Gregory A. DeCroix

Academic Director, Professor, Grainger Center for Supply Chain Management, Operations & Information Management & Grainger Professor in Supply Chain Management at University of Wisconsin at Madison - Wisconsin School of Business

Gregory A. DeCroix

Gregory A. DeCroix

Academic Director, Professor, Grainger Center for Supply Chain Management, Operations & Information Management & Grainger Professor in Supply Chain Management at University of Wisconsin at Madison - Wisconsin School of Business

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Gregory DeCroix is the Grainger Professor in Supply Chain Management in the Department of Operations and Information Management at the Wisconsin School of Business.

His research is in the field of supply chain management, with a specific focus on areas such as managing supply chain disruption risk, utilizing information in supply chain management, and the impact of decentralized decision making on supply chain efficiency.

His research has appeared in numerous publications, including Management Science, Operations Research, Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, IIE Transactions, Naval Research Logistics, and European Journal of Operational Research. He is an associate editor for Operations Research and a senior editor for Production and Operations Management.

DeCroix received his Ph.D. from Stanford University, and has served on the faculties of Duke University and the University of Washington. He has taught a variety of operations management courses at the undergraduate, masters, and Ph.D. levels, and currently teaches the full-time MBA elective Supply Chain Analytics, the core Operations Management course in the full-time MBA program, and Operations Strategy in the Executive MBA program.

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Faculty Director, Center for Brand & Product Management, Professor of Marketing & John R. Nevin Chair in Marketing at University of Wisconsin at Madison - Wisconsin School of Business

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Academic Director of the Hawk Center for Investment Analysis, Professor of Finance & Jeffrey J. Diermeier Distinguished Chair in Finance at University of Wisconsin at Madison - Wisconsin School of Business

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Albert O. Nicholas Dean at University of Wisconsin at Madison - Wisconsin School of Business

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Professor, Accounting & Information Systems & Thomas G. Ragatz Accounting & Law Distinguished Chair at University of Wisconsin at Madison - Wisconsin School of Business

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Professor, Management & Human Resources at University of Wisconsin - Madison

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Department Chair for Risk & Insurance, Professor, Risk & Insurance & American Family Insurance Distinguished Chair in Risk Management & Insurance at University of Wisconsin at Madison - Wisconsin School of Business

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Provost's Chair Professor & Director at National University of Singapore

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Founder, Chief Executive Officer & CIO at Eminence Capital LP

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Lecturer Finance at University of Wisconsin at Madison - Wisconsin School of Business

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Professor, Operations & Information Management Kress Family Distinguished Professor in Productivity & Quality at University of Wisconsin at Madison - Wisconsin School of Business

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Academic Director, Professor, Grainger Center for Supply Chain Management, Operations & Information Management & Grainger Professor in Supply Chain Management at University of Wisconsin at Madison - Wisconsin School of Business
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Wisconsin School of Business is the business school of University of Wisconsin–Madison, located in Grainger Hall. Founded in 1900, it has more than 35,000 alumni. The undergraduate program prepares students for business careers, while its Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is based on focused career specializations. The school offers many student services, such as Undergraduate Advising Services, The Business Career Center, and International Programs.

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