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									Enterprise Life Cycle Logistics Management
               Course Review
                               Marty Sherman
                     Center Director – Life Cycle Logistics
LCL FIPT 14 Nov 08
                 LOG 350 Development Strategy
•   Competency-Based
•   Enterprise-wide Cradle-to-Grave Life Cycle Focus:
    Eight complex “threaded” student team exercises
    span the entire life cycle; from concept refinement
    through system acquisition, deployment,
    sustainment and disposal/recycling. It follows the
    Integrated Defense AT&L Life Cycle Management
    Framework Chart (Wall Chart)
•   Integrated Horizontally (Across the Life Cycle) &
    Vertically (Multi-disciplinary)
•   Tight Integration across PLM
     – Leverage CL Modules as prerequisites, read-aheads
       and homework
•   Hands-on active student learning
•   Shifts from “Instructor-led” to “Instructor-
     – Role of the instructor fundamentally different!
     – Engaged Learner, not “death by PowerPoint”
       Competency Based

DoD Logistics Human
Capital Strategy (HCS)
                        LOG 350 Enterprise Life Cycle Logistics
                              Management Framework
                                 Operations & Support (legacyIOC
  Concept           Technology          System Development       Production & Deployment
 Refinement        Development            & Demonstration                                      Operations &
  Concept                                          Critical Design              FRP Decision
  Refinement                                       Review          LRIP/OT&E    Review
                              Major Modification (Hybrid engine)
                                      Systems Acquisition                                      Sustainment
Exercise 2         Exercise 3     Exercise 4              Exercise 6                       Exercise 1
                                         Develop and Analyze            Analyze the        Analyze Product
Define             Develop and
                                         a PBL Support                Deployment Plan      Support Capabilities
Supportability &   Analyze an Initial
Material           Product Support       Startegy as Part of a         of the Modified     Exercise 7
Availability       Strategy              Product Support Plan             JLSV and         Product Support,
Objectives &                                                            Replacement        Supportability
Evaluate                                                               Hybrid Engine       Assessments,
                                         Exercise 5                                        Tech Refreshment, Post
Product Support                          Demonstrate Product
Capabilities                                                                               Production Support
                                         Support Capability
                                                                                           (Obsolescence /
                                                                                           DMSMS) Demil &
  Design for Support                                                                       Disposal
                                        Develop Support                                     Support the Design
                                            System                                          (Maintain/Improve
                                                                  Acquire & Deploy
                                                                                           Readiness & Improve
                                                                 Supportable System
                     Exercise 8 “Capstone” (Hydrogen Fuel Cell Engine)
                       Pre-Class Work
                                 Competency Related
                                 Research Topic Point Paper/Brief

CLM - CLE015
Continuous Process Improvement

                                                  on logistics
                          LOG 350 Status
• Course Manager: Dr. Tony Scafati (C&NE Region)
• Student Pilot successfully completed: 17-27 Jun 08.
• 12 LOG 350 offerings completed to date:
   – All regions have certified instructors to meet teaching
   – Most regions completed 3-4 offerings
• Log 304 retired as of 1 Oct 08
• Each Region responsible for maintaining material for two
  exercises. Regional Lead responsible for:
   –   Exercise Currency
   –   Accuracy
   –   Instructor Guide
   –   Evaluation Rubrics
   –   Training other professors
LOG350 Student Pilot

           Development Team
           LCIC/5 Regions/LMI

           Student Pilot
           All services and
           4th Estate Represented
Instructor Facilitated/
 Students Hands-on
                        LOG 350 Feedback
• Student feedback - Exceptional
  – “This class was the best I have ever taken, not just at DAU but
    in any academic setting”
  – This is an outstanding course that should be mandatory for all
    senior logistics management specialists.
  – The best training that I have ever had before
  – Most productive and greatest take-aways. Minds-on knowledge
    than most courses lack. Wonderful course, should be
    mandatory for Program Managers!
• Supervisor feedback:
  – “Two of my employees attended last week…both came back
    with a very favorable impression of the course” (Army
    supervisor following first Huntsville offering)
• Instructor feedback:
  – Definitely a huge step up from LOG 304
           Recognized Best Practices

LOG 350 Receives Team Award in Category
  For Meeting DAU’s #1Goal (Mission)
Log 350 team was recognized at the
DAU Annual Corporate Recognition
Awards for its exceptional contribution
to DAU’s mission performance by
providing a fully integrated learning
environment in concert with other talent
management initiatives that engage the
learner at the point of need!
         Continuous Process Improvement
First Semi-Annual Hot Wash
• Regional leads (Development team) will meet at Ft.
  Belvoir 21-22 January 2009.
• Regional leads responsible for recommending any
  changes to the baseline course.
• Add in a second simulation (MRO/Supply Chain
• Enhance Emerging Topics
• Instructors to discuss presentation techniques and
  exercise improvements.
• Once approved, baseline will be changed (in
  Blackboard) to reflect current configuration.
            Regional Leads are as Follows:
•   Emerging Topics: Mid-West – Mike Bayer
•   Exercise 1: Mid-Atlantic – Bill Conroy
•   Exercise 2: Mid-West – Mike Bayer
•   Exercise 3: South – Jack Cain
•   Exercise 4: C&NE – Larry Heller
•   Exercise 5: Mid-Atlantic – Bill Conroy
•   Exercise 6: C&NE – Kevin Wedmark
•   Exercise 7: West – Ron Burroughs
•   Exercise 8: South – Ken Nicholas
•   Simulation: West – Marty Sherman

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