Supply Chain Management Group –

Seven chairs, one institute, two centers.

Academic members

Academic members
of the Supply Chain Management Group.

Group speaker

Professor 
Felix Reimann

Chair of Business Negotiations & Procurement II
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Full professors

Professor
Arnd Huchzermeier

Chair of Production Management
+49 (0)261 6509 380

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Professor
Lutz Kaufmann

Chair of Business Negotiations & Procurement I
+49 (0)261 6509 320

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Professor
Liji Shen

Chair of Operations Management
+49 (0)261 6509 765

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Professor
Stefan Spinler

Chair of Logistics Management
+49 (0)261 6509 430

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Professor
Carl Marcus Wallenburg

Chair of Logistics and Services Management
+49 (0)211 44709 411

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Assistant professors

Assistant Professor Jiachun Lu

Chair of Business Negotiations & Procurement I

+49 (0)261 6509 327

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Assistant Professor Marjolein Buisman

Chair of Production Management

+49 (0)261 6509 388

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Honorary Professor

Honorary Professor
Jürgen Ringbeck

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News & stories

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news and stories.

WHU researchers honored once more by one of the world’s most renowned management institutions

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BCG experts provide insights into how to create truly sustainable supply chains

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MBA Welcomes Henkel Global Purchasing & Supply Chain Leadership Team

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Companies should work on reducing differing degrees of digital readiness with their suppliers to avoid fragmentation and bottlenecking

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Ranking underscores WHU’s top position in supply chain management research

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Rhein-Zeitung Wirtschaft publishes detailed report on WHU conferences

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Two papers by Professor Lutz Kaufmann recognized as “Top Cited Articles 2020 – 2021” in JoM

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Research

Research articles -
published in the most prestigious journals.

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JSCM Spotlight: Narratives in Supplier Negotiations – The Interplay of Narrative Design Elements, Structural Power, and Outcomes