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LOG101-PRINCIPLES OF LOGISTICS I. Dr. Burcu Özçam ADIVAR . email : burcu.ozcam@ieu.edu.tr Office : Room 811, C Block Phone : Internal 8510, 02324888510 Office hours :Monday 12:30-15:30 Wednesday 15:30-17:30

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dr burcu z am adivar
Dr. BurcuÖzçam ADIVAR
  • email : burcu.ozcam@ieu.edu.tr
  • Office : Room 811, C Block
  • Phone : Internal 8510, 02324888510
  • Office hours:Monday 12:30-15:30

Wednesday 15:30-17:30

  • Web address : http://homes.ieu.edu.tr/~bozcam/
dr znur yurt
Dr. Öznur YURT
  • email : oznur.yurt@ieu.edu.tr
  • Office : Room 321, A Block
  • Phone : Internal 8460, 02324888460
  • Office hours:Thursday 09:30-12:30

Friday 12:30-15:30

  • Web address : http://homes.ieu.edu.tr/~oyurt/

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of the World, 15th edition.

course objectives
  • Develop an understanding of the role of logistics in a market-oriented society
  • Examine the major functions of logistics
  • Provide an opportunity for comprehensive analysis and discussion of key contemporary issues and problems in logistics and supply chain management
  • Examine the details of planning and control processes in logistics management
course learning outcomes

Having completed the course, students should be able,

  • to understand the principles of logistics management
  • to understand the logistics role in the economy and the organization
  • to be aware of the distinction between the concepts of supply chain and logistics
  • to use the related concepts/terminology
course learning outcomes1

to combine their theoretical knowledge with practical knowledge

to understand the general concepts of customer service

to understand the general applications of logistics information systems

to understand and to use the concepts of inventory management and material management

to understand and develop decision strategies in transportation and traffic management

course notes

-Assignmentsand class discussionsinclude; assigned cases, academicarticles and/or other assignments as well as the accompanying discussion of these assignments in class.

-Detailsabout each assignment will be given to the students at least one week prior to due date.

other sources
Other Sources
  • Stock R. James, Lambert M. Douglas, “Strategic Logistics Management”, 4th Ed., Int. Ed.-2001, McGraw-Hill Irwin, ISBN 0-256-13687-4.
  • Lambert M. Douglas, Stock R. James, Ellram M. Lisa, “Fundamentals of Logistics Management”, 1998, Irwin/McGraw-Hill Publishing.
  • Ballou R. H. "Business Logistics/Supply Chain Management ", Pearson Education, Inc., Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, 5th Edition, 2004, ISBN 0131230107          
  • S. Chopra – P. Meindl: Supply Chain Management, Strategy, Planning and Operation, Pearson Education Inc., 2004
  • Coyle, Bardi, and Langley Jr., The Management of Business Logistics, SouthWestern/Thomson Learning ISBN 0324007515
web references
Web References:
  • http://logistics.about.com/industry/logistics/mbody.htm
  • http://www.cips.org/
  • http://www.clm1.org/
  • http://members.eunet.at/ifpmm/i_vision.html
  • http://www.warehouselogistics.org/
  • http://www.sole.org/
  • http://www.lmi.org/
  • http://www.supply-chain.org/
  • http://www.tli.gatech.edu/
course policies
  • Attendance is required at all times.
  • Any evidence of cheating, fabrication, facilitating academic dishonesty or plagiarism will be reported to the Dean of students for appropriate disciplinary action and you will receive a failing grade for the assignment (0).
  • Please refrain from unnecessary conversation during class.
  • During class cell phones must be turned off.
  • Please refrain from text messaging during class.
  • Please refrain from emailing or surfing the web using laptop computers during class.
  • All of the assignments and exams must be completed. Otherwise you will not receive a passing grade.
your responsibilities
  • Read coursesyllabusfrom front to back before asking the instructor about class policies. If the answer isn't in the syllabus, the instructor will be happy to talk with you. Know the class policies in the syllabus.
  • Attend class. You are responsible for all announcements made in class, in labs, and on class web sites. Saturday classes will be announced in advance.
  • Come to class on time. Treat each class as your job--consistently late arrivals disrupt the class, and, of course, make you miss the most important part of class-- the first 5-10 minutes when announcements are made and questions are answered. If you are late for more than 15 minutes, please do not attempt to enter.
your responsibilities1

4. If you have any problems with getting work done, with exam schedules, or anything that requires you to meet a deadline, it is your responsibility to notify the instructor in advance.

5. Know when and where examinations are given and be there.

6. Turn in all homework. Start assignments as soon as they are assigned. Problems with printers, computers, disk failures, etc., are not acceptable excuses for not turning in your homework on time.

Late submissions will not be accepted.

your responsibilities2

7. Check your grades when they are posted or returned to you. Any errors must be reported as soon as possible, usually within one week.

8. Make certain that your performance merits the grade you want.

9. Find your instructor's office early in the semester and know his/her office hours. Know who your lab assistants are and what their hours are.

10. Any single incident of dishonesty (on an exam or on repeated homework assignments) can result in penalties ranging from course failure to removal actions through the Dean's office.

your responsibilities3

11. Saveall of yourgradedworkuntiltheend of thesemester. Keeptheelectronicsourcefilesanddiskettes. Instructorsmakeerrors in therecording of gradesandcalculation of final grades. Theerrorsaresimpletocorrectifyoupresenttheinstructorwiththegradedassignment.

12. Backupelectronicworkfrequently on CD andmaintainbackupfiles on separatediskettes. No onewillallways be ablefixyour disk if it malfunctionsorbackupfilesforyou. TakemalfunctioningdiskettestotheHelpDesk. Be aware of Universitypolicies on Computers & Software.



14. Read your email at least every other day. This is the quickest and easiest way for an instructor to communicate with a large group of students and for individual students to communicate with the instructor.

15. Identify any disability which may negatively impact your performance in any class as early in the semester as possible. Speak to the instructor in private.

16. Please take notes during the course. The slides will be uploaded to the lecturer’s web site after the lectures.

17. Knowuniversity policies on subjects such as withdrawal and know Student Action Deadlines.