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OPM/IS 910 Prof. Dr. Christopher Tang – Distinguished Professor of UCLA, Edward Carter Chaired Professor in Business Administration – Managing Supply Chains in the ESG Era

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Prof. Dr. Christopher Tang

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im Rahmen des CDSB Research Seminars freuen wir uns, Herrn Prof. Dr. Christopher Tang von der UCLA Anderson School of Management USA bei uns begrüßen zu dürfen.

Am Freitag, den 09.06. hat Herr Prof. Dr. Moritz Fleischmann ihn eingeladen von 13:30 bis 14:30 Uhr einen Vortrag zum Thema „Managing Supply Chains in the ESG Era“ zu halten.

Abstract

In today’s economy, investors pay attention to ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) measures.  However, ESG measures can be distorted if they do not explicitly incorporate a firm’s operations throughout its entire supply chain. In this talk, I discuss the key drivers for ESG investing, as well as the importance and value of unifying ESG and supply chain thinking. Finally, I discuss a recent research project and present some key challenges and opportunities for practitioners and researchers in both ESG and supply chain management.

Speaker Bio

Christopher Tang is a University Distinguished Professor, the Edward W. Carter Chair in Business Administration, and the Senior Associate Dean of Global Initiatives at the UCLA Anderson School of Management.  He is also a lifetime fellow of all three major academic societies (INFORMS, MSOM, and POMS). Known as a thought leader in global supply chain management, Chris consulted with numerous global companies including Amgen, Amazon, HP, IBM, Nestlé (USA), etc.; taught at Stanford University, UC Berkeley, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, National University of Singapore (NUS), MIT (Zaragoza), and London Business School.  He is the former Dean of NUS Business School, and the former Senior Associate Dean of Academic Affairs at UCLA Anderson School.

Chris has published 7 books, 40 book chapters, and over 200 research articles in global supply chain management.  He has also published over 100 articles in the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Barron’s, Bloomberg Law, Fortune, Forbes, Los Angeles Times, etc.  He received his B.Sc. (First class honours in Mathematics) from King’s College, London; M.A (in Statistics), M.Phil. (in Administrative Science), and PhD (in Management Science) from Yale University.