Teaching supply management by connecting with industry: experiences, trade-offs and challenges

H.J. Steenhuis, E.J. de Bruijn

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Abstract

This paper describes an approach to teaching supply chain management that is very much integrated with local industry. More than half of the time, students were interacting with companies in company visits and small projects. The approach has many challenges but is considered useful by industry, students and instructor.
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Publication statusPublished - 19 Nov 2005

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  • IR-73604

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