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Marco Wernli
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Which statements regarding Voluntary Initiatives in Sustainable Supply Chain Management are true?

Lack of reporting standards makes it difficult to verify voluntary initiatives in sustainable supply chain management.

Voluntary initiatives in sustainable supply chain management serve the structured Customer communication (for example labels).

The CO Surcharge is a typical voluntary initiative in sustainable supply chain management.

Voluntary initiatives in sustainable supply chain management exist due to lack of global regulations.

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Which statements regarding Risk Management for Sustainable Supply Chain Management are true?

If the probability of occurrence is high and the impact of damage is low, it is advisable to accept a risk.

With high damage effects and low probability of occurrence, it is worthwhile to take out insurance or insurance coverageg.

Second (or dual) source strategies can reduce the probability of a risk occurring.

Monitoring is recommended for high damage impact with high probability of occurrence.

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Assign the following statement to the corresponding strategic options in sustainable supply chain management:

"Leadership position in sustainability"

Proactive Strategy

Defensive Strategy

Reactive Strategy

Adapted Strategy

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Assign the following statement to the corresponding strategic options in sustainable supply chain management:

"Goal of cost avoidance"

Proactive Strategy

Defensive Strategy

Reactive Strategy

Adapted Strategy

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Assign the following statement to the corresponding strategic options in sustainable supply chain management:

"Negative interaction with stakeholders"

Proactive Strategy

Defensive Strategy

Reactive Strategy

Adapted Strategy

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Assign the following statement to the corresponding strategic options in sustainable supply chain management:

"Contemporary communication"

Proactive Strategy

Defensive Strategy

Reactive Strategy

Adapted Strategy

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Which statements regarding Circular Economy are true?

The circular economy closes energy and material cycles.

The circular economy includes the physical world, but not services.

The circular economy requires new business models.

The circular economy is an element of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

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Assign the following example of initiative aimed at sustainable supply chain management to the right category:

"Marine Stewardship Council"

Label

Voluntary Initiative

Law

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Assign the following example of initiative aimed at sustainable supply chain management to the right category:

"Global Reporting Initiative"

Label

Voluntary Initiative

Law

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Assign the following example of initiative aimed at sustainable supply chain management to the right category:

"Regulation for the Return, Take-Back and Disposal of Electrical and Electronic Equipment"

Label

Voluntary Initiative

Law

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Assign the following example of initiative aimed at sustainable supply chain management to the right category:

"Demeter"

Label

Law

Voluntary Initiative

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Which statements regarding Sustainability Development with the Agenda 2030 are true?

(regarding the video "Nachhaltigkeit und ihre Ausprägungen und Dimensionen")

Agenda 2030 contains five critical components: "People," "Prosperity," "Peace," "Partnership" and "Planet."

The countries of the world have jointly defined sustainability goals in Agenda 2030.

Agenda 2030 contains 17 sustainability goals based on the five critical components.

In Agenda 2030, the countries of the world have set out a timetable for working through the 17 sustainability goals one after the other.

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Which statements regarding Footprint and Life Cycle Assessment are true?

Material flows and environmental effects are determined for the CO footprint.

The Life Cycle Assessment uses IT systems, for example, for the input of material and energy data.

The CO Footprint is calculated for products and processes.

Only a life cycle assessment includes a life cycle analysis.

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Which statements regarding Entrepreneurial Sustainability are true?

(regarding the video "Echte unternehmerische Nachhaltigkeit")

Management decisions in a level 1.0 company consider purely economic interests such as shareholder value, profits and market share.

In companies at level 2.0, sustainability is primarily seen as a means to economic success, for example, to minimize risks and reduce cost.

In companies at level 2.0, three-dimensional value creation is pursued. The focus is simultaneously on economic, ecological and social goals.

Management decisions in a company at level 3.0 also take into account the concerns of society and the environment, but economic goals are the main focus.

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Which statements regarding Sustainability are true?

(regarding the video "Nachhaltigkeit und ihre Ausprägungen und Dimensionen")

Sustainability is now regarded as a global concept. It is based on a three-pillar model.

Carl von Carlowitz had already noticed in the 18th century that there are always enough trees growing back, no matter how many are cutdown.

The three-pillar model of sustainability takes the environment, ecology and economy into account with one pillar each.

As early as the 18th century, Carl von Carlowitz had established that sustainability is a social issue.

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Which statements regarding Disposal and Recycling are true?

Disposal corresponds to the disposal of substances, for example, at their point of origin.

Recycling means a return of materials, but not of energy.

During recovery, the form of a recyclable material is preserved.

In general: avoidance before recycling (reuse or recovery) before disposal.

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Which statements regarding Supply Chain Risks are true?

Quality fluctuations in delivered goods are a high risk in international procurement.

Theft, fire or damage to property are among the storage risks.

A frequent cause of production risks are poor sales forecasts.

Temporary cooperations (for example, virtual companies) facilitate the management of scarce resources.

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Which statements regarding Risk Mitigation Methods in Supply Chains are true?

Reactionary implementation aims to shift risks to the general public.

The implementation of preventive measures serves to limit the risk potential.

The reactive implementation approach aims to limit damage when damage occurs.

The proactive implementation serves to reduce the risk through continuous risk management.

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Which statements regarding Sustainability are true?

(regarding the video "Nachhaltigkeit und ihre Ausprägungen und Dimensionen")

The pillar "social" focuses, for example, on combating poverty and addressing social differences.

The three-pillar model of sustainability takes the environment, ecology and social issues into account with one pillar each.

The pillar "Environment" focuses primarily on resource-saving production and short supply chains.

The pillar "Social" focuses, for example, on equal rights and education.

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Which statements regarding "Failure Mode and Effects Analysis" and "Bottleneck Engineering" are true?

Failure Mode and Effects Analysis assigns problems using a quality technology matrix.

Bottleneck engineering serves to resolve transport bottlenecks.

Failure Mode and Effects Analysis forms a risk priority value.

Bottleneck engineering distinguishes between the occurrence and significance of a bottleneck.

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Which statements regarding the Three Pillar Model are true?

In supply chain practice, the three-pillar model means that the actors involved comply with minimum environmental and social standards and develop a common problem-solving culture.

Sustainable means acting in an economically sensible, environmentally friendly and socially responsible manner.

Economic, ecological and social performance must be cumulative for a company or value network to be considered sustainable.

Process cost reductions are not sustainable if they lead to job losses.

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Which statements regarding the Model for Increasing Performance through Sustainability are true?

Established risk management promotes the performance of supply chains in terms of economy, ecology and social aspects.

The new core task of management is to resolve conflicts of economic, ecological and social objectives.

The model for increasing performance through sustainability is risk-orientedt.

Interest and activist groups are now seen as supply chain actors.

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Which statements regarding the levels of Entrepreneurial Sustainability are true?

(regarding the video "Echte unternehmerische Nachhaltigkeit)

Management decisions in a company at level 0.0 consider purely economic interests such as shareholder value, profits and market share.

Management decisions in a company at level 1.0 also take into account the concerns of society and environment, but economic goals are the main focus.

In companies at level 3.0, three-dimensional value creation is pursued. The focus is simultaneously on economic, ecological and social goals.

In companies at level 1.0, sustainability is primarily seen as a means to economic success, for example, to minimize risks and reduce costs.

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Which statements regarding Supplier Audit Regarding Sustainability are true?

The adaptability to new conditions is examined.

The quality level of the supplier is reviewed.

Compliance with ISO 9001 is verified.

Leadership processes are reviewed.

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Which statements regarding Sustainability are true?

(regarding the video "Nachhaltigkeit und ihre Ausprägungen und Dimensionen")

The pillar "Economy" focuses, for example, on resource-saving production and short supply chains.

The pillars of sustainability can also be considered in isolation.

The pillar "Environment" focuses primarily on climate protection, the use of natural resources (such as agricultural land) and biodiversity.

The three-pillar model of sustainability takes into account environmental, economic and social aspects with one pillar each.