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 (https://turkuamk.finna.fi/?lng=en-gb) at https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/turkuamk-ebooks/reader.action?docID=5137609&ppg=738
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, individual exercises.
Assessment is based on participation to the online session, and application of the tools that support supply chain systems.
29.08.2022 - 20.12.2022
01.06.2022 - 09.09.2022
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
- understand process thinking
- apply process mapping through drawing a flowchart diagram
- understand the notion of risk and risk management
- apply risk assessment tools
- understand the notion of sustainability and its impact on supply chains and consumer markets
Indicative structure of the course:
- value chain
- supply chain
- quality management
- process drawing
- risk management
- sustainability in the supply chain
Degree Programme in International Business
Information is available on the learning platform.
Activity and case-based learning. Use of tools for analytics and decision-making in the context of supply chain management.
Possibility of on-site and online collaboration. Compulsory group interactive sessions are announced in the learning environment.
The implementation takes place on Autumn 2022.
Please look at the exact dates, and possible updates on the course information sharing platforms (Peppi, Tuudo)..
The participant has not been present without satisfactory proof to at least 66% of the onsite and 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 student has demonstrated limited knowledge and understanding of the chapter. The student has difficulties in applying his/her knowledge and understanding
of the chapter content to complete the task/assignment. The student demonstrates little ability to gather and interpret relevant data to inform judgments that include reflection
about what is asked for the task/assignment. The student has difficulties in communicating his/her ideas in writing to the reader. Some parts of the text are unclear.