General information


Subject type: Mandatory

Coordinator: Jesus Ezequiel Martínez Marín

Trimester:1

Credits: 3

Teaching staff: Maria de Lourdes Eguren Martí

Description


VALUE CHAIN ​​IN LOGISTICS.

 

This subject has methodological and digital resources to make possible its continuity in non-contact mode in the case of being necessary for reasons related to the Covid-19. In this way, the achievement of the same knowledge and skills that are specified in this teaching plan will be ensured.

The TecnoCampus will make available to teachers and students the digital tools needed to carry out the course, as well as guides and recommendations that facilitate adaptation to the non-contact mode.

Learning outcomes


Analyze the value chain of the company, taking into account the factors of each of the processes. 

Working methodology


The teaching methodology of the subject is divided into two parts: face-to-face sessions and independent work.

In the face-to-face sessions the teachers will teach the theory, interspersing practical examples that will facilitate the learning of the knowledge explained and will help the student in the resolution of exercises and practical activities.

In a complementary way, the student will have to work autonomously to deepen in the theoretical and practical concepts seen in classes, as well as to do a work in group.

Contents


• The value chain

• The value chain as a strategic tool: Competitive advantages through cost and differentiation strategies

• Design and management of the value chain

• Analytical study of the value chain in the logistics field

• Elements that affect the value model of the logistics chain:

• Case study: best practices and methodology.

Learning activities


The teaching methodology of the subject is divided into two parts: face-to-face sessions and independent work.

In the face-to-face sessions the teachers will teach the theory, interspersing practical examples that will facilitate the learning of the knowledge explained and will help the student in the resolution of exercises and practical activities.

In a complementary way, the student will have to work autonomously to deepen in the theoretical and practical concepts seen in classes, as well as to do a work in group.

Evaluation system


The global note of the subject considers the following aspects:

• Exercises, practices and work: 20%.

• Group work: 30%.

• Final exam: 50%

References


Basic

Bozicnik, S., Mulej, & M. (2009). Corporate Social Responsibility and Requisite Holism — Supported by Tradable Permits. Systems Research and Behavioral Science, 27 (1), 23-35.

Anderson, D., Sweeney, D., &, Williams, T. (1999). Quantitative methods for business (7th ed.). Mexico: International Thomson Editores.

Ansotegui, C. (Nov / Dec 2010). What is value creation? Harvard Deusto. Finance & Accounting, 98,.

Bilgen, B. (2009). Application of fuzzy mathematical programming approach to the production allocation and distribution supply chain network problem. Expert Systems with Applications, 37 (6) 4488–4495.