Demand-Driven Supply Chains: Using Lean Principles to Drive Innovation

Overview

Course name Demand-Driven Supply Chains: Using Lean Principles to Drive Innovation
Institution Pennsylvania State University - Smeal College of Business, Center for Supply Chain Research
Location USA, Pennsylvania
Website www.smeal.psu.edu/psep/open/collaboration/leansc
Language English
Contact information

Email: psep@psu.edu

1-800-311-6364 or 814-865-3435

Details

Course objective

The concept of Lean is nothing new; however, applying Lean principles in an extended supply chain context is new territory for a tried and true practice. Learn a systemic approach for applying Lean thinking to your supply chain challenges. Topics include:

-Lean principles, building blocks, and value stream mapping

-Lean and Enterprise Supply Chains

-Rapid Replenishment industry case study

-Simulation exercise for applied learning

Sector Private
General course topics Variety/range of logistics topics in some detail
Specific course topics

Lean Thinking: Principles and Building Blocks

-Focus on Value, Identify Waste

-Elements of a Lean System

-Value Stream Mapping (VSM) and Analysis

-JIT, Jidoka, and critical Lean tools

Lean and Manufacturing

-Extended supply chain (scope)

-Interpretation of tools

-Examples of Lean projects

Lean and Enterprise Supply Chains

-Improvement within supply chain functions

-Integrated SCM (within the enterprise)

-Customer Relationship Management (CRM)

-Collaborative product design and management

Extended Lean Across the Supply Chain

-Lean with customers and suppliers

-Demand planning

-Supply sourcing and relationship management

-Data management synchronization, visibility, and security

-Joint opportunities for Lean

-Customer collaboration and planned order systems

Implementing Lean in the Supply Chain

-Effective Leadership Models for personal and organizational change

-Relationship between logistics and customer satisfaction

-Methodologies for measuring effectiveness

Lean Simulation

Demand-Driven Supply Chains: Using Lean Principles to Drive Innovation includes a comprehensive simulation that drives home the power of an effective Lean system. Participant teams will assume the role of a prime contractor and three sub-contractors working to complete a 30-month government contract to build and deliver 15 F35V Strike Fighter Aircraft. Completed in three distinct rounds illustrating phases of an organization\'s transformation.

Total time commitment 40
Focus commodity Not indicated
Accredited No
Accredited by Not indicated - please contact the course host for this information.
Degree name This course can count towards a Certificate in Supply Chain Operational Excellence
Attendance mode In-person
Incentives No
Incentives description

N/A

Logistics Topics Coverage % (estimate) 100
Audience Program Manager
Pre-requisites No
Pre-requisites description

N/A

Course fee $4,950
Course fee description

Includes all instructional materials, private room accommodations, and meals.

Discount available Yes
Discount description

Fees vary. Lower fees exist for CSCMP members and Center for Supply Chain Research Corporate Sponsors. See website for more details.

Course included in analysis No
Additional comments

The dates for this course have not yet been determined. Please contact the course host for more information.

If this course is taken with Processes and Tools for Supply Chain Success and Demand-Driven Supply Chains: Using Lean Principles to Drive Innovation a Certificate in Supply Chain Operational Excellence will be awarded.