LogisticsDresden International University GmbH
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· Welche Ziele werden in diesem Kurs verfolgt?
The concept covers 40% economic basics and 60% logistics specific content. Teaching is supported by: modern teaching methods, expert meetings and field trips. The program includes six compulsory modules which deal with the business aspects of general management as well as with the detailed focus on management of the logistics chain and the logistics orientated management.
Participants in our programs at DIU typically have successfully graduated from university. As graduates or professionals with a career they seek executive development to acquire new or refine specialized competencies.Our program participants are highly motivated and keen to actively shape their role in a rapidly transforming and complex environment. Admission requirements: * Master’s Degree/Bachelor’s Degree (four years) in Economics/Engineering/Natural or Social Sciences or equivalent * Proficiency in English * Approx. two years professional experience in the relevant field
Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?
The MBA program Logistics Management is intended for candidates with a strong interest in understanding logistics and operations - in either manufacturing or service industries. The program has a managerial focus and it is therefore also valuable to students with an interest in general management. It is particularly valuable for those who see their careers in operations over the coming decade, or who see themselves consulting in operations for client businesses. Students acquire an indepth knowledge and understanding of advanced logistics, operations, manufacturing, distribution and supply chain management issues, concepts, tools and applications. They develop the ability to identify strategic issues in operations, position a company for competitive advantage using operations and logistics, align corporate and operations strategy, design the right supply chain for your product, enable mass customization, create a virtually integrated company and collaborate in the supply chain. Issues include postponement, speculation, partner-shipping, new product development, efficient consumer response, vendor managed inventory, the impact of Internet Technology on supply chains, e-commerce and disintermediation.
The MBA-Fulltime-Program will be conducted in English.
Our strategy is to train professionals at the core of logistic businesses in solid competencies in organizing, planning, executing and controlling supply chains. This strategy results in a broad curriculum covering management and logistics modules to provide students with the tools needed to design, manage, assess and improve logistics systems for manufacturing, transportation and distribution companies.
The curiculum contains four main parts with alltogether eleven modules.
Part A: General Management
- Strategic Management
- Management Basics I: Organization- and Process Management
- Management Basics II: Controlling
- Management Basics III: Project Management/Knowledge Management/Quantitative Analysis Methods
Part B: Supply Chain Management
- Logistics-Conceptual Design
- Logistics Systems
- Logistics Performance and Processes
- Procurement Logistics
- Supply Chain Management I: Planning
- Advanced Planning Systems
- Transportation Planning
- Network Flow Problems
- Vehicle Routing Problem
- Physical Distribution
- Methods for Rationalization of Logistics Processes
- Supply Chain Management II + III: Systems & Strategy
- Process Optimization
- Quality Management
- Planning and Controlling of Logistical Decisions
- Quality Management in Logistics
- Strategic Supply Chain Management
- Change Management
Part C: Corporate Management
- Instruments for Logistics Planning
- Human Resource Management
- Logistics and Environment
- Applications of Logistics-oriented Corporate Management, e.g.
Part D: Master Thesis
Next possible intake: 22. February 2010