Designing a global multi-disciplinary classroom: a learning experience in supply chain logistics Management
Yildirim, Mehmet Bayram
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Global competition has created multinational supply chains where raw materials production, marketing, and consumption can be in different countries in order to achieve cost-effective production and higher customer service levels by taking a systems approach to supply chain management. Therefore, a key to successful management is acquaintance with interdisciplinary multicultural environments, and with utilization of communication technologies. In this research, a global learning environment for industrial engineering and business students was designed, implemented, and evaluated.
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