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Marco Wernli
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Erstellt / Aktualisiert 29.11.2021 / 16.01.2022
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Which statements regarding Disintermediation in the Supply Chain are true?

The more specialized a company's services are in the supply chain, the lower the risk of disintermediation.

Intermediation only makes sense if the cost of a direct transaction between supplier and buyer are lower than the cumulative costs costsof transactions between supplier, intermediary and buyer.

If digitalization makes it possible to retrieve information independent of time and location, this promotes intermediation.

The risk of disintermediation is rather low for companies that handle high flows of goods and simultaneously process complex information.

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Which statements regarding the Systematization of Networks are true?

A structure-related approach is, for example, based upon social criteria (power relationships, basis of trust, network culture, conflict potential).

A structure-related approach is, for example, based upon the IT relationship (integration and data exchange via online shop or EDI).

A structure-related approach is, for example, by size (number of actors, spatial dimensions)

A structure-related approach is, for example, based upon Meta-Logistics (cross-company logistics).

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Which statements regarding the characteristics of Supply Chain Networks are true?

An exchange (transactions) takes place between the actors (individuals or organizations).

The partners are interdependent across dyads (a dyad is a relationship between two).

The partners are interdependent across decades (a decade is a three-party or triangular relationship).

Within the network, actors are prepared for a multi-level compensation (balance between investment and subjective benefit).

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From a Supply Chain Management perspective, which statements regarding Network Levels, respectively Partial Networks, are true?

The three classical network levels are: goods networks, information networks and social networks

The three classical network levels are: goods networks, institutional networks and financial networks

The three classical network levels are: goods networks, information networks and financial Networks.

A distinction can be made between three classical and two additional network levels.

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Which statements regarding the Systematization of Networks are true?

A structure-related approach is, for example, based upon the SCOR model (four levels).

A structure-related approach is, for example, based upon the development stage of the supply chain (initializing, processing and reconfiguration).

A level-related approach is, for example, based upon Meta-Logistics (cross-company logistics).

A structure-related approach is, for example, based upon social criteria (power relations, basis of trust, network culture, conflict potential).

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Which statements regarding Cooperation Strategies are true?

Vertical cooperation strategies refer to the upstream or downstream value creation partner.

Coopetition refers to the cooperation and competition between companies.

Vertical cooperation strategies include customer and supplier cooperation.

Strategic alliances are basically the same as Coopetition.

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From a Supply Chain Management perspective, which statements regarding Network Types are true?

With multiplication networks it is about the mass application of finished concepts.

Transport networks are about classical logistics, the relocation of physical goods in location and time.

Reproduction networks involve the selective cooperation of actors with a focus on division of labor, know-how transfer and cost splitting.

Innovation networks are about the routine production of tangible and intangible objects.

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Assign the orientation to the appropriate network type from a supply chain perspective.

Orientation: Size of the network

Multiplication Networks

Reproduction Networks

Intermediary Networks

Innovation Networks

Transport Networks