Learn from industry experts and research-active faculty at Ohio State's Fisher College of Business, a global leader in supply chain and logistics education.
Faculty at the Max M. Fisher College of Business have served as a strong foundation for business education at The Ohio State University for generations. These thought leaders are dedicated to creating ideas, encouraging scholars and developing leaders who positively impact their communities and the world. Fisher faculty blend theory with practice to give new meaning to textbooks and bring coursework to life. Simply put, our faculty shape students into leaders and leaders into visionaries. They are inspirations in the classroom, researchers in their fields and servants to their communities.
Faculty teaching the MSCM curriculum are no exception. Their expertise combines knowledge from two of Fisher's renowned academic departments, Operations and Business Analytics and Marketing and Logistics. Meet the more than 150 faculty members at Fisher whose experience and research has positioned Fisher at the forefront of business insights and education.
Keely L. Croxton is a professor of logistics in the Department of Marketing and Logistics at The Ohio State University. Her research interests are in supply chain management. She has developed expertise in supply chain resilience, focused on helping companies balance their inherent vulnerabilities with their management capabilities in order to effectively respond to disruptions in the supply chain.
John Gray is a professor of operations and business analytics. His research interests include examining risks and challenges in global sourcing decisions, and developing processes to improve decision making. One risk he has extensively studied is quality risk in drug manufacturing. Prior to pursuing his PhD, he worked for eight years in operations management at Procter & Gamble.
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