Supply Chain Theory
You’ll look at the marketing activities and relationships that occur between firms and how distribution channel theory has evolved into supply chain theory.
|Available semesters||Semester 2 2021|
What you will learn
After successfully completing this course, you’ll be able to:
- Analyse the nature of inter-firm supply chain strategy and relationships.
- Explain the reasons and motivations for the structure of modern supply chains.
- Solve supply chain problems through case study analysis.
- Formulate theoretical frameworks to evaluate supply chain exchanges and operations.
- Judge the role of collaboration and opportunism in generating and capturing value in business practice.
- Know risk management and Resilience strategies to deal with supply chain vulnerabilities.
- Compare and contrast different supply chain models and behaviours.
- Identify and explain the drivers of supply chain collaboration in an agribusiness environment.
- Explain supply chain practice and governance structures seen in business.
Associate Professor Mark Wilson
Department of Global Value Chains and Trade[email protected]