Online learning materials
Links to Videos
Readings (web, FINNA)
International Business, Global Edition, John D. Daniels, Lee H. Radebaugh and Daniel P.Sullivan, Pearson Education, Fifteenth edition, 2014. Chapter 18 (Global Production and Supply Chains). The book is freely available through the online materials database of TUAS (Messi > Administration and Services > Library > Aura Online Database) at https://www.dawsonera.com/readonline/9781292019185 The Chapter 18 is to be found at https://www.dawsonera.com/readonline/9781292019185/startPage/737
Do not overuse book licences, use licences parsimonuouusly by avoiding multiple short time reading sessions.
Blended approach: online videos, readings, compulsory group interactive online sessions, exercises
Assessment is based on participation to the online session, and application of the tools that support supply chain systems.
01.01.2020 - 31.07.2020
02.12.2019 - 31.12.2019
Engineering and Business
After completing this course the student is able to:
- understand the notion of value chain
- apply a value chain analysis to a case study
- understand the notion of supply chain
- apply suplpy chain thinking by drawing a supply chain diagram
- understand quality management
- apply a problem identification tool
- undesrtand process thiking
- apply process mapping through drawing a flowchart diagram
- understand the notion of risk and risk management
- apply risk assessment tools
- understand complexity and issues in transportation
- name key transportaiton actors in a defined geographical area
Indicative structure of the course:
- value chain
- supply chain
- quality management
- process drawing
- risk management
Degree Programme in International Business (not translated)
Information is available on the learning platform.
Online work with flexible time arrangement. Compulsory group interactive online sessions are announced in the learning environment.
The implementation takes place on Spring 2019.
Please look at the exact dates, and possible updates on the course sharing platform.
The participant has not been present without satisfactory proof to at least 66% of the online meetings.
The participant fails to apply the tools that support supply chain systems due to lack of understanding of the theoretical rationale and tool usage requirements..
The participant understands the purpose of the tool that support supply chain systems and manages to apply them despite flaws in the usage requirements.
The participant has a clear understanding the purpose of the tool that support supply chain systems and manages to apply them satisfyingly fulfilling the usage requirements.
The participant has a clear understanding the purpose of the tool that support supply chain systems and manages to apply them entirely fulfilling the usage requirements.
The participant is able to make analytical statements following the appllciation of tools.