This presentation will provide an overview of supply chain risk and how best to manage it through specific collaboration techniques as a business strategy involving co-opetition that can be applied in any company going forward.
1) How has supply chain risk changed over the last 3 years?
2) What factors are critical for successful collaboration with your competitor?
3) How can companies cooperate & compete with each other at the same time to reduce risk & make a profit?
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Mar 13, 2024
12 PM - 1 PM ET
Dr. Zach G. Zacharia is the Department Chair in the Decision and Technology Analytics Department and Director of the Lehigh Center for Supply Chain Research at the College of Business at Lehigh University, where he teaches Graduate and Undergraduate courses in Supply Chain Operations Management and Logistics and Transportation. Dr. Zacharia has a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Calgary, an MBA from the University of Alberta and a PhD from the University of Tennessee. His research focuses on buyer-supplier relationships, collaboration, coopetition and psychological contracts. He has over 29 publications in several academic journals, including Journal of Operations Management, Journal of Business Logistics, Journal of Supply Chain Management, and International Journal of Logistics Management.
Among the awards that Dr. Zacharia has received is the DATA Department Service Award (2023), Staub Faculty Excellence Award (2013) for the College of Business, Lehigh University, Best Paper Finalist (2010) from the Journal of Operations Management, Best Paper Award (2007) from NARTS and Best Dissertation Proposal Award (2000) from University of Arkansas. As a member of a Supply Chain Research Group at the University of Tennessee, he coauthored a book titled Supply Chain Management (Sage Publications, December 2000).
Before joining Academia, Dr. Zacharia worked at the University of Tennessee, Center for Transportation Research for six years, eventually becoming an Associate Director and at the Department of Transportation in Alberta, Canada for ten years as an Equipment Engineer.