- Business Management
- Professor Mark Pagell
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1. Understand and be able to apply various models of sustainability and sustainable production and consumption.
2. Develop an understaffing of how an organisation's pursuit of profit can positively or negatively impact the communities and environment in which it operates.
3. Develop an understating of how multiple supply chain stakeholders, such as regulators, NGOs, members of the local community, and industry associations can enable or inhibit an organisation’s ability to operate.
4. Have a basic understanding of the core supply chain functions of operations, sourcing, and logistics.
5. Have a holistic understating of how decisions in the core functions of operations, sourcing, and logistics make a supply chain more or less sustainable.
Because of the fast changing / ever evolving nature of knowledge in this area - specific topics for the semester will be discussed in class during week 1.
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