A researcher in the Indiana University Kelley School of Business at IUPUI is part of a multidisciplinary, multi-institution team that was recognized by President Joe Biden and the White House Administration during an address at the Cybersecurity Summit.
Operations and Supply Chain
Without widespread adoption of advanced technologies, study authors say, Indiana risks falling behind increasingly tougher global competition.
The IU Kelley School Center for Excellence in Manufacturing hosted the first annual Gregg M. Sherrill Case Competition on Saturday, April 6 at IUPUI.
Megan Bishop, BS’11, MBA’19, is a logistics expert. As the director of operations at supply chain consulting firm enVista, timely execution and problem solving are at the core of what she does.
As Indiana’s largest industry sector enjoys continued growth in revenues and profits, its employers are investing heavily in automation and manufacturing efficiency, welcoming an industry movement that, nationally, has been dubbed “Industry 4.0.”
With support from a three-year grant, Kelley School Assistant Professor of Operations Management Amrou Awaysheh is leveraging big data to help manufacturers across the globe save energy and money.
Congratulations to M. Kim Saxton and Peggy Daniels Lee on their promotions to clinical professor and clinical associate professor, respectively, in the Kelley School of Business on the IUPUI campus.
The Kelley School of Business is creating a new research center focusing on the changing landscape of manufacturing in central Indiana and across the nation, with support of a generous gift from alumnus Gregg Sherrill and his wife Sabine. The center will be housed at IUPUI.
Mike Hurley, BS’17, likely would have never found his job after graduation if it wasn’t for a case competition.