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UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & ENERGY STUDIES


College of Management and Economics Studies
Dehradun

COURSE PLAN

Program : Masters in Business Administration

Courses : MBA (Logistics & Supply Chain Management)


Semester : III
Session : August 2017- December 2017
Batch : 2016-2018
Subject Code : MDSL834
No. of credits : 4
Subject : Global Supply Chain Management

Prepared by : Mr. Pradeep Chauhan


Email : p.chauhan@ddn.upes.ac.in

Approved By

_________________________ _______________________
HOD Dean

UPES Campus Tel : +91-135-2776092-94


“Energy Acres” Fax : +91 135- 27760904
P.O. Bidholi, Via Prem Nagar Web : www.upes.ac.in
Dehradun -248 007 (U K)

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COURSE PLAN

A. LEVEL OF KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED

Students should have the basic understanding of concepts of logistics and supply chain. By
deeper exploration the course aims at equipping the students with the understanding of the
underlying theories and philosophies of the variety of concepts in the area of Global Logistics
and Supply Chain Management.

B. OBJECTIVES

a) Developing an understanding of the key concepts applied in Global Logistics and Supply Chain
Management.
b) To highlight the importance of globalization and how it is impacting the countries across the
globe.
c) To highlight the importance of all activities of the supply chain and an understanding of
concepts like inbound and outbound logistics, offshore and inshore logistics.
d) To highlight the various complexities involved in the international business.
e) To highlight the various types of risks in the global trading and how these risks could be
minimized.
f) How firm can achieve competitive advantage through IT applications?
g) How supply chain performance can be measured using various models?

C. COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLOs)

The students should be able to appreciate and understand:

1. Understand the importance of globalization and its impact on trade.


2. Understand various methods involved for entering into foreign markets.
3. Analyse the transportation decisions involved in international trade.
4. Analyse issues and challenges in International Sourcing and Trade and take a strategic
view of the global business environment impacting International Supply Chains.
5. Deciding Optimal financing options for International Trade.
6. Deploy knowledge of regional and International trading blocs in solving problems of
International Logistics.

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7. Manage International Logistics and Supply Chain partners and Service providers.
8. How firm can achieve competitive advantage through IT applications?
9. How supply chain performance can be measured using various models?

Intended Student Course Learning Outcomes Conceptual Analyse Apply Integrate


Learning Outcomes (CLO’s) 1,2,5 3,4,5 5, 6,7, 8, 5, 7, 8,
(ISLOs) for MBAs 9

Students will demonstrate strong conceptual knowledge in X x x x


the functional area of management as well as Logistic and
Supply Chain domain.
Students will demonstrate effective understanding of x x x
relevant functional areas of business and their application in
Logistic and Supply Chain
Students will demonstrate analytical skills in identification x x
and resolution of problems pertaining to Logistic and Supply
Chain and general management.
Students will be able to develop and evaluate alternate x x x
managerial decisions and identify optimal solutions.
Students will demonstrate effective application capabilities x x x
of their conceptual understanding to the real world business
situations.
Students will be able to exhibit effective decision making x x x
skills, employing analytical and critical-thinking ability.
Students will exhibit the ability to integrate functional areas x x
of management with domain perspective for the purpose of
planning, implementation, and control of Logistic and
Supply Chain
Students will have global perspective towards business x x
situations in the area of Logistic and Supply Chain.
Students will demonstrate effective oral and written x x x x
communication skills in the professional context.
Students will be able to work effectively in teams and x x x
demonstrate team building capabilities.
Students will exhibit leadership and networking skills while x x
handling business situations.
Students will demonstrate sensitivity towards ethical and x x
moral issues and have ability to address them in the course
of business.
Students will demonstrate employability traits in line with x x x x
the needs of changing dynamics of the industry.
Students will exhibit deployable skills pertinent to the x x x

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Logistic and Supply Chain sector.

D. COURSE OUTLINE

Module 1: Globalisation
Module 2: Global Operation Management.
Module 3: Global Marketing Strategies
Module 4: Global Freight Transportation Management.
Module 5: Global Sourcing
Module 6: Import and Export Operations.
Module 7: Global Logistics Management
Module 8: Risk Management in Global Operations.
Module 9: Performance Measurement and Evaluation in Global Operations.
Module 10: Information Technology in Supply Chain management.

E. EVALUATION & GRADING

Description Weightage Schedule


1. Internal Assessment 50 % Detailed below
2. End term Semester Exams 50 % See Academic Calendar

Three components will be used for internal assessment for this course (Total 100 marks), the details of
each component is as follows:

a) Case Study: Students would be required to submit WAC (Written Analysis of Case) one day before the
case discussion in the class. Any two groups (Presenting group) would be randomly selected to present
the case and remaining students of the class would be required to ask questions to the presenting
group. Both the groups would be evaluated for 30 marks (30%) each as per the rubric.

b) Group Projects/Presentations: Total number of students is 78 therefore, 16 groups of five (5)


members each will be formed. Ideally, it should be mix of qualification background–
science/commerce/engineering/business administration and work experience etc. Each group should

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have at least one female member. Students are encouraged to refer to the papers mentioned in the
course plan and other sources. The group would be evaluated for 40 marks(40%).

c) Quizzes: Two quizzes will be conducted, as per indicated in the Course Plan. Each quiz would be of
carrying 30% weightage. Therefore, average of the two test would carry 30% weightage i.e. 30 marks. It
may contain multiple choice questions or short questions/key terms covering modules as specified in
the course plan and Research paper/ cases covered in the course pack.

All members are required to be in proper uniform during the discussion and exhibit the conceptual and
practical knowledge discussing the fact and figures/contemporary or current issues. They are also
expected to be disciplined and video recording may be done for each group discussion.

RUBERIC FOR CASE STUDY EVALUATION FOR GSCM


Total: 30 MARKS
Rating would be Identification Connecting to Analysis Decision Evaluation of
done for each of Issues related concepts and Consequences
student on five- and theories Evaluation
point scale from 1 to
5; where 5 is the
highest score and 1
-5 -5 -5 -5 -5
is the least score for
each parameter.

Internal Assessment: Marks 100 (shall be done based on the following 4 components):

i) First Component : Written Analysis of Case to be submitted

(Case Study) before Discussion in the class.

All members to present the case analysis in the class as per schedule. (as mentioned in the course
plan) 30% weightage

ii) Second Component : Quizzes (2 no. per semester) 30% weightage (15 marks each)

First quiz will be conducted after the completion of 18 sessions and would cover the curriculum
covered in these sessions and would carry 15 marks.

2nd quiz would be conducted after the completion of 30 sessions and would cover the curriculum
covered in all the sessions and would have more weightage from the curriculum covered after 1st quiz
and will carry 15 marks.
Questions will be objective type – key terms/ fill in the blanks/MCQ/short questions.

iii) Third Component : Group Project (Live project) 40% weightage

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(Outlines of group project may comprise of:

Ch. I: Introduction – Global scenario, Indian Scenario, Introduction to Company and project
description

Ch. II Study Methodology


Ch. III Data Collection and Organization
Ch. IV Data Analysis and Interpretation
Ch. V Conclusion and Suggestions
Ch. VI References
Group presentation in the form of a ppt file and a report in word file needs to be submitted.

16 Groups would be formed for the Group Projects of 5 members each comprising of male and
female students, representing students from various backgrounds –
B.Tech/B.Com/B.Sc/BCA/BBA etc.

Each group would be required to select one topic for the group project for Internal Assessment.
Group Project will carry 40% weightage of the total Internal Assessment. Group presentations
would be taken beyond the time -table (scheduled classes on working Saturday/ after the
classes).

Group Project Topics


1 Trade Blocs and their roles in Globalisation and free trade.
2 Different ways of entering into foreign markets and major entry barriers.
3 Overview of Indian Freight Forwarding Industry.
4 Global Supply chain Improvement strategies and techniques
5 Importance of Contracts in International Operations.
6 Coastal Shipping and its advantages in the field of logistics.
7 Impact of GST on Logistics and Supply Chain(specially Transportation and Facility Locations)
8 International Sourcing with special focus on reverse auction in procurement and its advantages
9 Role of IT in International Business.
10 Role of packaging, Marking and labelling in International Trade
11 Overview of Indian Port Infrastructure and with reference to Sagarmala project
12 Indian Railway and its contribution in Multimodal Transportation.
13 Role of Containerization and its significance in International Trade.
14 Measuring and Analysing the performance of Supply Chain
15 International Trade Documentation and its significance.

Guidelines for the Group Project

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Particulars Due Date No. of Pages

1. Final report (word file) 15th Oct. 2017 Min. 50

2. Presentation by groups 25th Nov. 2017 Max. 20 Slides

For report writing/submission:

 Report would carry 60% weightage for evaluation.


 File name should be mentioned i.e. “Group_1.LSCM.2017-19” (group number followed by
program and batch) for ppt. and word file.
 You may use a questionnaire/video etc. for collecting data for the report and incorporate as
the annexure.
 Graphs/charts must be used, wherever required.
 Font –TNR 12 as running font and 14 and 16 for sub-headings/headings.
 May incorporate Sample Document/Questionnaire/product catalogue/CD in the appendices.
 Those who do not submit in time may lose 10% marks.

For presentation:
 Time Allotted: 15 Minutes
 Max. Slides per group: 20
 Contents to begin with presentation – 1 slide
 Introduction covering Global Scenario - 3 slides
 Methodology: 1 slide
 Analysis & Interpretation: Max.12 slides
 Conclusions and Suggestions: Max.2 slides
 References: 1 slide

o All the students need to make presentation; sequence of the presenter may be changed by
the examiner

o Query session will be held at the end for 5 minutes.

o Animation be avoided but hyperlinks are allowed.

o Each one should be in proper uniform and well prepared.

o Use pointer for the presentation.

o One member from the class (not from the presenting group) may record the presentation
professionally.

o Any member absent during presentation may be allowed to repeat with deduction of 10%
marks with a medical/valid reason.

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RUBERIC FOR GROUP PROJECT FOR INTERNAL ASSESSMENT


1 2 3 4 5 Remarks
1 Content
1.1 Topic
Difficulty
Quality
1.2 Introduction
Global & Indian Scenario
Clarity & conciseness of content
Use of academic Literature
Completeness
Accuracy of phrasing
1.3 Methodology
Choice of methods
1.4 Analysis & Interpretation
Tools used
Discussion on the subject
1.5 Structure
Logic & Balance
Classification of chapter
Structure Of chapters
1.6 Conclusions/Suggestions
Report Evaluation
1.7 Overall evaluation of content
Form
1.8 Bibliographical work
1.9 Layout
layout
illustration and tables
1.10 Annexures

Total
Marks(50)

* Kindly rate points 1.1 to 1.10 on 5 points scale where 1 indicates lowest and 5 indicates highest.
Note: Plagiarism shall be checked for the report and max. 20% similarity index is permissible. 10% marks
may be deducted in case similarity index is found 25% and 20% in case it is 30%. Above 30% NOT
ACCEPTED.

Attendance

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Students are required to have minimum attendance of 75% in each subject. Students with less than
said percentage shall not be allowed to appear in the end semester examination.

Cell Phones and other Electronic Communication Devices: Cell phones and other electronic
communication devices (such as Blackberries) are not permitted in classes, Tests or the Mid/Final
Examination. Such devices MUST be turned off and left at the front or back of the room.

E-Mail and LMS: Each student in the class should have an e-mail id and a pass word to access the
LMS system regularly. Occasionally, important information to the class will be transmitted via e-
mail/LMS. The best way to arrange meetings with us or ask specific questions is by email. The
Course plan, study materials and Group presentation topics would be loaded in LMS system for
student benefit.

F. COURSE CONTENTS:

Session Topic Readings Pedagogy

Module Globalisation
1

Introduction to Globalisation.
 Protectionism
 IMF
 World Bank
1  WTO(GATT) Refer “International Business” Czinkota, Lecture/Discussion
 FTA Ronkainen, Moffet page 35-46
 Trade Blocs

Introduction to Globalisation.
Trade Barriers
 Tariffs Lecture/Discussion
 Quotas Refer Pierre David Page 75-85
2
 Duties Ppt. shared in class 239 to 258

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Four Driving Forces of


Globalisation
Global Market Forces
3 Refer Pierre Dornier Page 75-85
Technological Forces
Lecture and discussion.
Global Cost Forces
Political and Macroeconomic
Forces.
Case Study
4 How company becomes global? The The Cemex Way. Case Presentation in the class

best practices.

Module Global Operation Management


2

Global Operation Management


Ppt shared in class.
Flow Management
Refer Pierre Dornier Page 8-23. Lecture/Discussion
5 The Strategic Framework
Strategic Role of Operations and Refer Pierre Dornier Page 39-57.
Logistics

Module
Global Marketing Strategies
3

Methods of Entry into Foreign


Markets.
Refer Pierre David Page 12-30.
Indirect Exporting
6 Refer “International Business” Lecture/Discussions
Active Exporting
Czinkota,Ronkainen,Moffet page 435-451
Production abroad.
Contract manufacturing,
Licensing,
Franchising,
7 Refer Pierre David Page 12-30. Lecture/Discussions
Joint Ventures
FDIs,

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Case Study
8 Metro Cash n Carry case- HBR Group Presentation

Module
Global Freight Transportation Management
4

Transportation Planning
Lecture/Discussion.
9  Decisions on transportation Ppt shared in class.

Different Means of Transportation


 Inland Transportation
Lecture/Discussion.
 International Shipping Refer Pierre David Page 175-217.
10
 Chartering Ppt. shared in class
 Containerisation

Logistics Infrastructure
 Ports
 ICDs/CFS Refer Pierre David Page 264-281
11 Ppt. shared in class. Lecture/Discussion
 Dedicated Freight
Corridor.
 FTWZ
 Land Bridge.

Module
Global Sourcing
5

Global Sourcing Lecture/Discussion


 RFI/RFQs
12  Total Cost of Ownership.
Ppt. shared in class.
 Reverse Auctions/e-auctions

International Contract
Management
 Good Faith Refer Pierre David Page 34-49. Lecture/Discussion
13
 Force Majeure Ppt. shared in class
 Role of Litigations and
Arbitrations

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Methods of Payment
 Advance Payments,
 Letter of Credit
 Documentary Credits Refer Pierre David Page 72-91. Lecture/Discussion
14
 Drafts Mr. Loveraj Takru(Co-Teaching)
 Bank Guarantees

Terms of Payment
 Buyer’s Credits Lecture/ Discussion
15 Mr. Loveraj Takru(Co-Teaching)
 Seller’s Credits
Contd..

16 Case-Study Renault Logan Group Presentation

Module
Import and Export Management
6
Trade Documentation
 Bill of Lading,
Refer Pierre David Page 120-137
 Commercial Invoices
17 Refer International Business-Rakesh Mohan Lecture/Discussion
 Packing Lists
Joshi page 763-786
 Certificate of Origin
 Bill of Entry
18 Trade Documentation Refer Pierre David Page 120-137. Discussion on certain examples
Packaging
 Role of Packaging
 Labelling Refer Pierre David Page 219-235.
19 Lecture/Discussion
 Shipping Marks Ppt. shared in class
 Handling Marks

20 Customs and Regulation Refer Pierre David Page 219-235 Lecture/Discussion

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 Role of CHAs Ppt. shared in class


 Customs Clearance Process.
21 Case Study  Ford-e-coating Group presentations
Module
Global Logistics Management
7
Logistics Network Design for
Global Operations
Ppt. Shared in class.
 Factors that affect location
22 Refer Sunil Chopra and Meindel Lecture/Discussion
decisions
 Supply Chain Network

Intermediaries and Alliances


 NVOCCs
23 Ppt. shared in class Lecture/Discussion
 3PLs
 4PLs

Supplier Network Development Ppt shared in class.


24 Lecture/Discussion
Refer Pierre Dornier Page 146-155

Ppt shared in class. Lecture/Discussion


Uncertainties and complexities in
25
global Supply Chain
Refer Pierre Dornier Page 173- 183

Module
Global Risk management
8

Managing Risk in the Global Supply  A Report by the Supply Chain


26 Chain Management Faculty at the Lecture/Discussions
University of Tennessee
Module
Performance Measurement and Evaluation in Global Operations
9
Performance Measurements and
27 Evaluation Ppt. shared in class. Lecture/Discussions
 KPIs

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 SLAs
 OTIF

Module Information Technology in Supply Chain management.


10
Role of IT in Supply Chain
 EDI
28  ERP  Refer Mohan Joshi page 807-848 Lecture/Discussions
 Portnet Singapore

29-32 Group Project Presentations Group Project Presentations Group Project Presentations

G. SUGGESTED READINGS:

G: 1 TEXT BOOKS:

S. No Title Author Publisher

a) Global Operations Phillippe-Pierre Dornier, Ricardo Ernest, WileyIndia


Michel Fender, Kouvelis
and Logistics
b) International Pierre David Biztantra
Logistics

G: 2 REFERENCE BOOKS:

S. No Title Author Publisher

a) Modeling the Supply Chain-2nd Shapiro, Jeremy F Duxbury Applied Series


edition
b) Logistics and Supply Chain Christopher, M (1992) Pitman Publishing,
London.
Management

c) Global Marketing Hollensen, Banerjee Pearson


d) International Business Rakesh Mohan Joshi Oxford
e) Supply Chain Logistics Management- Bowersox, Closs, McGraw Hill
2nd Edition Cooper

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G: 3 JOURNALS:

 Supply Chain Management: An International Journal


 Journal of Supply Chain Management
 International Journal of Logistics and Supply Chain
 International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management

G: 4 CASE STUDIES

S.No Title Module Session


1 The Cemex Way 1 4

2 Metro Cash n Carry 2 8


3 Renault Logan 4 17
4 Ford-e-coating 5 22

G: 5 WEB SOURCES:

 Ebscohost Database
 Emerald Database
 Wiley Database

H. Instructions

a) Students are expected to pre read the session’s contents in advance before coming to
the class.
b) The session will be made interactive through active participation from students. The
entire session will be conducted through question-answer, discussion, current practices,
examples, problem solving, activities and presentations etc.
c) In the case study session all students are expected to prepare their analysis and
answers/decisions in their respective groups. Any group may be asked to present their
views and defend the same.

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d) Students will be asked to prepare a topic out of the syllabi and give a presentation on
that topic on a decided date
e) All schedules/announcements must be strictly adhered to.

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