Prof. George A. Zsidisin Bowling Green State University, USA2 Talks
George A. Zsidisin, Ph.D. (Arizona State University), C.P.M., is an Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management at Bowling Green State University, Ohio. Dr. Zsidisin has conducted extensive research on how firms perceive, assess, and manage risk in their supply chains. He has published over 50 research and practitioner articles that... read morehave been extensively cited, many of which focus on the topic of supply chain risk and continuity management. His research on supply chain risk has been funded by the AT& T Foundation and IBM, and has received numerous awards, such as from the Institute for Supply Management, Deutsche Post, Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, and the Decision Sciences Institute. Further, he has edited two books: Supply Chain Risk: A Handbook of Assessment, Management, & Performance (with Bob Ritchie, 2010), Springer International Publishing; and Handbook for Supply Chain Risk Management: Case Studies, Effective Practices and Emerging Trends (with Omera Khan, 2011), J. Ross Publishing; and recently published his third book, Managing Commodity Price Volatility: a Supply Chain Perspective (with Janet Hartley, 2012), Business Expert Press Publishing. He has served as co-Director for the Supply Chain Leadership Program for the Purchasing Management Association of Canada, is one of the initial founding members of the International Supply Chain Risk Management (ISCRiM ) network, and has taught and led discussions on supply chain risk in various Executive Education Programs and numerous companies in the U.S. and Europe. Professor Zsidisin currently serves as the co-Editor of the Journal of Purchasing & Supply Management and sits on the Editorial Review Board for several academic supply chain journals.