Marie BARTHE-DELANOË
MOD-M-MS-MarkLog Marketing Logistics Tronc Commun 6 Anne-Marie BARTHE-DELANOË

45 heures en présentiel
réparties en:
  • Travail en Autonomie programmé à l'EDT : 45
  • Cours Magistraux : 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

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.

Pour les élèves du diplômeGestion mention Supply Chain And Lean Management

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

Support pédagogique multimédia

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