ASCOM Fellow | Prof. Hau Lee - Can there be an Antiviral Vaccine for Supply Chains?


Professor Hau L. Lee
Honorary President of ASCOM,Member of International Advisory Committee
US National Academy of Engineering and Tenure Professor at Stanford Graduate School of Business

 

Professor Lee’s areas of specialization include global value chain innovations, supply chain management, global logistics, inventory modeling, and environmental and social responsibility. He is also the faculty advisor for the Stanford Institute for Innovations in Developing Economies, and is a co-director of the Stanford Value Chain Innovation Initiative.
 
Professor Lee has published widely in top-tier journals, and has served on the editorial boards of many international journals. He was elected to the National Academy of Engineering in 2010. He received the Harold Lardner Prize for International Distinction in Operations Research, Canadian Operations Research Society, 2003. He was elected a Fellow of Manufacturing and Service Operations Management, INFORMS, 2001; Production and Operations Management Society, 2005; and INFORMS, 2005. In 2006, he was President of the Production and Operations Management Society. His article, “The Triple-A Supply Chain,” was the Second Place Winner of the McKinsey Award for the Best Paper in 2004 in the Harvard Business Review. In 2004, his co-authored paper in 1997, “Information Distortion in a Supply Chain: The Bullwhip Effect,” was voted as one of the 10 most influential papers in the history of Management Science. In 2014, his co-authored paper in 2013, “The Impact of Logistics Performance on Trade,” received the Wickham Skinner Best Paper Award from the Production and Operations Management Society.
 
Professor Lee has consulted extensively in the public and private sectors. He is a co-founder of DemandTec, which went public in 2007. He is on the board and advisory board of several logistics services and supply chain software companies. He has also given executive training workshops on supply chain management and global logistics in Asia, Europe, and America.


 We also have this opportunity to join the Sessions with him below:
 
(1)
Special Invited Panel Discussion Session for
The 1st International Supply Chain Finance Innovation Forum

 “The Effects of COVID19 on Global Supply Chains and the value of Supply Chain Finance”

Time: 
23:00-24:00, June 13 Beijing time (8:00-9:00 AM US Western time)
Moderato Panelist
Prof. Yinan Qi
University of International Business and Economics, President of ASCOM

 
Prof. Hau Lee
Stanford Graduate School of Business, Stanford University

 
Prof. Chris Voss
Warwick Business School, The University of Warwick, and Emeritus Professor, London Business School
Prof. Xiande Zhao
China Europe International Business School, China
Founder & Permanent Honorary President of ASCOM
Prof. Thomas Choi
Professor of Supply Chain Management; Co-Director, Complex Adaptive Supply Networks Research Accelerator (CASN-RA); Clarivate Analytics Highly Cited Researcher; W. P. Carey School of Business; Arizona State University
Suzanne de Treville
Swiss Finance Insitute Professor of Operations Management, Universty of Lausanne

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To know more about this session, please click here:
http://www.aoscom.org/About_ASCOM/News_on_ASCOM/2020-05-15/233.html 
 
To register and join this meeting, please visit:
http://www.aoscom.org/Meetings___Events/Upcoming_Conference/Registration/2020-05-09/224.html

 
(2)
Invited Keynote Speech for
The 14th International Conference of Operations and Supply Chain Management

“Can there be an Antiviral Vaccine for Supply Chains? ” 
Time: 14:00-14:30, July 20, Beijing time/23:00-23:30 Sanfrancisco time(19th)
 

 
(3)
Special Invited Panel Discussion Session for
14th International Conference of Operations and Supply Chain Management

Meeting with the Co-Guest Editors for the JOM special Issues on
“The Effects of COVID19 on Global Supply Chains: Responsiveness, Resilience and Res
toration”
 
Time: 23:00-24:00, July 18, Beijing time (8:00-9:00 AM US Western time)
Moderator Panelist
Prof. Xiande Zhao
China Europe International Business School, China
Founder & Permanent Honorary President of ASCOM
Prof. Hau Lee
Stanford Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
Prof. Chris Voss
Warwick Business School, The University of Warwick, and Emeritus Professor, London Business School
Tyson R. Browning
Professor of Operations Management at the Neeley School of Business, Texas Christian University

 
Suzanne de Treville
Swiss Finance Insitute Professor of Operations Management, Universty of Lausanne
Prof. Li Xiang
Beijing University of Chemical Technology

In this session, the special issue Co-Guest-EditorsProf. Hau Lee, Chris Voss Xiande ZhaoTyson R. BrowningSuzanne de Treville and Xiang Li will share their insights on the effects of COVID19 on global supply chains and identify research opportunities from the perspectives of North America, Europe and Asia. They will also discuss the objectives of the special issue and the characteristics of the ideal papers to be published in the special issue. They will also discuss the type of managerial problems, methodological approaches and theories etc that they are looking for. One of the Co-chief Editors of JOM will also join the panel to provide their guidance to the potential authors.
 
To know more about this session, please click here:
http://www.aoscom.org/About_ASCOM/News_on_ASCOM/2020-05-15/234.html
 
To register and join this meeting, please visit:
http://www.aoscom.org/Meetings___Events/Upcoming_Conference/Registration/2020-05-13/225.html


 

 
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