ASCI Networking Breakfast Series | Sustainable Procurement - NSW (1/2 CPD pt)
This month, ASCI’s NSW Members will hone in on sustainable procurement and working towards an increased focus on the bottom line for businesses globally. Our moderator is MD Maruf Hossan Chowdhury, Lecturer (Operations & Supply Chain Management) from our Corporate Member, UTS Business School.
The procurement space is vulnerable for disruption. The discussion will cover some modelling to assist with sustainable procurement, we’ll address the tougher regulations around modern slavery, and how this affects an increased focus on the bottom line for businesses globally.
MD Maruf Hossan Chowdhury will also present his work on procurement modelling.
|Maruf Chowdhury has obtained his PhD degree from Curtin University, Australia. Prior to joining UTS as a lecturer, Dr Chowdhury held academic positions in the University of Western Australia, Curtin University, Australia and Chittagong University, Bangladesh. He has published many articles in top-tier journals of Operations and Supply Chain Management including Omega: The International Journal of Management Science, International Journal of Production Economics, Supply Chain Management: an International Journal and others. He is also contributing as a reviewer to the top tier journals of Operations and Supply Chain Management. His research interest includes supply chain sustainability, resilience, agility, information integration in supply chain, service design, applied operations research, and system dynamic modelling.|
Dr Chowdhury has professional experiences in different industrial settings such as Textile and Apparel industry (consultant), Petroleum refinery (procurement professional) and others. He also received a number of awards in his career including Curtin University publication award for prestigious journal article publications, teaching excellence award at Curtin Business School, Curtin strategic international research scholarship and Dean’s Merit scholarship at the University of Chittagong for outstanding results in undergraduate and postgraduate level.
This event is proudly supported by ASCI Corporate Member, Michael Page.