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Basics of Industrial Economics and LogisticsLaajuus (3 cr)

Code: LT00BT92

Objective

The student can use basic concepts of industrial management.
The student understands the relations between different company functions.
The student can use the basic tools of production management and company planning.
The student can find the relations between the company and its interest groups.
The student can define the economic and qualitative characteristics of transportation.
The student can compare the pros and cons of different transportation forms.
The student can explain the motives and economy of storage, logistic customer service and recycling/reverse logistics.
The student can describe holistically material flows and their optimal planning in both functional and economical aspects.

Content

- Production systems and production planning systems
- production types
- company planning
- transportations and their significance, logistic chain and distribution
- packing
- the connection between storage and transportation

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

The student has basic knowledge about the relationships between the various company functions.
The student has basic knowledge about the usage use the basic tools used in production management and business planning.
The student has basic knowledge about the relations of a company and its interest groups.
The student can define qualitative and quantitative characteristics of transportation in basic level. The student has basic knowledge about the pros and cons of different transportation forms.
The student has basic knowledge about the motives and economics of storage, logistic customer service and recycling/reverse logistics.
The student has basic knowledge about material flows and their optimal planning and control holistically in both functional and economic points of view.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

The student has basic knowledge about the relationships between the various company functions.
The student has general knowledge about the usage use the basic tools used in production management and business planning.
The student has general knowledge about the relations of a company and its interest groups.
The student can define qualitative and quantitative characteristics of transportation in general level. The student has general knowledge about the pros and cons of different transportation forms.
The student has general knowledge about the motives and economics of storage, logistic customer service and recycling/reverse logistics.
The student has general knowledge about material flows and their optimal planning and control holistically in both functional and economic points of view.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

The student has comprehensive knowledge about the relationships between the various company functions.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about the usage use the basic tools used in production management and business planning.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about the relations of a company and its interest groups.
The student can define qualitative and quantitative characteristics of transportation in comprehensive level.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about the pros and cons of different transportation forms.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about the motives and economics of storage, logistic customer service and recycling/reverse logistics.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about material flows and their optimal planning and control holistically in both functional and economic points of view.

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Enrollment

14.11.2022 - 10.03.2023

Timing

20.03.2023 - 31.05.2023

Credits

3 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in SME Business Management
Teachers
  • Jorma Imppola
Student groups
  • MPK22

Objective

The student can use basic concepts of industrial management.
The student understands the relations between different company functions.
The student can use the basic tools of production management and company planning.
The student can find the relations between the company and its interest groups.
The student can define the economic and qualitative characteristics of transportation.
The student can compare the pros and cons of different transportation forms.
The student can explain the motives and economy of storage, logistic customer service and recycling/reverse logistics.
The student can describe holistically material flows and their optimal planning in both functional and economical aspects.

Content

- Production systems and production planning systems
- production types
- company planning
- transportations and their significance, logistic chain and distribution
- packing
- the connection between storage and transportation

Materials

- Lecture materials available at Moodle
- Other materials announced by the lecturer

Teaching methods

- Hybrid lectures (normal lectures with Teams -connection available)
- Course Portfolio

Exam schedules

The course has no exam, instead the portfolio is the method of evaluation

Student workload

Total work load of the course: 80 h
- of which lectures 10 h
- and autonomous work: 70h

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

The student has basic knowledge about the relationships between the various company functions.
The student has basic knowledge about the usage use the basic tools used in production management and business planning.
The student has basic knowledge about the relations of a company and its interest groups.
The student can define qualitative and quantitative characteristics of transportation in basic level. The student has basic knowledge about the pros and cons of different transportation forms.
The student has basic knowledge about the motives and economics of storage, logistic customer service and recycling/reverse logistics.
The student has basic knowledge about material flows and their optimal planning and control holistically in both functional and economic points of view.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

The student has basic knowledge about the relationships between the various company functions.
The student has general knowledge about the usage use the basic tools used in production management and business planning.
The student has general knowledge about the relations of a company and its interest groups.
The student can define qualitative and quantitative characteristics of transportation in general level. The student has general knowledge about the pros and cons of different transportation forms.
The student has general knowledge about the motives and economics of storage, logistic customer service and recycling/reverse logistics.
The student has general knowledge about material flows and their optimal planning and control holistically in both functional and economic points of view.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

The student has comprehensive knowledge about the relationships between the various company functions.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about the usage use the basic tools used in production management and business planning.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about the relations of a company and its interest groups.
The student can define qualitative and quantitative characteristics of transportation in comprehensive level.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about the pros and cons of different transportation forms.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about the motives and economics of storage, logistic customer service and recycling/reverse logistics.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about material flows and their optimal planning and control holistically in both functional and economic points of view.

Assessment methods and criteria

The course has no exam, instead the portfolio is the method of evaluation

Enrollment

15.10.2021 - 31.01.2022

Timing

15.01.2022 - 31.03.2022

Credits

3 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in SME Business Management
Teachers
  • Jorma Imppola
Student groups
  • MPK21

Objective

The student can use basic concepts of industrial management.
The student understands the relations between different company functions.
The student can use the basic tools of production management and company planning.
The student can find the relations between the company and its interest groups.
The student can define the economic and qualitative characteristics of transportation.
The student can compare the pros and cons of different transportation forms.
The student can explain the motives and economy of storage, logistic customer service and recycling/reverse logistics.
The student can describe holistically material flows and their optimal planning in both functional and economical aspects.

Content

- Production systems and production planning systems
- production types
- company planning
- transportations and their significance, logistic chain and distribution
- packing
- the connection between storage and transportation

Materials

- Lecture materials available at Moodle
- Other materials announced by the lecturer

Teaching methods

- Hybrid lectures (normal lectures with Teams -connection available)
- Course Portfolio

Exam schedules

The course has no exam, instead the portfolio is the method of evaluation

Student workload

Total work load of the course: 80 h
- of which lectures 10 h
- and autonomous work: 70h

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

The student has basic knowledge about the relationships between the various company functions.
The student has basic knowledge about the usage use the basic tools used in production management and business planning.
The student has basic knowledge about the relations of a company and its interest groups.
The student can define qualitative and quantitative characteristics of transportation in basic level. The student has basic knowledge about the pros and cons of different transportation forms.
The student has basic knowledge about the motives and economics of storage, logistic customer service and recycling/reverse logistics.
The student has basic knowledge about material flows and their optimal planning and control holistically in both functional and economic points of view.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

The student has basic knowledge about the relationships between the various company functions.
The student has general knowledge about the usage use the basic tools used in production management and business planning.
The student has general knowledge about the relations of a company and its interest groups.
The student can define qualitative and quantitative characteristics of transportation in general level. The student has general knowledge about the pros and cons of different transportation forms.
The student has general knowledge about the motives and economics of storage, logistic customer service and recycling/reverse logistics.
The student has general knowledge about material flows and their optimal planning and control holistically in both functional and economic points of view.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

The student has comprehensive knowledge about the relationships between the various company functions.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about the usage use the basic tools used in production management and business planning.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about the relations of a company and its interest groups.
The student can define qualitative and quantitative characteristics of transportation in comprehensive level.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about the pros and cons of different transportation forms.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about the motives and economics of storage, logistic customer service and recycling/reverse logistics.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about material flows and their optimal planning and control holistically in both functional and economic points of view.

Assessment methods and criteria

The course has no exam, instead the portfolio is the method of evaluation

Enrollment

15.10.2020 - 08.01.2021

Timing

16.01.2021 - 30.04.2021

Credits

3 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in SME Business Management
Teachers
  • Jorma Imppola
Student groups
  • MPK20

Objective

The student can use basic concepts of industrial management.
The student understands the relations between different company functions.
The student can use the basic tools of production management and company planning.
The student can find the relations between the company and its interest groups.
The student can define the economic and qualitative characteristics of transportation.
The student can compare the pros and cons of different transportation forms.
The student can explain the motives and economy of storage, logistic customer service and recycling/reverse logistics.
The student can describe holistically material flows and their optimal planning in both functional and economical aspects.

Content

- Production systems and production planning systems
- production types
- company planning
- transportations and their significance, logistic chain and distribution
- packing
- the connection between storage and transportation

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

The student has basic knowledge about the relationships between the various company functions.
The student has basic knowledge about the usage use the basic tools used in production management and business planning.
The student has basic knowledge about the relations of a company and its interest groups.
The student can define qualitative and quantitative characteristics of transportation in basic level. The student has basic knowledge about the pros and cons of different transportation forms.
The student has basic knowledge about the motives and economics of storage, logistic customer service and recycling/reverse logistics.
The student has basic knowledge about material flows and their optimal planning and control holistically in both functional and economic points of view.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

The student has basic knowledge about the relationships between the various company functions.
The student has general knowledge about the usage use the basic tools used in production management and business planning.
The student has general knowledge about the relations of a company and its interest groups.
The student can define qualitative and quantitative characteristics of transportation in general level. The student has general knowledge about the pros and cons of different transportation forms.
The student has general knowledge about the motives and economics of storage, logistic customer service and recycling/reverse logistics.
The student has general knowledge about material flows and their optimal planning and control holistically in both functional and economic points of view.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

The student has comprehensive knowledge about the relationships between the various company functions.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about the usage use the basic tools used in production management and business planning.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about the relations of a company and its interest groups.
The student can define qualitative and quantitative characteristics of transportation in comprehensive level.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about the pros and cons of different transportation forms.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about the motives and economics of storage, logistic customer service and recycling/reverse logistics.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about material flows and their optimal planning and control holistically in both functional and economic points of view.

Enrollment

15.10.2019 - 11.01.2020

Timing

11.01.2020 - 30.04.2020

Credits

3 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in SME Business Management
Teachers
  • Jorma Imppola
Student groups
  • MPK19

Objective

The student can use basic concepts of industrial management.
The student understands the relations between different company functions.
The student can use the basic tools of production management and company planning.
The student can find the relations between the company and its interest groups.
The student can define the economic and qualitative characteristics of transportation.
The student can compare the pros and cons of different transportation forms.
The student can explain the motives and economy of storage, logistic customer service and recycling/reverse logistics.
The student can describe holistically material flows and their optimal planning in both functional and economical aspects.

Content

- Production systems and production planning systems
- production types
- company planning
- transportations and their significance, logistic chain and distribution
- packing
- the connection between storage and transportation

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

The student has basic knowledge about the relationships between the various company functions.
The student has basic knowledge about the usage use the basic tools used in production management and business planning.
The student has basic knowledge about the relations of a company and its interest groups.
The student can define qualitative and quantitative characteristics of transportation in basic level. The student has basic knowledge about the pros and cons of different transportation forms.
The student has basic knowledge about the motives and economics of storage, logistic customer service and recycling/reverse logistics.
The student has basic knowledge about material flows and their optimal planning and control holistically in both functional and economic points of view.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

The student has basic knowledge about the relationships between the various company functions.
The student has general knowledge about the usage use the basic tools used in production management and business planning.
The student has general knowledge about the relations of a company and its interest groups.
The student can define qualitative and quantitative characteristics of transportation in general level. The student has general knowledge about the pros and cons of different transportation forms.
The student has general knowledge about the motives and economics of storage, logistic customer service and recycling/reverse logistics.
The student has general knowledge about material flows and their optimal planning and control holistically in both functional and economic points of view.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

The student has comprehensive knowledge about the relationships between the various company functions.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about the usage use the basic tools used in production management and business planning.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about the relations of a company and its interest groups.
The student can define qualitative and quantitative characteristics of transportation in comprehensive level.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about the pros and cons of different transportation forms.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about the motives and economics of storage, logistic customer service and recycling/reverse logistics.
The student has comprehensive knowledge about material flows and their optimal planning and control holistically in both functional and economic points of view.