One of the great things about MBA classes in the knowledge that is already in each class. Each students bring a unique set of experiences and understanding. Often you can learn as much from each other as you can from the instructor. You can also talk about what does or does not work and bring up practical applications or adaptations of the things that we discuss in the course. This is somewhat more difficult in an online environment. In order try to replicate some of this discussion learning, we will be using discuss boards for the course. Each week I will post an assignment or prompt, and you are expected to ask a thoughtful question or post a thoughtful response each week. Then you need to respond to a few of your classmates posts, and also reply to any who respond to yours during the second half of the week. I believe that this is a where you can be really engaged in the course and learn from each other. LINK: https://www.forbes.com/sites/sap/2020/06/03/will-covid-19-change-global-supply-chains-forever/?sh=672e9b6678fb (Links to an external site.) Instructions - Provide your discussion comments related to the following, but you are not limited to these three, you can add your own commentary. Do you think these supply changes will become reality? Why or why not? If you think about the separate project work streams that could come of this, which ones would be "critical path" items that you would need to focus on? If you think about a project having a start and and ending, how would you define the "end" of this project? Will we know what the end maybe? Please post your initial response by 23:59 EST on Friday Aug 6, and comment on the posts of two classmates by 23:59 EST on Monday 8/9 EST. Grading: 10 points total, graded on the 4 criteria below. Submission Instructions: Please provide a though initial response and respond to at least 2 of the posts by other students. Grading will be per the Rubric below.