Many companies have increasingly become aware of the strategic importance of their supply chains. They realize that they are part of global value creation processes and that decisions should not stop at the boundaries of their own company. The ecological (climate and biodiversity crises) and social problems (e.g., child labor, modern slavery) can only be solved through transparent and collaborative supply chains; interruptions in internal processes can only be avoided with resilient supply chains and a supply chain risk orientation. This course lays the foundations for understanding global supply chains and managing them.
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