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|SEG7500 Logistics Management|
Li Qing, Dora Lok, CUHK
Logistics management is the planning, implementation and control of the processes involved in the flow and storage of materials from the point of origin (as raw materials) through the various value-added stages to the point of consumption (as finished goods). It has been estimated that logistics costs account for 30% of the cost of doing business. Effective logistics management can lower costs, provide better customer service and quality, which translate into strategic competitive advantage and profitability for the company.
This course provides an introduction to Logistics Management. Topics covered include the strategic important of logistics management, logistics network design, location and layout planning, production and transportation planning, benchmarking a supply chain, international logistics issues, and new trends in distribution and logistics management.
|Management 349 Principles of Management and Organizational Behavior|
Joe Dobson, Western Illinois University
This course enumerates the priciples of management and the behavior of different organizations.
Thomson Nelson, Nipissing University, Ontario, Canada
This course covers organizational management, projects, and processes. The main topics are Introduction to Management, Making Things Happen, Meeting the Competition, and Organizing People, Projects, and Processes.
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