iscom370 | undergraduate
Strategic Supply Chain Management
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Strategic Supply Chain Design
- Examine the various supply chain strategies and designs.
- Differentiate between product and service supply chain designs.
- Discuss quality control in service and manufacturing industry supply chains.
- Explain the general effects of quality processes on supply chain design.
Strategic Operations Management
- Compare various operational decision making tools, forecasting models, and simulations.
- Integrate aggregate planning to a supply chain.
- Specify how sales and operations planning interact with supply chain management to maximize profitability.
- Determine constraints on the supply chain such as capacity, technology, resources, and inventory management.
Strategic Sourcing Management
- Differentiate between internal and external sourcing strategies.
- Evaluate sourcing strategies.
- Determine the advantages and disadvantages of global sourcing.
Strategic Integrated Logistics Management
- Analyze the impact of changes in distribution channels on supply chain logistic strategies locally and globally.
- Measure how technology can impact supply chain management.
Introduction to Strategic Supply Chain Management
- Describe the components and goals of a supply chain and how those decisions can affect an organization.
- Justify the 3 key supply chain decision phases and their significance.
- Explain the financial impact and organizational considerations of supply chains.
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