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July 23 - 28, 2017
Stanford Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
You’ll learn directly from business school faculty at CUES’ Strategic Innovation Institute. This is what makes our institutes truly unique in the industry, and extremely valuable.
Hau L. Lee, Thoma Professor of Operations, Information, and Technology; Director, Strategies and Leadership in Supply Chains; Co-Director, Value Chain Innovation Initiative, Stanford University
Lee’s areas of specialization include global value chain innovations, supply chain management, global logistics, inventory modeling, and environmental and social responsibility.
He has been published widely in journals , and sits on the editorial boards of many international journals. From 1997-2003, he was the editor-in-chief of Management Science.
Lee was elected to the National Academy of Engineering in 2010. He received the Harold Lardner Prize for International Distinction in Operations Research, Canadian Operations Research Society, 2003.
Lee’s article, The Triple-A Supply Chain, was the second place winner of the McKinsey Award for the Best Paper in 2004 in the Harvard Business Review.
Lee has consulted extensively in the public and private sectors. He is a co-founder of DemandTec, which went public in 2007. He is on the board and advisory board of several logistics services and supply chain software companies. He has also given executive training workshops on supply chain management and global logistics in Asia, Europe, and America.
Hayagreeva Rao, Atholl McBean professor of organizational behavior and human resources, director of the managing talent for Strategic Advantage Executive Program; co-director of the Customer-Focused Innovation Executive Program
Rao’s teaching specialties include leading organizational change, building customer focused cultures, and organization design; he teaches courses on these topics to MBA and executive audiences.
His most recent book, co-authored with Bob Sutton of the School of Engineering at Stanford, is Scaling Up Excellence. The book is a Wall Street Journal best seller, and was included in the best business books to read in 2014 by Financial Times, Inc. Magazine, Amazon, Forbes, Washington Post and the Library Journal.
Among the awards he has received are the Sidney Levy Teaching Award from the Kellogg School of Management, and the W. Richard Scott Distinguished Award for Scholarship from the American Sociological Association.
Stefanos Zenios, Charles A. Holloway professor of operations, information and technology at the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
An innovative teacher and researcher, Zenios is the main architect of Startup Garage, a popular GSB course that each year helps hundreds of Stanford GSB students and executives learn and apply the innovation processes that are at the center of the Silicon Valley ecosystem.
He also oversees the Stanford GSB Venture Studio: a vibrant learning facility for Stanford graduate students across all disciplines who want to learn about designing and creating sustainable, high-impact ventures by testing what they are learning in the classroom. He previously designed and co-taught Biodesign Innovation, a project-based course on designing and launching new medical devices, and is one of the senior authors of a textbook with the same name.
Faculty subject to change.
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