College of Business Distinguished Scholar Series

Friday, April 19, 2019

Dr. Tom Goldsby

Professor of Logistics and Chair of Department of Marketing and Logistics
Harry T. Manguruan, Jr. Foundation Professor
Fisher College of Business, Ohio State University

10:30 – 11:30, BAA 1007, Presentation to faculty and students, “Consumer Centricity:  In Search of the Next Dominant Design in Supply Chains”

11:45 – 1:00, BA 372, Lunch with College of Business faculty

1:15 – 2:30, BTSU 315, Research presentation to faculty, “What Journals Need and Editors Want?”

Register Here by April 8th

Fisher

Dr. Thomas J. Goldsby is the Harry T. Mangurian, Jr. Foundation Professor in Business and Professor of Logistics at The Ohio State University. He serves as Associate Director of the Center for Operational Excellence (COE), a Research Fellow of the National Center for the Middle Market, and a research associate of the Global Supply Chain Forum, all housed at Ohio State’s Fisher College of Business. He is Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Business Logistics and former Editor of Transportation Journal, both of which are widely recognized as top journal in the logistics field.

Professor Goldsby’s research interests include logistics strategy, supply chain integration, and the theory and practice of lean and agile supply chain strategies. He has published more than 50 articles in academic and professional journals and has co-authored five books. He is a recipient of the Best Paper Award at the Transportation Journal (2012-2013), Bernard J. LaLonde Award at the Journal of Business Logistics (2007), and has twice received the Accenture Award for best paper published in the International Journal of Logistics Management (1998 and 2002). He has served as an investigator on five federally funded research projects, exceeding $3.5 million in grant proceeds and is recognized as one of the most productive researchers of all-time in the field of Logistics Management.

In his spare time, Dr. Goldsby competes as one of the top masters (over-40) runners in America for distances between the mile and the marathon.