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Devry BUSN427 Week 6 Case Study




Case Analysis: Chapter 14 Closing Case on pages 490?491;1.;What are the benefits to Boeing of outsourcing so much work on the 787 to foreign suppliers? What are the potential risks? Do the benefits outweigh the risks?;2.;In 2007 and 2008 Boeing ran into several publicized issues with regard to its management of a globally dispersed supply chain? What are the causes of these problems? What can a company such as Boeing do to make sure such problems do not occur in the future?;3.;Some critics have claimed that by outsourcing so much work, Boeing has been exporting American jobs overseas. Is this criticism fair? How should the company respond to such criticisms?;Your responses should be well-rounded and analytical and should not just provide a conclusion or an opinion without explaining the reason for the choice. For full credit, you need to use the material from the week's lectures, text, and/or discussions when responding to the questions. It is important that you incorporate the question into your response (i.e., summarize the case in the Summary) and explain the principle(s) or concept(s) from the text that underlies your judgment. For each case, you should provide at least two references in APA format (in-text citations and references as described in detail in the Syllabus). Each answer should be double-spaced in 12 point.;Use the following headings and lengths in your paper;1. Summary;a. In this section, you should summarize the case in one paragraph.;2. Questions;a. Number each question. Each specific question under the numbered Case Discussion Questions should be a paragraph in length since many Case Discussion Questions contain more than one question.;Be sure to restate each question before answering it.;b. Apply the concepts from the appropriate chapters in your answers.;3. References;a. Include citations throughout the paper and a reference page with your sources. Use APA style citations and references.


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