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Assigment: For this case please read the article below concerning inbound logistics and then answer the following questions.

What are the problems companies face when they expand their supply chain worldwide? What are your suggestions?

Assignment Expectations

You should identify at least four problems/issues. You should use at least one additional resource. Make you claims and back them up with information from the reading and your other references. Add some of your own ideas. Be sure to indicate that these are your own. Use the same format as your module one paper. The paper should be 3-4 pages.

Global Logistics Solutions: A Guide to the Problems Shippers Face, Andrea MacDonald. World Trade. Troy: May 2007. Vol.20, Iss. 5; pgs. 36 - 40. Available in the Trident Online Library.

Abstract:
As companies expand their supply chains worldwide, logistics complications grow and solutions become more problematic. In order to provide reliable, quality services, global logistics providers must be extremely flexible. Shippers need to ask their logistics providers what level of visibility their systems can provide. Supply chains are longer these days than ever before, and that makes communication with the consignee critical. Information needs to be online and accessible to all supply chain partners. The integrated IT solutions provide global visibility of shipments, orders, and inventory moving through the customers' supply chains. To minimize the risk of delays at ocean ports, there are a number of long-term and short-term strategies that shippers can implement to maintain or improve product flow. The most overlooked strategy is also the easiest -- the assurance of accurate and complete documentation. Another strategy to consider is the pre-clearance of cargo.

This is a Signature Assignment for LOG301 Case Module 5

There are three specific learning outcomes:

  1. Distinguish between an effective transportation design and an ineffective one.
  2. Describe the various modes of transportation and their use in supply chains
  3. Explain the importance of transportation systems to SCM.

The grading rubric below has been developed to measure student success in meeting the expectations related to applying your knowledge to transportation designs and their uses.

The grading rubric below has been developed to measure student success in meeting the expectations related to applying your knowledge of global forces, culture and diversity on doing business in other countries.

Assignment Expectation

Weak 

Marginal 

Adequate 

Strong 

Organization

 

Demonstrates the ability to organize content logically, concisely, and in a appropriate manner to understanding of global forces, country differences, culture and diversity.

There is no logical sequence of information. Wording is rambling and unfocused

Paper does not follow a logical sequence.

Paper follows a logical sequence. There are some minor problems with topic transitions. Introduction and/or conclusion are not clear.

Paper follows a logical sequence with an effective introduction and conclusion. Each segment relates to others in a carefully planned framework.

Demonstrates the ability to support a central point or viewpoint throughout the paper.

Insufficient elaboration and/or support (e.g., summaries, listings) in the paper.

Limited elaboration and/or support in the paper.

Support with some specific details and elaboration in the paper.

Support through both specific details and elaboration apparent in the paper.

Content

 

Demonstrates the ability to address an identifiable purpose in paper—the implementation of global forces, culture and diversity in doing business in other countries.

The purpose is not identified, is unclear, or inappropriate in the paper.

Purpose is occasionally unclear in the paper.

Clear purpose, but not consistently sustained throughout the paper.

Clear purpose sustained throughout the paper.

Demonstrates the ability to gather and sort information and data on a particular subject matter or topic.

Does not have a grasp of information and appropriate data. Topic is poorly developed. Supporting materials are absent or vague. Trite ideas and/or unclear wording reflect a lack of understanding of topic.

Seems uncomfortable with information and data. Topic is evident but with little or no elaboration.

Seems comfortable with the information and data. Topic is evident with some supporting details.

Demonstrates full knowledge of the topic with explanation and elaboration. The topic is well developed, effectively supported, and appropriate for the assignment. Critical thinking is clearly and creatively expressed. Data choices are well thought out.

Delivery

 

Demonstrates the ability to use appropriate word choice and grammar in the speech.

There are many sentences with grammatical errors. Some sentences are incomplete/halting, and/or vocabulary is somewhat limited or inappropriate.

There are a few sentences that are complete and grammatical. Word choice is not always appropriate for presentation.

Sentences are generally complete and grammatical, and they flow together easily. With a few exceptions, words are chosen for their precise meaning.

All sentences are complete and grammatical, and they flow together easily. Words are chosen for their precise meaning. Word choice illustrates grasp of content and enhances presentation.

Demonstrates the ability to make an effective speech outline that is free from bias (e.g. sexism, racism, ageism, heterosexism, etc).

Language chosen for a presentation is inappropriate and exhibits bias. Uses clichés, slang, jargon, racist, or sexist language. Some readers may be offended.

Language chosen for the paper is free from bias with one or two minor exceptions.

Language has no apparent bias. There is some inappropriate language.

Language is completely free from bias.

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