Syllabus GSC5650 Fall 2015 rev 2

Syllabus GSC5650 Fall 2015 rev 2 - Lori Sisk C.P.M...

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Lori Sisk, C.P.M. GSC 5650 [email protected] Fall 2015 586-764-3139 Wed AM - Room 027 Prentis Thurs PM – Room 027 Prentis STRATEGIC PROCUREMENT Office Hours: Please email or call me to schedule an appointment. Most Thursdays – 3:00 -4:00 Course Goals: To give students an understanding of the supply management function and specifically purchasing. Provide the skills to embark on a successful career in purchasing management if they choose. Grading: 2 Exams (30% each), Case Presentation (30%), ACTIVE Class Participation (10%). Grade Assignment is A-93 and up; A- 90-92; B+ 85-89; B 80-84; B- 75- 79; C+ 70-74; C 65-69; C- 60-64; D 55-59; F Below 55. Exams: Exams will be closed book, in class, and can be multiple choice, T&F, and essay. Presentations: You and your team members will need to find a current procurement issue and present this to the class lead the class discussion. You will be graded on the quality of your analysis and also on your presentation (e.g. your poise, style, and confidence). Everyone is expected to take a turn to present a portion the analysis. The presentation should be between 20 minutes with an additional 10 minutes for questions. You are to use Powerpoint in making your presentation. You are to post your Powerpoint presentation 48 hours prior to your presentation. Grade based on 1) Presentation Content 2) PowerPoint slides 3) Use of terms and knowledge learned from the class 4) Peer Evaluations 5) Timely posting of your presentation Additional details Each presentation should be in PowerPoint You should be prepared to speak for 20 – 30 minutes using 2 minutes per slide as a guideline
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