Demand-Driven Supply Chain Planning
- type: lecture
- semester: WS 20/21
- lecturer: Josef Packowski
- sws: 3
- lv-no.: 2550510
Die Veranstaltung findet voraussichtlich am 19.11., 20.11., 03.12, 04.12. ganztägig statt.
Limited number of participants - application required:
For details see German version
Supply Chain Management involves the coordination of different parties within and across companies, such as sales and marketing affiliates, manufacturing sites, logistics, suppliers, customers, and wholesalers. With increasing size of an organization and its supply chain structures, global supply chain management (SCM) requires adequate visibility and decision support. Furthermore SCM is today increasingly faced with the need of a new Demand Driven operating model for the highly digital interlinked Supply Chains and the highly volatile and complex business environment becoming the New Normal. Advanced Planning Systems like SAP SCM APO and SAP IBP (Integrated Business Planning) are used to standardize global planning processes and to solve the required planning tasks, such as statistical forecasting, inventory and supply network planning. In many large corporations, they form today the backbone of global supply chain planning.
This course discusses how SCM and Demand Driven Adaptive Planning Principals can be supported by integrated business planning systems. Key topics include demand planning, supply network planning, production planning & scheduling, as well as other related topics, such as global availability check, inventory & supply network replenishment.