The Risk Pooling Game Report. , Supply Chain Management

The Risk Pooling Game Report.

Dear,

Is required to play this game and do the following:
- You got three categories.
- Default model.
- High demands verses low demands variance.
- Two policies: week order verses order up to level.
- You need generate the screen shoots for each of this categories then compare the profit results.
- Comment on the results will include that centralized system is better performed in reducing the cost and overhead.
- And also the order fluctuations.

* Number of words 2000 words.
* With attachments, photos, tables and graphics.

Thanks,
Posted Date: 9/20/2012 8:50:39 PM | Location : United States







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