7 - Global Supply Chainsm, Win11

7 - Global Supply Chainsm, Win11 - Global Supply Chains The...

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Global Supply Chains The Strawberry Chain Game Session 7 – Prof. Robb Jensen
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Global Supply Chains
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The Strawberry Chain Game Four Links to the Supply Chain Consumers: All remaining players Buy from bakers. Consume treats. Providers : 3 teams of 1 or more players each Unpack, clean, sort raw materials, repack for and sell to bakers. Set own prices. Retailers: 3 teams of 1 or more players each Buy from bakers. Can modify treats. Sell to Consumers. Set own prices. Bakers : 3 teams of 2 or more players each Buy materials from providers. Process them into treats of your own invention. Sell to retailers. Set own prices.
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Teams at each link in the chain are from a different culture Customers are from different cultures Customers who role play their culture best win a prize Customers begin with $100 Straw Currency Orders have to be placed prior to production of pastry 15 minutes to learn culture 45 minutes to play: sort, create, sell, transact, eat. Teams in each link who make the most money win a prize
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2012 for the course BUS M 490 taught by Professor Robbjense during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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