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Development of the Logistic Back end to compete in e-commerce, by Carles Roig


The ESADE Alumni Brazil Chapter is pleased to invite you to this conference entitled “Development of the logistic back end to compete in e-commerce”, by Carles Roig, professor of the Department of Operations Management, Innovation and Data Sciences at ESADE.

During the talk he will cover 3 main topics:
1) Logistics model
2) Management skills/competencies for e-commerce
3) Digital business


Carles Roig

Senior lecturer in the Department of Operations Management, Innovation and Data Sciences at ESADE Business School. Director of the Executive Master of Operations and Innovation.
Professor Roig holds an MBA from ESADE and a joint major degree in Economics and Business Administration from UAB. He has attended a large number of courses, seminars and conferences in the USA, UK and France.
Since 1999, he has been working at ESADE where he teaches Supply Chain and Logistics Management, Operations Strategy and Operations Management on Executive Education programmes and MBAs. He has also been a visiting professor at HEC Paris and Universidade Catolica Portugesa Porto, and has taught both custom and open Executive Education programmes in Singapore, Portugal, USA, France, Brazil, Mexico, Holland and Denmark. Prof. Roig has been the director of the ESADE PT MBA and the International PMD and other custom programmes.
As a partner of a consultancy firm, he has developed more than 55 consulting projects in a wide range of industries including automobile (VW, Seat, Nissan, NSK), computing (Hewlett Packard, IBM), consumer electronics (Sanyo), FMCG (United Brands, Nestlé; Ralstom Purina), cosmetics (Oral B, Revlon), household appliances (Electrolux, Bosch, Siemens, Candy) and pharmaceuticals.
Prof. Roig’s main areas of interest and research are: e-commerce and digital industries, including Industry 4.0; operations and supply chain strategy; design and development of global supply chain management programmes; logistics and distribution network design; outsource /offshore, insource/backshore strategies. Recent publications include: “Industry 4.0: the 4th Industrial (Re) evolution”, Harvard Deusto Business Review, April 2017; “Matching supply and demand in turbulent environments. Should we forecast or manage demand?”, Harvard Deusto BR, September 2016; and “Should we opt for reindustrialisation? Key issues and proposals.” HDBR, April 2015. Since 2002 he has spoken at more than 45 symposiums, workshops and congresses.


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