When a supply network has been mapped, future scenarios can be developed and modelled and ‘what if’ questions posed. This enables multiple results to be reviewed by supply chain planners and management prior to the making of a strategic or tactical decision. Currently, the main tool used is a spreadsheet, but this is unlikely to be integrated with operational constraints, resulting in a lack of supply network optimisation. This unit will provide you with software tools, techniques and applications more attuned to the needs of modelling complex supply networks. This unit requires you to use your supply network maps developed in the unit Supply Network Mapping. You will then develop future scenarios for the network and analyse the outcomes in terms of products, materials and capacities within a business, linked to possible supply and distribution plans and risks. This provides a framework and collaborative environment for operational and tactical decision making based on quantitative models rather than opinion.
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Prerequisite: LOGS13005 Supply Network Mapping
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