School of Engineering and Management

Logistics

This course is part of the programme:
Bachelor's programme in Engineering and Management (First Level)

Objectives and competences

The main objective of the course is to make the students familiar with the basic knowledge of logistics and supply chain from inputs, processes and outputs with a focus on tracebility.

Students gain economic and logistical knowledge. They learn how to make a logistics label in accordance with global standards, to establish an electronic flow of logistics documents and everything necessary for the efficient implementation of logistics in practice.

The added value of the course is the possibility of obtaining a certificate of knowledge of international global standards in logistics and supply chain.

Students will gain the following competences:

- knowledge of the main business logistics processes:

- the procurement process, the internal transport process, the storage process and the external transport process,

- knowledge of the ways of studying, designing and building a logistics system,

- knowledge of the logistics information systems,

- knowledge of technical means in logistics,

- mastering the principles of leanness in logistics,

- Concept of logistics in companies.

Prerequisites

Basic computer and internet knowledge.

Content (Syllabus outline)

1. Introduction to Logistics and Supply Chain

2. Logistics management process

3. Lean logistics

3. Logistics an Important Element of Supply Chain Management

4. Traceability in Logistics and Supply Chain

5. Importance of global standards (Identify – Capture – Share) in Logistics and Supply Chain

6. Digitization of Logistics and Supply Chain

Intended learning outcomes

At the end of the course, the students will get familiar and understand the following:

- Students will become acquainted with the basic concepts of managing processes in logistics, taking into account the various existing technologies and strategies for managing companies with the emphasis on lean business organization and traceability through the supply chain.

- They will recognize and learn of the importance of global standards that enable interoperable and scalable processes and enable efficient logistics, where trading partners can easily collaborate and share information across the entire chain.

- On practical examples, in accordance with global standards, they learn how to identify and capture data about logistical and other trade units, how to make a logistic label, and gain knowledge about global measurement rules.

- Possibility to obtain a Certificate of knowledge of international global standards in logistics and supply chain.

Readings

  • M. Martini, B. Kovačič, Z. Konda, UPRAVLJANJE GLOBALNIH PRESKRBOVALNIH VERIG, GS1 Slovenija, 2021
  • M. Martini, Upravljanje globalnih preskrbovalnih verig, delovni zvezek, GS1 Slovenija, 2015, dostopno na https://gs1si.org/ugpv/dz
  • B. Urbancl, Poslovna logistika, dostopna na http://www.impletum.zavod-irc.si/docs/Skriti_dokumenti/Poslovna_logistika-Urbancl.pdf (maj 2019)
  • M. Cedilnik, B. Gajšek, LOGISTIKA TRGOVINSKE DEJAVNOSTI, Harlow: Pearson, 2018

Assessment

Successfully passed the final written and oral exam (50/50) and real-time verification of completed practical assignments from the workbook and practical exercises in the classroom (if necessary on-line) and colloquias. Positively assessed current work is a condition for admission to the colloquium or. final examination. 50/50

Lecturer's references

dr. Mateja Podlogar is a consultant and GDSN and Education Project Manager at GS1 Slovenija. She holds a PhD in e-commerce, is a guest lecturer and an experienced researcher. He has extensive experience in the management of global supply chains and their digitization with the support of global standards and solutions. He is an expert in the management and exchange of quality master data on products and packaging through the global GDSN network. Recently, he has been focusing on the transfer of global knowledge in the field of master data synchronization, traceability and electronic commerce, through practical examples to tertiary education students.

BAGGIA, Alenka, BUČER, Maja, FINK, Betka, GAJŠEK, Brigita, BUTKOVIĆ, Amanda, KOLIDŽIĆ, Jovana,

MASTNAK, Adrijana, PODGORELEC, Mateja, SLODNJAK, Valentina, FANEDL, Nina, PODLOGAR, Mateja.

Inovativni pristop k širjenju znanja o standardih = Innovative approach to the dissemination of knowledge about standards. V: RAJKOVIČ, Uroš (ur.), BATAGELJ, Borut (ur.). Vzgoja in izobraževanje v informacijski družbi = Education in Information Society : 9. oktober 2020, 9 October 2020, Ljubljana, Slovenia : Informacijska družba – IS 2020 = Information Society – IS 2020 : zbornik 23. mednarodne multikonference = proceedings of the 23rd international multiconference : zvezek G = volume G. Ljubljana: Institut “Jožef Stefan”, 2020. Str. 25-30, ilustr. ISBN 978-961-264-198-6, ISBN 978-961-264-199-3. http://library.ijs.si/Stacks/Proceedings/InformationSociety/2020/ IS2020_Volume_G%20-%20VIVID.pdf. [COBISS.SI-ID 35220483]

GAJŠEK, Brigita (author, project manager), BAGGIA, Alenka (author, mentor), FINK, Betka, BUČER, Maja,

BUTKOVIĆ, Amanda, KOLDŽIĆ, Jovana, FANEDL, Nina, SLODNJAK, Valentina, PODGORELEC, Mateja. Inovativni pristopi k širjenju znanja o standardih, sledljivosti, preskrbovalni verigi in trgovini v visokošolsko izobraževanje : zaključno poročilo projekta. Ljubljana: [s. n.], 2020. 80 str., ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID 28828419]

CEDILNIK, Marko, GAJŠEK, Brigita. Logistika trgovinske dejavnosti. Harlow: Pearson, cop. 2018. XI, 149 str.,

ilustr. ISBN 978-1-78726-441-0. [COBISS.SI-ID 512892989]

PODLOGAR, Mateja, PRAUNSEIS, Miha. Zagotavljanje sledljivosti in informatizacija poslovnih procesov v logistiki —- nepotreben strošek ali konkurenčna prednost?. In: KRAMBERGER, Tomaž (ed.), LISEC, Andrej (ed.), ROSI, Bojan (ed.). Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Logistics & Sustainable Transport 2006. Vol. 1-2. Celje: Faculty of Logistics, 2006. Vol. 1, str. 130-143. ISBN 961-6562-02-9, ISBN 978-961-6562-02-7, ISBN 961-6562-03-7, ISBN 978-961-6562-03-4. [COBISS.SI-ID 5323283]

PODLOGAR, Mateja. Živi laboratorij priložnost za dobro prakso. Logistika & transport : priloga Dela. 24. apr. 2006, letn. 2, št. 9, str. 24-25, ilustr. ISSN 1408-6638. [COBISS.SI-ID 17124919]

PODLOGAR, Mateja, GRIČAR, Primož. Proces oskrbovanja : uporaba programa SAP v celovitem poslovnem informacijskem sistemu : priročnik. Kranj: Moderna organizacija, 2003. 82 str., ilustr. ISBN 961-232-150-7. [COBISS.SIID 122870784]

University course code: 1GI019

Year of study: 2

Semester: 1

Course principal:

Lecturer:

ECTS: 6

Workload:

  • Lectures: 45 hours
  • Exercises: 15 hours
  • Individual work: 90 hours

Course type: elective

Languages: slovene

Learning and teaching methods:
lectures practical tutorials with tasks from the field (use of a workbook): - traceability in logistics and supply chain - basic problems in logistics - application of global standards in practice experiential education through examples in the online classroom and the use of a virtual reality case in the process of over taking goods in the logistics center of a large slovenian retailer.