Title: Supply Chain Management: A Global Perspective ISBN: 978-1-119-39232-3 Authors: Nada Sanders Edition: 2nd The topic for your paper can be any topic covered in the textbook. If it is in a chapter title or subheading it is fine. It may also be something in one of the definitions in some cases. The point is that it has to be related to supply chain management. In the Paper or Project assignment Rubric, 80 points are awarded based on the appropriateness of the site/topic to the course and quality of sources and quality of the content. There will be a major point deduction for excessive use of quotations to fill the paper by copy/paste/cite to create a paper, no more than 20% should be direct quotes. Ten points are awarded based on grammar and writing style and 10 points are awarded based on APA Style formatting. You may not recycle a paper submitted from a previous course, some refer to this as self-plagiarism. If the class has and individual paper, as opposed to a project submission, it should be 2,000 to 3,000 words (about 6 to 8 double spaced pages with 1 inch margins and 12 point font not including cover pages, reference pages, bullet points, charts, graphs, or images). Follow the American Psychological Association (APA) style and be sure to use headings and subheadings. There are plenty of online tutorials for APA style. There should be a minimum of 4 references, preferably from peer-reviewed academic journals, which you can access through online library databases, EBSCO, Business Source Complete, or reputable news sources or company websites.