Event Three Analysis

Event Three Analysis

Create a 10-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with speaker notes and include the following:

  • Provide background of the major event (Global Market Failure – Housing Market and Banks Failed)
    • Include key factors which resulted in the event occurring
    • Describe the event- what happened and why it happened
    • Locations and demographics impacted- regional, local, global
    • Research the impact of technology trends on the global value chain, with emphasis on global communications, IT challenges in data collection and analysis, and IT solutions supporting risk mitigation
    • Reaction of global supply chains to event with emphasis on global communications, IT challenges in data collection and analysis, and IT solutions supporting risk mitigation
      • Disaster recovery methods
      • Supply constraints
      • Supply chain impact based on event category
        • Containment actions- examples: technology changes for Y2K, logistics security for 9/11
  • Impact on the demand-supply interface
  • Lessons learned in the aftermath of the event
  • Permanent changes to supply chain practices as a result of the event
  • Team assessment of lessons learned in today’s global value chain models

Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

Event Three Analysis

Learning Team: Event Three Analysis

 

Purpose of Assignment

 

The purpose of this assignment is to analyze a major event not directly linked to specific supply chain management proved to be a significant driver in supply chain risk management improvements. Students will apply additional focus on global communications and the impact of IT solutions.

 

Grading Guide

 

Content                                                              

 

Met

 

Partially Met Not Met

 

Comments:
The team providesa background summary of the selected major event.        
The team includes key factors which resulted in the event occurring.        
The team describes the event, including what happened and why it happened.        
The team includes the locations and demographics impacted, including regional, local and global.        
The team researches the reaction of global supply chains with emphasis on global security, climate risks, and volatile demand changes:

 

       
The team researches the impact on the demand-supply interface.        
The team researches lessons learned in the aftermath of the event.        
The team researches permanent changes to supply chain practices as a result of the event.        
The team researches the assessment of lessons learned in today’s global value chain models.        
Presentation consists of 10 slideswith speaker notes and is appropriate for the audience.        
The presentation includes relevant media and visual aids that are consistent with the content.        
    Total Available Total Earned  
    4 #/4  
Presentation Guidelines

 

Met

 

Partially Met Not Met

 

Comments:
The presentation is laid out with effective use of headings, font styles, font sizes, and white space.        
Intellectual property is recognized with in-text citations and a reference slide.        
The presentation includes an introduction and conclusion that previewand review major points.        
Major points are stated clearly; are supported by specific details, examples, or analysis; and are organized logically.        
Rules of grammar and usage are followed including spelling and punctuation.        
    Total Available Total Earned  
    2 #/2  
Assignment Total # 6 #/6  
Additional comments:

 

 

 

 

Learning Team Assignment Instructions

 

Introduction

 

Since the dawn of the 21st Century, global value chains have been challenged as a result of major global events.  These events were not prompted by changes in global supply chain management but quite the contrary.  These events PROMPTED changes in global supply chain management.  When major events occur we often do not think of the aftermath in terms of supply chain continuity, but in every event the global supply chains were severely impacted and drove companies to transform global value chains to meet new and unexpected challenges.

 

Instructions

 

The Learning Team assignments for ISCOM/383 will involve studying these events and applying the global value chain impact as a result. The team will select a different event each week from the listed events in the table below.

 

Key major events and categories are:

 

Event Description Direct Impact Category
Y2K Global preparation for 12:01am, January 1, 2000 Information Technology
9/11 Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Soil Security
Global Market Failure Housing market and banks failed Economics
Big-Three Bailout Potential bankruptcy of major automobile manufacturers Labor and Economics
China and India Industrial Boon Massive building of factories/businesses in China and India Resource scarcity
Japan Tsunami Major devastation resulting in tragic loss of life and property; major nuclear plant breach Natural Disaster

 

 

Last Updated on February 10, 2019 by EssayPro