This unit of study aims to enhance student’s understanding of the operational importance of procurement, across geographical boundaries, for the strategic acquisition of goods and services by business organisations.
|1.||Analyse a range of functions that make up the modern procurement process and their importance in the supply chain;|
|2.||Investigate contemporary supply chain issues and provide recommendations;|
|3.||Critically reflect on experiences gained during an industry site visit and contextualise those experiences with theory; and|
|4.||Articulate a range of supply chain solutions by working collaboratively within the group.|
|Literature Review||Individual Report||20%|
|Case Study||Industry Based Group Case Study - Report (35%), Presentation (15%)||50%|
|Test||In Class Test||30%|
Purchasing and Supply Chain Management. 7th Ed.,
Monczka, RM, Handfield, RB, Giunipero, L, Patterson, JL. 2020.
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