Explain possible ways which a global operations manager could connect The Exodus concepts to the key issues of global logistics.

Faith And Integration

Read Exodus 12 and 13, also known as “The Great Exodus.” Now consider the key Issues of global logistics: Movement of product, Movement of information, Time/service, Cost, and Integration. Write a short essay that explains possible ways which a global operations manager could connect The Exodus concepts to the key issues of global logistics.

Next, conduct an Internet search to find and read at least 3 RECENT articles that relate to the key term you selected. Articles may be found in the International section of any reputable website that focuses on international business, such as Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, or the Economist. Another good source of information is EBSCOhost, accessible through Liberty’s online library. Websites like about.com, britanica.com, Wikipedia etc. do not constitute scholarly academic articles and references.

Of the 3 articles you’ve read, select the article that you wish to discuss, and write a review of it. In addition, you must post all 3 recent articles to the reference section—even though you review only one of them. You may provide additional references, but references do not replace 3 articles that relate to your key term. Actually reference the article you review within the article review. Your review must include the following sections (each section must be structured by a heading for each section):

  1. definition of the key term: this does not count in the 200 word minimum requirement.
  2. summary, in your own words, of the selected article.
  3. discussion, in your own words, of how the article relates to the selected chapter and key term.
  4. The complete citation, in APA format, of each of the 3 articles read and any other additional references; these do not count in the 200-word requirement.
  5. All references must be annotated.

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