Dr Ram Roy
Senior Lecturer - Management (Taradale)
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Areas of Teaching
Operations management, Supply chain management, Business Statistics, Strategic Management, Strategic Market Planning, Customer Relationship Management, Project Management. Masters level: Lean Management, Decision Making, Operations Research, Manufacturing Systems Modelling, and a range of engineering subjects.
PhD in Supply Chain Management, M. Tech., B. Eng., PG Dip. in Business Administration, MPOMS(USA), MCILT(NZ), ANZAM, ISTE (Indian Society for Technical Education)
BBS level 6 & 7: Advanced Operations Management, Supply chain management, Strategic Management.
Masters level: Lean Management, Decision Making.
Academic experience of over 25 years in BHEL, New Delhi;
Asstt. Professor, National Institute of Technology (India);
Visiting Faculty, Bright Star University of Technology (Middle East);
Asstt. Professor, Addis Ababa University of Technology;
Guest lectures in Lincoln Univ. and Canterbury Univ.;
Senior Lecturer, New Zealand College of Business;
Senior Lecturer, Eastern Institute of Technology;
Senior Project Engineer, Bharat Heavy Electrical Ltd, New Delhi. Corporate experience of 5 years.
My research has contributed to the understanding of operations managers in the areas of operations, productivity, inventory control, freight consolidation, and value-chain/supply chain mapping which were a bit neglected topics. This has influenced the perspectives of various industries and the way they look at the linkages among their operations. Local, regional and national companies in New Zealand have utilized some of my research components in relation to regional supply chain contemporary issues. I use my ongoing research on various topics in the classes to prepare young thinkers for dealing with the challenges of operations and supply chain management. I have also supervised about 12 industry-based learning projects in the Hawke’s Bay region which have helped local companies in identifying and dealing with their operational problems.
For example, see
Roy, R., & Cordery, N. (2010). Comparing and improving value chain-supply chain in the three most important wine regions of New Zealand, International Journal of Value Chain Management, 4(3), 288-303. 2010.
The article is available here