From January 23rd to 27th, members of SzEEDSM doctoral program, Thomas Ladinig, Zoltán Dobra, and Padmaka Mirihagalla together with Prof. Gyula Vastag had the opportunity take part at the 16th CEMS Research seminar on Supply Chain Management in Riezlern, Austria. The conference was intended to bring together researchers from renowned European universities to share their individual research work on recent trends and future trends on Supply Chain Management.

More than 40 researchers representing post-doctoral scholars as well as doctoral students shared their scholarly work in-progress as well as findings of completed studies. Informal yet, intense networking and knowledge sharing atmosphere within the conference over the three days added invaluable multi-dimensional perspectives to all the participants.

SzEEDSM Phd student Thomas B. Ladinig

presenting the research outcomes of his co-authored research on ‘Tracking causal ambiguity in continual process improvement

Tackling Causal Ambiguity in Continual Process Improvement

(Thomas B. Ladinig, Prof. Krishna S. Dhir, Prof. Gyula Vastag)

This research presentation belonged to category 2, mostly represented by completed research work by current professors and post-doctoral researchers.

‘The goal of the research is to improve decision making processes by taking care of differences and similarities of perceived and measured resource-performance linkages visible to the management team to reduce linkage ambiguity.’

SzEEDSM Phd student Zoltan Dobra

 presenting the progress of his Phd student research on Human side of Industry 4.0

Human side of Industry 4.0: an empirical study of a human-machine interaction

(Zoltan Dobra)

This presentation belonged to category 1, where PhD students were given an opportunity to present progress of their research and receive feedback

The purpose of this paper is to analyse the human-machine cooperation from a human point of view: how the persons in different role are judging the cooperation in the human-machine interaction

SzEEDSM Phd student Padmaka Mirihagalla

 presenting the proposal of his Phd student research on Measuring maturity of Lean culture in services

Measuring Lean Culture Maturity in Knowledge-worker services

(Padmaka Mirihagalla)

This presentation belonged to category 1, and Padmaka presented his PhD proposal being a 1st year student

The purpose of this research is to build a lean maturity model for knowledge-workers using current literature and testing against a relevant empirical base.

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