Nada Sanders

Ph.D.

Nada Sanders

Nada Sanders

Ph.D.

Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management, D’Amore -McKim School of Business, Northeastern University

Biography

Dr. Sanders is an internationally recognized expert in forecasting, predictive analytics, risk management, and supply chain management. Her research includes identifying best practices in forecasting, developing a corporate technology strategy, and creating a resilient supply chain. Her teaching includes advanced supply chain management problems, supply chain strategy, supply chain analytics, and forecasting. She has taught at a wide range of academic levels, primarily at the MBA and Executive MBA levels, and has designed multiple successful MBA programs

She has held a range of leadership roles in both academic and professional organizations and has served on numerous Executive Boards. She has provided training and consulting to a range of Fortune 500 companies, including IDG, Nike, AT&T, CIBA Corning, Mattel, MTC Corp., Dell, and many others.

Dr. Sanders is Co-Editor of Production and Operations Management (POM), Special Issue “Big Data Driven Supply Chain Management” (2017); Co-Editor of International Journal of Forecasting (IJF), Special Issue “Big Data Driven Forecasting in Supply Chain Management” (2017) and Co-Editor of Journal of Business Logistics (JBL), Special Issue “Sustainable Supply Chains in a Digital Interconnected World,” (2017). She was Co-Editor of Journal of Business Logistics, Special Issue “Using Interdisciplinary Research to Address Contemporary SCM Problems,” Volume 37 (2), 2016. She also serves as Associate Editor of the Decision Sciences Journal, Journal of Business Logistics, and International Journal of Forecasting.

Dr. Sanders completed her Ph. D. and MBA at The Ohio State University, Fisher College of Business, and received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Franklin University.

PRESENTATION:
The Integrated Supply Chain in the AI Assisted World

NESCON 2018