Supply Chain Design

Supply Chain Design

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104 h
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  • 10 Sequences
  • Advanced Level
  • Starts on June 18, 2024
  • Ends on September 19, 2024

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Syllabus

Week 1: Overview of Supply Chain Design: Introduction to Network Flow models.
Week 2: Basic Supply Chain Network Design: Facility Location and Network Design problems.
Week 3: Advanced Supply Chain Network Design: Modeling multiple products, multiple echelons, and multiple time periods.
Week 4: Supply Chain Finance I: Activity Based Costing, Working Capital, and Cash-to-Cash conversation cycle.
Week 5: Supply Chain Finance II: Discounted cash flow analysis and capital budgeting and investing.
Week 6: Supplier Management I: Auctions, sourcing, and procurement.
Week 7: Supplier Management II: Optimization based procurement, and risk sharing.
Week 8: Production Planning: Introduction to Bills of Material (BOM), Material Resource Planning (MRP) systems, and Distribution Resource Planning (DRP) systems.
Week 9: Demand Management: Challenges of collaboration with customers and management levers to improve coordination.
Week 10: Process & Organizational Design: The design of the supply chain organization itself.

Instructors

Chris Caplice
Director, MITx MicroMasters Program in Supply Chain Management
MIT

Yossi Sheffi
Faculty
MIT

James Blayney Rice
Deputy Director, CTL
MIT

Jarrod Goentzel
Lecturer, Supply Chain Management
MIT

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