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Systems Analytics Global Leaders' Seminars: Inaugural Seminar by Professor Christopher Tang

  • 1.  Systems Analytics Global Leaders' Seminars: Inaugural Seminar by Professor Christopher Tang

    Posted 10 days ago
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    Dear colleagues and friends,

    We are pleased to announce the launch of Systems Analytics Global Leaders' Seminars. It is our great honor to have Professor Christopher Tang to deliver the inaugural seminar. The details of the seminar follow this message and are presented on the attached poster.

    For more details about this seminar series, please visit its website: https://www.saleaders.hku.hk/. All are welcome to join us! For the news and announcements, you are welcome to subscribe to the seminar series through the web link.

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    Speaker:
    Professor Christopher Tang
    UCLA Distinguished Professor and Edward W. Carter Chair in Business Administration
    Editor-in-Chief, Manufacturing & Service Operations Management

    Date & Time:
    2
    2:00, Oct 7 (Wed), 2020, HKT (GMT+8)  [Local time]

    Title:
    Faster Deliveries and Smarter Order Assignments for an On-Demand Meal Delivery Platform

    Abstract:
    This paper investigates the impact of delivery performance on future customer orders for an on-demand meal delivery service platform. We also identify factors (e.g., delivery driver's local area knowledge and experience) that can affect delivery performance. Using our results, we illustrate how one can develop an order assignment policy that can help a platform to increase future customer orders.
    This is a joint work with  Wenzheng Mao, Liu Ming, Ying Rong and Huan Zheng.

    Short bio:
    Christopher Tang is a University Distinguished Professor and the holder of the Edward W. Carter Chair in Business Administration at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. Known as a world renowned thought leader in global supply chain management, Chris consulted with numerous global companies including Amazon, HP (California, Singapore, South Korea), IBM (New York, San Jose), Nestlé (USA), GKN (UK), Accenture, etc.; taught courses at Stanford University, UC Berkeley, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, National University of Singapore, MIT (Zaragoza), and London Business School.
    Chris has published 6 books, 30 book chapters, over 100 online blogs, and over 160 research articles in various leading academic journals, and written articles for Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Barron's, Fortune, Los Angeles Times, etc. He was elected as lifetime fellow by the Institute of Operations and Management Sciences (INFORMS), the Production and Operations Management Society (POMS), and the Manufacturing and Service Operations Management Society (MSOM).  He received his B.Sc. (First class honours in Mathematics) from King's College, London, M.A (in Statistics), M.Phil (in Administrative Science), and PhD (in Management Science) from Yale University.



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    Yours sincerely,
    Yong-Hong Kuo
    Assistant Professor
    The University of Hong Kong
    Pokfulam Road
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    SALeaders-ProfTang.pdf   259K 1 version


  • 2.  RE: Systems Analytics Global Leaders' Seminars: Inaugural Seminar by Professor Christopher Tang

    Posted 9 days ago
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    Dear colleagues and friends,

    This is an online seminar series. The zoom link has been added back.

    The inaugural seminar will be delivered by Professor Christopher Tang. For more details about this seminar series, please visit its website: https://www.saleaders.hku.hk/. All are welcome to join us!

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    Speaker:
    Professor Christopher Tang
    UCLA Distinguished Professor and Edward W. Carter Chair in Business Administration
    Editor-in-Chief, Manufacturing & Service Operations Management

    Date & Time:
    Oct 7 (Wed), 2020, 22:00 HKT (GMT+8)  [Local time]

    Zoom link: https://hku.zoom.us/j/93965533071       Zoom meeting ID: 939 6553 3071

    Title:
    Faster Deliveries and Smarter Order Assignments for an On-Demand Meal Delivery Platform

    Abstract:
    This paper investigates the impact of delivery performance on future customer orders for an on-demand meal delivery service platform. We also identify factors (e.g., delivery driver's local area knowledge and experience) that can affect delivery performance. Using our results, we illustrate how one can develop an order assignment policy that can help a platform to increase future customer orders.
    This is a joint work with  Wenzheng Mao, Liu Ming, Ying Rong and Huan Zheng.

    Short bio:
    Christopher Tang is a University Distinguished Professor and the holder of the Edward W. Carter Chair in Business Administration at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. Known as a world renowned thought leader in global supply chain management, Chris consulted with numerous global companies including Amazon, HP (California, Singapore, South Korea), IBM (New York, San Jose), Nestlé (USA), GKN (UK), Accenture, etc.; taught courses at Stanford University, UC Berkeley, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, National University of Singapore, MIT (Zaragoza), and London Business School.
    Chris has published 6 books, 30 book chapters, over 100 online blogs, and over 160 research articles in various leading academic journals, and written articles for Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Barron's, Fortune, Los Angeles Times, etc. He was elected as lifetime fellow by the Institute of Operations and Management Sciences (INFORMS), the Production and Operations Management Society (POMS), and the Manufacturing and Service Operations Management Society (MSOM).  He received his B.Sc. (First class honours in Mathematics) from King's College, London, M.A (in Statistics), M.Phil (in Administrative Science), and PhD (in Management Science) from Yale University.



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    Yong-Hong Kuo
    Assistant Professor
    The University of Hong Kong
    Pokfulam Road
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    SALeaders-ProfTang.pdf   259K 1 version