5th IEOM Global Business Management Education
The Fifth IEOM Global Business Management Education addresses the readiness of business management graduates from various parts of the world. One of the main themes is how to reduce the readiness gap of business management graduates around the world. The special focus is given to operations management, management science, supply chain management, business analytics, and logistics management. Are the graduates ready to take on the challenges of the current global economy? IEOM Sydney Conference will have a dedicated session for the Global Business Management Education where distinguished speakers will discuss the readiness of business management graduates for workforce around the world. Featured speakers will be from various part of the world to address business management education challenges and opportunities.
Global Business Management Education Topics can be related on:
- operations management
- supply chain management
- logistics management
- project management
- business intelligence and analytics
- risk management
- quality management
- inventory management
- lean management
- management science
- productivity management
Each speaker needs to submit a title of the talk, photo and a short bio. All will be included in the IEOM 2022 Sydney Conference proceedings. If you are interested to be distinguished feature speaker, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Speaker Registration: https://www.xcdsystem.com/IEOM/attendee/index.cfm?ID=E2r62FZ
Global Business Management I
8:00 – 9:45 am, December 20, 2022 – Room 2 (Onsite)
Session Chair: Dr. Matthew Pepper, School of Business, Faculty of Business and Law, University of Wollongong NSW, Australia
8:00 – 8:20 am, Tuesday, December 20, 2022
Dr. Ir. Meilita Tryana Sembiring, ST.MT. IPM
Secretary of Magister Management Program
Universitas Sumatera Utara
Dr. Ir. Meilita Tryana Sembiring, ST, MT is an Associate Professor and Secretary of Magister Management Program, Universitas Sumatera Utara, Medan, Indonesia. Also, she is a Lecturer in Industrial Engineering Department at Universitas Sumatera Utara, Medan, Indonesia. Dr. Meilita received her Doctoral from Institut Pertanian Bogor (IPB) in 2015 and her Master’s Degree from Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) in 2004. She received her bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering and is currently an active lecturer since 1997 at the Department of Industrial Engineering, Engineering Faculty, Universitas Sumatra Utara. She is the Chairman of the Industrial Engineering Cooperation Agency (BKSTI) for North Sumatra – Aceh Region and is a member of the ISLI (Indonesian Supply Chain Association). She is an expert team of Higher Education Service Institutions in Region I. She was appointed Chair of the Industrial Engineering Department for five years, from 2017 to 2022 and has successfully obtained coaching certification in 2020. She has participated in the counterpart training of the Higher Education Development Support (HEDS) Project in Indonesia at Toyohashi University of Technology, Nagoya, Japan. Several Ph.D. graduates and a few Masters or other postgraduates are presently working under her watch. As a Principal Researcher at USU, she has received several million grants from internal and government subsidies for participating in community service activities. Dr. Meilita has written dozens of Scopus-indexed research articles on processing in the palm oil sector and other fields. Also, Her main research interest is in Supply Chain Management (SCM), especially regarding Palm Oil and coffee. One of her studies was about Palm Oil Based Biodiesel Supply Chain Model and her research on Palm Oil Supply Chain. She has authored and co-authored several papers on these subjects. She has published more than 51 papers in journals and international conferences. She has completed the supervision of 51 Master’s Students since 2006, over 80 Undergraduate Students since 2008 and working on the supervision of 5 Doctoral Students.
8:20 – 8:40 am, Tuesday, December 20, 2022
Dr. Matthew Pepper
Director, Centre for Supply Chain Research
School of Business, Faculty of Business and Law, University of Wollongong NSW 2522 Australia
Matthew’s research centred on the design and application of continuous improvement frameworks in process industry supply chains. Recent research and consultancy activities focus on lean thinking, six sigma based process improvement and supply chain design and optimisation. Matthew has undertaken research and consultancy across a range of industry sectors, including the manufacturing and process industries as well as local government. Most recently his work has focused on the implementation of continuous improvement in service environments.
Matthew is a member of the Editorial Advisory Boards for the Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management, the International Journal of Lean Six Sigma, International Journal of Information and Operations Management Education and an Associate Editor for the IIMK Society and Management Review Journal.
8:40 – 9:00 am, Tuesday, December 20, 2022
Dr. Russell Toth
Senior Lecturer of Development Economist
University of Sydney
Sydney, NSW, Australia
Russell Toth is a Senior Lecturer (aka. Assistant Professor) in the School of Economics at the University of Sydney, Australia. He originally hails from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (honours, summa cum laude, Humanities), from Roberts Wesleyan College, a Master of Science (Mathematical Economics) from Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, and a Master of Arts (Economics) and Ph.D. (Economics) from Cornell University.
Russell is a development economist, with primary research interests in the economics of entrepreneurship in developing and emerging market countries. He has been involved in economics research in Myanmar since 2013. He has recently published research on competition amongst microenterprises, the economics of poverty traps, and the role of cash transfers and mentorship to support microenterprises owned by ultra-poor women in Kenya. He has presented research at international universities including Harvard, Melbourne, MIT, Oxford, and Yale, and given invited lectures in Indonesia, Kenya, Myanmar, and the Philippines.
At the University of Sydney his teaching is primarily focused in development economics, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. He has also developed an innovative course on Communication in Economics for post-graduate students. He has worked as a consultant on behalf of parties including the Government of Indonesia and the Asian Development Bank. He is a member of the Economic and Social Development area at the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre, an academic staff affiliate of the Department of Indonesian Studies at the University of Sydney, and an affiliate of the Small and Medium Enterprise Initiative at Innovations for Poverty Action.