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Master on logistics and supply chain management 134522 llp 1 2007 1 es erasmus ecdsp

Master on Logistics and SupplyChain Management134522-LLP-1-2007-1-ES-ERASMUS-ECDSP

Third Meeting

Magdeburg 4-5 March 2008

Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg, building 10


Agenda

Agenda

  • Welcome & Coffee

  • Minutes of second meeting in Linköping

  • Information from CD Coordinators meeting in Brussels

  • Academic session (room 250)

  • Administration Session (room 254)

  • Informal Lunch (12:30h)

  • Academic session (room 250)

  • Administration Session (room 254)

  • Report of the administration meeting (16:20)

  • Next Meeting: actions arising

  • AOB


Short term actions arising from meeting 1

Short term actions arising from Meeting 1

M-UAB-A1 : progress report available at http://saturn.uab.es/bscw/bscw.cgi/79794

M-UAB-A2 : next slide

M-UAB-A3 : no significant advance since Barcelona’s meeting

M-UAB-A4 : deferred, new call is expected for Autumn, 2008


Lscm web design status

LSCM Web design status

  • Contracting the domains is in progress:

    • www.master-lscm.eu

    • www.master-lscm.edu

  • Development and hosting subcontractor has been contacted

  • Design meeting is scheduled for the following days


Project management and budget actions arising from meeting 1

Project Management and Budget actions arising from Meeting 1

  • Urgent: all the pending agreements must be sent.

  • UAB will print, sign and deliver to the partners

5980,42 €


Agenda1

Agenda

  • Welcome & Coffee

  • Minutes of second meeting in Linköping

  • Information from CD Coordinators meeting in Brussels

  • Academic session (room 250)

  • Administration Session (room 254)

  • Informal Lunch (12:30h)

  • Academic session (room 250)

  • Administration Session (room 254)

  • Report of the administration meeting (16:20)

  • Next Meeting: actions arising

  • AOB


Agenda2

Agenda

  • Welcome & Coffee

  • Minutes of second meeting in Linköping

  • Information from CD Coordinators meeting in Brussels

  • Academic session (room 250)

  • Administration Session (room 254)

  • Informal Lunch (12:30h)

  • Academic session (room 250)

  • Administration Session (room 254)

  • Report of the administration meeting (16:20)

  • Next Meeting: actions arising

  • AOB


Org planning work packages

Org. planning: Work packages

  • PR EP-1: PREPARATION AND DESIGN OF THE LSCM CURRICULUM

  • PR EP-2: DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE INTERNET BASED TOOLS

  • PR EP-3: ELABORATION OF ADMISSION PROCEDURES

  • PR EA-1: PREPARATION OF MOBILITY ACTIONS

  • PR EA-2: LSCM PROGRAMME ACCREDITATION AND LEGAL RECOGNITION

  • PROM: MASTER PROMOTION AND AWARENESS RAISING

  • QPLN: QUALITY AND EVALUATION PLAN

  • DISS: DISSEMINATION

  • EXP: EXPLOITATION

  • MNGT: PROJECT MANAGEMENT


Mid term actions arising from meeting 1

Mid term actions arising from Meeting 1


Pr ep 1 preparation and design of the lscm curriculum

PR EP-1: PREPARATION AND DESIGN OF THE LSCM CURRICULUM

  • Data gathering and distribution among partners (PREP-1-A).

  • Steering committee discussions at meeting in Sweden. (PREP-1-B).

  • Design of course structure and course content outline (PREP-1-C).

  • Finalisation of courses design at meeting in Magdeburg (PREP-1-D).

  • Course content design: local meetings with the curriculum responsible (PREP-1-E).

  • Assessment of curriculum work at meeting in Latvia (PREP-1-F)

  • Elaboration of pedagogical material for learners: Development of case-study tools for virtual benchmarking (PREP-1-G).

  • Elaboration of Material for teaching staff (PREP-1-H).


Pr ep 1 preparation and design of the lscm curriculum1

EM due date

Design of

curriculum

structure

PREP-1B + PREP-1C

Agreement

on curriculum

structure

PREP-1C + PREP-1D

Moved before summer

Course content

outline

PREP-1C

Course content design

Assessment on Curriculum work (Riga)

PREP-1C + PREP-1D + PREP-1F

PR EP-1: PREPARATION AND DESIGN OF THE LSCM CURRICULUM


Lscm the system

Prospective

Student

Profile

Admission

Requirements

LSCM

Educational

Needs

LSCM

Competences &

Learning

Outcomes

LSCM Joint

Msc. Programme

  • Topics

  • Materials

  • e-Learning

LSCM

Joint Master

Delivery

Alumni

Internal

Quality

Assessment

External

Quality

Assessment

Professional

Sector

LSCM: The system


Lscm the system1

LSCM

Educational

Needs

LSCM

Competences &

Learning

Outcomes

LSCM Joint

Msc. Programme

  • Topics

  • Materials

  • e-Learning

LSCM: The system

Already defined

Semester Structure:

  • Common semesters: 1st & 2nd

  • Specialization semesters: 3rd & 4th

    Who and where ?

  • Student mobility: 2nd  3rd

  • Staff mobility: 1st & 2nd


Semester structure the proposal

Semester structure: the proposal

4th

Manufacturing

Transport

Supply Chain

CORE Manuf.

CORE Trans.

3rd

CORE SCM

2nd

Fundamental

CORE Trans.

1st


Who where proposal

10 st

10 st

10 st

10 st

10 st

10 st

Who & Where (proposal)

Up to

60 st

Year 2

A

D

F

E

B

C

Mobility

A

B

Year 1

 {C,D,E,F}

30 st

30 st


Master on logistics and supply chain management 134522 llp 1 2007 1 es erasmus ecdsp

What

Supply

Chain

Transport

Logistics

Manufacturing

DSS

IT

Economics

Basics


Modules for the first year

Modules for the first year


Distribution of second year focus areas

Distribution of second year focus areas


Lscm the system2

LSCM

Educational

Needs

LSCM

Competences &

Learning

Outcomes

LSCM Joint

Msc. Programme

  • Topics

  • Materials

  • e-Learning

LSCM: The system

Today

LSCM Competencies and Outcomes:

  • Generic

  • Specific

    Course outline:

  • Basic knowledge

  • Foundamentals

  • Core specializations


Lscm the system3

LSCM

Educational

Needs

LSCM

Competences &

Learning

Outcomes

LSCM Joint

Msc. Programme

  • Topics

  • Materials

  • e-Learning

LSCM: The system

Today

Competences:

  • Knowledge: to know …

  • Procedures: to know how to …

  • Attitudes

    Learning Outcomes:

  • Understanding

  • Demonstrate knowledge

  • Show (analytical) abilities and skills


Tuning learning outcomes competences

Tuning: Learning outcomes & Competences

  • Learning outcomes are statements of what a learner is expected to know, understand and/or be able to demonstrate after completion of learning. They can refer to a single course unit or module or else to a period of studies, for example, a first or a second cycle programme. Learning outcomes specify the requirements for award of credit.

  • Competences represent a dynamic combination of knowledge, understanding, skills and abilities. Fostering competences is the object of educational programmes. Competences will be formed in various course units and assessed at different stages.


Tuning generic competences

Tuning: Generic Competences

  • Instrumental competences: cognitive abilities, methodological abilities, technological abilities and linguistic abilities;

  • Interpersonal competences: individual abilities like social skills (social interaction and co-operation);

  • Systemic competences: abilities and skills concerning whole systems (combination of understanding, sensibility and knowledge; prior acquisition of instrumental and interpersonal competences required).


Tuning specific competences

Tuning: Specific Competences

  • Ability to analyse and structure a problem of an enterprise and design a solution (i.e. entering a new market)

  • Audit an organisation and design consultancy plans (i.e. tax law, investment, case studies, project work)

  • Define criteria according to which an enterprise is defined and link the results with the analysis of the environment to identify perspectives (i.e. SWOT, internal and external value chain)

  • Identify and operate adequate software.

  • Design and implement information systems

  • Identify and use adequate tools (i.e. market research, statistical analysis, comparative ratios)

  • Identify related issues such as culture and ethics and understand their impact on business organisations


Discussion

Discussion


Agenda3

Agenda

  • Welcome & Coffee

  • Minutes of second meeting in Linköping

  • Information from CD Coordinators meeting in Brussels

  • Academic session (room 250)

  • Administration Session (room 254)

  • Informal Lunch (12:30h)

  • Academic session (room 250)

  • Administration Session (room 254)

  • Report of the administration meeting (16:20)

  • Next Meeting: actions arising

  • AOB


Agenda4

Agenda

  • Welcome & Coffee

  • Minutes of second meeting in Linköping

  • Information from CD Coordinators meeting in Brussels

  • Academic session (room 250)

  • Administration Session (room 254)

  • Informal Lunch (12:30h)

  • Academic session (room 250)

    • 1st year: Course content outline.

    • 2nd year: definition of working groups

  • Administration Session (room 254)

  • Report of the administration meeting (16:20)

  • Next Meeting: actions arising

  • AOB


Course content outline

Course Content Outline


Module information 1 2

Module Information 1/2

  • General Information of the Module

    • Title

    • Code

    • Type (Mandatory/Elective)

    • Level (MSc)

    • Year

    • Semester

    • ECTS

    • Prerequisites

    • Language of Instruction

    • Coordinator and Lecturing Team


Module information 2 2

Module Information 2/2

  • Objectives of the Module

    • Learning Outcomes

    • Competences to be acquired

  • Module Contents

  • Teaching Methods

  • Assessment Methods

  • Recommended readings


Agenda5

Agenda

  • Welcome & Coffee

  • Minutes of second meeting in Linköping

  • Information from CD Coordinators meeting in Brussels

  • Academic session (room 250)

  • Administration Session (room 254)

  • Informal Lunch (12:30h)

  • Academic session (room 250)

  • Administration Session (room 254)

  • Report of the administration meeting (16:20)

  • Next Meeting: actions arising

  • AOB


Report of the administration meeting

Report of the administration meeting

  • Admission procedures

  • Admission requirements (administrative issues)

  • For each partner complete forms at http://saturn.uab.es/bscw/bscw.cgi/81348

  • Transcript holder/s and degree and diploma supplement issue

  • Professors and students mobility programmes: external financing

  • Master price calculation methodology

  • Report elaboration


Agenda6

Agenda

  • Welcome & Coffee

  • Minutes of second meeting in Linköping

  • Information from CD Coordinators meeting in Brussels

  • Academic session (room 250)

  • Administration Session (room 254)

  • Informal Lunch (12:30h)

  • Academic session (room 250)

  • Administration Session (room 254)

  • Report of the administration meeting (16:20)

  • Next Meeting: actions arising

  • AOB


Next meeting actions arising

Next Meeting: actions arising

  • Master Course definition:

    • Learning outcomes

    • Competences

    • Course content

  • Preparation of the LSCM Consortium:

    • Cooperation agreement

    • Information Package - Course Catalogue

    • Procedures and Guidelines

    • Financial Endorsement


Discussion1

Discussion

PROPOSAL

Agreements:

  • Master course definition:

    • All partners provide support

    • LIU coordinates and follows up

  • Preparation of the LSCM Consortium:

    • UAB elaborates the proposal

    • All partners submit the proposal to their respective Academic Authorities


Agenda second day

Agenda (second day)

  • Welcome & Coffee

  • Quality and Evaluation Plan

  • End of the meeting

  • Informal Lunch


Qpln quality and evaluation plan

QPLN: QUALITY AND EVALUATION PLAN

This work package is aimed at the definition of the internal and external evaluation mechanisms for quality assurance. The following measures will be taken to monitor and evaluate the project progress:

  • Definition of the internal Monitoring Committee and Quality Assurance procedures (QPLN-A).

  • External quality processes: Advice and evaluation by an independent Advisory Committee integrated by expert practitioners within the discipline during the project development. Subcontracting fees have been included at the budget for this purpose. (QPLN-B).

  • Quality Assessment. In addition to internal and external committees, students of the various partner institutions will be also included at different stages in the analysis and evaluation of the outputs to be achieved (QPLN-C).


Qpln quality and evaluation plan1

EM due date

Quality Internal+External Procedures Proposal

QLPN-A

QPLN: QUALITY AND EVALUATION PLAN


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