Course: logistics planning in automotive industry

Course no. :n/a
ECTS credits:5
Lecturer(s):Dipl.-Ing. H. Rommel
Available: winter term summer term
Course type:Lecture/practical exercises
Exam type:Written e. 1,5h or oral examine
Exam requirements: 
Objectives:- Starting at the typical organisational structure and work-sharing within a manufacturing company learning about co-operation of different sectors of logistics of this type of company in the course of product developing, preparing and starting of production as much as market introduction
- To get an understanding of the difference between operational tasks and planning tasks within Logistics. What does Logistics Planning means and how it may be organized, to get an effect of a competitive advantage with it
- To get an understanding what lean logistics means, what has to be planned, realized and put into operation for every new product. Therefore to get to know general basics of lean logistics as part of co-called Production System
- Concluding learning by example about planning methods and planning processes in the course of Logistics Planning within automotive industry.
Course contents:1 – Introduction in Logistics – Organisation of Logistics within manufacturig companies
- Demarcation of Logistics within an manufacturing company
- Information Logistics, Production Material Control & Supply Chain Management, Launch & Change Management, Production Programming & Scheduling, Inbound Logistics & Transportation,Outbound Logistics & Allocation, Genuine Spare Part Logistics

2 - Organisation, contents & aims of logistics planning
- Demarcation of planning on the one hand and operating logistical processes on the other hand
- Work-Sharing within Logistics Planning, Networking and external Co-operations
- Philosophy, contents, tasks and aims of Logistics Planning
- Principles of the Toyota-Produktion System
- Best Practices of logistical processes

3 – Best Practices of Logistics Planning

4 – Management methods in the course of Production Planning
- Decision Making Processes, Conflict Management, Project Management, Task-Force-Management
- Monitoring, Steering & Controlling, Reporting, Quality Management, Human Resources Management an Development, …
Literature:- Produktionsleitsysteme in der Automobilfertigung; Kropik, Markus; Springer Verlag, 2009
- Die zweite Revolution in der Automobilindustrie; Womack, J.P., Jones D.T., Roos, D.; W. Heyne Verlag, 1991
- Auf dem Weg zum perfekten Unternehmen; Womack, J.P., Jones, D.T.; Heyne Verlag, 1998
- Managementwissen für Ingenieure; Schwab, Adolf; Springer Verlag, 4. Aufl., 2008
- Qualität von Kennzahlen und Erfolg von Managern; Burkert, Michael; Gabler Edition Wissenschaft, 2008
- Transport- und Lagerlogistik; Martin, Heinrich; Viewegs Fachbücher der Technik Verlag, 6. Aufl., 2006
- Logistikmanagement in der Automobilindustrie; Klug, Florian; Springer Verlag, 2010
- Integrierte Materialwirtschaft und Logistik; Wannenwetsch, Helmut; Springer Verlag, 4. Aufl., 2010
- Identifikationssysteme und Automatisierung; ten Hompel, Michael u.a.; Springer Verlag, 2008
- Produktions- und Logistikmanagement; Vahrenkamp, Richard; Pldenbourg Verlag, 2. Aufl. 1996
- Supply Chain Management; Thaler, Klaus; Fortis-Verlag, 3. Aufl., 2001
- Supply Chain Management; Werner, Hartmut; Gabler Verlag, 2000
- Materialflußlehre; Arnold, Dieter; Vieweg Verlag, 1995
- Virtuelle Logistikplanung für die Automobilindustrie; Bierwirth, Thomas; Shaker Verlag, 2004
- Logistische Netzwerke; Bretzke, Wolf-Rüdiger; Springer Verlag; 2008
available in modul:key qualification in semester 4