BusM 361 Final Thoughts Fall 10

BusM 361 Final Thoughts Fall 10 - BusM 361: Final Thoughts...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style BusM 361: Final Thoughts “our end is near, our days are fulfilled; for our end is come” Lamentations 4:18
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What I hope you still remember from this course in 5 years The basic structure of a supply chain Upstream vs. downstream Tiers Primary flows (money, material, information) Most supply chains are very complex supply webs
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What I hope you still remember from this course in 5 years How to analyze and improve processes Map the current process Look for opportunities to eliminate waste Drive continuous improvement Help people through process changes
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What I hope you still remember from this course in 5 years That relationships within networks are key Firms are made up of people, find a way to create connections with the people around you. Strategies must be aligned to be successful. Good relationships with suppliers and customers are critical.
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What I hope you still remember from this course in 5 years
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2011 for the course BUS M 361 taught by Professor Cynthiawallin during the Fall '10 term at BYU.

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BusM 361 Final Thoughts Fall 10 - BusM 361: Final Thoughts...

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