1. Key Concept Explanation: Define key topic by using a scholarly source. Give a clear, concise overview of the essential elements relevant to understanding your key topic. In addition, explain why you are interested in this topic (150 words).
2. Comparison: Compare your research of concept. Note differences or commonalities about topic, providing evidence that you have extended your understanding of this topic beyond the textbook readings. This is an opportunity for you to cite the additional articles you originally researched: This section must be at least (200 words) – See articles below
3. Biblical Integration: Include at least 3 appropriate biblical references. Explain the relevance of your key topic to God’s law and how it can be applied in a Christian context. This section must be at least (150 words).
4. Application: Specifically state how your key topic has been applied to real-world businesses or describe the potential your key topic has to influence today’s business world. Your application must possess a professional rationale that demonstrates the significance of your key topic. This section must be at least (150 words).
5. Annotated Bibliography: Cite the articles you researched in current APA format. An annotation must accompany each citation. Each annotation will consist of a descriptive and evaluative paragraph that is at least (100 words). The annotations are designed to help your classmates in their understanding of your topic. In addition, provide a persistent link for each article.
Articles: Only use below
Ahmad, B., & Adnan, G. (2017). Strategic Alignment between Competitive Strategy Dimensions and Supply Chain Strategy Dimensions. FWU Journal of Social Sciences, 11(1), 44-55.
Chen, C. (2017). Supply Chain Strategies and Carbon Intensity: The Roles of Process Leanness, Diversification Strategy, and Outsourcing. Journal of Business Ethics, 143(3), 603-620. doi:10.1007/s10551-015-2809-8
Dubey, R., & Gunasekaran, A. (2015). Supply chain talent: The missing link in supply chain strategy. Industrial and Commercial Training, 47(5), 257-264. 10.1108/ICT-11-2014-0073
Madhani, P. M. (2017). Supply chain strategy selection: A multi-criteria decision-making approach. IUP Journal of Supply Chain Management, 14(2), 38-56. Retrieved from http://ezproxy.liberty.edu/login?url=https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.liberty.edu/docview/1916950179?accountid=12085
Perez-Franco, R., Phadnis, S., Caplice, C., & Sheffi, Y. (2016). Rethinking supply chain strategy as a conceptual system. International Journal of Production Economics, 182, 384-396. 10.1016/j.ijpe.2016.09.012
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