Cases in Logistics and Supply Chain
Review a real life industrial logistics case study as you broaden your studies in supply chain management.Step into the Australian workplace and explore its work culture. Get a snapshot of global business practices and how they affect supply chains
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- 18 Jul 2022
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- explain Australian work culture and understand Australian workplaces
- analyse logistics and SC management cases
- identify main issues and problems and select appropriate methodologies to investigate them
- generate and evaluate alternative solutions
- recommend and justify potential solutions
- manage implementation issues and outcomes
- prepare and present a business report in a professional manner.
- Methodology for problem solving including; analysis of existing situation, identification of major issues and problems and recommend solutions
- Global Business practices
- International business ethics and law
- Analysis and development of solutions for case studies in Logistics and Supply Chain
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No additional requirements
This subject aims to provide students with experience in working with practical, real-life logistics and supply chain management issues. You will apply and synthesise advanced knowledge of a complex supply chain management through undertaking an analysis of a real life industrial case study in either an academic or industrial setting and represent this through a business report.
Throughout the case study, you will apply advanced methodologies for problem solving including; analysis of existing situation, identification of major issues and problems, generation and evaluation of alternative solutions, recommendation and justification of solutions and implementation. You will develop advanced knowledge of global business practices, and international business ethics.
- Continuous Individual Assessment (20%)
- Individual (30%)
- Group Assignment (50%)
Current study term: 17 Jul 22 to 23 Oct 22
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