College of Business at Amman Arab University's Grants its Students the Application of Academia with Industry
In order to enable the interactive relationship between the faculty member and students and the importance of creating a collective learning environment, and in order to develop the relationship between the University and economic institutions in the Kingdom, and as the student is the focus of the educational process at the university, College of Business at Amman Arab University seeks to move away from indoctrination in science to creativity in learning through sharing of knowledge with economic institutions.
To consolidate this concept, College of Business, through the Supply Chain Management course, visited Lafarge Concrete Company in order to link academic concepts on the ground to identify their strategies in supply chain management. In this regard, the course teacher Dr. Muti Al- -Shibli stressed that such scientific visits would consolidate the academic concept among students by living with practical application on Competitive to be an added value for business
It is noteworthy that the way companies use technologies in the field of supply chain in the Fourth Industrial Revolution is fundamentally different from the way they were used previously. For example, in the field of maintenance, companies usually wait for devices to malfunction until they repair them. At this time, smart technology has changed this approach.