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Management and Organizational Studies 3330A/B Study Guide - Radio-Frequency Identification, Customer Switching, Vertical Integration


Department
Management and Organizational Studies
Course Code
MOS 3330A/B
Professor
Kevin Thompson

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Supply Chain Management
Supply chain a network of facilities, functions and activities
involved in producing and delivering products or services from
suppliers to customers
Supply chain management
o Coordination of the movement of goods through the supply
chain
o Control of information such as sales data, sales forecasts,
promotions and inventory levels
Traditional Views of Supply Chains
Supplier
Manufacturer
Wholesale distribution
Retailers
Customers
Network Views of Supply Chains
Active ingredients
o Formulation
Tier 1 suppliers primary packaging, secondary
packaging
Packaging
Distributor
o Retail pharmacy
Customer
E-Supply Chain
Suppliers manufacturers wholesale distributors retailers
o Supply data….
Supply chain subjects
Logistics (activities)
o Shipping and delivery, transportation costs, mode, lead time
and traffic management
Highway flexible

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Rail or water low cost
Pipeline high volume
o Distribution management
Facility location proximity to customers, business
climate, quality of labour, infrastructure
Positioning of inventory
o Third party logistics
Outsourcing freight consolidation and distributive
activities
International business
Purchasing (acquisition)
o Ordering and receiving materials
Correct quality and quantity
Good price
On time
o Purchasing cycle
o Interface with accounting, engineering, legal debt, etc.
o Develop a supplier base select, evaluate and maintain
sourcing
Sourcing (acquisition)
o Selecting suppliers
Price
Quality
Service
Location
Inventory policy
Flexibility
o Supplier selection strategies
Single sourcing
Quantity discount
More responsive
Frequent deliveries
Multiple sourcing
Competitive pricing
Spreading risks
Low dependence
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