Liberty Technological Development and Its Integration in the Global Supply Chain Please see attachment for full instruction Please go by

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Choose one topic from the list below:

Supply Chain Topics Literature Review

Business Intelligence in the Supply Chain
Supply Chain and Cultural Differences in Other Countries
Customer Satisfaction and the Supply Chain
Inventory Management in the Supply Chain
Improving Supply Chain Integration (suppliers and distributors).
Strategic Supply Chain Management Through Global Outsourcing
Technological Development and its Integration in the Global Supply Chain
Supply chain and its adaptation to Just-in-time (JIT)
Cultural and economic conditions affecting Supply Chain
Global changing market decisions.
History of Supply Chain Management
Ethical Behavior from Buyer and Supplier in the Supply Chain and its Impact on our Global Market

Simchi-Levi, D., Kaminsky, P., & Simchi-Levi, E. (2008). Designing and managing the supply chain: Concepts, strategies and case studies (3rd ed.). New York, NY: Richard D. Irwin, Inc. ISBN: 9780073341521. BUSI 740
The purpose of this research project is for you to create a scholarly piece of graduate-level
research and writing, which conforms to current APA format. Competency in the current APA
format is required of all Business graduates of Liberty University, as set forth by policy of both
the Graduate Faculty and the administration.
You will research and write a literature review on a topic relevant to your course. You will have
approximately 2 modules/weeks to research and write the paper. The topics for this assignment
are identified below. Simply select a topic, and then begin working on the project. Do not
“recycle” any work from any previous courses you have taken. Your research paper will be a
comprehensive thematic review of the scholarly literature related to your topic.
Supply Chain Topics Literature Review
➢ Business Intelligence in the Supply Chain
➢ Supply Chain and Cultural Differences in Other Countries
➢ Customer Satisfaction and the Supply Chain
➢ Inventory Management in the Supply Chain
➢ Improving Supply Chain Integration (suppliers and distributors).
➢ Strategic Supply Chain Management Through Global Outsourcing
➢ Technological Development and Its Integration in the global Supply Chain
➢ Supply chain and its adaptation to Just-in-time (JIT)
➢ Cultural and economic conditions affecting Supply Chain
➢ Global changing market decisions.
➢ History of Supply Chain Management
➢ Ethical Behavior from Buyer and Supplier in the Supply Chain and its Impact on our
Global Market
What is a literature review?
“A literature review discusses published information in a particular subject area, and sometimes
information in a particular subject area within a certain time period.
A literature review can be just a simple summary of the sources, but it usually has an
organizational pattern and combines both summary and synthesis. A summary is a recap of the
important information of the source, but a synthesis is a re-organization, or a reshuffling, of that
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information. It might give a new interpretation of old material or combine new with old
interpretations. Or it might trace the intellectual progression of the field, including major debates.
And depending on the situation, the literature review may evaluate the sources and advise the
reader on the most pertinent or relevant.”i
How is a literature review different from an academic research paper?
“The main focus of an academic research paper is to develop a new argument, and a research
paper will contain a literature review as one of its parts. In a research paper, you use the literature
as a foundation and as support for a new insight that you contribute. The focus of a literature
review, however, is to summarize and synthesize the arguments and ideas of others without
adding new contributions.”ii The academic research paper also covers a range of sources, but it is
usually a select number of sources, because the emphasis is on the argument. Likewise, a
literature review can also have an “argument,” but it is not as important as covering a number of
sources. In short, an academic research paper and a literature review contain some of the same
elements. In fact, many academic research papers will contain a literature review section. But it
is the aspect of the study (the argument or the sources) that is emphasized that determines what
type of document it is.
Why write literature reviews?
“Literature reviews provide you with a handy guide to a particular topic. If you have limited time
to conduct research, literature reviews can give you an overview or act as a stepping stone. For
professionals, they are useful reports that keep them up to date with what is current in the field.
For scholars, the depth and breadth of the literature review emphasizes the credibility of the
writer in his or her field. Literature reviews also provide a solid background for a research
paper’s investigation. Comprehensive knowledge of the literature of the field is essential to most
research papers.”iii
What is the format for literature reviews?
“Just like most academic papers, literature reviews also must contain at least three basic
elements: an introduction or background information section; the body of the review containing
the discussion of sources; and, finally, a conclusion and/or recommendations section to end the

Introduction: Gives a quick idea of the topic of the literature review, such as the central
theme or organizational pattern.

Body: Contains your discussion of sources and is organized thematically.

Conclusions/Recommendations: Discuss what you have drawn from reviewing literature
so far. Where might the discussion proceed?”iv
What is a thematic literature review?
“Thematic reviews of literature are organized around a topic or issue, rather than the progression
of time.”v
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“Sometimes, though, you might need to add additional sections that are necessary for your study,
but do not fit in the organizational strategy of the body. What other sections you include in the
body is up to you. Put in only what is necessary. Here are a few other sections you might want to

Current Situation: Information necessary to understand the topic or focus of the literature

History: The chronological progression of the field, the literature, or an idea that is
necessary to understand the literature review, if the body of the literature review is not
already a chronology.

Methods and/or Standards: The criteria you used to select the sources in your literature
review or the way in which you present your information. For instance, you might
explain that your review includes only peer-reviewed articles and journals.

Questions for Further Research: What questions about the field has the review sparked?
How will you further your research as a result of the review?”vi
This section is required and must be included in your paper.

This section of the literature review is where you integrate faith and learning in this
course. After reading Every Good Endeavor: Connecting Your Work to God’s Work,” write a 3–
5-page section that integrates the Genesis model, i.e., the creation-fall-redemptionconsummation framework, with the learning objectives of this course, which is part of the
required 19 pages of content. Conclude with how your integration may be used for
furthering God’s purposes for business on earth.
Important Points to Consider
The paper is to be written in strict conformance to current APA standards, and must contain at
least 19 pages of content (excluding the title page, abstract, and references), utilizing at least 12
scholarly references.
The paper is to be submitted through SafeAssign at the end of Module/Week 8. It is highly
recommended that you download and read the instructions to avoid any stress created by
issues that are the result of waiting until the last minute.

A SafeAssign draft check will be provided for you to use to improve your Originality
Score prior to your final submission.
Three levels of current APA headings must be used throughout the paper, as this is a graduatelevel research paper.
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Some students do not fully understand the difference between plagiarism and paraphrasing.
Paraphrasing is when you take a source or someone else’s idea and say it in your own words.
When you paraphrase, you must still give the author’s name, date, title of the source, the
scholarly journal where it came from, and the exact website address or book.
However, when you directly quote a source, it must have quotation marks around the quote, or
(if 40 words or more) it must be set in block quotation format. You must also give detailed
information of where you acquired the quote.
For the purpose of this academic paper, adhere to the follow rules when quoting or using a

Do not directly quote more than 120 words from any one source.
If the source is 2,000 words or less, do not directly quote more than 50 words from
any one source.
Do not use the same source more than a total of 3 times within the whole document
for quoting or paraphrasing.
Quotes must contain the section (if provided) and paragraph or page numbers of the
quote, and this information must be placed in the reference.
In all instances, use current APA guidelines for citations and references.
The paper must not be a series of quotations.
Email your instructor with any questions regarding the project.
Literature Reviews (
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Content 70%
Synthesis of
Foundation of
140 to 132 points*
Student exhibits a
defined and clear
understanding of the
assignment. Thesis is
clearly defined and
well constructed to
help guide the reader
throughout the
assignment. Student
builds upon the thesis
of the assignment with
well-documented and
exceptional supporting
facts, figures, and/or
80 to 75 points*
Student demonstrates
proficient command of
the subject matter in
the assignment.
Assignment shows an
impressive level of
depth of student’s
ability to relate course
Literature Grading Rubric
Levels of Achievement
131 to 122 points*
121 to 1 points*
Student exhibits a basic
understanding of the
intended assignment, but
the thesis is not fully
supported throughout the
assignment. While thesis
helps to guide the
development of the
assignment, the reader
may have some difficulty
in seeing linkages
between thoughts. While
student has included a
few supporting facts and
statements, this has
limited the quality of the
74 to 70points*
69 to 1 points*
The assignment reveals
Student exhibits above
that the student has a
average usage of subject general, fundamental
matter in
understanding of the
assignment. Student
provides above average material. Whereas, there
ability in relating course are areas of some
content in examples
concerning in the
given. Details and facts linkages provided
Not present
0 points
Establishes a good
comprehension of topic
and in the building of
the thesis. Student
demonstrates an
effective presentation of
thesis, with most
support statements
helping to support the
key focus of assignment.
0 points
content to practical
examples and
applications. Student
analysis of details,
facts, and concepts in a
logical sequence.
60 to 56 points*
Application of
(Critical Thinking Student demonstrates a
higher-level of critical
thinking necessary for
graduate level
work. Learner
provides a strategic
approach in presenting
examples of problem
solving or critical
thinking, while drawing
logical conclusions,
which are not
obvious. Student
provides wellsupported ideas and
reflection with a
variety of current
and/or world views in
assignment. Student
presents a genuine
presented provide an
adequate presentation
of student’s current
level of subject matter
between facts and
statements. Student
generally explains
concepts, but only meets
the minimum
requirements in this area.
55 to 52 points*
51 to 1 points*
Student exhibits a good
command of critical
thinking skills in the
presentation of material
and supporting
statements. Assignment
demonstrates the
student’s above average
use of relating concepts
by using a variety of
factors. Overall, student
provides adequate
conclusions, with 2 or
fewer errors.
Student takes a common,
conventional approach in
guiding the reader
through various linkages
and connections
presented in
assignment. However,
student presents a
limited perspective on
key concepts throughout
assignment. Student
appears to have problems
applying information in a
problem-solving manner.
0 points
development of ideas
Structure 30%
Organization of
Ideas Format
20 to 19 points*
18 to 17 points*
Student explains the
Student thoroughly
majority of points and
understands and excels concepts in the
in explaining all major assignment. Learner
points. An original,
demonstrates a good
unique, and/or
skill level in formatting
imaginative approach
and organizing material
to overall ideas,
in assignment. Student
concepts, and findings presents an above
is presented. Overall
average level of
format of assignment
preparedness, with few
includes an
formatting errors.
introduction (or
abstract), welldeveloped paragraphs,
conclusion. Finished
demonstrates student’s
ability to plan and
organize research in a
logical sequence.
16 to 1 points*
Learner applies some
points and concepts
incorrectly. Student uses
a variety of formatting
styles, with some
throughout the
paper. Assignment does
not have a continuous
pattern of logical
Not present
0 points
Writing skill
20 to 19 points*
18 to 17 points*
16 to 1 points*
Student demonstrates
an excellent command
of grammar, as well as
presents research in a
clear and concise
writing style. Presents
a thorough, extensive
understanding of word
usage. Student excels
in the selection and
development of a wellplanned research
assignment. Assignme
nt is error-free and
reflects student’s
ability to prepare
graduate-level writing
for possible publication
in a peer-reviewed
(refereed) journal.
20 to 19 points*
Student provides an
effective display of good
writing and
grammar. Assignment
reflects student’s ability
to select appropriate
word usage and
presents an aboveaverage presentation of
a given topic or
issue. Assignment
appears to be well
written with no more
than 3 errors. Student
provides a good final
product that covers the
Assignment reflects basic
writing and grammar, but
with more than 6
errors. Key terms and
concepts are somewhat
vague and not completely
explained by student.
Student uses a basic
vocabulary in
assignment. Student’s
writing ability is average,
but demonstrates a basic
understanding of the
subject matter.
18 to 17 points*
16 to 1 points*
Student provides
sophisticated synthesis
of complex body of
information in the
preparation of
assignment. Research
provided by student
Student achieves an
above average synthesis
of research, but
interpretation is narrow
in scope and description
assignment. Assignmen
t contains less than 12
Assignment provides a
basic, but borderline
perspective of student’s
research abilities. Student
has incorporated less
than 9 sources, which
does not attempt to cover
Research Skill
0 points
0 points
0 points
significantly to the
resources, and presents
development of the
an average overview of
overall thesis. Student key concepts.
incorporates at least of
12 quality references in
assignment. Student
incorporates a variety
of research resources
and methodology in the
preparation of
60 to 56 points
Student provides a 3–5
page section on the
integration of faith and
learning with a strong
emphasis on the
Genesis model.
Instructor Comments
Raw Score 400 points
key elements of
55 to 52 points
Student provides a 3-5
section on faith and
learning, but the focus
on the Genesis model
may be underdeveloped.
51 to 1 points
Student provides less
than 3 pages on faith and
learning. This section is
missing or does not meet
the specifications for the

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