Dr. Ata’s current research is based on food and agricultural supply chains with small farmers and SMEs as stakeholders.
Dr. Javad Feizabadi explores the supply chain and value chain design and capability-driven strategies in the current volatile business environment. His research examines dynamic capability development in value/supply chain and creating competitive advantage through value/supply chain design and management. In some of his recent research efforts, he looked into the impact of ASEAN Economic Community on value chain/supply chain design in automotive, electronics and steel industries. Adaptability and flexibility of value/supply chain facing with dynamics in various stages of value creation and demand fulfillment is the main focus of Dr. Feizabadi’s research. Other areas of his research are supply chain strategy and entrepreneurship in supply chain management.
During the period 2007-2008, he was involved in a study exploring the supply chain challenges in the European auto industry at IMD, Switzerland. His research has been published in several international conferences and academic journals.
He holds a PhD in Operations Management. He worked in automotive industry for 7 years and 2 years in management consulting. Dr. Feizabadi has been a visiting professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He is also a Research Affiliate with MIT.
Dr Ghosh is an Assistant Professor with the MIT Global SCALE Network center – the Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation. He has over 7 years of professional and academic experience. Prior to joining MISI, he was an Assistant Professor with the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta. His research interest is in the area of logistics, supply chain management, supply chain coordination, contract design and sustainable operations.
Dr. David Gonsalvez is the CEO & Rector at the MIT Global SCALE Network’s Malaysian Institute of Supply Chain Innovation. Prior to joining MIT SCALE, he was Director of Global Supply Chain Strategy for General Motors Corporation.
Dr. Shardul Phadnis is Associate Professor at MISI. His area of expertise includes scenario planning and supply chain strategy. He has worked in the manufacturing industry for seven years in Lean/Continuous Improvement functions.