MM 4035: Global Supply Chain Management

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A supply chain is the process that ensures that any particular thing gets made and distributed efficiently and with high quality. It comprises diverse suppliers, all of whom have a different role to play. You will learn about the complex ballet that ties these suppliers together into a larger system and schedule—a supply chain. Through weekly online group work and real-life case study analysis, you will come to understand the value of interrelationships between product development, purchasing, manufacturing, customer service, and distribution. Your subject matter will be the real-world function of supply chains for familiar products, and by the end of the course, you will know how to think about effective supply chains. You’ll also have opportunities to do a complete analysis of a real organization as well as interview a professional who works with supply chains on a daily basis. prereq: None.

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