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Building a new supply chain for a new business or an existing business.



  • You will work in the groups established for this assignment. Group members must be currently enrolled in the instructor’s section.


  • Failure to contribute to the project will result in the loss of points. At the end of the term you will submit a peer review form assessing the performance of yourself and your teammates.


  • The Project Proposal is due in class on Monday. It is mandatory that your team submits a project proposal. You must submit both a hard copy in class on the Dec. 1st and submit one to ilearn before class on Dec. 1st. Failure to submit a proposal will result in a zero grade for the project. Details of the Project Proposal are outlined below.


  • Group presentation will take place within the last two weeks of class. Each group will present their project. All group members will participate in the presentation. Attendance during the presentations is mandatory and a zero will result in a failure to attend. Details on the presentation will be distributed after the proposals are collected.


  • The final report is due in class on Jan. 7th. You must submit a hard copy of your report in class and a softcopy on ilearn before class on Jan. 7th.

Build a new supply chain for a new business or an existing business.


In this project you must identify a new business opportunity. The manufacture of some new type of computer device is one possibility. You must than develop a new supply chain plan for your product.   Your choice must have significant supply chain issues as a result a manufacturing opportunity is preferred over a service one. Restaurants and import/export businesses are also good choices. If you want to use an existing company you must demonstrate that the new business opportunity is not part of the existing business and you must develop a new supply chain for the new product that does not include the existing plan.

You will need to incorporate the supply chain activities into a business plan and show how they provide a strategic advantage to the firm while supporting the firm’s mission. You will need the following information included your project. Note: This is not meant to be inclusive listing but rather a guide to show you the right direction.

  • A company profile. The firm title, type(s) of products offered, the industry segment where your firm is competing.
  • Demand Management: Who are your customers? What is your expected demand? How do you justify this projected demand? What is the price of your product? How do you justify this price?
  • Facilities and location: What sort of facilities will you have? Where are they located? How is the facility supportive of the product and its demand?
  • Inventory Management: What types of inventory will you have? How will you handle all types of inventory? How does you production system impact your inventory control?
  • Supply Management: Who are your suppliers? Who are your buyers? What is your positioning relative to the end user? Who are your distributors? Why did you choose these suppliers/buyers? How do you control the supply chain as a whole?
  • Logistics: How are your raw materials, work in process inventories and finished goods moved to their point of demand?
  • What is your communication system? Are you going to need special IT systems? Why or why not. What other communication systems do you need beyond those in your supply chain?

Your analysis should be as detailed as possible. Look at similar types of firms for benchmark information. The more analysis you do the easier it will be to develop a detailed supply chain plan. The more detail you have the easier it will be to describe issues in detail and explain how it will be implemented.



Project Proposal:   In your project proposal, you must include some of the preliminary research on the new business opportunity you have chosen. In particular what and why this business is needed should be answered. If you need guidance you may contact me. Attempts to change projects after the proposal is submitted will not be allowed. The proposal must be a maximum of two pages. 1.5 paragraph-spaced, 12 point font Times News Roman.

Final Report:              Your final report will be you must include:

  • A cover page
  • An executive summary
  • The proposal submitted earlier
  • The body of your business plan in a logical and organized manner.
  • Your conclusions
  • Appendix for supporting documentation.
  • References, if any.

Presentation:             Your team presentations will be made during class the last week of the semester. Failure to attend presentations or participate in your team presentations will result in a zero for the team project.

The Peer Evaluation form follows.





Your Name___________________________                               Team Name ______________________


 Name  Cooperation  Dependability & Commitment  Participation  Quality of Work  Total


On the table above , list each member of your team, including yourself, in alphabetical order. Then evaluate each member, including yourself, on the 4 dimensions using the descriptions below. For each person on your team and each dimension, specify a number from 1 to 5 that corresponds to your best assessment of how well that person performed on that dimension. Enter the number in the table and total all evaluations for each person in the column on the left labeled Total. You may use half points (e.g., 2.5). Finally, briefly respond to the last two questions regarding group processes.



  1. Makes no attempt to work with others. May totally dominate work or be otherwise destructive to positive group relations. Not open to ideas other than his/her own.
  2. Some attempt to work with others, but still has strong tendency to want to do things his/her way. Conversely, may not make much effort to get involved. Not particularly conducive to team spirit.
  3. Generally works well with others, but still has some tendency to dominate project or to stand on the sidelines.
  4. Maintains positive relationship with group members. Helps to facilitate team spirit.
  5. Maintains positive relationship with group members. Encourages equal involvement by others by bringing less dominant members into the process and discouraging others from dominating.



  1. Cannot be relied on for deadlines. Does not regularly attend meetings. Does not regularly communicate with team.
  2. Often does not meet deadlines. Is not prepared for meetings. Misses meetings without prior notice.
  3. Generally dependable, but may occasionally miss deadlines, miss meetings or come to meetings unprepared. Informs group if he/she is going to be late or unable to attend a meeting.
  4. Meets deadlines. Attends meetings and is prepared.
  5. Exceptional commitment to team. Can always be relied on in a crises to undertake additional responsibility.



  1. Makes no effort to contribute ideas at meetings or to offer constructive criticism of others= ideas.
  2. Participation limited to criticism of others= ideas with few original contributions.
  3. Regularly participates in meetings by offering own ideas and commenting on those of others. Ideas, however, are not especially creative or insightful.
  4. Regularly contributes creative and insightful ideas in meetings and constructively comments on others= ideas.
  5. Contribution to group is exceptionally creative and insightful. Constantly helps others to more fully develop their own ideas.







  1. Very little work performed. Work has numerous grammatical and spelling errors. Work is not complete and indicates very little effort expended.
  2. Some effort expended, but shortcuts are evident. May not produce acceptable quantity or quality of work. Little attempt made to portray deep understanding.
  3. Work is complete, but not particularly insightful or interesting. Focuses too much on surface explanations.
  4. Considerable effort expended. Work is complete, of acceptable quality and well thought out.
  5. Exceptional effort expended. Work is complete, of high quality and exceptionally insightful.





  1. How well did your group work together?













  1. What could have been done differently by your team to improve its processes?



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