In this course, you will learn about why and how supply chains become susceptible to a disruption. We will examine this by discussing supply side and demand side issues, primary supply chain flows, complexity, risk management and a combination of solid theoretical supply chain perspectives and current real-world stories. You will learn about the structural, relational and operational factors that come into play during a supply chain disruption and the mechanisms for the effective management of these factors. Your understanding will be enhanced through examples from manufacturing and health contexts, and the PPE supply chain disruption during COVID-19.
Managing Supply Chain Disruption During COVID-19University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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TOP REVIEWS FROM MANAGING SUPPLY CHAIN DISRUPTION DURING COVID-19
This is a very good course and well presented.I would love to receive all the notes to my email for reference purposes .Well done I enjoyed it
Good and interesting coarse, the only downside is peer reviewed assignment, it went well this time but I have had bad experiences in the past.
I would like to thank you for this useful and new course on its topic I especially thank Dr. Nehemiah Scott for his outstanding videos
Extremely useful course. Loved every bit of it. Especially since it is related to the recent pandemic. Best wishes.
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