Action Learning Projects in Operations, Procurement, and Supply Chain Management

Course Code
TO 582
Hours
7.5 hours
Type
Elective
Offered
  • Fall 18
  • Fall 19
Prerequisites
[Prerequisite: TO 551 or 552 or 593] or [Co-requisite: TO 605]

Action Learning Projects in Operations, Procurement, and Supply Chain Management --- This course provides an opportunity for students to deepen their knowledge in operations, procurement and supply chain management through action learning projects. Students will address a major operations or supply chain problem in a company through a 14-week action learning project. The course is taught in cooperation with AT Kearney, and students will also be provided guest lectures (by AT Kearney and Fortune 500 company executives) on how to approach consulting in operations and supply chain and on recent developments in these areas from different industries.

Taught By
Roman Kapuscinski
  • John Psarouthakis Research Professor of Manufacturing Management
  • Professor of Technology and Operations
  • Chair of Technology and Operations
Roman's research focuses on supply chain management and intersection of operational aspects with marketing and finance. This includes topics such as...
Izak Duenyas
  • Herrick Professor of Business
  • Professor of Technology and Operations
  • Professor of Industrial and Operations Engineering
  • Faculty Director, Executive MBA Program
Izak Duenyas is interested in supply chain management and coordination, revenue management in a variety of industries, evaluation of investment...