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Supply Chain Industrial Engineering - Online Book


Supply Chain Industrial Engineering - Explanation


Supply chain industrial engineering is the study of resource use in various supply chain activities with a view to increasing the efficiency or eliminating the waste wherever possible. While the supply chain is designed to serve the needs of the targeted customers, the resource use in the design is carefully investigated by the industrial engineering to identify and remove waste. Industrial engineering succeeded in reducing the cost of many processes designed in the first iteration by the managers up to 50% and hence it is a very important activity in systems design or systems engineering.

Famous example of industrial engineering, is Henry Ford's production system redesign, that reduced the price of the automobile by half.

System Industrial Engineering - System Human Effort Engineering - System Efficiency Engineering


Supply Chain Engineering


 We define "Supply Chain Engineering" as the application of scientific principles to optimize the design and integration of supply chain processes, infrastructure, technology and strategy.(Supply Chain and Logistics Institute at Georgia Tech.)
http://www.scl.gatech.edu/about.php


IE 497 –Supply Chain Engineering
Fall Semester 2012
Course at Penn State University


Course Objective
This course is designed to provide students with a quantitative background for designing, analyzing,
managing, and improving supply chains.

The Chopra & Meindl textbook (prescribed text for the course) is targeted to business students and so it will be supplemented with appropriate
quantitative models.
http://www2.ie.psu.edu/griffin/sc_syllabus.pdf



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Supply Chain Industrial Engineers

Scott J. Edwards, Intel Corporation

Scott is an Industrial Engineer in the Supply Chain Industrial Engineering and Statistics department at Intel Corporation. His professional experience includes process improvement, capacity planning and modeling, and network design in logistics/supply chain areas. Scott has a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial and Management Systems Engineering from Arizona State University and a Masters degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. He is also a certified Six Sigma Black Belt through Arizona State University’s Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering and received his “Jonah” recognition from Washington State University / TOCICO.

http://www.cpi-symposiums.com/speakers.html
Interesting Presentation by Scott Edwards
http://www.pinnacle-strategies.com/articles/CPI%20Intel%20TOC%20Lean%20Six%20Sigma%20May%202008.pdf


Patrick O'Gorman
Senior Supply Chain Industrial Engineer
Siltronic AG
Public Company; 5001-10,000 employees; Semiconductors industry
March 2009 – September 2012 (3 years 7 months)

Deputy for Supply Chain Management role.
Global capacity / load / utilization analysis and modeling.
Design, implement and improve on manufacturing support systems.
Global inventory reporting.
Revenue forecasting.
Lead and work on cross-functional project teams.
Global Lean Supply Chain initiatives.
SAP/R3 Master Data maintenance and analysis.
Product / Unit / Lot genealogy migration.
Analyze and recommend efficiency and productivity improvements.
Design, implement, and optimize material flow control systems.
Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) - Program development.
Advanced material mix balancing, optimization and maintenance within gemba.
Overall Operator Effectiveness (OOE) - Program development.
Global process and procedure development.
Provide technical expertise to define line equipment layouts and equipment interfaces for material handling/control and overall equipment utilization.
Prepare capital proposals.
Lead and facilitate cross-functional training.
Maintain appropriate documentation for material flow and control systems.
Determine impact on material flow and line balance of process changes, material flow changes, yield enhancements and equipment efficiencies.
KPI & Business Intelligence design.
Global Supply Chain Industrial Engineering team member.
Design planning and scheduling systems to optimize manufacturing systems.
Patrick has 7 recommendations (1 manager, 3 co-workers, 3 partners) including:
3rd Jordan H., MIM Degree Candidate, Portland State University
3rd Chase J., student, Portland State University
Supply Chain Industrial Engineer
Siltronic AG
Public Company; 5001-10,000 employees; Semiconductors industry
March 2007 – March 2009 (2 years 1 month)

Deputy for Operations Management role.
Estimate and update equipment capacities and process standards.
Provide material flow system training to operations.
Design workstations and material fixtures to improve productivity and safety.
Global facility benchmarking.
Analyze manufacturing systems and equipment for performance; inventory level, cycle times, scheduling, utilization and capacity.
Work across functional lines with operations, equipment engineering, and process technology.
Analyze and recommend proposals for changing manufacturing systems.
Data mining.
Support operations, logistics and engineering in daily decision making process regarding flow system problem solving.
Analyze equipment needs and material flow control systems to recommend purchase and layout requirements to enhance systems that improve cycle time, inventory and efficiency.

http://www.linkedin.com/in/globalcitizenpatrickogorman

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Human Effort Engineering - Techniques

1. Principles of Motion Economy
2. Motion Study
3. Workstation Design
4. Application of Ergonomics and Biomechanics
5. Fatigue Studies
6. Productivity/Safety/Comfort Device Design
7. Standardization of  Methods
8. Operator training
9. Incentive Systems
10. Job Evaluation
11. Learning effect capture
12. Work Measurement


EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT TECHNIQUES OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING


1. Process Analysis
2. Operation Analysis
3. Layout Efficiency Analysis
4. Value engineering
5. Statistical quality control
6. Statistical inventory control and ABC Classification Based Inventory Sytems
7. Six sigma
8. Operations research
9. Variety reduction
10. Standardization
11. Incentive schemes
12. Waste reduction or elimination
13. Activity based management
14. Business process improvement
15. Fatigue analysis and reduction
16. Engineering economy analysis
17. Learning effect capture and continuous improvement (Kaizen, Quality circles and suggestion schemes)
18. Standard costing


Functional Solutions

1.Warehouse efficiency improvement
2. Warehouse 5S
3. Warehouse human effort engineering
4. Inventory control




Supply Chain Human Effort Engineering - Techniques


1. Principles of Motion Economy

2. Motion Study
    Wearable computers empower workers to achieve new levels of efficiency in package handling and warehouse applications.
     http://www.mmh.com/article/wearable_computers_optimize_workflows
     MMH - Modern Material Handling Magazine website

3. Workstation Design

4. Application of Ergonomics and Biomechanics
    Warehouse workers - Take the hurt out of material handling
     http://www.cdph.ca.gov/programs/hesis/Documents/warehous.pdf

5. Fatigue Studies

6. Productivity/Safety/Comfort Device Design

7. Standardization of  Methods

8. Operator training

9. Incentive Systems

10. Job Evaluation

11. Learning effect capture

12. Work Measurement


SUPPLY CHAIN SYSTEM EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT



1. Process Analysis
    A Better, Easier Way to Improve Warehouse Operations
    12 Leading case studies
     Steve Anderson, Acorn Systems Inc., 2004
     Request white paper from Acorn Systems

2. Operation Analysis

3. Layout Efficiency Analysis

4. Value engineering

5. Application of Statistics in Supply Chain Planning, Control and Operations


    Forecasting

    Forecasting supply chain components with time series analysis
    Electronic Components and Technology Conference, 2003. Proceedings.
    Date of Conference: May 27-30, 2003
    Author(s): Martin, L.J. and Frei, J. ,  Page(s): 269 278

    Statistical quality control

    Statistical inventory control and ABC Classification Based Inventory Systems

    Supply Chain Risk Management
    ftp://ftp.software.ibm.com/common/ssi/sa/wh/n/gbw03015usen/GBW03015USEN.PDF
    Six sigma

    54 statistics on hospital supply chain (efficiency)
    http://www.beckershospitalreview.com/racs-/-icd-9-/-icd-10/54-statistics-on-hospital-supply-chain-efficiency.html

    Supply Chain Monitoring: A Statistics Approach
    Fernando D. Mele, Estanislao Musulin and Luis Puigjaner*
    European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering – 15
    L. Puigjaner and A. Espuña (Editors)
    2005 Elsevier Science B.V.

    Forecasting in Supply Chain
    http://logistics.about.com/od/strategicsupplychain/a/Forecasting.htm



6. Optimization and Operations research

     IBN ILOG
     http://www-01.ibm.com/software/websphere/products/sca/

      http://www.ups.com/content/us/en/bussol/browse/supply-chain-optimization.html

     http://www.scl.gatech.edu/research/supply-chain/10rules.pdf
 

7. Variety reduction

     Measuring variety reduction along the supply chain: The Variety Gap Model
     by: Alessandro Brun, Margherita Pero, International Journal of Production Economics (May 2012)

     Variety Management in assemble-to-order supply chains
     http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/5250/1/MPRA_paper_5250.pdf

8. Standardization

9. Waste reduction or elimination

     7 Wastes Supply Chain
     http://supplychain-mechanic.com/?p=75

     Lean Supply Chain Practices in Malaysia
     http://cdn.intechopen.com/pdfs/17141/InTech-Lean_supply_chain_practices_and_performance_in_the_context_of_malaysia.pdf

10. Activity based management - Supply Chain Cost Management using Activity Based Cost Measurement and Management

11. Business process improvement

12. Engineering economy analysis

13. Learning effect capture and continuous improvement (Kaizen, Quality circles and suggestion schemes)

14. Standard costing and Kaizen costing

15. Lean Warehousing

Webinar
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Importance of Effectiveness - Only Effective Supply Chains are to be made efficient

The Triple A Supply Chain - Agile, Adaptive and Aligned
http://hbr.org/2004/10/the-triple-a-supply-chain/ar/1



Supply Chain Efficiency - Supply Chain Waste Elimination - Lean Supply Chain
Supply Chain Industrial Engineering - Bibliography




A Computational Model for Warehouse Analysis and Design
Karathur, Karthik N; Govindaraj, T; Bodner, Douglas A; McGinnis, Leon F. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2002): 1-6.



Supply Chain Engineering Books


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Supply Chain Network Design: Applying Optimization and Analytics to the Global Supply Chain


Michael Watson, Sara Lewis, Peter Cacioppi, Jay Jayaraman
Publisher:  FT Press, Copyright:  2013
Format:  Cloth; 432 pp, Published:  08/22/2012


Table of Contents


Preface     xvi
Part I: Introduction and Basic Building Blocks
Chapter 1: THE VALUE OF SUPPLY CHAIN NETWORK DESIGN     1
Chapter 2: INTUITION BUILDING WITH CENTER OF GRAVITY MODELS     23
Chapter 3: LOCATING FACILITIES USING A DISTANCE-BASED APPROACH     37
Chapter 4: ALTERNATIVE SERVICE LEVELS AND SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS     63
Chapter 5: ADDING CAPACITY TO THE MODEL     83
Part II: Adding Costs to Two-Echelon Supply Chains
Chapter 6: ADDING OUTBOUND TRANSPORTATION TO THE MODEL     99
Chapter 7: INTRODUCING FACILITY FIXED AND VARIABLE COSTS     127
Chapter 8: BASELINES AND OPTIMAL BASELINES     139
Part III: Advanced Modeling and Expanding to Multiple Echelons
Chapter 9: THREE-ECHELON SUPPLY CHAIN MODELING     157
Chapter 10: ADDING MULTIPLE PRODUCTS AND MULTISITE PRODUCTION SOURCING     177
Chapter 11: MULTI-OBJECTIVE OPTIMIZATION     207
Part IV: How to Get Industrial-Strength Results
Chapter 12: THE ART OF MODELING     217
Chapter 13: DATA AGGREGATION IN NETWORK DESIGN     237
Chapter 14: CREATING A GROUP AND RUNNING A PROJECT     261
Part V: Case Study Wrap Up
Chapter 15: CASE STUDY: JPMS CHEMICALS CASE STUDY     277
Index     295

http://www.pearsonhighered.com/educator/product/Supply-Chain-Network-Design-Applying-Optimization-and-Analytics-to-the-Global-Supply-Chain/9780133017373.page





Supply Chain Engineering: Models and Applications


By A. Ravi Ravindran, Donald Warsing, Jr.

Published September 27th 2012 by CRC Press – 548 pages


Table of Contents

Introduction to Supply Chain Engineering

Understanding Supply Chains

Flows in Supply Chains

Meaning of Supply Chain Engineering

Supply Chain Decisions

Enablers and Drivers of Supply Chain Performance

Assessing and Managing Supply Chain Performance

Relationship between Supply Chain and Financial Metrics

Importance of Supply Chain Management

Organization of the Textbook

Summary and Further Readings

Exercises

References


Planning Production in Supply Chains

Role of Demand Forecasting in Supply Chain Management

Forecasting Process

Qualitative Forecasting Methods

Quantitative Forecasting Methods

Incorporating Seasonality in Forecasting

Incorporating Trend in Forecasting

Incorporating Seasonality and Trend in Forecasting

Forecasting for Multiple Periods

Forecasting Errors

Monitoring Forecast Accuracy

Forecasting Software

Forecasting in Practice

Production Planning Process

Aggregate Planning Problem

Linear Programming Model for Aggregate Planning

Nonlinear Programming Model for Aggregate Planning

Aggregate Planning as a Transportation Problem

Aggregate Planning Strategies: A Comparison

Summary and Further Readings

Replenishment (CPFR)

Exercises

References


Inventory Management Methods and Models

Decision Framework for Inventory Management

Some Preliminary Modeling Issues

Single-Item, Single-Period Problem: The Newsvendor

Single-Item, Multi-Period Problems

Multi-Item Inventory Models

Multi-Echelon Inventory Systems

Conclusions

Further Readings

A Appendix: The Bullwhip Effect

References

Exercises

References


Transportation Decisions in Supply Chain Management

Introduction

Motor Carrier Freight: Truckload Mode

Accounting for Goods in transit

Stepping Back: Freight Transportation Overview

More General Models of Freight Rates

Building A Rate Model: LTL Service

A More General Rate Model for LTL Service

Beyond Truck Transport: Rail and Air Cargo

Conclusion

Further Readings

Exercises

References


Location and Distribution Decisions in Supply Chains

Modeling with Binary Variables

Supply Chain Network Optimization

Risk Pooling or Inventory Consolidation

Continuous Location Models

Real-World Applications

Summary and Further Readings

Exercises

References


Supplier Selection Models and Methods

Supplier Selection Problem

Supplier Selection Methods

Multi-Criteria Ranking Methods for Supplier Selection

Multi-Objective Supplier Allocation Model

Summary and Further Readings

Exercises

References


Managing Risks in Supply Chain

Supply Chain Risk

Real World Risk Events and Their Impacts

Sources of Supply Chain Risks

Risk Identification

Risk Assessment

Risk Management

Best Industry Practices in Risk Management

Risk Quantification Models

Value-at-Risk (VaR) Models

Miss-the-Target (MtT) Risk Models

Risk Measures

Combining VaR and MtT Type Risks

Risk Detectability and Risk Recovery

Multiple Criteria Optimization Models for Supplier Selection Incorporating Risk

Summary and Further Readings

Exercises

Acknowledgments

References


Global Supply Chain Management

History of Globalization

Impacts of Globalization

Global Sourcing

International Logistics

Designing a Resilient Global Supply Chain: A Case Study

Summary and Further Readings

Exercises

Questions

References

Appendix A: Multiple Criteria Decision Making: An Overview

Index


http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9781439811986/

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Supply Chain Industrial Engineering - IIE Conference Papers






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SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT PURCHASING/INVENTORY/MATERIALS (Presentation Supporting Paper)
Hamlin, Jerry; Migliore, R Henry, PhD; Paris, David; Metz, Rick D; Watt, David B. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2002): 1-10.




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Integration of Product Structure and Supply Chain Decisions at the Conceptual Design Stage: A Repository Enabled Decision Tool
Chiu, Ming-Chuan; Gupta, Saraj; Okudan, Gül E. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2009): 1512-1517.

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Object-oriented modeling of supply chain configuration problem
Chandra, Charu; Grabis, Janis. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2006): 1-6.

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 QUEUEING MODELS FOR ANALYZING SUPPLY CHAIN NETWORKS
Srivathsan, Sandeep; Krishnamoorthy, Ananth; Kamath, Manjunath; Ayodhiramanujan, Karthik. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2004): 1-6.

8
 An Integrative Methodology for Product and Supply Chain Design Decisions at the Product Design Stage
Chiu, Ming-Chuan; Okudan, Gül. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2010): 1-6.

9
 Supervisory Control of a Synchronized Supply Chain Using Petri Nets
Drzymalski, Julie; Odrey, Nicholas G. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2010): 1-6.

10
 Supply Chain Risk Management
Hadavale, Rajesh S; Alexander, Suraj M. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2009): 1363-1368.



12
 Modeling a Flexible Supply Chain and Logistics System Through Object-Oriented Approach
Kim, Jinho; Rogers, K J, PhD, PE. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2003): 1-6.

13
 A Real-time Simulation-Based Control Architecture for Supply Chain Interactions
Ramakrishnan, Sreeram; Wysk, Richard A. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2002): 1-6.

14
 A Rule Based Supply-Chain Business Model Under Object-Oriented Paradigm
Kim, Jinho; Rogers, K J, PhD, PE. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2004): 1-6.

15
 Conflict and Cooperation of Scheduling in a Two-echelon Supply Chain
Chen, Yuerong; Li, Xueping. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2009): 1357-1362.

16
 A Comparison of Coordinated Ordering Policies in a Three-Echelon Supply Chain Network
Abdelmaguid, Tamer F; Marzouk, Mohamed M. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2009): 1239-1244.


17
 Inventory Accuracy Improvement via Cycle Counting in a Two-Echelon Supply Chain
Rossetti, Manuel D, PhD, PE; Gumrukcu, Seda; Buyurgan, Nebil; English, John. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2007): 913-918.

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 A MANUFACTURING STRATEGY FOR PRODUCT ASSEMBLY IN A SUPPLY CHAIN ENVIRONMENT
Sundaram, R Meenakshi; Patel, Rakesh B. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2002): 1-8.

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 Reducing Supply Chain Data Degradation in Emerging Networks
Ajoku, Pamela. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2007): 180-185.

20
 The manager's guide to supply chain and logistics problem-solving tools and techniques: Part III: End user experiences
Hicks, Donald A. IIE Solutions29. 11 (Nov 1997): 34-38.

21
 Incomplete information equilibria: Separation theorems and other myths
Feldman, David. Annals of Operations Research151. 1 (Apr 2007): 119-149.




23
 The Effect of Information Update on Optimizing the Supply Chain Single Node Inventory Systems
Haji, Maryam; Darabi, Houshang. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2006): 1-6.




26
 Emerging Supply Chain Drivers (Presentation)
Musselman, Ken. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2002): 1-55.

27
 The Secrets of Supply Chain Success: A Retail Case Study (Presentation)
Anonymous. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2004): 1-33.

28
 Reverse Logistics: Designing Your Supply Chain for Product Recovery (Presentation)
Barker, Theresa J; Zabinsky, Zelda B. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2010): 1-18.

29
 Supply Chain Breakthrough Strategy: On-site MRO Partner-Managed Storeroom (Presentation)
Stein, Martin; Krauter, George. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2009): 1-32.

30
 Driving Benefits from the Supply Chain: A Case Study (Presentation)
Miksis, Michael. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2003): 1-18.

31
 Integrating Supply Chain Management and Maintenance Philosophies (Presentation)
Siriram, R; Cobb, P. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2005): 1-43.

32
 Optimization Opportunities to Improve Supply Chain Efficiency: A Practitioner's Experiences (Presentation)
Saxena, Rajiv. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2010): 1-22.



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 It's all in the delivery
Anonymous. Industrial Engineer37. 1 (Jan 2005): 52.



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 Managing Oil and Gas Supply Chain - Numerous Challenges, One Solution (Presentation)
Mehta, Arvind. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2004): 1-14.

37
 Supply Chain Risk Management (Presentation)
Anonymous. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2005): 1-21.

38
 Supply Chain Solution Using Six Sigma: A Case Study Based on a Project for Square D Company (Presentation)
Anonymous. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2007): 1-19.

39
 Integrating Engineering for Supply Chain Effectiveness (Presentation)
Dickerson, James. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2007): 1-24.

40
 Simulation of Supply Chain System Costs for Industrial Audiences (Presentation)
Ray, Charles D, Ph D. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2005): 1-46.



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 Designing principles to create resilient Supply Chains
Carvalho, Helena; Machado, V Cruz. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2007): 186-191.






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 Use of OR to Design Your Reverse Logistics Supply Chain (Presentation)
Barker, Theresa J; Zabinsky, Zelda B. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2009): 1-25.
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 General Purpose Ontologies for Supply Chain Management
Ahmad, Ali; Mollaghasemi, Mansooreh; Rabelo, Luis. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2004): 1-7.

 A methodology for the strategic design of robust global supply chains
Goetschalckx, Marc; Cordova, Gonzalo. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2004): 1-6.

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 Modeling and Mitigating Global Supply Chain Risk Management
Yang, Dengfeng; Wang, Jiao; Li, Xueping; Sawhney, Rapinder. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2009): 1339-1344.

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 AN INTERNET ENABLED SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT MODEL FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM SIZE ENTERPRISES
Magableh, Ghazi M; Abu-Ali, Mahmoud. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2004): 1-6.

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 Benefits of Incorporating Supply Chain Decisions into the Product Design via Design for Supply Chain
Gokhan, N Mehmet; Needy, Kim LaScola; Norman, Bryan A; Hunsaker, Brady. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2008): 390-395.

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 Supply Chain Reconfiguration: Designing Information Support With System Taxonomy Principles
Chandra, Charu; Tumanyan, Armen. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2002): 1-6.


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 An Improved Supplier Selection Method Integrated to the Conceptual Design Phase
Chiu, Ming-Chuan; Okudan, Gül. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2009): 1518-1523.

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 Supply chain system taxonomy: development and application
Chandra, Charu; Tumanyan, Armen. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2003): 1-6.

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 Taxonomy of Research Directions for Sustainable Supply Chain Management
Badurdeen, Fazleena; Metta, Haritha; Gupta, Sonal. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2009): 1256-1261.

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 Use of Shared Information in a Vendor-Managed Inventory (VMI) Supply Chain
Angulo, Andres; Nachtmann, Heather; Waller, Matthew. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2002): 1-6.

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 Combining Strategic and Tactical Decisions in an Integrated Supply Chain
Sajjadi, S Reza; Cheraghi, S Hossein. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2009): 1149-1154.

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 A Hybrid Solution Procedure for Design for Supply Chain Problems
Gokhan, N Mehmet; Needy, Kim LaScola; Norman, Bryan A; Hunsaker, Brady. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2007): 1678-1683.

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 Quantifying the Bullwhip Effect in the Supply Chain of Small-Sized Companies
Centeno, Martha A; Pérez, Jaime E. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2009): 486-491.

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 Supply Chain Models for Small Agricultural Enterprises
Jang, W; Klein, C M. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2002): 1-6.


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 Design for Supply Chain - A Collaborative Research Project Between Institutions and Between Centers
Needy, Kim L; Norman, Bryan A; Hunsaker, Brady; Gokhan, N Mehmet; Claypool, Erin; et al. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2008): 396-401.


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 Reverse Logistics Optimization with Data Envelopment Analysis
Tonanont, Ake; Yimsiri, Sanya; Rogers, K J. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2009): 1268-1273.


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 The Impact of the Internet Economy on Logistics
Sehwail, Loay; Ingalls, Ricki G. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2005): 1-6.

 Applying Radio Frequency Identification for Cutting Tool Supply Chain Management
Cheng, Chen-Yang; Prabhu, Vittal. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2007): 637-642.







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 A Framework for Cost Modeling a Supply Chain
Yousef, Nabeel; Rabelo, Luis; Sepulveda, Jose. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2006): 1-6.

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 Stakeholder value mapping framework for supply chain improvement when implementing IT solutions
Alvarado, Karla P; Rabelo, Luis; Eaglin, Ronald. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2008): 1320-1325.

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 Simulation-Optimisation Methods in Supply Chain Applications: A Review
Abo-Hamad, Waleed; Arisha, Amr. Irish Journal of Management30. 2 (2011): 95-124.

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 Goal-Driven Supply Chain Design
Chandra, Charu; Grabis, Janis. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2008): 241-246.

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 Elaborating Process Models for Supply Chain Reconfiguration
Chandra, Charu; Marukyan, Ruzanna. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2002): 1-6.

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 Integrated Supply Chain Management: Discrete Manufacturing (Presentation Supporting Paper)
Kumar, Dinesh. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2002): 1-5.


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 Information Modeling to Manage Supply Chain: Problems Taxonomy
Chandra, Charu; Tumanyan, Armen. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2004): 1-6.

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 Achieving Supply Chain Optimization: Guiding Your Organization's Improvement Journey (Presentation Supporting Paper)
Pinnekamp, Dale J, CPIM. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2007): 1-7.

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 Value Chain Management (VCM) Principles, Framework, and Footprint (Presentation)
Sabri, Ehap; Rehman, Aamer. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2004): 1-22.


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 Increased Supply Chain Efficiencies through Integration
Magableh, Ghazi M; Mason, Scott J. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2003): 1-6.


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 Optimization Strategies for Complex Supply Chains (Presentation)
Lathon, Ruby D, PhD. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2006): 1-26.

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 Applied Operational Research Techniques to Balance Costs & Service in Customers' Supply Chains (Presentation)
Jeray, Jim. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2002): 1-37.

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 A Maturity Model to Assess and Improve Supply Chain Operations
Giachetti, Ronald E; Garcia-Reyes, Heriberto. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2010): 1-6.

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 Collaborative implementation of e-business processes within the health-care supply chain: the Monash Pharmacy Project
Bhakoo, Vikram; Chan, Caroline. Supply Chain Management16. 3 (2011): 184-193.

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 ANALYSIS OF A TRANSPORTATION CONTRACT IN A SUPPLY CHAIN
Sinha, Sudhir K; Rangaraj, N; Hemachandra, N. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2006): 1-6.

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 Considering Customer Waiting Time in Supply Chain Integration
Masel, Dale T; Pujari, Nikhil A. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2005): 1-6.

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 REDUCING PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT TIME USING CRITICAL CHAIN PROJECT MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES (Presentation)
Ross, James. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2003): 1-40.

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 A Method for Measuring Supply Chain Interoperability
Ford, Thomas C, PhD; Ogden, Jeffrey A, PhD; Johnson, Alan W, PhD. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2010): 1-6.

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 Development of a Framework for Supply Chain Research in Industrial Engineering
Krishnamoorthy, Ananth; Kamath, Manjunath; Ingalls, Ricki G. IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings (2004): 1.

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Industrial Engineering Faculty Members with focus on Supply Chain Industrial Engineering

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Supply Chain Human Effort Engineering - Techniques

1. Principles of Motion Economy
 
2. Motion Study
    Wearable computers empower workers to achieve new levels of efficiency in package handling and warehouse applications.
     http://www.mmh.com/article/wearable_computers_optimize_workflows
     MMH - Modern Material Handling Magazine website

3. Workstation Design

4. Application of Ergonomics and Biomechanics
    Warehouse workers - Take the hurt out of material handling
     http://www.cdph.ca.gov/programs/hesis/Documents/warehous.pdf

5. Fatigue Studies

6. Productivity/Safety/Comfort Device Design

7. Standardization of  Methods

8. Operator training

9. Incentive Systems

10. Job Evaluation

11. Learning effect capture

12. Work Measurement


SUPPLY CHAIN SYSTEM EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT


1. Process Analysis
    A Better, Easier Way to Improve Warehouse Operations
    12 Leading case studies
     Steve Anderson, Acorn Systems Inc., 2004
     Request white paper from Acorn Systesm

2. Operation Analysis

3. Layout Efficiency Analysis

4. Value engineering

5. Application of Statistics in Supply Chain Planning, Control and Operations


    Forecasting

    Forecasting supply chain components with time series analysis
    Electronic Components and Technology Conference, 2003. Proceedings.
    Date of Conference: May 27-30, 2003
    Author(s): Martin, L.J. and Frei, J. ,  Page(s): 269 278

    Statistical quality control

    Statistical inventory control and ABC Classification Based Inventory Systems

    Supply Chain Risk Management
    ftp://ftp.software.ibm.com/common/ssi/sa/wh/n/gbw03015usen/GBW03015USEN.PDF
    Six sigma

    54 statistics on hospital supply chain (efficiency)
    http://www.beckershospitalreview.com/racs-/-icd-9-/-icd-10/54-statistics-on-hospital-supply-chain-efficiency.html

    Supply Chain Monitoring: A Statistics Approach
    Fernando D. Mele, Estanislao Musulin and Luis Puigjaner*
    European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering – 15
    L. Puigjaner and A. Espuña (Editors)
    2005 Elsevier Science B.V.

    Forecasting in Supply Chain
    http://logistics.about.com/od/strategicsupplychain/a/Forecasting.htm

 

6. Optimization and Operations research

     IBN ILOG
     http://www-01.ibm.com/software/websphere/products/sca/

      http://www.ups.com/content/us/en/bussol/browse/supply-chain-optimization.html

     http://www.scl.gatech.edu/research/supply-chain/10rules.pdf
   

7. Variety reduction

     Measuring variety reduction along the supply chain: The Variety Gap Model
     by: Alessandro Brun, Margherita Pero, International Journal of Production Economics (May 2012)

     Variety Management in assemble-to-order supply chains
     http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/5250/1/MPRA_paper_5250.pdf

8. Standardization

9. Waste reduction or elimination

     7 Wastes Supply Chain
     http://supplychain-mechanic.com/?p=75

     Lean Supply Chain Practices in Malaysia
     http://cdn.intechopen.com/pdfs/17141/InTech-Lean_supply_chain_practices_and_performance_in_the_context_of_malaysia.pdf

10. Activity based management

11. Business process improvement

12. Engineering economy analysis

13. Learning effect capture and continuous improvement (Kaizen, Quality circles and suggestion schemes)

14. Standard costing and Kaizen costing


Importance of Effectiveness - Only Effective Supply Chains are to be made efficient

The Triple A Supply Chain - Agile, Adaptive and Aligned
http://hbr.org/2004/10/the-triple-a-supply-chain/ar/1



Books


Excellence in Inventory Management
Author: Stuart Emmett and David Granville
Edition: First
Publisher: Cambridge Academic
Date: 05/01/2007



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First Published on 2 March 2013


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