Supply Chain Management and Logistics INDIANA

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					                  INDIANA
 Supply Chain Management
        and Logistics
Leslie Gardner, University of Indianapolis
 Susan Brocksmith, Vincennes University
Carletta Sullivan, McKenzie Career Center
             Accomplishments
•   Articulation Agreements
•   Curriculum (includes programs of study)
•   Professional Development for Teachers
•   Partnerships
       Articulation Agreements
• Secondary to Postsecondary
  – Project Lead the Way with Ivy Tech statewide (23
    campuses throughout the state and classes are
    offered in more than 75 communities)
  – Ben Davis University High School with Vincennes
    University
• 2+2 Associate Degree to Bachelor’s Degree
  – Vincennes University to University of Indianapolis
  – Ivy Tech (statewide) to University of Indianapolis
                  Curriculum
• Programs of Study
• Curriculum Alignment with Professional
  Certifications
• Instructional Modules (secondary)
  – Mathematics
  – Business
• Enrichment Activities (middle and high school)
• Project-Based Learning
               Programs of Study
Drafts of postsecondary components of programs of study
  submitted to Indiana Department of Education for
• Business, Management & Administration Cluster: Business
  Analysis
• Manufacturing Cluster: Logistics & Inventory Control
• Marketing, Sales & Service Cluster: Distribution & Logistics
• Transportation, Distribution & Logistics Cluster: Logistics
  Planning & Management Services
• Transportation, Distribution & Logistics Career Cluster:
  Transportation Operations
• Transportation, Distribution & Logistics Cluster:
  Warehousing and Distribution Center Operations
           Programs of Study
• The associate degree levels of these plans are
  based on courses common to the Ivy Tech and
  Vincennes University programs.
• The bachelor’s degree levels of these plans are
  based on course common to the University of
  Indianapolis, Indiana University, Purdue
  University, Ball State University, and Indiana
  State University programs.
  Programs of Study for Indiana
Department of Education Website
  Programs of Study for Indiana
Department of Education Website
         Curriculum Alignment
     with Professional Certifications
• Ivy Tech Community College conducting pilot
  assessments for Indiana logistics workers in
  credentials sponsored by the Manufacturers Skill
  Standards Council (MSSC)
   – the functional-level Certified Logistics Associate (CLA)
     certificate and
   – the mid-level Certified Logistics Technician (CLT)
     certification.
• The University of Indianapolis has aligned its
  curriculum with APICS CPIM certification
   – Vincennes University may follow
     Align Curriculum with APICS CPIM
               Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM)
  Covers essential terminology, concepts, and strategies related to demand management,
      procurement and supplier planning, material requirements planning, capacity
  requirements planning, sales and operations planning, master scheduling, performance
   measurements, supplier relationships, quality control, and continuous improvement.
APICS CPIM Modules
  CPIM Strategic Mgmt
     of Resources                                           SCM
                                                            405
   CPIM Execution &                                                          SCM
  Control of Operations                            SCM                       485
                                         SCM
                                                   404
                                         388
    CPIM Detailed               SCM
 Scheduling & Planning          386                                SCM
                                                                   481
 CPIM Master Planning
     of Resources

  CPIM Basics of Supply   SCM
   Chain Management       210
    Supply Chain Instructional Modules
       for High and Middle School
•   Business and Mathematics
•   Align with Indiana Standards
•   Career initiative through an academic discipline
•   Mathematics is the unifying discipline behind
    career clusters that relate to supply chain
    management and logistics
    – Engineering
    – Business
    – Advanced manufacturing
  Supply Chain Instructional Modules
   for High and Middle School Math
• X,Y- Coordinates – Location Planning
• Graphical Linear Programming – Supply Chain
  Modeling
• Solving Systems of Equations with Matrices –
  Algorithmic Thinking
• Logarithms – Acids and Bases in Supply Chains (pH)
• Circles – Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
• Step Functions – Quantity Discounts
• Statistics – Analyzing Data
• Probability – Just-in-Time Manufacturing JIT
• Networks, Projects, and Routings – Process Design
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  Supply Chain Instructional Modules
 for High and Middle School Business
• Manufacture Snacks Products
• Distribution Game
• Purchase Planning Data Collection and
  Analysis Activity
• Just-In-Time Manufacturing Simulation
• Careers in Supply-Chain Research Activity
         Enrichment Activities
• Young Executive Camp
  – Monday – Manufacturing
  – Tuesday – Packaging
  – Wednesday – Distribution
  – Thursday – Retail
  – Friday – Apprentice Competition
      Project-Based Learning (PBL)
• Woodrow Wilson Fellows developing PBL supply
  chain modules for math
  – Master of Arts in Teaching Program
  – Engineers
  – Commit to teach in high-need schools
• PBL examples
  –   Traffic flow analysis (graph algorithms)
  –   Who wants to be a millionaire (compound interest)
  –   Credit card debt (compound interest)
  –   JIT inventory (compound interest)
Project-Based Learning (PBL)




 Traffic-flow analysis for
 a cloverleaf interchange
   High School Teacher Workshop
• 2 weeks, 7 hours per day (June 8-19, 2009)
• 21 middle school, high school, and college
  math teacher
• Field trips, labs, guest speakers, lesson
  planning
• 3 hours of graduate credit in education
                  Field Trips
•   Nucor Steel
•   Garrity Tool
•   Subaru
•   Birck Nanotechnology Center (Purdue)
•   FedEx
•   Redcats
                 Nucor Steel




See http://www.nucor-sheetmills.com/ for virtual tour.
Birck Nanotechnology Center
                    Labs
• Just-In-Time poker chips and dice
  demonstration
• Process design lab – make a Key Lime Pie
• Packaging
• Distribution game
                     Speakers
• Information Systems –     • RFID
  Enterprise Resource       • Public Policy/Workforce
  Planning                    Development
• Indiana Conexus           • Purchasing and strategic
• Transportation              sourcing
• Entrepreneurship          • Indiana Standards for
• Life Science Industries     Math
• Global Supply Chains      • I-STEM Network
                   Partnerships
• Higher Education – Ivy Tech Community College, University
  of Indianapolis, Vincennes University
• Secondary Education – McKenzie Career Center, Speedway
  High School, Arsenal Technical High School, Ben Davis
  University High School
• Indiana Conexus – Dream-It-Do-It
• Companies – FedEx, Nucor, Subaru, Dow AgroSciences,
  IMMI, Garrity Tool, Redcats, Magnum Logistics, Langham
• Professional Societies - APICS, ASQ, NAPM, IoPP, PMI,
  AST&L, CSCMP, ASQ Midwest Biomedical discussion group
• Woodrow Wilson Foundation
• I-STEM network
                   Challenges
• Downsizing of state government causing changes
  in how career pathways are approved
• Finding all of the parties working on Supply Chain
  Management and Logistics Education and
  building relationships and partnerships
• Recruiting students in to programs of study
  – Dispelling myths of low paying, boring jobs
  – Dispelling myths of these jobs being for students who
    can’t do anything else
  – Supply chain management and logistics is the hidden
    world
                 Successes
• Articulation agreements
• Teacher workshop
• Development of curriculum modules and
  supply chain enrichment activities for high
  school and middle school
• Partnerships
• Foundation laid for reorganization of career
  pathways
             Work in Progress
• Curriculum
  – Secondary Plans of Study
  – Postsecondary Professional Certifications
  – Dual Credit
  – Scholarships
• Articulation
• Professional Development for Teachers
• Dissemination
    Secondary Curriculum – Indiana Area CTE
   Districts (IACTED) Model Curriculum Project
• To develop Indiana CTE Career Pathways (programs of study) based on
  High Wage, High Skill and High Demand Indiana occupations.
• To develop model curriculum for new and revised courses needed for the
  Career Pathways that includes a course description, course content topics,
  standards, competencies/objectives, assessment measures, teacher
  requirements, recommended EOP assessments and sample syllabus for
  each course.
• To identify post-secondary courses that are aligned with the secondary
  course/program if appropriate.
• To work with post-secondary institutions to develop statewide dual credit
  agreements.
• To include core academics aligned to Indiana Standards in each
  curriculum.
   IACTED Model Curriculum Project
      Supply Chain and Logistics
• Reduce number of career pathways and
  reorganize cluster to reflect common components
• Create logistics pathway
• Add logistics component to other clusters
  – Engineering
  – Business
  – Biomedical
• Recognize STEM components
• Add postsecondary components
      Postsecondary Curriculum
• Integrated professional certifications
  – APICS CPIM (undergrad)
  – Six Sigma Green Belt (undergrad)
  – APICS CSCP (MBA)
• Expand partnerships to include more 4-year
  institutions
                    Dual Credit
• Vincennes University
   – Logistics at Ben Davis University High School
   – Large network of math dual credit, plan to integrate
     supply chain modules
• Ivy Tech
   – Dual credit logistics at Twin Lakes
• University of Indianapolis
   – Coordinated Finite Math and Supply Chain
   – Above average academic credentials for entering
     freshmen
  STEM Supply Chain Scholarships
NSF S-STEM Scholarship grant submitted ($588,000)
• Four cohorts of 6-10 juniors and seniors over 5 years
• Partnership of Vincennes University, Ivy Tech,
  University of Indianapolis
• Major in a science or math
• Minor or concentration in supply chain management
• Mentoring by scientists and supply chain professionals
• Supply Chain Bootcamp
• Paying summer internships
          Articulation Agreements
• Vincennes University
   –   Supply Chain Logistics – UIndy SCM (signed)
   –   Business Administration – UIndy SCM (submitted)
   –   Business Management – UIndy SCM (submitted)
   –   Business Administration – UIndy Mgt/Admin. (submitted)
• Ivy Tech
   – Transportation, Distribution and Logistics – UIndy SCM
     (signed)
   – Business Administration – UIndy SCM (draft)
• Other 4-year institutions
• STEM disciplines
Professional Development for Teachers
• Target - CTE, STEM, Business, and Economics
  teachers
• Purpose
  – Introduce teachers to supply chain management,
    logistics and manufacturing
  – Teach teachers to use math modules in STEM courses
  – Train teachers in Vincennes University’s network of
    dual credit courses
  – Create network of secondary supply chain enrichment
    programs
Professional Development for Teachers
• Format - Workshops for stipends or graduate credit
   – Basic – 2 week summer workshop piloted last summer
   – Advanced (math modeling, advanced manufacturing, RFID,
     chemistry of steel and other materials, life science
     companies, energy supply chains, etc.)
• Partners
   – Academic – Vincennes University, University of
     Indianapolis, Indiana University
   – Corporate – Nucor, Garrity Tool, Subaru, IMMI, Redcats,
     FedEx, Magnum Logistics, Langham, Parish Manufacturing,
     Caepac, Roche, Dow AgroSciences, etc.
   – Professional Societies – APICS, ASQ, NAPM, IoPP, PMI,
     CSCMP, AST&L, ASQ Midwest Biomedical Discussion Group
              Dissemination -
          Presentations Scheduled
•   Indiana Council of Teachers of Mathematics
•   Indiana State Counselors Association
•   Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting
•   National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
        Supply Chain Management
               and Logistics
Spans Levels of Education   Must be integrated into
• High School               • Information Technology
• Associate                 • Business /Management
• Bachelor                  • Engineering
• Graduate                  • Science/Math
• Professional              • Biomedical
  Development
                               Summary
                 High School    Associate   Bachelor   Graduate
Supply Chain &                                           
Logistics
Technology                                               
Information                                              
Technology
Business                                                 
/Management
Engineering                                              
Science/Math                                             
/ComputerSci
Biomedical                                               