Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management
Suresh Muthulingam received his PhD from the UCLA’s Anderson School of Management, in 2009, his MBA from the Indian Institute of Management - Ahmedabad, in 1993, and his B. Tech from the Indian Institute of Technology - Madras, in 1991. From 2009 to 2014, he was an assistant professor at the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. Before coming to academia, Suresh worked in the industry for 12 years, in various leadership positions at IBM, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Coopers & Lybrand.
Environmental Issues in Operations Management;
Supply Chain Management;
Learning and Forgetting.
Ph D, Business (Operations Management), University of California, Los Angeles, 2009
MBA, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, India, 1993
Batchelor of Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India, 1991
SCM 450 – Design and Mgt Sc (3)
Strategic design and management of supply chains. SCM 450W Strategic Design and Management of Supply Chains (3) This course is about the strategic design and effective operation of supply chains. It will help prepare you for supply chain management positions in manufacturing, distributing, and other service firms including providers of logistics services. The course focuses on the definition, as well as the application, of a single logic that guides the management of all the supply chain activities. Information decision support systems, primarily computer-based, provide the foundation for this logic. Because the determination of inventory locations and the control of inventory levels play a key role in this logic, we spend considerable time on these subjects. The last section of the course covers ways to lead and organize people to manage cross-firm and cross-functional relationships effectively. After completing this course, students should have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to: -Articulate the process perspective and the total systems view of supply chain management, the impact of systems thinking on firm performance, and the nature of relationships supply chain networks. -Quantify the effect of strategic initiatives such as postponement and risk pooling on the financial performance of the firm, as well as on supply chain performance. -Use and apply selected quantitative tools useful in implementing supply chain strategies. -Explain the complex nature of human interaction needed to successfully introduce supply chain concepts in the firm.This is the prescribed capstone course for the Supply Chain and Information Systems major. It builds upon the fundamental supply chain knowledge, skills, and abilities developed in foundation and intermediate courses. Students must complete SCM 421 before taking this course. SCM 450W is a writing-intensive course. In addition to written assignments encompassing case studies, hands-on exercises, and examinations, student evaluations include oral presentations and class participation.
SCM 450W – Strategic Design and Management of Supply Chains (3)
Strategic design and management of supply chains.