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Adonis V.

Garces DIT - SPUP

Supply Chain Management (SCM) principles is an innovative management strategy to implement in higher learning educational systems to achieve learning outcome and qualified graduates with exemplary education and career pathways. These quality graduates are produced with the knowledge and job skills that can align with the requirements and quality expectations of the employers in the industries. Learning outcomes is measured and justified operational effectiveness and efficiencies

Improving operations, better outsourcing, increasing profits, enhancing customer satisfaction, generating quality outcomes, tackling competitive pressures, increasing globalization, increasing importance of Ecommerce, and growing complexity of supply chains.

Supplied Input (Raw Materials)



Supplied Output (Finished Products)



Internal & External Projects

Research Outcomes


Suppliers of the student (High School/College) Suppliers of the faculty (Other universities) Self funding students Source of Fund family (parents, siblings, relatives, etc.)

Government and private organizations (Scholarship) Suppliers of assets or equipment (Furniture, computer, networking equipment, etc.) Suppliers of educational materials (Stationery, instruction materials, etc.)

Suppliers of Internal Research Projects (University Self Funding) External Research Projects (External research funds, CHED, private organizations, etc.)

Graduates with desirable quality Family (Parents, Siblings, Relatives, etc.) Employers of government and private organizations

Funding organizations of research projects Quality research outcomes (Researchers, Research Publications, Findings etc.) Others (Research Professional)

Human Resource Contribution: Quality Graduates Research Contribution: Quality Research Findings

Programs Establishment University Culture Faculty Capabilities Facilities

Graduates with desirable quality

Graduates Benchmarking Graduates Value Enhancement

Quality Research Outcomes

Problem solution, pure theory, thesis findings, internal and

external projects applications, researchers, research publications or research findings.

e-Learning is the use of technology to enable people to learn anytime and anywhere. e-Learning can include training, the delivery of just-intime information and guidance from experts.

Higher education and its colleges and universities, both public and private, are inevitably accountable for the utmost evidence of learning. The emergence of higher education learning institutions to provide evidence of learning is increasing and expected. Many taxpayers such as parents and students demand that their funds are spent efficiently to achieve the utmost evidence of learning.

Research Framework of Education Supply Chain, Research Supply Chain and Educational Management for the Universities. Retrieved March 12, 2013 from 20Mamun%2520Habib.ppt Supply Chain Management for Higher Education. Retrieved March 12, 2013 from