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 Conference - Supply Chain Management

 
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Department of Logistics
 
at
 
Collegium of Business Administration
Warsaw School of Economics
 
has organized scientific conference
 
 
 
which took place from June 23rd till 24th, 2016.
 
 
 
​(click the conference title to get more information about that event). 
 

 Previously we organized and hosted

 
  • Polish-American Scientific Seminar on the Possibilities of Research Cooperation between the Department of Logistics, SGH and the Department of Marketing and Logistics, Fisher College of Business, Ohio State University.
    Professor August Michael Knemeyer's visit.
    March 16-17 2015 from 8.00 am till 10.00 am, room 3a building C
     
  • The role of purchasing in the supply chain management in an era of unprecedented turbulence and change.
    Professor ​Arjana van Weele's lecture.
    Oct. 21, 2014 from 10.00 am till 11.30 am, room Aula I building C ​

  • Vested Outsourcing – model of cooperation in supply chain
    Professor Kate Vitasek's from University of Tennessee lecture.
    March 24, 2014 from 5.30 pm till 7.00 pm, room Aula I building C

  • Transferability of Best Practices in Logistics.
    International Conference organized by the Department of Logistics, SGH and Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
    September 17, 2009 from 10.00 am till 3.00 pm, room Aula I building C

 

 

 Seminars

 

​Following Master and Bechelor Seminars are leaded by faculties from the Department of Logistics:
(please contact with a faculty to get more information):

  • Professor Krzysztof Rutkowski - M [292131-0498]  and B [192131-0498] 
  • Marzenna Cichosz, PhD - M [297341-0072] and B  [197341-0072]
  • Katarzyna Nowicka, PhD - M [296861-1016] and B [196861-1016]
  • Aneta Pluta-Zaremba, PhD - M [299801-0477] and B [199801-0477]

Seminars for doctoral students and habilitants are leaded by Professor Krzysztof Rutkowski. Seminars usually take place once a month. Invitation is needed for it.