Supply Chain Finance: What It Is and What It’s Not: Adopting Supply Chain Finance Best Practices Is a Matter of Dollars and Sense

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Supply Chain Finance: What It Is and What It’s Not: Adopting Supply Chain Finance Best Practices Is a Matter of Dollars and Sense

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To help you retain the information found in this course, each week you are required to submit your “Cornell Notes” for each article required for the week. An MS Word template is attached for your use. Please submit all notes for the week in ONE MS Word document.

Please click here to review information on Cornell Note Taking.

Please complete Cornell Notes on three of the five articles listed below:

Article #1 – Supply Chain Finance: What It Is and What It’s Not: Adopting Supply Chain Finance Best Practices Is a Matter of Dollars and Sense

Article #2 – Funding the Organization Through Supply Chain Finance: A Longitudinal Investigation

Article #3 – Supply Chain Finance Trends

Article #4 – Risk Assessment of Supply Chain Finance With Intuitionistic Fuzzy Information

Article #5 – Cross-Border Supply Chain Finance: An Important Offering in Transaction Banking

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