Using Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) in Supply Chain Education

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Primary Investigator

Mei Cao
University of Wisconsin – Superior
Erlanson 5
Superior, WI 54880
mcao1@uwsuper.edu

Abstract

TSCOR is a management tool that has been developed by the Supply-Chain Council as the standard diagnostic tool for supply-chain management, enabling companies to address, improve, and communicate supply-chain management practices. SCOR model is integrated into the Supply Chain Management class to provide students a comprehensive examination of the SCOR model and offer students the methodology for using the SCOR model within an organization.

Objectives

Integrate SCOR model framework and implementation into a Supply Chain Management class.

Tasks

  1. Attend SCOR model workshop
  2. Prepare instructional materials
  3. Give lectures on SCOR model

Project Information

  • Duration: 6 months
  • Dates: June 2008 – December 2008
  • Budget: $4,100
  • Student Involvement: One undergraduate
  • Modal Orientation: Multimodal
  • Project ID: CFIRE 02-25
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