Elliot Rabinovich (Ph.D., University of Maryland 2001) is the John G. and Barbara A. Bebbling Professor of Business at the W. P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University and the Co-Director of the Internet-edge Supply Chain Management Lab. His research centers on the role of electronic commerce in the definition of strategies and performance in supply chain management and operations and on the implementation of decisions involving information systems and inventory management. As part of his research, he has worked with companies such as Baker and Taylor, Cartbound, Cooking.com, eBags.com, Intel, PetSmart, and Twitter.
His research has been recognized by the University of Maryland (his alma mater) with the Nash Outstanding Doctoral Alumni Award, with fellowships from the Institute of Supply Management, and with awards from the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals and from numerous academic conferences and journals. He has recently published a book with some of his research (Internet Retail Operations: Integrating Theory and Practice for Managers, Taylor & Francis). Moreover, his research has been published in over 30 articles in California Management Review, Decision Sciences, Journal of Business Logistics, Journal of Operations Management, MIT Sloan Management Review, Production and Operations Management, and others.
Dale Rogers is a Professor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management at Arizona State University. Dr. Rogers is the Leader in Supply Chain Finance, Sustainability, and Reverse Logistics Practices for ILOS – Instituto de Logística e Supply Chain in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He is the co-founder of the Internet Edge Supply Chain Lab at ASU and the Faculty Director for the ASU Network for Value Chain Excellence. He is a Senior Editor at Decision Science Journal and the Rutgers Business Review. Dr. Rogers is also an Associate Editor of the Journal of Business Logistics and the Journal of Supply Chain Management. He has been principal investigator on research grants from numerous organizations.
Dr. Rogers is a frequent speaker on topics such as: reverse logistics and the secondary market, supply chain finance, product lifecycle logistics, sustainable supply chain management, the perfect order, logistics and supply chain strategy, third party logistics and logistics management. He has made more than 300 presentations to professional organizations and has been a faculty member in numerous executive education programs at universities in the United States, India, China, Europe and South America as well as at major corporations and professional organizations.
Dr. Rogers has been a consultant to several companies. In 2012 he became the first academic to receive the International Warehouse and Logistics Association Distinguished Service Award in its 120-year history. He is a Board Advisor to FLEXE and also serves on the Board of the Reverse Logistics and Sustainability Council.