In Joon Noh
In Joon Noh is an Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management. In Joon earned his PhD from the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University. He holds a MS and BS in Industrial Engineering from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) and Hanyang University in South Korea, respectively. Prior to obtaining his PhD, In Joon worked at Samsung Electronics from 2010 to 2014 as a quality engineer.
Sustainable Operations: Social (pharmaceutical quality and shortage, workplace safety, and relevant compliance issues) and Environmental (product disposition, toxic releases, and relevant compliance issues)
Ph D, Operations Management, Ohio State University, 2020
MS, Industrial Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, 2010
BS, Industrial Engineering, Hanyang University, 2008
SCM 406 – Strat Proc (3)
Analysis of strategic procurement in the supply chain. SCM 406 Strategic Procurement (3) SCM 406 provides an in-depth analysis of the procurement process and supplier management, with strong emphasis placed on managing a supplier base for both products and services. Elements examined include the strategic role of procurement in supply chains, the identification and evaluation of requirements, the strategic make-versus-buy decision, how to identify, evaluate, and select potential suppliers and conduct a post-purchase evaluation; and the impact of information technology on strategic procurement. Both theoretical and quantitative perspectives will be offered. In addition, the topics will be addressed from strategic, financial, and global perspectives. In light of these perspectives, the course objectives are to develop a comprehensive understanding of: (1) the supplier selection and evaluation process (2) the relationship between product design and the supplier base (3) the types of relationships that exist between buyers and sellers (4) the impact of information technology on strategic purchasing and supply management. Students will also develop skills in using quantitative tools to select and evaluate suppliers. This is the third of three prescribed foundation courses in the Supply Chain and Information Systems major.