Distinguished Lecture Series: Tobias Schoenherr

Professor Tobias Schoenherr delivered the CARISCA Distinguished Lecture in February 2022, Best Practices for Publishing: Lessons Learned and the International Journal of Operations & Production Management (IJOPM) Perspective. Schoenherr is the Hoagland-Metzler Endowed Professor in Purchasing and Supply Management at the Broad College of Business, Michigan State University. He’s also the editor of the  International Journal of Operations & Production Management.

CARISCA’s Annual Supply Chain Research Summit: June 28-30, 2022

How Africa Matters to the Global Supply Chain This three-day supply chain research conference will feature keynotes, invited sessions, panel discussions and a dissertation competition. The summit will be a hybrid event featuring in-person and virtual presentations. In-person sessions will be held in Ghana at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi; virtual …

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CARISCA: Meeting the needs of supply chain professionals

CARISCA is creating professional development programs in supply chain management as part of its education and training portfolio.  In September-October 2021, CARISCA is hosting the workshop “Managing Supply Chain Risk and Resilience in a Developing Economy” in Kumasi and Takoradi, Ghana. Participants can upgrade their professional skills in risk management and expand their expertise in …

Some of the CARISCA team members, summit panelists and session hosts assemble outside the IDL Conference Center at KNUST. (Photo by Emmanuel Offei/KNUST)

Reaching a global audience, CARISCA hosts first Supply Chain Research Summit

The Center for Applied Research and Innovation in Supply Chain–Africa hosted its first Supply Chain Research Summit July 21-22, 2021. The two-day event featured four keynote presentations, six sessions, two panel discussions, and a PhD dissertation proposal award session. Envisioned as an annual event, the Supply Chain Research Summit attracted 300 supply chain researchers, practitioners …