iscom473 | undergraduate
Global Sourcing And Procurement
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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E-Business and Future Opportunities and Challenges in Purchasing
- Analyze the benefits and risks of e-business.
- Hypothesize future trends, opportunities, and challenges in purchasing.
Contract Negotiations and Cost/Price Analysis
- Compare and contrast negotiation strategies.
- Analyze the elements of negotiations.
- Assess the impact of cost and price on procurement.
- Examine the impact of cultural and ethic differences on negotiations.
Purchasing in Supply Chain Management
- Explain the strategic role of purchasing in the organization.
- Identify customers and their expectations regarding procurement.
- Assess the impact of an organizations expectations on procurement.
- Describe the steps of the procurement process within the supply chain.
Domestic and Global Sourcing/Supplier Selection
- Examine the steps of the sourcing process.
- Determine motives for insourcing and outsourcing.
- Explain the pros and cons of global sourcing.
Contract Administration and Supplier Management
- Analyze the elements of contract administration.
- Use performance criteria for measuring supplier management.
- Compare factors used to determine appropriate transportation methods.
- Summarize the strategic requirements of global logistics.
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