Arash Azadegan

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Associate Professor
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WP 991
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Academic Info

Ph.D., Arizona State University, Supply Chain Management
M.B.A.,  Seattle University, Operations Management
B.S., Oregon State University, Mechanical Engineering


Implicit and Expressed Effects of (a) Uncertainty and (b) Innovation on the Supply Chain. Research topics: Supply Chain Disruptions, Disruption Response and Recovery, Supply Chain Innovation, Environmental Uncertainty


Global Procurement and Sourcing Strategies (Graduate, Undergraduate and Executive MBA)
Supply Chain Risk and Disruption Management (Graduate; MBA and Online MS in Supply Chain)

Dr. Azadegan focuses on research related to supply chain disruptions, response and recovery from disruptions and inter-organizational creativity and innovation. Dr. Azadegan manages the Supply Chain Disruption Research Laboratory (SCDrl) at the Center for Supply Chain Management. 

Dr. Azadegan's work is published in the Journal of Operations Management, Production and Operations Management Journal, Journal of Supply Chain Management, R&D Management Journal, Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management and International Journal of Operations and Production Management. He is currently working on several projects related to disruption recovery and response management practices of supply chains.

Dr. Azadegan has over ten years of industry experience with Fortune 500 companies, including Ford Motor Company, Quaker Oats, Ralston Purina and Fortune Brands (makers of Masterlock) as a means for grounding his research into what is useful for practitioners. He is an active member of the Decision Sciences Institute, and an officer (treasurer) with the Academy of Management - Operations Management Division.



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Breakthrough Business Thinking: How can we develop resilient Supply Chain leaders?

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

In this brief interview we discuss why developing leadership skills and competencies to handle a wide range of supply chain disruptions is a critical component in our executive education programs. More ›

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