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DATE PUBLICATION TITLE FACULTY
June 18, 2021 Kellogg Insight Looking to Further Digitize Your Operations? This Tool Can Help. Robert Boute, Jan A. Van Mieghem
May 20, 2021 The Wall Street Journal How Companies Make Sure You Don’t Hang Up When You’re on Hold Achal Bassamboo
May 03, 2021 Kellogg Insight How the Pandemic Will (and Won’t) Change Companies’ Operations Martin Lariviere
April 30, 2021 Forbes India Are 'menu costs' messing up your supply chain? Robert Bray
April 01, 2021 Kellogg Insight One Healthcare System’s Race to Distribute the COVID-19 Vaccine Achal Bassamboo
March 31, 2021 MarketWatch This simple change would eliminate much of the COVID-19 vaccination chaos Achal Bassamboo
March 12, 2021 Crain's Chicago Business How the push to make more COVID vaccines is squeezing this Chicago-area drugmaker Tarek Abdallah
March 01, 2021 Kellogg Insight 2 Ways to Improve Rideshares for Drivers and Customers Anton Braverman, Sebastien Martin
January 04, 2021 Kellogg Insight Are “Menu Costs” Messing Up Your Supply Chain? Robert Bray
October 30, 2020 Crain’s Chicago Business Illinois will have to vaccinate 10 million people against COVID. What could go wrong? Tarek Abdallah
October 11, 2020 Business Insider Boston schools wanted to stagger start times to save on transportation costs and improve student health. Here's why parents were against it — and what it can teach us about pandemic planning. Sebastien Martin
October 01, 2020 Kellogg Insight Researchers Designed an Algorithm to Save Schools Money and Improve Equity. The District Loved it. Then Things Got Messy. Sebastien Martin
August 05, 2020 Kellogg Insight From PPE to Denim and Beer, Here’s What the Pandemic Is Teaching Us about Supply Chains Martin Lariviere
August 04, 2020 Northwestern McCormick New Center to Explore Effects of Telework, E-Commerce and Travel Demand Sunil Chopra
May 16, 2020 The Economist Businesses are proving quite resilient to the pandemic Sunil Chopra
May 15, 2020 Kellogg Insight Having a Far-Flung Supply Chain May Lead to More Product Defects Robert Bray
April 03, 2020 Vox Your coronavirus grocery questions, answered by experts Sunil Chopra
March 30, 2020 Bloomberg The Sages of Supply Chains Are Watching in Awe: In Their Words Sunil Chopra
March 29, 2020 The Wall Street Journal With Online Package-Delivery Alerts, Later in the Process Is Better Robert Bray
March 23, 2020 Kellogg Insight The Coronavirus Has Upended Supply Chains. Here’s How Companies Can Prepare for the Next Disruption. Sunil Chopra

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