Section 1 : supply chain management fundamentals business operations logistics

Lecture 1 INTRODUCTION TO BRAINMEASURES PROCTOR SYSTEM Pdf
Lecture 2 a-supply-chain-of-life-story 2:41
Lecture 3 welcome 2:23
Lecture 4 the-supply-chain-of-life-blood 3:13
Lecture 5 why-is-supply-chain-management-important 2:50
Lecture 6 what-is-supply-chain-management 1:18
Lecture 7 aims-and-objectives-of-a-good-supply-chain 1:35
Lecture 8 key-activities-within-supply-chain 1:28
Lecture 9 he-main-stakeholders 0:57
Lecture 10 suppliers-producers-and-distributors 1:35
Lecture 11 retailers-and-end-customers 1:50
Lecture 12 stakeholders-and-their-relationships 1:33
Lecture 13 vertical-and-horizontal-relationships 2:3
Lecture 14 segmentation-of-suppliers 3:38
Lecture 15 transactional-vs-collaborative-relationships 5:53
Lecture 16 components-of-a-supply-chain-introduction 0:18
Lecture 17 oems-supplier-tiers-and-internal-functions 2:58
Lecture 18 other-components-of-a-supply-chain 1:52
Lecture 19 a-typical-supply-chain 1:3
Lecture 20 efficient-vs-responsive-supply-chains 4:2
Lecture 21 matching-supply-chain-type-to-product-type 1:21
Lecture 22 value-stream-mapping 2:2
Lecture 23 vsm-an-example-talk-through 3:27
Lecture 24 forecasting-demand-introduction 2:9
Lecture 25 why-do-we-need-a-forecast 2:12
Lecture 26 the-golden-rules-of-forecasting 2:25
Lecture 27 collaborative-forecastings-why 3:7
Lecture 28 collaborative-forecasting-how 1:27
Lecture 29 forecasting-methods 9:27
Lecture 30 quantitative-forecasting 0:59
Lecture 31 forecasting-using-moving-averages 2:22
Lecture 32 forecasting-using-weighted-averages 2:53
Lecture 33 forecasting-using-exponential-smoothing 5:55
Lecture 34 calculating-forecast-error 6:17
Lecture 35 spotting-trends-from-noise 4:1
Lecture 36 waiting-for-the-barber-story 1:32
Lecture 37 demand-management-introduction 0:20
Lecture 38 what-is-demand-management 2:20
Lecture 39 causes-of-demand-variation 2:25
Lecture 40 external-demand-management 3:42
Lecture 41 internal-demand-management 4:14
Lecture 42 bullwhip-effect-introduction 0:55
Lecture 43 demand-management-through-the-supply-chain 1:46
Lecture 44 the-bullwhip-effect-background 3:41
Lecture 45 the-bullwhip-going-up-the-supply-chain 2:6
Lecture 46 why-does-it-happen
Lecture 47 reducing-delays-to-improve-a-supply-chain
Lecture 48 reducing-uncertainty-to-improve-a-supply-chain 1:40
Lecture 49 reducing-decision-tiers-to-improve-a-supply-chain 1:18
Lecture 50 sales-and-operations-planning-s-op-introduction 0:56
Lecture 51 what-is-s-op-for 1:22
Lecture 52 s-op-planning-structure 5:49
Lecture 53 independent-vs-dependent-demand 1:15
Lecture 54 bill-of-materials-bom 1:50
Lecture 55 materials-requirements-planning-overview 2:48
Lecture 56 mrp-continued 2:14
Lecture 57 enterprise-resource-planning 3:58
Lecture 58 supply-chain-management-software 1:21
Lecture 59 inventory-management-introduction 0:52
Lecture 60 what-is-inventory 1:2
Lecture 61 types-of-inventory 2:23
Lecture 62 why-do-we-need-inventory 2:53
Lecture 63 why-else-do-we-hold-inventory 4:52
Lecture 64 costs-of-inventory 0:37
Lecture 65 financial-costs-of-inventory 2:36
Lecture 66 ordering-costs-of-inventory 0:49
Lecture 67 holding-costs-of-inventory 1:18
Lecture 68 operational-costs-of-inventory 2:3
Lecture 69 measuring-performance-introduction 2:26
Lecture 70 what-are-metrics 0:46
Lecture 71 business-perspective 4:19
Lecture 72 categories-of-supply-chain-kpis-metrics 1:10
Lecture 73 selected-metrics-kpis-for-supply-chain 0:41
Lecture 74 inventory-turns-turnover
Lecture 75 days-on-hand-days-inventory-outstanding 1:2
Lecture 76 cash-to-cash-cycle-time
Lecture 77 customer-lead-time 1:33
Lecture 78 on-time-in-full-otif
Lecture 79 full-rate 2:10
Lecture 80 wrap-up 1:37