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SCM 300 – MODULE 05 Study Packet Below is a list of the items most likely to be tested from the lectures. This list is not necessarily complete, but it is a helpful guide. Social Responsibility (SR) Basics According to SCM 300 what might constitute a SR firm? o Depends on what the firm decides to value, it must define social responsibility for itself and stick to what it has decided because if you follow outside definitions, you will never be able to meet them because they are constantly changing Arguments for behaving in a SR manner o Responsibility as a global/local citizen o Avoid legal issues, government regulation o Public relations o Unstable political situations could pose risks to company o Impending resource shortages- population/market growth o Increased profits, lower costs, maintain business operations Ties between SR and SCM. Supply Management Purchasing - Buy only what you need Efficiency during production - Be resourceful, use everything you buy Operations and Production Management Eliminate Waste -Materials, Fuel, Garbage, Overproduction, Defects, etc. Minimize Emissions - Solvents, Gases, Waste water HR - Job safety, Job Satisfaction, Morale, Health, Minimize sick days Logistics, Shipping and Distribution Fuel consumption, Avoid traffic congestion, Minimize emissions Storage Requirements - Real Estate, Energy to maintain building, etc. Reverse Logistics: Packaging disposal, Pick-up, Repair, Recovery, Salvage Packaging - Design and Planning Materials used, Design, Minimizing storage/transport space Size, Shape and Weight - Fuel and Storage Requirements Issues related to SR Legal and Ethical Supply Chains Ethical issues that global supply chains confront. Examples provided in lecture Humanitarian and Global Health Supply Chains Humanitarian and Global Health supply chain issues Examples provided in lecture SCM Sustainability Basics Why is the supply chain a logical place to look to when trying to “green up” a company? o Eliminate waste o Minimize pollution o Employee and customer safety Basic definitions for the sustainability terminology discussed in lecture Discuss how each supply chain function has a stake in defining the sustainability of the organization Examples provided in lecture – Consider both sustainability challenges and solutions discussed in lecture FORMULAS FOR EXAM 2 - SCM 300 18
SCM 300 – MODULE 05 Study Packet  = P n = ( 1 - ) n P 0 = 1 -  n l = n s =   n s =  t l = t s =   t s = 1  Order Size Required = (Actual Demand) / (Proportion of Acceptable Product per order) Inv 2 = # of WH 2 (Inv 1 ) # of WH 1 Total Number of Questions eNotes/Cas e Questions Charts and/or Calculation Questions Module 05 15 4 8 Module 06 15 7 3 Module 07 15 9 0 Module 08 15 8 0 Overall 60 26 11 19
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