2Supply Chain Management and Logistics INDIANASupply Chain Management and LogisticsLeslie Gardner, University of IndianapolisSusan Brocksmith, Vincennes UniversityCarletta Sullivan, McKenzie Career Center
3Accomplishments Articulation Agreements Curriculum (includes programs of study)Professional Development for TeachersPartnershipsOur accomplishments in the last year fall into 4 categories.
4Articulation Agreements Secondary to PostsecondaryProject 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 University2+2 Associate Degree to Bachelor’s DegreeVincennes University to University of IndianapolisIvy Tech (statewide) to University of IndianapolisWe have created articulation agreements on two levels: secondary to postsecondary and Associate to Bachelor. Indiana is unique in that it has two community college systems: Vincennes University and Ivy Tech. Ivy Tech is primarily focused on vocational technical programs with some academic transfer programs whereas Vincennes University has its roots in academic transfer programs but has developed vocational technical programs in the last years.
5Curriculum Programs of Study Curriculum Alignment with Professional CertificationsInstructional Modules (secondary)MathematicsBusinessEnrichment Activities (middle and high school)Project-Based LearningThe bulk of the work supported by this grant falls under curriculum development. This includes programs of study, alignment with professional certifications, development of instructional modules at the secondary level, enrichment activities for middle and high schools, and project-based learning.
6Programs of StudyDrafts of postsecondary components of programs of study submitted to Indiana Department of Education forBusiness, Management & Administration Cluster: Business AnalysisManufacturing Cluster: Logistics & Inventory ControlMarketing, Sales & Service Cluster: Distribution & LogisticsTransportation, Distribution & Logistics Cluster: Logistics Planning & Management ServicesTransportation, Distribution & Logistics Career Cluster: Transportation OperationsTransportation, Distribution & Logistics Cluster: Warehousing and Distribution Center OperationsIndiana has the secondary components of plans of study on its website so I submitted drafts of the postsecondary components of these programs of study to the Indiana Department of Education for these programs of study.
7Programs of StudyThe 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.The first challenge in writing up the postsecondary components was deciding which community colleges and universities to use because they had a variety of approaches to supply chain and logistics.
8Programs of Study for Indiana Department of Education Website The second challenge was that 4 year degree programs in this area tend to be much more quantitative than 2 year degree programs and the same course titles may not really be equivalent. For this reason, I broke the post-secondary components into associate and bachelor levels. The articulation agreements reflect this in that they are written so that students planning to transfer must substitute higher level math classes. The third challenge was that the classifications did not fit the postsecondary education well. Several of these essentially had the same postsecondary components but for other programs of study broke into two or more components. Indiana really needs to rethink the career cluster categories. The final challenge is that if you get on the Indiana Department of Education website, you will not find the postsecondary components. The reason for this is that the state of Indiana drastically downsized state government as a result of the recession and laid off lots of people from the department of education. Those who are left have not had time to get this sorted out and up on the website.
9Programs of Study for Indiana Department of Education Website The second challenge was that 4 year degree programs in this area tend to be much more quantitative than 2 year degree programs and the same course titles may not really be equivalent. For this reason, I broke the post-secondary components into associate and bachelor levels. The articulation agreements reflect this in that they are written so that students planning to transfer must substitute higher level math classes. The third challenge was that the classifications did not fit the postsecondary education well. Several of these essentially had the same postsecondary components but for other programs of study broke into two or more components. Indiana really needs to rethink the career cluster categories. The final challenge is that if you get on the Indiana Department of Education website, you will not find the postsecondary components. The reason for this is that the state of Indiana drastically downsized state government as a result of the recession and laid off lots of people from the department of education. Those who are left have not had time to get this sorted out and up on the website.
10Curriculum 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 andthe mid-level Certified Logistics Technician (CLT) certification.The University of Indianapolis has aligned its curriculum with APICS CPIM certificationVincennes University may followSee
11Align 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 ModulesSCM 405CPIM Strategic Mgmt of ResourcesSCM 388SCM 485SCM 386CPIM Execution & Control of OperationsSCM 404SCM 481CPIM Detailed Scheduling & PlanningCPIM Master Planning of ResourcesCPIM Basics of Supply Chain ManagementSCM 210
12Supply Chain Instructional Modules for High and Middle School Business and MathematicsAlign with Indiana StandardsCareer initiative through an academic disciplineMathematics is the unifying discipline behind career clusters that relate to supply chain management and logisticsEngineeringBusinessAdvanced manufacturing
13Supply Chain Instructional Modules for High and Middle School Math X,Y- Coordinates – Location PlanningGraphical Linear Programming – Supply Chain ModelingSolving Systems of Equations with Matrices – Algorithmic ThinkingLogarithms – Acids and Bases in Supply Chains (pH)Circles – Global Positioning Systems (GPS)Step Functions – Quantity DiscountsStatistics – Analyzing DataProbability – Just-in-Time Manufacturing JITNetworks, Projects, and Routings – Process Design
1412345678- 11211109How do Wal-Mart, K-Mart, Target and other retail chains decide where to build distribution centers?
19Supply Chain Instructional Modules for High and Middle School Business Manufacture Snacks ProductsDistribution GamePurchase Planning Data Collection and Analysis ActivityJust-In-Time Manufacturing SimulationCareers in Supply-Chain Research Activity
24Project-Based Learning (PBL) Woodrow Wilson Fellows developing PBL supply chain modules for mathMaster of Arts in Teaching ProgramEngineersCommit to teach in high-need schoolsPBL examplesTraffic flow analysis (graph algorithms)Who wants to be a millionaire (compound interest)Credit card debt (compound interest)JIT inventory (compound interest)
25Project-Based Learning (PBL) Traffic-flow analysis for a cloverleaf interchange
26High School Teacher Workshop 2 weeks, 7 hours per day (June 8-19, 2009)21 middle school, high school, and college math teacherField trips, labs, guest speakers, lesson planning3 hours of graduate credit in education
41Speakers Information Systems – Enterprise Resource Planning Indiana ConexusTransportationEntrepreneurshipLife Science IndustriesGlobal Supply ChainsRFIDPublic Policy/Workforce DevelopmentPurchasing and strategic sourcingIndiana Standards for MathI-STEM Network
42PartnershipsHigher Education – Ivy Tech Community College, University of Indianapolis, Vincennes UniversitySecondary Education – McKenzie Career Center, Speedway High School, Arsenal Technical High School, Ben Davis University High SchoolIndiana Conexus – Dream-It-Do-ItCompanies – FedEx, Nucor, Subaru, Dow AgroSciences, IMMI, Garrity Tool, Redcats, Magnum Logistics, LanghamProfessional Societies - APICS, ASQ, NAPM, IoPP, PMI, AST&L, CSCMP, ASQ Midwest Biomedical discussion groupWoodrow Wilson FoundationI-STEM network
43ChallengesDownsizing of state government causing changes in how career pathways are approvedFinding all of the parties working on Supply Chain Management and Logistics Education and building relationships and partnershipsRecruiting students in to programs of studyDispelling myths of low paying, boring jobsDispelling myths of these jobs being for students who can’t do anything elseSupply chain management and logistics is the hidden world
44Successes Articulation agreements Teacher workshop Development of curriculum modules and supply chain enrichment activities for high school and middle schoolPartnershipsFoundation laid for reorganization of career pathways
45Work in Progress Curriculum Articulation Secondary Plans of StudyPostsecondary Professional CertificationsDual CreditScholarshipsArticulationProfessional Development for TeachersDissemination
46Secondary 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.Because of downsizing of state government, the process has changed and the program of study part has been folded into the IACTED Model Curriculum Project. Supply Chain and Logistics will be among the first pathway to go through this process.
47IACTED Model Curriculum Project Supply Chain and Logistics Reduce number of career pathways and reorganize cluster to reflect common componentsCreate logistics pathwayAdd logistics component to other clustersEngineeringBusinessBiomedicalRecognize STEM componentsAdd postsecondary componentsBecause of this grant, we are farther along with supply chain and logistics than most of the other pathways and it will probably become the model for the new process.
48Postsecondary Curriculum Integrated professional certificationsAPICS CPIM (undergrad)Six Sigma Green Belt (undergrad)APICS CSCP (MBA)Expand partnerships to include more 4-year institutions
49Dual Credit Vincennes University Ivy Tech University of Indianapolis Logistics at Ben Davis University High SchoolLarge network of math dual credit, plan to integrate supply chain modulesIvy TechDual credit logistics at Twin LakesUniversity of IndianapolisCoordinated Finite Math and Supply ChainAbove average academic credentials for entering freshmenNote that this is a 3-tiered approach with Ivy Tech dual credit focused on students who go directly into workforce with high school diploma, VU focused on first line supervisors, and UIndy focused on upwardly mobile executives.
50STEM Supply Chain Scholarships NSF S-STEM Scholarship grant submitted ($588,000)Four cohorts of 6-10 juniors and seniors over 5 yearsPartnership of Vincennes University, Ivy Tech, University of IndianapolisMajor in a science or mathMinor or concentration in supply chain managementMentoring by scientists and supply chain professionalsSupply Chain BootcampPaying summer internships
52Professional Development for Teachers Target - CTE, STEM, Business, and Economics teachersPurposeIntroduce teachers to supply chain management, logistics and manufacturingTeach teachers to use math modules in STEM coursesTrain teachers in Vincennes University’s network of dual credit coursesCreate network of secondary supply chain enrichment programs
53Professional Development for Teachers Format - Workshops for stipends or graduate creditBasic – 2 week summer workshop piloted last summerAdvanced (math modeling, advanced manufacturing, RFID, chemistry of steel and other materials, life science companies, energy supply chains, etc.)PartnersAcademic – Vincennes University, University of Indianapolis, Indiana UniversityCorporate – 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
54Dissemination - Presentations Scheduled Indiana Council of Teachers of MathematicsIndiana State Counselors AssociationDecision Sciences Institute Annual MeetingNational Council of Teachers of Mathematics
55Supply Chain Management and Logistics Spans Levels of EducationMust be integrated intoHigh SchoolAssociateBachelorGraduateProfessional DevelopmentInformation TechnologyBusiness /ManagementEngineeringScience/MathBiomedical
56Summary High School Associate Bachelor Graduate Supply Chain & LogisticsTechnologyInformation TechnologyBusiness /ManagementEngineeringScience/Math /ComputerSciBiomedical