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Supply Chain Networks - Part 2

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    Mary M.
    US
    Mary M.

    The three business processes are: Procurement, Manufacturing and Distribution & Retail.

    Mary M.
    US
    Mary M.

    What are the Three Business Processes, and explain each purpose?

    Kemessie S.
    CI
    Kemessie S.

    The slides are very dificul to read. I want that, the professor write these courses on screem. Also I don't arrive to pass to supply chain network part1 to part 2. Please help me for follow up the courses.

    Ezerahia B.
    TZ
    Ezerahia B.

    I can not read through oral,because my computer has no speakers,so please could you display written lesson instead of oral?

    Muralidharan S.
    IN
    Muralidharan S.

    1. A definition of Supply Chain Management to be given 2.Importance of Supply Chain Management in today's business context to be explained 3.Risks in supply chain management to be explained Why these are left out?

    Sonni W.
    US
    Sonni W.

    Hi, I am guessing there are no lecture notes to follow along?

    Benjamin M.
    NL
    Benjamin M.

    Very effect information

    Linera Y.
    KZ
    Linera Y.

    Just to clarify: In the three subnetworks that is supply chain network divided into (demand, supply and service), where are the banks and transport companies, are they in service? I think they should have been clearly mentioned when the professor was explaining the service subnetwork. Otherwise he just mentioned service and repair centres.

    Linera Y.
    KZ
    Linera Y.

    First, the professor while explaining the three sub-networks of the supply chain network didn't mention that manufacturers are also there in the demand sub-network. There were retailers, customers and distributors. Then I see that manufacturers are there. Why are they in demand sub-network, is it because they set their requirements (demands) to the suppliers?

    Linera Y.
    KZ
    Linera Y.

    I didn't get the six-sigma perfect delivery... ((( Explanation lacking

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