Course Supply Chain Finance & The Cool Connection game

Curriculum SCF Intensive Course version 1 (22-05-2017) [pdf]

Attached the (revised) intensive course Supply Chain Finance (one week) at Chelyabinsk State University in 2017.

Optional are some aspects like extra rounds in week 2 and 3 of the serious game The Cool Connection (TCC) and/or a written exam.

The kick-off of the SCF course is based on a so-called flipped the classroom approach in week 0 from a video-link (https://video.han.nl/p2gplayer/Player.aspx?id=boR69l) and an article with e-book.

Slides and other teaching materials are available in a dedicated Dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/home/Supply%20Chain%20Finance%20Intensive%20Course%20CSU Continue reading ‘Course Supply Chain Finance & The Cool Connection game’

SUPPLY CHAIN FINANCE

The article IS SUPPLY CHAIN FINANCE READY TO BE APPLIED  IN SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRIZES? by J. H. Jansen, Arnhem, Netherlands, 12.2016.

Supply Chain Finance

Introductory video lecture Supply Chain Finance by Jan Jansen

Intra-Logistics, EFLE Jena 2013

Ernst-Abbe Fachhochschule – EAH (University of Applied Sciences) Jena hosted the 21st European Forum of Logistics Education (EFLE) from the 8th – 11th of October 2013.

The theme of this year forum was: Intra-Logistics (Concepts and Technologies in Production Logistics).

Some impressions:

Tuesday 8th of October

Most of the EFLE members joined for the informal starting dinner  in Hotel Schwarzer Bär. It was nice to meet old and new participants in an informal way. We discussed matters of personal and professional interest in the cosy restaurant of the hotel. Our host Burkhard  Schmager opened the informal meeting two times, because a lot of us were ‘flying in’ during the dinner from all parts of Europe and even Indonesia. Continue reading ‘Intra-Logistics, EFLE Jena 2013’

Impressions of EFLE 2012

20th European Forum of Logistics Education (EFLE 2012) “Railway logistics”

The forum started with the traditional (informal) dinner on Monday the, 8th of October in  the dining room of our hotel Markstadt.We cannot display this gallery

Tuesday we started with Continue reading ‘Impressions of EFLE 2012’

International Symposium on Heavy Vehicle Transport Technology – HVTT12 (Stockholm)

In September 2012 this was our contribution for the HVTT12 conference:

FUTURE DEMANDS ON CONTAINER SIZES AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE TRUCK OF THE FUTURE [pdf]

For more articles on this topic please visit the website: http://hvttconference.com/

Minor Wind Energy Project Management

Join the Minor of the Future!

An exciting and fast developing work field with good job perspectives, a pratical minor with thrilling excursions, getting in touch with authorities in wind power. That’s what the minor/exchange program Wind Energy Project Management is about! This international minor/exchange program at HAN University of Applied Sciences is delivered in cooperation with OutSmart wind professionals. The course deals with every aspect of harvesting wind energy using offshore wind farms. It is a unique study designed for Engineering, Economics and Management students. The program is comprehensive Continue reading ‘Minor Wind Energy Project Management’

New Version Beer Supply Chain Game

Supply Chain Management: Root Beer Game and Global Supply Chain Management
Harvard Business Publishing offers two simulations about supply chain management. Supply Chain Management: Root Beer Game is a team-based simulation that demonstrates how oscillations in a root beer supply chain develop and create a dynamic known as the “bullwhip” effect. Students take on roles representing the retailer, the wholesaler, the distributor, and the factory. In Global Supply Chain Management, students set up a supply chain to deliver two mobile phone models. Students examine the entire manufacturing supply chain and consider how best to optimize a supply chain to meet variable demand. Source: http://cb.hbsp.harvard.edu/cb/product/3101-HTM-ENG

Wind Energy Project management

Wind Energy Project Management is an international minor (Semester elective of 30 ECTS) at the HAN University of Applied Sciences, delivered in cooperation with OutSmart wind professionals. This minor deals with every aspect of harvesting wind energy using offshore wind farms. It is a unique study designed for  with a background in Engineering,  Economics, Logistics and Management.

More information on the website:

http://www.han.nl/opleidingen/minoren/en/windenergy-projectmanagement/

Or you can contact the co-ordinator: Mr Roy Peters (e-mail: roy.peters@han.nl)

An overview of the technical, managerial, financial, political and legal aspects in the various phases of developing an offshore wind farm:

Initiating

Sustainability in Logistics Index (SIL index)

Olga Lyamina from Chelyabinsk State University (Russia) presented results of the research on developing Sustainability in Logistics Index at the International Sustainable Logistics Conference 2010 in Huddersfield, England.

Presentation SIL index [zip]

Authors:

Jan H. Jansen, HAN University of Applied Sciences (The Netherlands)

Elena Kaledinova, HAN University of Applied Sciences (The Netherlands)

Olga Lyamina, Chelyabinsk State University (Russia)