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February

MMTC Research Seminar

19 February

12:00 - 13:00

B6046, JIBS

<p>Research Seminar presented by Mohammad Eslami</p><p>Seminar Title:&nbsp;Customer Collboration&nbsp;</p>
19 February
12:00 - 13:00

Location

B6046, JIBS


Link

MMTC Research Seminar

Research Seminar presented by Mohammad Eslami

Seminar Title: Customer Collboration 


Organizer: Media, Management and Transformation Centre

CeFEO Research Seminar: Massimo Baù

24 February

12:00 - 13:00

B6046, JIBS

<p>Research Seminar Presented by Massimo Bau&nbsp;</p><p>Associate Professor in Business Administration &ndash; Co-Director Centre for Family Enterprise and Ownership</p>
24 February
12:00 - 13:00

Location

B6046, JIBS


Link

CeFEO Research Seminar: Massimo Baù

Research Seminar Presented by Massimo Bau 

Associate Professor in Business Administration – Co-Director Centre for Family Enterprise and Ownership


Organizer: Centre for Family Enterprise and Ownership

Trial lecture for appointment as associate professor - Leif-Magnus Jensen

25 February

13:00 - 14:00

E1405 (Gjuterisalen)

<p>Welcome to attend to Leif-Magnus Jensen&#39;s trial lecture for appointment as associate professor on February 25th, 1 pm - 2 pm in E1405, JTH!</p><p><strong>The lecture&#39;s title is:</strong>&nbsp;<em>Broadening distribution &ndash; new challenges and new research</em></p><p><strong>Abstract</strong></p><p>The new distribution reality challenges the received view of distribution as simply moving a finished product &ldquo;from factory to consumer.&rdquo;<br />In this lecture I present lessons from two quite dissimilar projects and relate them to challenges in supply chains and distribution in particular.&nbsp;</p><p>The first project deals with humanitarian logistics, the challenge of setting up supply chains to deal with small or large disasters.&nbsp; The combination of damage to infrastructure, short time-frames and sometimes hundreds of involved actors makes this a great challenge to logisticians.&nbsp;</p><p>Changing tack, I then shortly present results on a project extended service models in the heavy vehicle industry, where the focus is rather on what happens once a product is sold.&nbsp; How transporters use a heavy vehicle can be as important as how it is made in terms of both what the customer will pay for and sustainability impact.&nbsp; Finally, I return to implications for distribution research.</p>
25 February
13:00 - 14:00

Location

E1405 (Gjuterisalen)


Link

Trial lecture for appointment as associate professor - Leif-Magnus Jensen

Welcome to attend to Leif-Magnus Jensen's trial lecture for appointment as associate professor on February 25th, 1 pm - 2 pm in E1405, JTH!

The lecture's title is: Broadening distribution – new challenges and new research

Abstract

The new distribution reality challenges the received view of distribution as simply moving a finished product “from factory to consumer.”
In this lecture I present lessons from two quite dissimilar projects and relate them to challenges in supply chains and distribution in particular. 

The first project deals with humanitarian logistics, the challenge of setting up supply chains to deal with small or large disasters.  The combination of damage to infrastructure, short time-frames and sometimes hundreds of involved actors makes this a great challenge to logisticians. 

Changing tack, I then shortly present results on a project extended service models in the heavy vehicle industry, where the focus is rather on what happens once a product is sold.  How transporters use a heavy vehicle can be as important as how it is made in terms of both what the customer will pay for and sustainability impact.  Finally, I return to implications for distribution research.


Organizer: School of Engineering

Trial lecture for appointment as associate professor - Eva Johansson

25 February

14:00 - 15:00

E1405 (Gjuterisalen)

<p>Welcome to attend Eva Johansson&#39;s trial lecture for appointment as associate professor on February 25th, 2 pm - 3 pm in E1405 (Gjuterisalen), JTH!</p><p><strong>The lecture&#39;s titel is:</strong>&nbsp;<em>Supply chain design during new product development</em></p><p><strong>Abstract</strong></p><p>Supply chain design during new product development</p><p>In many industries, large structural changes affecting the supply chain have taken place over the last decades, for example a greater number of product variants, more customisation, modularisation and outsourcing trends, and global suppliers have become ever more involved in new product development. This has led to many different requirements on the supply chain and if these requirements are not dealt with in coordination with suppliers, industrial engineers and design engineers, there is a risk of sub optimisation. In addition, companies have much to gain from shortening the new product development time to reach the market early with new technology and products. The structural changes affecting the supply chain and the trend towards shorter new product development time have altered the conditions for supply chain design and underlined the importance of integrating supply chain design during new product development. The lecture will present examples of challenges related to supply chain design during new product development but also tools for dealing with these challenges.</p>
25 February
14:00 - 15:00

Location

E1405 (Gjuterisalen)


Link

Trial lecture for appointment as associate professor - Eva Johansson

Welcome to attend Eva Johansson's trial lecture for appointment as associate professor on February 25th, 2 pm - 3 pm in E1405 (Gjuterisalen), JTH!

The lecture's titel is: Supply chain design during new product development

Abstract

Supply chain design during new product development

In many industries, large structural changes affecting the supply chain have taken place over the last decades, for example a greater number of product variants, more customisation, modularisation and outsourcing trends, and global suppliers have become ever more involved in new product development. This has led to many different requirements on the supply chain and if these requirements are not dealt with in coordination with suppliers, industrial engineers and design engineers, there is a risk of sub optimisation. In addition, companies have much to gain from shortening the new product development time to reach the market early with new technology and products. The structural changes affecting the supply chain and the trend towards shorter new product development time have altered the conditions for supply chain design and underlined the importance of integrating supply chain design during new product development. The lecture will present examples of challenges related to supply chain design during new product development but also tools for dealing with these challenges.


Organizer: School of Engineering

Organizer

Career Center
Centre for Entrepreneurship and Spatial Economics
Centre for Family Enterprise and Ownership
External organiser
Jönköping International Business School
Jönköping University
Media, Management and Transformation Centre
School of Education and Communication
School of Engineering
School of Health and Welfare
Student Health Care
Student Union
Transform to AAA
University Library
University Services

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