iscom352 | undergraduate
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Modes of Transportation
- Analyze the impact of technology on transportation planning and execution.
- Differentiate modes of transportation available in supply chain logistics management.
- Analyze strategies that reduce transportation costs and promote success in a competitive environment.
Global Logistics Management
- Describe the factors that influence logistics management across international borders.
- Summarize the regulatory and operations factors that affect logistics management within the United States.
- Analyze the three major factors that drive reverse logistics systems.
- Determine how inventory costs relate to inventory decisions.
- Determine effective inventory management strategies.
- Describe the impact of excess inventory holding on profitability.
Supply Chain Strategy
- Explain how technology-based and relationship-based strategies impact supply chain logistics management.
Role of Logistics in the Supply Chain
- Explain how the integrated supply chain contributes to organizational efficiency and effectiveness.
- Compare ways in which supply chain logistics contribute to economic value in the United States.
- Explain the relationship between logistics systems and logistics cost.
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