Thursday, October 20, 2022
5-6:30 pm GMT / 10-11:30 am MST/AZ
Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management, Arizona State University
Environmental and social issues are at the forefront of many organizations’ strategic plans. Given the significant industry needs and the rapid pace of change, now is an excellent time for academic researchers to engage industrial partners in supply chain sustainability research.
This presentation will outline the topical research questions that define supply chain sustainability and its unique dimensions of industrial engagement. Using The Sustainability Consortium as an example, Dooley will demonstrate how universities are well positioned to drive pre-competitive collaboration and innovation.
Kevin J. Dooley is a Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management in the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. He has published more than 100 research articles and provided training or consultation for over 200 companies in the areas of sustainability, supply chain management, quality, and technology and innovation.
He also is chief scientist for The Sustainability Consortium, a global nonprofit organization transforming the consumer goods industry to deliver more sustainable consumer products. Dooley leads a research team that works with over 100 of the world’s largest retailers and manufacturers to develop tools that measure and track progress on critical product sustainability issues.
Among his many career honors are having a paper named to the “Research Implications Hall of Fame,” being identified as the 8th most “impactful” business faculty in the world, and managing a research project cited as one of the “Top Ten World Changing Ideas.”
Dooley holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in industrial engineering and a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from the University of Illinois.
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