Several parallel forces of change, such as high volatility in the price of natural resources, potential threat of disruptions (e.g. effluent spills or new regulations), and rising consumer awareness of the environmental consequences of existing systems have increased the demand for more sustainable offerings. Using examples from sectors such as manufacturing, transportation, construction and service, this course discusses the perspectives and skills required to sustainably operate global supply chains. This course will be heavily case based and uses a simulation game throughout to impart systems thinking and decision making for sustainability.
Jie Zhang ()
Dates: June 17 - July 12, 2013; Lab fee $20
Please contact the instructor for information about this course.
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Kalkin Building 003 (View Campus Map)
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