GSCM 206 Darden Global Supply Chains

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GSCM 206 Darden Global Supply Chains
How do Darden’s four supply chains compare to those of other firms, such as Dell…

 

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GSCM 206 Darden Global Supply Chains

GSCM 206 Darden Global Supply Chains

A+ Case Study 

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What are the advantages of each of Darden’s four supply chains?

What are the complications of having four supply chains?

How do Darden’s four supply chains compare to those of other firms, such as Dell or an automobile manufacturer? Why do the differences exist, and how are they addressed?

Title page and two written pages with no more than 500 words.

Answers to individual questions (as assigned) Each assignment will have specific questions you need to address. You should create a sub-headed section for each one.

References/Appendix (if required) These are not research papers per se, so you may not have the need to cite outside sources. If you do, however, they should be identified on a proper reference page. Similarly, if you are required to do calculations and choose to perform them on a separate page, you should include them in an appendix.

Darden Restaurants (subject of the Global Company Profile at the beginning of this chapter), owner of popular brands such as Olive Garden and Red Lobster, requires unique supply chains to serve more than 300 million meals annually. Darden’s strategy is operations excellence, and Senior VP Jim Lawrence’s task is to ensure competitive advantage via Darden’s supply chains….

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Based in Orlando, Florida, Darden Restaurants, Inc. owns and operates well-known brands of full-service dining restaurants, namely: Olive Garden®, LongHorn Steakhouse®, Bahama Breeze®, Seasons 52®, The Capital Grille®, Eddie V’s®  and Yard House®. As of 2015, Darden…