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The Global Student Challenge

The Global Student Challenge, Amsterdam, September 2017

Press release Global Student Challenge 2017-2018 International [pdf]

 

Course Supply Chain Finance & The Cool Connection game

Curriculum SCF Intensive Course version 1 (22-05-2017) [pdf]

Attached the (revised) intensive course Supply Chain Finance (one week) at Chelyabinsk State University in 2017.

Optional are some aspects like extra rounds in week 2 and 3 of the serious game The Cool Connection (TCC) and/or a written exam.

The kick-off of the SCF course is based on a so-called flipped the classroom approach in week 0 from a video-link (https://video.han.nl/p2gplayer/Player.aspx?id=boR69l) and an article with e-book.

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SUPPLY CHAIN FINANCE

The article IS SUPPLY CHAIN FINANCE READY TO BE APPLIED  IN SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRIZES? by J. H. Jansen, Arnhem, Netherlands, 12.2016.

Supply Chain Finance

Introductory video lecture Supply Chain Finance by Jan Jansen

International Symposium on Heavy Vehicle Transport Technology – HVTT12 (Stockholm)

In September 2012 this was our contribution for the HVTT12 conference:

FUTURE DEMANDS ON CONTAINER SIZES AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE TRUCK OF THE FUTURE [pdf]

For more articles on this topic please visit the website: http://hvttconference.com/

Presentation by F.N. Beijderwellen

Please, in the category Presentations, see the presentation by F.N. Beijderwellen  (HAN university, Netherlands) Sustainability in a Curriculum for Logistic management [pptx] given at the International Sustainable Logistics Conference 2012 in Jyväskylä, Finland (www.islc-network.com). 

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STEP to Russia 2011 – a special focus on Logistics

In July 2011 students from Vorarlberg University were visiting the city of  Chelyabinsk in Russia.

All pictures of Step to Russia trip

18 students from Vorarlberg University were on a ten-day study tour in Chelyabinsk region. The tour took them by plane and train through three time zones and 4,000 km via Munich and Moscow to Chelyabinsk close to the legendary Ural Mountains, almost on the border with Kazakhstan and to the threshold between Europe and Asia. As guests of the Chelyabinsk State University, the bachelor students learned about Russia and Chelyabinsk in a comprehensive and intensive program of lectures, company visits, field trips and recreational events.

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New presentation

Kerstien Celis published the presentation Establishing a Common Vocabulary: What is Horizontal Collaboration? in the category Presentations.

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New publication

Jan Jansen (HAN) published the article Integrated Exchange Rate Model (IERM) & Chinese Yuan & US Dollar. Case: Working Capital Management in Logistics in the category Publications.

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Summer school. Doing business in Europe

Join us at Arnhem Business School in the Netherlands next summer!

Programme

The summer course is offered in 2 identical sessions; Session 1 runs from 4 – 24 June 2011 and Session 2 runs from 25 June – 15 July 2011.

  1. The first week of class starts at the Nijmegen campus with introductions to Dutch and European Culture and Economy and is followed by a business case. The business case is centered around one of the largest flower auctions in the world: Flora Holland in Aalsmeer. On request of Flora Holland, students work in groups on a particular business assignment and present their findings to representatives of Flora Holland during an oral presentation. A company visit to Flora Holland in Aalsmeer is included in the programme.
  2. The second week consists of different seminars covering topics in, among others, European Logistics, Consumer Behaviour and Business Law.
  3. The third and final week is reserved for the Business Management Game. Students work together in a ‘management team’ making executive decisions in multicultural groups, applying business knowledge, intercultural skills and a professional attitude.

More information: http://www.han.nl/opleidingen/summer-course/doing-business-in-europe/