17 February 2014

CEES Seminar by Professor Thomas Choi (Arizona State University)

A CEES Seminar by Professor Thomas Choi (WP Carey School of Business, Arizona State University) took place on Monday 17th February 2014 at 2:00pm in the Sheffield University Management School Meeting Rooms 1 & 2.

The Management School building from the front showing entrance

The one hour seminar focused on the current research which Professor Choi is undertaking as W P Carey Business School Chair and Director of the Centre for Supply Networks at Arizona State University.

This included supply networks as a complex adaptive system, social network analysis of supply networks, service outsourcing triads, non-linear buyer-supplier relationships, supply base management, supplier-supplier relationships, supply chain disintermediation, structural embeddedness in supply networks, multi-tier supply chain management.

Event flyer (PDF, 266KB)

Biography:

Thomas Y. Choi is a Professor of Supply Chain Management at Arizona State University. He serves as Director of the Centre for Supply Networks (CaSN) whose stated mission is to advance the science of supply chain management.

His articles have been published in the Academy of Management Executive, Business Horizons, Decision Sciences, Harvard Business Review, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Journal of Operations Management, Journal of Supply Chain Management, Production and Operations Management, and others.

He has received the Best Paper Award from the Journal of Operations Management. He also received other recognitions for his articles in Business Horizons, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, and the Journal of Operations Management.

Thomas is an Associate Editor for the Journal of Operations Management , Decision Sciences, Journal of Supply Chain Management and Journal of Operations and Management Research.

He is a member of the Editorial Board for the IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management and Production and Operations Management.

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