Examples of logistics drivers include the following:

  1. Examples of logistics drivers include the following:
  A. Sourcing and information only
  B. Information and pricing only
  C. Facilities, transportation and inventory
  D. Facilities, inventory and pricing
  E. Pricing, facilities and information

A typical supply chain will end with which element:

  1. A typical supply chain will end with which element:
  A. Big box store location
  B. All of the above
  C. Retailer
  D. Customers
  E. Supplier

SEVEN-ELEVEN’S SUPPLY CHAIN STRATEGY IN JAPAN CAN BE DESCRIBED AS ATTEMPTING TO MICRO-MATCH SUPPLY AND DEMAND USING RAPID REPLENISHMENT. WHAT RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS CHOICE?

  1. SEVEN-ELEVEN’S SUPPLY CHAIN STRATEGY IN JAPAN CAN BE DESCRIBED AS ATTEMPTING TO MICRO-MATCH SUPPLY AND DEMAND USING RAPID REPLENISHMENT. WHAT RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS CHOICE?
  A. Lost sales
  B. Outside sourcing of inventory from competition to ensure orders are achieved
  C. Potentially low cost of transportation and receiving at stores
  D. Potentially high cost of transportation and receiving at stores

Distribution Network Design in the Supply Chain drives profitability by directly affecting supply chain cost and the customer value

  1. Distribution Network Design in the Supply Chain drives profitability by directly affecting supply chain cost and the customer value

    True
    False

Internal supply chain management, is focused on all processes both internally and externally to the firm

  1. Internal supply chain management, is focused on all processes both internally and externally to the firm

    True
     False

Information as part of the supply chain is used to:

  1. Information as part of the supply chain is used to:
  A. Increase responsiveness and decrease cost
  B. Increase responsiveness and increase cost
  C. Decrease responsiveness and increase cost
  D. Increase responsiveness and decrease supply chain flow
  E. None of the above

Lost Sales are a result of:

  1. Lost Sales are a result of:
  A. Production delays at the warehouse
  B. Supplier quality issues
  C. Products are not available for customers to want to buy
  D. Products which are found to be defective
  E. None of the above

How did Netflix and Redbox achieve better strategic fit than Blockbuster?

  1. How did Netflix and Redbox achieve better strategic fit than Blockbuster?
  A. Netflix primarily targeted a narrow variety of new movies while Redbox primarily targeted a much smaller variety of old releases.

 

  B. Netflix primarily targeted a small variety of new movies while Redbox primarily targeted a mix variety of new & old releases.

 

  C. Netflix primarily targeted a wide variety of older movies while Redbox primarily targeted a much smaller variety of new releases.
  D. All of these are correct

Increase responsiveness by increasing the number of facilities, making them more flexible, or increasing capacity

  1. Increase responsiveness by increasing the number of facilities, making them more flexible, or increasing capacity
  A. Information
  B. Facilities
  C. Pricing
  D. Sourcing
  E. None of the above

Forecasting is more accurate when demand has more uncertainty.

  1. Forecasting is more accurate when demand has more uncertainty.

    True
     False