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Unformatted text preview: CREATING AND CAPTURING VALUE IN OPERATIONS AREA: OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT M.B.A./ INTERNATIONAL.M.B.A. SESSIONS:15 CREDITS: 3 PROFESSOR: DR. SANTIAGO KRAISELBURD E-mail: Santiago.Kraiselburd@ie.edu Professor of Operations at the Instituto de Empresa Santiago Kraiselburds substantial experience both in professional and academic fields heavily influenced his ideas. My research reflects what I have learned in the field, comments this Harvard, University of Southern California and Universidad Nacional de la Plata (Argentina) graduate. A new member of the Operations Department at Instituto de Empresa, he also does work with the Centre for Transportation and Logistics at MIT, and is the Director of the Zaragoza Logistics Centre. Professor Kraiselburd approaches his spet field of Supply Chain Management by confronting traditions with more innovative techniques that can achieve higher profits for the parties involved. For example, looking at supplier-distributor relations, he analyses when it is desirable for manufacturers to decide the stock levels to be held by distributors. Procter & Gamble were the first to do it about ten years ago, telling Wall-Mart how many diapers to stock in their Distribution Centre. It worked. Professor Kraiselburd has since used the example to develop a set of rules for when to apply the technique: for instance, that it is preferable for the party making the highest margins to decide stocking quantities for the other party. Professor Kraiselburd is author of numerous articles about Logistics and Supply Chain Management; he is also currently preparing three cases for Harvard: one analysing newspaper distribution, another focusing on a major European consummer-goods manufacturer, and the third about PLAZA (which holds strong links with MIT, is located in Zaragoza, and is the largest Logistics park in Europe). Before dedicating to academics and research, Professor Kraiselburd worked, among other places, at Arthur Andersen, Aerolneas Argentinas and Citibank, where at 27 he was one of the youngest Vice Presidents in the company. He has also spoken at many international conferences and lectured at numerous Universities. Academic Background Doctor in Business Administration, Harvard University, USA MBA, University of Southern California, USA MSc in Industrial and Systems Engineering, University of Southern California, USA Electronic Engineer, Universidad Nacional de la Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina Corporate Experience Director, Zaragoza Logistics Center, Zaragoza, Spain, 2006 present time. External Consultant, 4Rsystems, Wayne, Pennsylvania, USA 2004 Vice President, Citibank, Miami, Florida, USA 2000-2001 Manager, Citibank, Buenos Aires, Argentina 1999-2000 Manager, Aerolneas Argentinas, Buenos Aires, Argentina 1999 Consultant, Arthur Andersen, Buenos Aires, Argentina 1997-1999 1 Published by Instituto de Empresa Publishing Department....
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