This course will introduce you to supply chain management, a discipline critical for delivering goods and services to the customer. In an increasingly digitized world, you will learn how companies coordinate the physical, as well informational flows in a networked supply chain. You will explore methods and principles used in manufacturing, retail and services firms that help organisations deliver the right product/service, in the right quantity, in the right condition to the customers. The course offers an overview of relevant theories, concepts and applies the learning to concrete local and global business cases.
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