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Supply chains are generally considered as a network of nodes with each node adding value to products that swiftly flow through the logistics and IT pipelines connecting the nodes, finally emerging out as finished products for consumption. From the single owner vertical integrated network, supply chain networks have evolved into a globally dispersed multiple owner networks, each controlling the respective nodes and the links, in coordination and collaboration with other stakeholders. Further, many networks currently are global with majority of the nodes and links in emerging economies. The evolution of vertical foreign investments has increased the global trade and lead to the evolution of world class service organizations such as logistics firms, consulting organizations, etc. However, recent events have demonstrated that the efficiency contributors of SCNs can turn into risk creators. This is evident from the aftermath of the  2008 financial crisis and  decline in trade threatening de-globalization and the 2011 March 11, earthquake, tsunami, nuclear crisis & plant shutdowns in Japan that threatened supplies of semiconductors to car parts to the globe. There are also lots of government interventions in the production matters in the form of protectionist regulations and preferences to local firms in government procurements. Thus we see that the supply chains are affected by factors other than those relating to their partners and their performance such as the political and economic climate in the locations of the partners, delivery infrastructure in those locations, availability of the resources and host of other factors. There is a tremendous need for supply chain redesign. This course is a first step in that direction. The material of this course can be extended in several directions for further research.

 

Module

Lecture 

Name

 

Supply Chain Networks

1

Introduction to Global Supply Chain Networks Part- 1

2

Introduction to Global Supply Chain Networks Part -2

3

Zara- fast fashion

 

Introduction to Supply Chain Ecosystem

4

The Supply Chain Eco-System Framework

5

Supply Chain Eco-System Framework: Supply Chains & Resources

6

Supply Chain Eco-System Framework: Delivery services& Institutions

7

Metro Cash and Carry

 

 

 

Analysis of Global Supply Chains Using the Ecosystem

8

Performance Analysis

9

Supply Chain Risk-part1

10

Supply Chain Risk-part2

11

Supply Chain Risk-part3

12

Mattel Toy Recalls and Supply Chain Management

13

Innovation in Emerging markets

14

Innovations in Supply Chain Ecosystem

15

Indian Telecom and Bharti Airtel

16

CEMEX-part1

17

CEMEX-part2

18

Governance

19

Governance of networked organizations

20

The  Orchestration Governance Model

21

Orchestration-Examples

22

Li& Fung-part1

23

Li& Fung-part2

Supply Chain Design

24

Supply Chain Design-part1

25

Supply Chain Design-part2

 

 

Applications of the Ecosystem

26

Green supply chain design-part1

27

Green supply chain design-part2

28

Green Supply Chain Ecosystem Analysis

29

GRIP Framework

30

Location Selection

31

Ecosystem Aware Location Analysis

32

Food supply chain in India

33

Food supply chain ecosystem - Grip frame work

34

Food Security in India

35

Smart Villages and Cities-part1

36

Smart Villages and Cities-part2

Review & How to use the book

37

Overview of the Course

38

How to use the Video lectures

 

  • N. Viswanadham and S. Kameshwaran, Ecosystem Aware Global Supply Chain Management, World Scientific Publishing, 2013

Harvard Cases:

  • Metro Cash & Carry, Tarun Khanna, Krishna Palepu, Carin-Isabel knoop, David Lane, Case : 9-707-505, May 2007
  • Cemex: Transforming a Basic Industry Company, Case: GS-33 , David Hoyt and Hau Lee,July 2005
  • Unsafe for children: Mattel‘s toy recalls and Supply chain management Case: GS-63
  • Li & Fung 2006, F.Warren Mcfarlan, William C Kirby, Tracy Yuen Manty 9-307-077
  • Zara fast fashion, Pankaj Ghemavat, Jose Luis Nueno, 5-703-497, Dec 2006


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