brm266 | undergraduate
Retail Operations: Supply Management
This undergraduate-level course is 5 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Risk Management, Legal, and Ethical Considerations
- Describe types of risk factors in managing retail supply chains.
- Analyze the legal and ethical aspects of retail supply chain management.
Inventory Management and Distribution Strategies
- Determine appropriate distribution channels and logistical processes for supply chains in the retail industry.
- Evaluate the effect of inventory management on organizational purchasing strategies and profitability.
- Analyze current technology used in retail supply management.
Vendor Selection and Organizational Purchasing Strategies
- Identify strategies for making organizational purchasing decisions.
- Determine criteria for vendor selection.
- Determine management strategies to create effective buyer-vendor relationships.
Accounting Methods and Inventory Control
- Describe the cost and retail methods of accounting used in retail supply chain management.
- Determine inventory control methods based on store operating and financial reports.
Fundamentals of Retail Supply Chain Management
- Identify appropriate metrics to measure supply chain performance.
- Describe types of organizational teams used in managing supply chains.
- Illustrate the retail supply chain from the manufacturer to the consumer.
- Describe the roles and responsibilities of retail supply chain management.
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