Rationalize these two directives in light of suppliers relations and the impact

Rationalize these two directives in light of

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for Chrysler at the time, instructed his buyers to take suppliers to lunch. Rationalize these two directives in light of supplier’s relations and the impact on supply chain management. Answer: As per my perspective the choice taken by Thomas Stalcamp can be somewhat right and incompletely inaccurate. Since keeping up a genial association with the providers prompts a productive workplace and a superior inventory network administration so subsequently one might say that welcome to the supper can be a decent choice taken by the head of buying. Be that as it may, then again since the provider doesn't have a decent picture in the market so keeping up relations with them may antagonistically influence the notoriety of the business which will additionally prompt unsatisfied store network prompting wastefulness. Q3. Designing supply chains that are energy efficient and environmentally responsible helps a firm achieve a competitive priority of low cost operations, which supports the firm’s financial responsibility to its shareholders. Explain how focusing on energy efficiency can pose some ethical dilemmas for supply chain managers.
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Answer: Organizations concentrating on vitality productivity need to experience a great deal of moral predicaments. Outlining store network productively encourages firm to accomplish focused need of ease task which bolsters the firm money related duty to its investor. Inventory network is in charge of carrying on morally and currently advancing moral direct through the production network. Moreover making the item more lighter prompts the advancement of another focused need.
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OPM ASSIGNMENT Name: Asfandyar Akbar Submitted To: Cdr (R) Azhar Nisar BBA 6A
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Q1. A firm in Ohio is thinking of buying a plant from a regional business group located in a Southeast Asian country. The business group selling the plant has questionable labor and management practices, some of which are also in conflict with OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) and EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) regulations. What ethical and environmental Factors should the US firm consider before finalizing the plant location decision? Answer: Since the business total is starting at now in a red zone and has certain crude practices, so there should make certain strong reasoning upon the good and environmental factors already attesting the zone decision.
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