Logistics Systems & Technology Module
Topics covered include logistical operations and warehousing, operating arrangements, customer-focused marketing, and operations planning. Learn how these components work together to create an efficient and effective supply chain.
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You will also learn to integrate and promote these to a workforce to achieve a common goal by understanding the importance of communication and collaboration among and the use of technology to optimize logistics and customer satisfaction.
Upon completion, you will understand the different strategic models and designs used in supply chain management and the importance of logistics systems and technology.
The online course on logistics systems and technology is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the strategic models and designs related to supply chain management. The course covers a range of topics, including logistical operations and warehousing, operating arrangements, customer-focused marketing, and operations planning. Students will learn how these different components of logistics systems and technology work together to create an efficient and effective supply chain. On a managerial level, students will also learn how to integrate, incorporate, and promote these models into a workforce to maintain a succinct workflow and common goal. By the end of the course, students will be equipped with the skills and knowledge needed to manage logistics operations effectively, optimize logistics processes, and improve customer satisfaction.
- 30% Homework – Review each chapter covered.
- 30% Quizzes – These will test your comprehension of the course material.
- 40% Final Exams – One exam following the course.
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4 weeks at 20 hours per week.
All courses are taught in English.
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World-class textbooks are available with no extra cost.
Module credits can be put towards a future Diploma program.
Supply Chain Logistics Management
Using a reader-friendly style and straightforward, interesting approach, this textbook blend logistics theory with practical applications. The latest content highlights emerging issues, technology developments, and global changes in the constantly evolving field of supply chain management today.
This digital edition examines today's real companies and how public and private organizations are responding to the continual pressure to modernize and transform their supply chains. Updated features and short cases offer hands-on managerial experience as you examine the key decisions and circumstances that supply chain managers face daily. New profiles introduce each chapter with real organizations, people, or events that emphasize the relevance of what you are learning. Technology-focused features and global content examine key areas where change is occurring and provide a meaningful perspective on how today's changes impact current and future supply chains.
Robert A. Novack: Dr. Novack is currently an Associate Professor of Business Logistics in the Department of Business Logistics at Penn State. From 1979 to 1981, Dr. Novack worked in Operations and planning for the Yellow Freight Corporation in Overland Park, KS. From 1981 to 1984, Dr. Novack worked for the Drackett Company in Cincinnati, OH. He is the co-author of two textbooks: Transportation (with John Coyle and Ed Bardi) and Creating Logistics Value: Themes for the Future (with Lloyd Rinehart and John Langley).
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By completing this course, you will earn recognized Canadian educational credentials in this subject. Canadian post-secondary institutions are considered some of the best and most affordable academic institutions in the world.
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Everything depends on your experience, location, industry, and the job market itself. According to data from PayScale, the average salary for supply chain management professionals in Canada is approximately CAD 68,000 per year. Entry level positions in supply chain management start at an average of CAD 44,000 per year, while more senior positions such as supply chain director can earn an average of CAD 128,000 per year or more.
Yes, the job market for supply chain management careers is currently strong and expected to continue growing in the coming years.
In Canada, the Conference Board of Canada predicts that the demand for supply chain and logistics professionals will continue to grow due to factors such as globalization and e-commerce.
Furthermore, supply chain management is a diverse field with opportunities in various industries such as manufacturing, retail, healthcare, and technology, among others. As such, professionals with skills and experience in supply chain management are likely to find job opportunities in a range of different settings.
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