FOR THE GLOBAL SUPPLY

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DEVELOPING
HUMAN
CAPITAL


FOR THE GLOBAL SUPPLY
CHAIN



College of Business and Public Policy


Dr. Philip M. Price

Department of
Logistics

University of Alaska


We as Knowledge Workers of today’s Information Age have an
individual T
-
KASE, which we must constantly and vigilantly develop
and expand.


T

= Talents


K

= Knowledge


A

= Attitude


S

= Skills


E

= Experience

Human Capital Development:

T
-
KASE & the Knowledge Worker

Once upon a time:

DAUGHTER

MARKETING

STEP
-
SISTER

CINDERELLA

LOGISTICS

DAUGHTER

FINANCE

MANUFACTURING
/SERVICE
SUPPORT:

INVENTORY
CONTROL,

WAREHOUSING

PHYSICAL
DISTRIBUTION:
PACKAGING,
TRA
NSPORTAT
ION

STEPMOTHER CEO

PURCHASING
AND SUPPLY
MANAGEMENT

EXTERNAL

CUSTOMERS

EXTERNAL

SUPPLIERS

EXTERNAL

SHAREHOLDERS

Why Should All Organizations Develop
Their Logistics and Supply Chain
Management Employees?

Are at the core of:


Minimizing costs of their product or
services


Maximizing their customers’ experience
by exceeding their expectations

I don’t know what this
logistics

is, but I want
some of it
.


Admiral Ernest J. King

Chief of United States Naval Operations

1942

Supply
chains
are complex
with multiple suppliers, warehouses, manufacturing
facilities, distribution centers, and retailers…


Supplier 1

warehous
e

Manufacturing
Facility 1


(
in China)

End User 1

Supplier 3

Supplier 2

Supplier 4

Supplier 5

Manufacturing
Facility 2



(in Mexico)

Manufacturing
Facility 3



(in Ohio)

Distributio
n

Center 1

Retailer 1

End User 2

End User 3

End User 4

End User 5

End User 5

warehous
e

warehous
e

warehous
e

Distributio
n


Center 2

Distributio
n Center 3

Retailer 2

Retailer 3

Retailer 4

FLOW OF RAW MATERIALS

FLOW OF FINISHED GOODS

$$$ FLOW OF FINANCES $$$

FLOW OF
INFORMATION

Service
Industry

Transportation

Industry

A MAP OF LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT
PROCESSES

LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT

PURCHASIN
G & SUPPLY
MANAGEME
NT


-
BUYING

-
MARKET
RESEARCH

MATERIALS
MANAGEM
ENT


-
MANUFACTURING

SUPPORT

INTERNAL
WAREHOUS
E
MANAGEME
NT


-
MATERIALS

HANDLING

-
INVENTORY

MANAGEMENT

FINISHED

GOODS

WAREHOUS
E

MANAGEME
NT


-
PICKING

-
PACKAGING

-
ORDER

PROCESSING

PHYSICAL

DISTRIBUTIO
N

MANAGEMEN
T

TRANSPORTA
TION

EXTERNAL

DISTRIBUTI
ON CENTER
MANAGEME
NT

INBOUND

PROCESSES

INTERNAL
PROCESSES

OUTBOUND
PROCESSES







THE PHYSICAL FLOW OF GOODS





THE PHYSICAL FLOW OF GOODS





THE PHYSICAL
FLOW OF GOODS







FINISHED


GOODS


ISSUANCE

CUSTOME
RS

MANUFACTU
RING

PROCESS


SUPPORT


RAW
MATERIALS &
INPUTS

INTO

PRODUCTION


SUPPLIER
S







The Associated Flow of Information





The Associated Flow of Information





The Associated Flow of Information








Flow of Finances


Flow of Finances


Flow of Finances


Flow of Finances



DEPARTMENTS WITHIN AN ORGANIZATION THAT FORM THE CORE


EXTERNAL SUPPLY CHAIN
MANAGEMENT TEAM

MANUFACTURING OR

SERVICE

DEPARTMENT

FINANCE

DEPARTMENT

MARKETING

DEPARTMENT

HUMAN RESOURCE

MANAGEMENT

DEPARTMENT

LOGISTICS

DEPARTMENT






COURSES AVAILABLE AT THE
UNIVERSITY OF ALASKA
ANCHORAGE





Career Path
in Logistics and Supply Chain
Management

Specialist/Operator
Level


Supervisory

Level


Tactical
Management


Level

Masters in Global Supply
Chain Management

Strategic Management

Level

Supply
chains
are complex
with multiple suppliers, warehouses, manufacturing
facilities, distribution centers, and retailers…


Supplier 1

warehous
e

Manufacturing
Facility 1


(
in China)

End User 1

Supplier 3

Supplier 2

Supplier 4

Manufacturing
Facility 2



(in Mexico)

Manufacturing
Facility 3



(in Ohio)

Distributio
n

Center 1

Retailer 1

End User 2

End User 3

End User 4

End User 5

End User 5

warehous
e

warehous
e

warehous
e

Distributio
n


Center 2

Distributio
n Center 3

Retailer 2

Retailer 3

Retailer 4

FLOW OF RAW MATERIALS

FLOW OF FINISHED GOODS

$$$ FLOW OF FINANCES $$$

FLOW OF INFORMATION

LOG A661: Supply Chain Strategic
Planning

LOG A662: Supply Chain Knowledge
Management

LOG A663: International Supply Chain
Management

LOG A664: Supply Chain Management
Leadership

LOG A665: Supply Chain Measurement

Undergraduate
in Global
Supply
Chain
Management


Career Path
in Logistics and Supply Chain
Management

Specialist/Operator
Level

Supervisory

Level

Tactical
Management


Level

Strategic

Management

Level

A MAP OF LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT
PROCESSES

LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT

PURCHASIN
G & SUPPLY
MANAGEME
NT


-
BUYING

-
MARKET
RESEARCH

MATERIALS
MANAGEM
ENT


-
MANUFACTURING

SUPPORT

INTERNAL
WAREHOUS
E
MANAGEME
NT


-
MATERIALS

HANDLING

-
INVENTORY

MANAGEMENT

FINISHED

GOODS

WAREHOUS
E

MANAGEME
NT


-
PICKING

-
PACKAGING

-
ORDER

PROCESSING

PHYSICAL

DISTRIBUTIO
N

MANAGEMEN
T

TRANSPORTA
TION

EXTERNAL

DISTRIBUTI
ON CENTER
MANAGEME
NT

INBOUND

PROCESSES

INTERNAL
PROCESSES

OUTBOUND
PROCESSES







THE PHYSICAL FLOW OF GOODS





THE PHYSICAL FLOW OF GOODS





THE PHYSICAL
FLOW OF GOODS







FINISHED


GOODS


ISSUANCE

CUSTOME
RS

MANUFACTU
RING

PROCESS


SUPPORT


RAW
MATERIALS &
INPUTS

INTO

PRODUCTION


SUPPLIER
S







The Associated Flow of Information





The Associated Flow of Information





The Associated Flow of Information








Flow of Finances


Flow of Finances


Flow of Finances


Flow of Finances



LOG A378: Logistics and Supply Chain
Management

LOG A379: Transportation
Management

LOG A 415: Purchasing Management

LOG A416: International Logistics and
T
ransportation Management

LOG A417: Materials Management

Occupational
Endorsement
in
Logistics 15 CREDITS

Undergraduate Certificate
in
Logistics 30 CREDITS

AAS in Logistics
Operations
60 CREDITS


Career Path
in Logistics and Supply Chain
Management

Specialist/Operator
Level

Supervisory

Level

Tactical
Management


Level

Strategic

Management

Level

A MAP OF LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT
PROCESSES

LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT

PURCHASIN
G & SUPPLY
MANAGEME
NT


-
BUYING

-
MARKET
RESEARCH

MATERIALS
MANAGEM
ENT


-
MANUFACTURING

SUPPORT

INTERNAL
WAREHOUS
E
MANAGEME
NT


-
MATERIALS

HANDLING

-
INVENTORY

MANAGEMENT

FINISHED

GOODS

WAREHOUS
E

MANAGEME
NT


-
PICKING

-
PACKAGING

-
ORDER

PROCESSING

PHYSICAL

DISTRIBUTIO
N

MANAGEMEN
T

TRANSPORTA
TION

EXTERNAL

DISTRIBUTI
ON CENTER
MANAGEME
NT

INBOUND

PROCESSES

INTERNAL
PROCESSES

OUTBOUND
PROCESSES







THE PHYSICAL FLOW OF GOODS





THE PHYSICAL FLOW OF GOODS





THE PHYSICAL
FLOW OF GOODS







FINISHED


GOODS


ISSUANCE

CUSTOME
RS

MANUFACTU
RING

PROCESS


SUPPORT


RAW
MATERIALS &
INPUTS

INTO

PRODUCTION


SUPPLIER
S







The Associated Flow of Information





The Associated Flow of Information





The Associated Flow of Information








Flow of Finances


Flow of Finances


Flow of Finances


Flow of Finances



LGOP A110: Logistics, Information, and
Customer Service Operations

LGOP A120: Warehouse Management
and Inventory Control

LGOP A125: Transportation Services

LGOP A160: Purchasing and Supply
Management

LGOP A235: Transport Operations
Management

Occupational
Endorsement
in
Logistics 15 CREDITS

Undergraduate Certificate
in
Logistics 30 CREDITS

AAS in Logistics
Operations
60 CREDITS


Career Path
in Logistics and Supply Chain
Management

Specialist/Operator
Level

Supervisory

Level

Tactical
Management


Level

Strategic

Management

Level

Undergraduate
in Global
Supply
Chain
Management

Masters in Global Supply
Chain Management

Experience at the Coal
-
Face?

Developing the Human Asset from This….

To This…….

If you think education is
expensive,


Try the cost of ignorance…

Final
Thought…