Advanced Project and Logistics Management

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Advanced Project and Logistics Management. A Chain Reaction.

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Group Assignment Team no: 27. Manu Thomas Kunnumpuram @00658110 Haider Anas Kallivalappil @00654494 Nivin Varghese @00655876 Athul Baby @00661457 Jexeena Robin @00658568 Rakhi Ramdas @00645036.

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This slide includes the planned investigation summary Problem statement Relevant related theories Schedule of the planned investigation And estimated risks.

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A heavy supply chain disruption occurred during the Covid-19 pandemic period The hospitality & automobile manufacturing sectors were mainly affected The current project aims to sketch the required elements & features for an efficient automobile manufacturing supply chain Suitable SCM frameworks will be offered for mitigating the supply chain disruptions & vulnerable points in the automobile manufacturing sector ..

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Automobile manufacturing supply chain includes manufacturing & distribution activities of raw materials & automobile products Products such as vehicles, spare parts, and other automobile tools A great drop in automotive production growth occurred in global manufacturing economies (2019 4 th quarter -2021 1 st quarter) Subsequent supply chain disruption is witnessed globally.

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Volkswagen is one of the leading automobile manufacturer, which had to reduce around 17% production during Covid-19 (greater than its competitors). Employee shortage & automotive semiconductor unavailability forced the manufacturer to stop production Lockdown norms increased vulnerabilities in the supply chain The project intends to sort out a resolution for easing supply chain disruption.

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Aim & Objectives. Aim Intends to reinforce the resilience of the automobile manufacturing supply chain.

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4 Rs supply chain framework. Relevant theories. Responsive -ness Resilience Reliability Relation -ships.

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Bull whip effect supply chain framework. Relevant theories.

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Timeline 30 Jul- 4 Aug 2022 5-11 August 12-20 August 21-26 August 26-30 August Task Development of video presentation Video presentation submission Project designing Tasks allocation Supply chain application Discussion on development and improvement Suggestions Concluding Filing.

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Extreme risk High risk Moderate risk Low risk. Possible risks.

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The slides included with a brief of the estimated investigation plan problem statement & relevant theories are mentioned Work schedule & risk register are displayed.

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Davis R (2022) Toyota Widens Lead Over VW as World's Top-Selling Automaker Available at: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-01-28/toyota-keeps-top-carmaker-crown-in-2021-with-10-5-million-sales (Accessed: 3 August 2022) Laxminarayanan H (2016) Rise of Procurement Professional - The new "4 R's" Available at: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/rise-procurement-professional-new-4-rs-hariharan-laxminarayan/ (Accessed: 30 August 2022) Li, X., Ghadami, A., Drake, J.M., Rohani, P. and Epureanu, B.I. (2021) Mathematical model of the feedback between global supply chain disruption and COVID-19 dynamics. Scientific Reports, 11(1), pp.1-15. Minh U (2021) All about bull whip effect Available at: https://indochinapost.com/en/all-about-bullwhip-effect/ (Accessed: 30 August 2022) Shih W (2020) Global Supply Chains in a Post-Pandemic World Available at: https://hbr.org/2020/09/global-supply-chains-in-a-post-pandemic-world (Accessed: 30 August 2022) UNIDO (2022) Manufacturing sector recovery continues but future is unpredictable Available at: https://www.unido.org/news/manufacturing-sector-recovery-continues-future-unpredictable (Accessed: 30 August 2022).

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