PROF Prakash SINGH

PROF Prakash SINGH

Positions

  • Innovation management (process improvement, lean six sigma, product development)
  • Operations management (process design, operations strategy, quality management, project management)
  • Supply chain management (strategy, design, analysis)
  • Sustainable operations and supply chains (sustainability, social investment, social capital)

Overview

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  • Dr Prakash J. Singh is a Professor with the Department of Management and Marketing at the University of Melbourne. He is currently the Head of Department. Prakash’s expertise is in operations and supply chain management fields. His studies have been based in transport and logistics, healthcare, manufacturing, public sector as well as the not-for-profit and voluntary industry sectors. His research has been published in many leading journals. He has obtained Australian Research Council Discovery, Linkage and Industrial Transformation Training Centre grants to support his research. Prakash is an experienced lecturer, having taught many courses in undergraduate, postgraduate, executive and custom programs. These include subjects in the Master of Supply Chain Management and Master of Enterprise and PhD coursework program. Prakash has also actively engaged with a number of organisations for the purpose of providing advice and expertise.   

Affiliation

Member of

  • Production and Operations Managment Society. Member 2011 -
  • Academy of Management. Operations Management Division 2009 -
  • Decision Sciences Institute. Member 2005 -
  • European Operations Management Association. Member 2004 -

Publications

Selected publications

Research

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Awards

Education and training

  • PhD, University of Melbourne 2002
  • BBus, Queensland University of Technology 1993
  • BE, Queensland University of Technology 1993

Supervision

Available for supervision

  • Y

Supervision Statement

  • Areas of research interest:
    Strategic issues in operations management
    Analysis of supply chains and networks 
    Sustainable operations and supply chains
    Quality and business excellence drivers
    Process improvement methods
    Innovation management