Logistics management project

EM054M8AA

Program
PGE
PGE 2A - SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
UE
Logistics project management
Semester
A
Discipline
Supply chain management
Contact hours
27 H
Number of spots
25
ECTS
5
Open to visitors
Yes
Language
Coordinator
Samia CHEHBI GAMOURA


Pedagogical contribution of the course to the program

Développer un management à impact grâce aux connaissances et aux outils les plus récents dans les domaines du management

Developing a strategic and managerial vision in a complex, uncertain and changing environment
Evaluate sustainable managerial practices using managerial concepts and instruments as well as digital tools
Design solutions adapted to organizational problems by applying relevant methodologies

Mettre en place un management responsable par des pratiques reflétant les valeurs d’éthique, de diversité et de développement durable

Co-creating responsible management in one's professional practice

Pratiquer un management à impact dans un environnement multiculturel et international, porté par un "European mindset"

Communicate in a professional context in (foreign) languages, in writing and/or orally

Description

The purpose of this course is to provide students with the main techniques and practical skills for controlling, planning, tracking, and evaluating projects related to logistics.

Teaching methods

Face-to-face

- Lectures
- Tutorials

In group

- Exercises
- Projects

Interaction

- Discussions/debates

Others

No items in this list have been checked.

Learning objectives

Cognitive domain

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to
  • - (level 4) Analyze and discover the various methodologies adopted by companies to deliver the adequate methodology of managing logistics projects,
  • - (level 5) Develop the tasks and plannings related to a context/issue in a project preparation process
  • - (level 5) Set up the main aspects of conducting a project: tasks, time, resources, cost, procurement, etc.
  • - (level 6) Assess , control, plan, track, and evaluate projects related to logistics.

Affective domain

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to
None affective domain have been associated with this course yet

Outline

General Project Management 1.1. Project 1.1.1. Definition 1.1.2. Introduction by Example 1.1.3. Categories 1.1.4. Types 1.2. Management 1.2.1. Definition 1.2.2. History 1.3. Managing a Project 1.3.1. Definition 1.3.2. Etymology 1.3.3. History 1.3.4. PDCA: Scientific Method 1.3.5. Iron Triangle QCT 1.3.5.1. Cost Management 1.3.5.2. Time Management 1.3.5.3. Quality Management 1.3.6. Risk Management 1.3.6.1. Unexpected Tasks 1.3.7. Resource Management 1.3.8. Communication Management 1.3.9. Procurement Management 1.3.10. Integration Management 1.3.11. Technical Flow Chart 1.3.12. Life Cycle 1.3.13. Planning ----------Logistics Plant Visit (FM Logistic) 1.3.14. Pilotage 1.3.15. Reporting 1.3.16. Intellectual property 1.3.17. Cost Analysis 1.3.18. Dash board 1.3.19. Management tools 1.3.20. Maintenance Management 1.3.21. Project Manager . Logistics and Management 2.1. Logistics Characteristics 2.2. Logistics Network Design: 2.2.1. Distribution Design and Impact 2.2.2. Warehouse Design and Impact 2.3. Logistics Processes Improvement 2.4. Logistics Turnarounds Optimization 2.5. Logistics Outsourcing 2.6. Process Plant Management 2.7. Project Expansion Decision: 2.7.1. Off-shoring 2.7.2. Near-shoring 2.7.3. On-Shoring 2.8. Changes Management 2.9. Customer Management 2.10. Supplier Management 2.11. Tender Management 2.12. Disaster Management

No prerequisite has been provided

Knowledge in / Key concepts to master

Logistics, MS Excel MS Project

Teaching material

Mandatory tools for the course

- Computer
- Other :

Documents in all formats


- Worksheets

Moodle platform

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Software

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Additional electronic platforms


- Other :

Recommended reading


Book: ‘Project Management : Case Studies’ by Harold Kerzner. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Editions.  Book: ‘Project Management Workbook: A systems approach to Planning, Scheduling, and Controlling’ by Harold Kerzner. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Editions.  Book: ‘Project Management Made Easy’ by Entrepreneur Press and Sid Kemp.  Book: ‘L’essentiel de la Gestion de Projet’ by Roger Aïm. Les Carrés Editions.  Book: ‘Le grand livre de la gestion de projet: Méthodologie de Stucturation et de Gestion d’un Projet Industriel’ by Jean-Yves Moine. Afnor Editions.


Web Research browsers, papers

EM Research: Be sure to mobilize at least one resource

Textbooks, case studies, translated material, etc. can be entered
- A guide to the project management body of knowledge : PMBOK® guide (Bibliothèque PEGE - EM Strasbourg) - Project management : case studies (Bibliothèque PEGE - EM Strasbourg)

Assessment

List of assessment methods

Intermediate assessment / continuous assessment 1Other (date, pop quiz, etc.) : 4
Written and oral (20 Min.) / Group / English / Weight : 30 %
Details : Practical Part (Mini-Project & rewarding) (PCS): 30% Practical mini-project by groups. Homework of 2 weeks. Mini-project on a real-world case study based on a visit to a logistic enterprise. Preparation and defense through a presentation in class. 15min duration for the presentation and 5min for questions/answers. Proceeding by vote for evaluation.
This evaluation is used to measure LO1.1, LO1.3, LO2.1
Final evaluationExam week
Written (120 Min.) / Individual / English / Weight : 70 %
Details : Theoretical Part (Written Exam) (TWE): 70% Written exam with supervision in class. Duration of 180 minutes (last session). Theoretical and practical questions of real-world problems and case studies to resolve. Individual efforts.
No assessment methods have been attributed to this course yet.