The chaps from Cambridge caught up in Houston. Houston you’ve got a problem!
Site visit at Mondo Convenienza Head Office - 2nd largest furniture retailer in Italy
Supply network configuration demo to a team of senior management from Nestle
Thanks to the presenters and participants for making the workshop on omnichannel last-mile logistics a success: Five myths debunked. Apology for those not captured in the picture.
Looking forward to a series of mind-boggling presentations and debates this Friday (29th Sep, 2017). BTW, that's only part I of III...
Talk by Prof. Matthew Salganik from Princeton University: Beyond big data [Food for thought: are social scientists really that different from data scientists?]
Nice to see Wholefoods on Amazon's Prime Now platform: A merger of two best-in-breeds.
30 floors up, overlooking the city of Atlanta: Great catch up with colleagues from Cambridge University.
Had the privilege of being with these amazing guys (and a few more not in this picture) over the past year!
[delayed post] A visit to Haas School of Business: I've used Transaction Cost Economics Theory in my research and I'm awed by the presence of Prof. Oliver Wiliamson who won the Nobel prize in 2009 for his contributions in this area.
Had the privilege to attend the 2017 COER Symposium with a great line up of presentations hosted by Marshall Fisher & Ananth Raman.
Pleasant surprise to see our book up on display among other leading Operations Management scholars' at the POMS Conference!
Industry tour: Showrooms are gaining popularity among retailers
Kiva robots in action: A trip to Gap DC in Phoenix
Skip the line: Order online via in-store pad for rapid pick-up. Is this a panacea or disaster for flow management?
A presentation by Dr. Rosenzweig on Supply Chain Finance Adoption: Really a win-win-win situation?
Biennial CASN-RA Meeting (Mar 9-10): One of the most productive meetings I've had the privilege to attend.
Concluding a visit at the Department of Management Sciences, Fisher College of Business