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Concordia Comprehensive ESL Placement Test (Con CEPT).
This seminar focuses on managerial and modelling issues in supply chain design and coordination along the supply chain.
Models in facility location, distribution networks and global supply chain networks are studied.
The coverage is supplemented by case studies and research articles.
Offered by: Supply Chain and Business Technology Management Program: MSCM Prerequisite: MSCM 681 or equivalent.
The application of relevant research methods are reviewed through discussions of exemplary articles published in leading journals.
Cornerstone topics in this seminar include: theory construction, measurement, overview of data collection methods, reliability, as well as internal and external validity issues.
The concept of supply chain risk is front of mind for nearly all Global 2000 firms like never before.
Thankfully, as these risk factors grow in importance, new technology is making the underlying drivers more visible as well as more manageable.