Logistics: Management and Supply Chain Essay

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Minor Logistics
Operations
Presentatie titel
MIRBSLM114OP
N.J. Osentoski-Monsma & A. Nielsen-de Vries
Lecturers Logistics
Room D2.173 osenj@hr.nl / vriad@hr.nl

Rotterdam, 00 januari 2007

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Corporate strategy

Business strategy

Operations Strategy
Mission
Objectives
(cost, quality, flexibility, delivery)

Functional strategies in marketing, finance, engineering, human resources, and information systems

Strategic Decisions (process, quality system, capacity, and inventory)
Distinctive
Competence

Consistent pattern of decisions

Operations Strategy Process
(Figure 2.1)

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Course organization

Logistics

Semester 1
Block 1

Year 1

Block 2

Projects & Junior
Enterprise
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The best decision-making will depend on the situation.
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Cross-Functional Decision Making
• Operations as the primary production function.
• Other primary functions:
• Marketing
• Finance

• Supporting functions: all others
• Major cross-functional decision making relationships (See
Table 1.2)

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Input

Operations as a Process

Transformation
(Conversion)
Process

Output

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Input

Transformation
Fabrication

Transformation
Assembly

Output

Fabrication: making the parts
Assembly: putting the parts together
Operations as a Process

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Energy
Materials
Labor
Capital

Transformation
(Conversion)
Process

Goods or
Services

Information

Feedback information for control of process inputs and process technology
Operations as a Process (Figure 1.2)

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External business environment Outputs

Inputs
Energy
Materials
Labor
Capital

Transformation
(Conversion)
Process

Goods or
Services

Information

Feedback information for control of process

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