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SCM 572 - Innovation and Risk Management

3 credit hours

Explores the ways firms seek to create new and relevant value in the supply chain, and to address the potential risks inherent to innovation and operations in the multi-firm supply chain setting. Will help students identify opportunities to better serve customers, work with suppliers, and collaborate with partners on projects that will enhance efficiency and effectiveness, while at the same time protecting themselves from environmental and internal threats to business performance. Will use realistic case studies to engage students in active learning via discussion, in order to simulate the complexities of real-world decision-making.

  • Master of Science, supply chain management major or requires permission of the instructor.