Northeastern University D’Amore-McKim School of Business
SCHM2301 Supply Chain and Operations Management
Section 04– Class Number XXXX Tuesdays & Fridays: 3:25-5:05pm-, 230 Dodge Hall
Instructor: Bob Murray
Office: 325 Hayden Hall
Office Hours: Tuesday 10AM-12PM or by Appointment
A Customized Textbook, Supply Chain Management SCHM2301, ISBN9781308037400 Copies are on reserve in the library
(Taken from “Managing Operations Across the Supply Chain” 2nd Edition, by Swink, Melnyk, Cooper, Hartley, Publisher McGraw-Hill, ISBN: 13: 978-1-12-180339-8)
Readings(Links are used instead of casepack):
“Strategy”,…show more content…
The content from these readings will serve as a foundation for the class discussions.
In addition to these assigned readings, you're also encouraged to read industry publications such as Supply Chain Brain, Logistics Management, TalkingLogistics and Supply Chain Management Review (all are available online) to learn about breaking news and developments in the field. If you read something in these magazines or other publications, such as the Wall Street Journal, Economist or Business Week, which relates to a class topic, share it with the class. As time permits, we'll spend a few minutes at the beginning of class discussing current news and developments.
SPECIAL NOTE: Essential to the mission of Northeastern University is the commitment to the principles of intellectual honesty and integrity. You agree that any taking of exams, papers, presentations, overall conduct, etc., you will uphold University policy as it pertains to maintaining intellectual integrity and avoiding all forms of academic dishonesty (e.g., cheating, plagiarism, unauthorized collaboration, participation in academically dishonest activities, perusing an exam before it is given, and/or facilitating academic dishonesty).
All research, including WEB searches, should be properly documented.
NO Laptop or Smartphone Policy:
Laptops and Smartphones are NOT permitted for use during class