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An overview of effective strategies for managing supply chains as well as an introduction to operations within complex networks and logistics.

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Foundations of Supply Chain Management

SCM 610: FOUNDATIONS OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT​ — Students receive an overview of effective strategies for managing supply chains as well as an introduction to operations within complex networks and logistics. Practical skills to increase service levels and reduce costs are examined. Additional areas of examination include the following: strategic planning and operation of an effective supply chain design, advantages of competitive supply chains and how weaknesses in the chain impact operations, key drivers of supply chain performance,
application of analytical methodologies to impact demand planning in supply chains, and an overview of the use of technology in supply chain management.

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