Big Data

“Big data” has become ubiquitous. Big data in its most generic form refers to data that is large (“volume”), is collected in near real-time (high “velocity”), present in myriad forms (“variety”), and at various levels of trust (“veracity”).

Managing Supply Chains in a Digital Networked Economy

A supply chain is a network of firms, activities, organizations, and technologies that performs the functions of procurement of material from vendor firms, transformation of this material into intermediate and finished products, and the distribution of these finished products to customers.

Sustainable Supply Chains

Since the 1750s, atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide have risen from about 280 to over 400 parts per million (ppm). This increase in Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions is in part a product of large-scale supply chains to sustain modern economies and lifestyles.

Understanding the Dynamics of Managing Knowledge and Human Capital in Professional Services

Organizational knowledge management has become a critical competitive capability for many companies, and recent research has confirmed that organizational knowledge can provide an inimitable competitive advantage.

Quantitative Advances

To support my other research programs, I have had to overcome several methodological challenges and these have become an important research program in itself.