This course focuses on the last three pillars of the supply chain management system: make, deliver, and sustain. Make, or manufacturing, is the production process of the product based on the planning steps in the supply chain. Distribution focuses on what happens between the product being made, and purchased by the consumer. Sustain, the last step, is focused on how these materials can be reused in the supply chain rather than wasted. In this course, students will be able to build upon their knowledge of the front-end of the supply chain to evaluate what makes supply chain strategies successful in the marketplace. marketplace. Real-life examples will be applied related to global supply chains and the changing nature of retailing, including the impact of e-commerce, to demonstrate how successful execution must follow supply chain strategies and plans for success. Prerequisite: TRAN 4100.