SUPPLY CHAIN

Introductory: Foundation and first year undergraduates

Faux, Faux Fur: Responding to Supply Chain Crises, Myles Ethan Lascity (Scenario case)

H&M Post-Rana Plaza: Can Fast Fashion Ever Be Truly Ethical?, David S. Waller and Helen J. Waller (Public case)

Should Everlane Pursue Becoming a B Corporation™?, Leslie Davis Burns (Public case)

 

Intermediate: Mid to upper level undergraduates

Adoption of the “See Now Buy Now” Business Model in the Fashion Industry: A Fashion Calendar Revolution, Jennifer Kyungeun Lee (Scenario case)

Approaching CSR with a New Kind of Transparency: How eCommerce Retailer Everlane set New Industry Standards in Brand Communication, Nina Bürklin (Public case)

Making Fashion Transparent: What Consumers Know About the Brands they Admire, Iva Jestratijevic and Nancy A. Rudd (Public case)

Renewing a Global Brand: FILA, GiHyung, Kim & YoungJee, Suh (Public case)

Sustainability at Better Sweater: Knitwear Size Customization and the Triple Bottom Line, Sarah Portway and Susan P. Ashdown (Scenario case)

To Reuse or Not: Tablecloth Re-manufacturing Model, Connie Ulasewicz (Field case)

Turning Ocean Plastics into Sustainable Product Innovations: The Strategic Collaboration of Adidas and Parley for the Oceans, Nina Bürklin (Public case)

Turtlebacks™: Using Artisan Collectives to Grow a Handmade Line, Marie Segares and Eda Sanchez-Persampieri (Field case)

Where Will Yongmei Go?, Nancy J Rabolt and Judy Miler (Scenario case)

Youngone Corporation: Global Sourcing and Corporate Social Responsibility, Yoon-Jung Lee & Yoori Chae (Public case)

 

Advanced: Postgraduate