Covid-19 & Supply Chain Risk teaching case Webinar – April 24th at 4 PM

Friday, April 24th 2020
16:00 - 17:00 CEST
Online Webinar

The Coronavirus outbreak has severely challenged global supply chains. As local disruptions take place, from manufacturing to distribution, entire supply chains are affected. The scale of these disruptions is tremendous, with 75% of all U.S. businesses experiencing supply chain issues, according to Fortune’s latest estimates. How can these disruptions be avoided in future crises, and how do we respond to acute problems within the value chain? 

 

Dive into the online game ‘The Fresh Connection’ together with your students for an immersed case study on Risk Management. In ‘The Fresh Connection’, students are challenged with a Corona-related supply chain issue: a juice company that struggles to source its Vitamin C from China. Accompanied by a Harvard-style Teaching Case, students are challenged to come up with recommendations to solve the issue. The learning outcome is for students to have an understanding of Risk Management principles. 

 

What’s included in this online teaching case?

  • Harvard-style Teaching Case on Risk Management and Covid-19
  • Access for both students and teachers to the interactive online game ‘The Fresh Connection’ 
  • Class discussion points 
  • Comprehensive teaching notes and manual for using the game
  • Introduction video about ‘The Fresh Connection’.

Incorporate our free Multimedia Online Teaching Case on Covid-19 and its risks to global supply chains in your course immediately.

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