|1.||Critically reflect on the role of supply chains and review its benefits that can accrue to a firm's competitiveness in a global market from applying effective strategies;|
|2.||Rationalise cost and chain performance, and critically evaluate customer service delivery through development of strategies for important, complex and unpredictable future challenges through an in-depth study of a selected firm and produce a professional report by working in a small team;|
|3.||Work collaboratively in a small group to develop a professional case presentation and justify recommendations that address domestic and international supply chain challenges; and|
|4.||Conceptualise and synthesise information from various sources to present a clear, coherent and independent exposition of knowledge in the field of supply chain and logistics management.|
|Report||Group Industry Report||35%|
|Case Study||Group Presentation||15%|
Supply chain logistics management (3rd ed.).
Bowersox, DJ, Closs, DJ & Cooper, MB (2010)
Boston, USA: McGraw-Hill
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