11 Lock units together
12 Make 30 units and
join 3 units in each point
13 Top view when you
cut 1 cm off the top
14 Each half of each unit is joined to 2 other units
The other half is joined to 2 more units
The central points on one
Week 4 DQ 2 Competing Internationally
When making purchasing decisions, should a corporation reduce its ethical
standards in order to allow the company to compete internationally? Take a
position and defend your answer. Respond to at least two of your cla
Week 2 DQ 2 Green Sourcing Strategies
Describe the role of green sourcing strategies in logistics design, and how an
organization may be affected by this approach. Respond to at least two of your
Green sourcing techniques are essentia
Week 5 DQ 2 Performance Metrics
Using the balanced scorecard approach as detailed in Chapter 14 (Figure 14.1),
identify 4 key metrics that you would propose for your organizations supply
management system and how you propose to measure those 4 key metrics
MGT 322 Principles of Logistics Management
It is very possible that one must have taken noticed of the term supply chain technique. It is
sometimes frequently confused with the phrase supply chain administration and likewise
Week 4 DQ 1 CRM
Describe the strategic importance of Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
and discuss how CRM can be used to create customer satisfaction and greater
profits for the firm. Respond to at least two of your classmates postings.
The American System fosters entrepreneurism. From Thomas Edison to Jeff Bezos our
Business history is filled with risk takers. Not all have succeeded. Lets celebrate the spirit
of those who have.
1. Do some rese
by Kalei Anne Lundberg
This design was inspired by the George Rhoads Double Bird Base diagramed
in Neal Elias Miscellaneous Folds I (ed. Dave Venables, British Origami
Society Booklet 34). These diagrams are offered for personal use;
Pot with Leaves and Stem
by Kalei Anne Lundberg
This model was designed to make use of variegated paper. If you want to experiment
with your own paper design, either affix a square the color you would like the pot to
be (using acid-free glu
Designed and diagrammed by Andy Carpenter 1998.
Use a square of thick paper or foil backed paper. An
11 inch square will produce a model approximately
8.5 by 3 inches.
1. Precrease with a diagonal
valley fold and divide the sides
Copyright 1998 Stephen Hecht. All Rights Reserved
A 10cm x 14cm sheet produces a model 3cm x 3cm base and 4 cm high
1. White side up. Valley
crease at 45 degrees.
4. Creasing finished.
Lift four corners, using
creases from steps 1 & 2.
A Butterfly for Alice Gray
by Michael LaFosse
Fold from a small sheet of duo paper. Try varying the proportions in
steps 4 & 11 to create variations. A 5" square produces a 3 1/2" model.
Diagrammed by J.C . Nolan - Sept.'94
Diagrammed by: Frantisek Grebencek (2000)
1) Fold to the center.
4) Pull out head.
Reverse-fold flap on
the right side and
2) Fold backwards.
5) Complete wings.
3) Fold in half.
6) Squash b