Dr Matias Enz PhD
Matias received his doctorate (PhD) in Logistics from The Ohio State University (USA), holds an Industrial Engineering degree from Universidad Nacional de Rosario (Argentina).
Matias received his doctorate (PhD) in Logistics from The Ohio State University (USA), holds an Industrial Engineering degree from Universidad Nacional de Rosario (Argentina), and is certified in Production and Inventory Management from APICS.
In 2009 he joined Cranfield University as a Lecturer in the Demand Chain Management department. In December 2013, he moved to Argentina to focus on research and consulting in Latin America. Prior to his academic career he worked for Lexmark International as a Demand Manager and for Price Waterhouse Coopers as a Consultant in supply chain projects.
Matias’ main areas of expertise and research are supply chain management, the implementation of cross-functional business processes, and the measurement of value co-creation when the capabilities from functions such as Marketing, Logistics, and Operations among others are integrated across business-to-business relationships.
As a consultant, he has experience in working closely with clients to develop capabilities in three areas: Customer / Supplier Relationship Management, Demand Management and Forecasting Processes, and Organisational Development and Change (including teamwork, and performance management). He publishes in academic and professional journals and is an occasional lecturer and speaker in a number of global academic and practitioner institutions.
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