Diploma in Logistics and Administration of the Supply Chain: Strategy, Design and Operations

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Program Description

objective

Obtain comprehensive training in the different areas of logistics and supply chain from middle management and management through tools, development of knowledge and skills necessary for design, and the proper administration and operation of the supply chain.


Benefits of the program

  • You will acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to evaluate, plan and implement solutions to problems in the supply chain and logistics with the help of analytical methods.
  • You will translate business strategies in terms of the supply chain.
  • You will develop and expand the vision and perspective of the supply chain and logistics.
  • You can guide the activities of the supply chain to the customer service.
  • You will increase productivity in the areas of logistics and supply chain.
  • You will acquire knowledge of the use of software for decision making.


Addressed to

Supervisors, department heads and managers of the different areas of a company; It is not a requirement to have experience in the area.


Content of the program

The Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management: Strategy, Design and Operation consists of seven modules, which total 120 hours of study.

Module 1. Analysis and Design of the Supply Chain and Logistic Operations (16 hours)

  • Concepts of logistics and supply chain.
  • Evolution of logistics to the integration of supply chains.
  • Strategic alignment and reengineering concepts.
  • Integration and mapping of the supply chain.
  • Evaluation and importance of customer service as an integrating vision of the value chain.

Module 2. Flow of Materials, Design of the Supply Chain, Integration and Administration (20 hours)

  • Prognostic algorithms
  • Distribution centers.
  • Location of facilities.
  • Design of the supply chain.
  • Cross-docking (X-dock).
  • Transportation administration.
  • Distribution.
  • Distribution channels.
  • Re-engineering and the importance of the routes.

Module 3. Flow of Information, Inventories and Supply of Demand (16 hours)

  • Interface between logistics and production.
  • General concepts of inventories.
  • Methods and techniques of batch production.
  • Physical control of the inventory and cyclical counting.
  • Inventory management for distribution.
  • Re-order points.
  • Information systems applied.
  • Prognostic algorithms
  • Inventory management systems (MRP, MRPII, DRP, ERP, APS and SAP).
  • Algorithms of systems used in information flows.
  • Information systems for manufacturing (MRP).
  • Basic concepts of statistics.
  • Probabilistic inventories.
  • Modeling in Excel packages.
  • Cost components.

Module 4. The Logistics System: Its Strategic Integration (16 hours)

  • Performance of the logistics system.
  • The virtuous cycle of order management (order to cash).
  • Organization of the cycle of orders and processing of flows.
  • Measurement of performance and response times.
  • Control of the logistics system.
  • Tracking and tracking of orders: handling of service failures and consumer protection regulations.
  • Conservation of control and visibility of the product.
  • Integration of strategies in the logistics system.
  • Competition based on time (time-based competition).
  • Real time logistics (real time logistics).
  • Reverse logistics
  • Security technology in logistics systems.

Module 5. Flow and Knowledge Management Logistics Operations (16 hours)

  • Interface between logistics and marketing.
  • Patterns of behavior of new customers and new market types.
  • The realization of marketing as a business strategy in logistics.
  • Structure and functions of the Customer Relationship Administration (CRM).
  • The Administration of the Relationship with Suppliers (SRM).
  • Integration and mapping of the supply chain.
  • Evaluation and importance of customer service as an integral vision of the value chain.

Module 6. The Logistic Business System: Supply Chains and Global Requirements (20 hours)

  • Feasibility of logistic projects.
  • Interface of logistics with financial engineering.
  • Importance of the financial evaluation of the logistics service.
  • Use of strategic financial planning in logistics projects.
  • Costs of operating systems and integrating customer service.
  • Information systems for the financial evaluation of distribution.
  • Supply chains.
  • Analysis of the supply process.
  • Production cycle of the supply process.
  • Customers and internal suppliers.
  • Selection and development of suppliers.
  • Level of service to clients.
  • Notions of e-logistics and e-procurement.
  • International negotiation techniques.
  • Forms of association with suppliers.
  • Purchase conditions and negotiations.
  • Flow of international material (cross-border).
  • International physical distribution.
  • Customs law and legal framework.
  • International strategic direction.

Module 7. Integration of Supply Chain Management (16 hours)

  • Resolution of practical cases according to what was learned during the course.

Last updated October 2018

About the School

El Tecnológico de Monterrey es una institución de carácter privado, sin fines de lucro, independiente y ajena a partidos políticos y religiosos. Fue fundado en 1943 gracias a la visión del empresario ... Read More

El Tecnológico de Monterrey es una institución de carácter privado, sin fines de lucro, independiente y ajena a partidos políticos y religiosos. Fue fundado en 1943 gracias a la visión del empresario mexicano Eugenio Garza Sada. Su labor es apoyada por asociaciones civiles integradas por destacados líderes de todo el país, comprometidos con la calidad de la educación superior y con el desarrollo de México. Read less
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