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ITLS6600: Global Logistics Capstone

This unit serves as the capstone unit for the Global Logistics Specialisation. This unit consolidates, integrates and applies the knowledge and skills that students have gained in the Global Logistics specialisation. Taken in the last semester of study, the unit provides the opportunity to explore authentic, scenario-based global logistics problems and to reinforce and extend competencies in students' area of interest and expertise. The projects are assigned to students based on their experience and professional needs in one or more of the following areas: global distribution strategy, ethical and sustainable logistics and procurement, strategic procurement, supply chain risk analysis and mitigation strategies, city logistics, and supply chain challenges facing Australian and global businesses. Students manage the project investigation and carry it to completion within a specified time period and to a professional standard. Through the project, students identify the problems and existing bottlenecks, explore the potential solutions to these problems, critically analyse the situation, document their progress, communicate findings with their mentor and other students, reflect on their learning, and prepare a formal project report describing the work performed as well as the resulting conclusions and recommendations.

Code ITLS6600
Academic unit Transport and Logistics Studies
Credit points 6
Prerequisites:
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Completion of 18 credit points of units towards the Global Logistics specialisation (including ITLS5250)
Corequisites:
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Completion of 6 credit points towards the Global Logistics specialisation
Prohibitions:
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None

At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • LO1. Identify and explain challenges, emerging trends, and the significance and impact of those trends in logistics and supply chain management
  • LO2. Systemically evaluate and select logistics and supply chain tools and approaches to address the identified challenges
  • LO3. Effectively, persuasively and influencially communicate with all supply chain stakeholders including the project team, client, and supervisor/mentor
  • LO4. Effectively and creatively use technology and digital approaches to communicate with stakeholders, develop and implement tools and solution methods, and present the results
  • LO5. Introduce and implement creative approaches in developing solutions and presenting the results that incorporate diverse viewpoints and multidisciplinary perspectives
  • LO6. Effectively collaborate with all stakeholders from diverse backgrounds, and integrate social and cultural perspectives in supply chain analysis and decision making
  • LO7. Identify and address environmental and social responsibility concerns in addressing the logitiscs and supply chain challenges

Unit outlines

Unit outlines will be available 1 week before the first day of teaching for the relevant session.