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SCM 4550 - Strategic Supply Chain Design

Credits: (3)
Typically taught:
Fall [Full Sem]

Supply chain management is integrative in nature, requiring a systems approach to process design and management. The goal is to co-create value across organizational boundaries. This capstone SCM course emphasizes the analytical aspects of identifying the right capabilities required to design a collaborative business model and create distinctive customer value. This analysis answers the question, “Who should be on the value-creation team?” The course is designed as a collaborative laboratory, employing extensive experiential learning and case analysis. Prerequisite: BSAD 2899 ; SCM 3050 , SCM 3500 , SCM 3600 , SCM 3700 ; MGMT 3200  or PS 3250 ; should be taken concurrently with SCM 4500 , but can be taken after.



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