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Prof. (Dr.) Anirban Ganguly

​Professor & Vice Dean​​

B.Sc; MBA (University of Calcutta);
M.S., Ph.D. (Stevens Institute of Technology)

Prof. (Dr.) Anirban Ganguly is currently a Professor in Operations & Supply Chain Management and Vice Dean, Internationalization, at Jindal Global Business School at O. P. Jindal Global University. Dr. Ganguly holds BSc and MBA degrees from the University of Calcutta, and also MS and PhD from Stevens Institute of Technology, USA. Prior to joining Jindal Global Business School, he has held faculty positions at Hofstra University, City University of New York and Stevens Institute of Technology. He has several years of academic experience, both in the domain of teaching and research. His research interest includes operational and supply chain management, technology and innovation management, risk analysis and knowledge management.

 

His work has been published in International Journal of Production Economics, Journal of Knowledge Management, International Journal of Operations & Production Management, Industrial Management & Data Systems, International Journal of Knowledge Management, Engineering Management Journal IEEE Aerospace & Electronics Systems Journal and International Journal of Innovation Management, among others. In addition to research and teaching in academia, Dr. Ganguly is also involved as an advisor at Superior Business Results in North Carolina, USA where he was involved with projects related to business analytics in retail and healthcare sector.  He also has industry experience in India prior to moving to USA. He serves as a reviewer for a vast number of journals like International Journal of Production Economics, European Journal of Operational Research, Engineering Management Journal, International Journal of Supply Chain Management and International Journal of Innovation Management, among others.

  1. Ganguly, A. Chatterjee D., & Talukdar, A. (2019). Knowledge Sharing Barriers Affecting Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Performance. In Global Supply Chains in the Pharmaceutical Industry, Edited by Agnieszka Szmelter, IGI Global , DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-5921-4.ch012
  2. Talukdar, A.& Ganguly, A. (2018). Strategic Human Resource Management and Unit Human Capital: A Resource Based View in Indian Context. In Contemporary Issues in Global Business Research Across Emerging Countries, Edited by Zafar U. Ahmed and Sahil Raj, McGraw Hill Education, ISBN: 978-93-87432-48-2, pg. 330-346
  3. Ganguly, A., Rao, H., & Chatterjee, D. (2018). The Role of Resiliency in Managing Global Supply Chains. In Supply Chain Risk Management: Advanced Tools, Models, and Developments, Edited by Yacob Khojasteh, Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan, Publisher: Springer, pp. 237-251, DOI: 10.1007/978-981-10-4106-8_14
  4. Ganguly, A., Nilchiani, R., & Farr, J. V. (2017). Technology Assessment: Managing risks for disruptive technologies. In Managing Technological Innovation: Cases and Tools for Managing Research and Development, Edited by Tugrul Daim, Portland State University, Portland, USA, Publisher: World Scientific, DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-2485-6.ch019
  5. Ganguly, A. and Merino, D. N. (2009). Multi-Criteria Analysis. In Engineering Management Handbook, Published by American Society of Engineering Management, ISBN: 978-0-9831005-0-8
  6. Ganguly, A., & Farr, J. V. (2008). Excel Tutorial to Support Economic Analysis and Simulation based Costing. Appendix B in Systems Life Cycle Costing: Economic Analysis, Estimation, and Management by John V. Farr

Publications in Refereed Journals

  1. Ganguly, A., Kumar, C., Saxena, G., & Talukdar, A. (2020). Firms’ reputation for innovation: role of marketing capability, innovation capability, and knowledge sharing. Journal of Information and Knowledge Management, (Accepted, in press) (Scopus & ABDC listed)

     

  2. Lohan, A., Ganguly, A., Kumar, C., & Farr, J. V. (2020). What’s best for my kids? An empirical assessment of primary school selection by parents in urban India. Asia-Pacific Journal of Research in Early Childhood Education, 14(1), 1-26 (Scopus listed)

     

  3. Kumar, C., & Ganguly, Anirban (2020). Quantification of Social Cost at product price-level for urban freight: A study of industrial products. International Journal of Business Performance and Supply Chain Modelling, (Accepted, in press) (Scopus listed)

     

  4. Ganguly, A., Talukdar, A., and Chatterjee, D. (2020). Social Capital, Knowledge Sharing, Knowledge Quality and Innovation Capability: An Empirical Study of the Indian Pharmaceutical Sector. Knowledge & Process Management, 27(1), 25-42 (Scopus, ABDC, & ABS listed)

     

  5. Ganguly, A., Talukdar, A., & Chatterjee, D. (2019). Evaluating the role of social capital, tacit knowledge sharing, knowledge quality and reciprocity in determining innovation capability of an organization”, Journal of Knowledge Management, 23(6), 1105-1135 (Scopus, ABDC, & ABS listed)

     

  6. Song, H., Chen, S., & Ganguly, A, (2019). Innovative Ecosystem in Enhancing Hi-tech SMEs Financing: Mediating role of Two Types of Innovation Capabilities,” International Journal of Innovation Management, 24(2), 2050017
  7. Ganguly, A., Kumar, C., and Chatterjee D. (2019). A Decision Making Model for Supplier Selection in Indian Pharmaceutical Organizations. Journal of Health Management, 21(3), 351-371. (Scopus listed)

     

  8. Ganguly, A., & Kumar, C. (2019). Evaluating Supply Chain Resiliency Strategies in the Indian Pharmaceutical Sector: A Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process (F-AHP) Approach. International Journal of Analytic Hierarchy Process, 11(2), 153 – 180 (Scopus listed)

     

  9. Kumar, C., & Ganguly, A. (2018). Travelling together but differently: Comparing variations in public transit user mode choice attributes across New Delhi and New York. Theoretical and Empirical Research in Urban Management (TERUM), 13(3), 54-73 (Scopus listed)

     

  10. Ganguly, A., Chatterjee, D., & Farr, J. V. (2018). Evaluating Barriers to Knowledge Sharing affecting New Product Development Team Performance. International Journal of Innovation Management, 22(6), 1850048-1 – 1850048-26. (Scopus listed)

     

  11. Song, Hua, Ganguly, A. Turson, R., & Yu, K. (2017). Evaluating the Effects of Supply Chain Security Management on Food Firms Performance: The Mediating Role of Food Certification and Reputation. International Journal of Operations and Productions Management, 38(1), 1541-1562. (Scopus, ABDC, & ABS listed)

     

  12. Ganguly, A., Chatterjee, D., & Rao, H. (2017). Evaluating the Risks associated with Supply Chain Agility of an Enterprise. International Journal of Business Analytics,.4(3), 15-34 (Scopus listed)

     

  13. Ganguly, A., Farr, J. V., & Das, N. (2017). The role of marketing strategies in successful disruptive technologies. International Journal of Innovation & Technology Management, 14(3), 1750016-01 – 1750016-20 (Scopus listed)

     

  14. Onyeiwu, S. Z., & Ganguly, A. (2016). Managing competitive pressures in the tooling and machining cluster in Northwestern Pennsylvania. International Journal of Globalisation and Small Business, 8(2), 158-178 (Scopus listed)

     

  15. Song, H., Yu, K., & Ganguly, A. (2016). Supply chain network, information sharing and SME credit quality. Industrial Management & Data Systems, 116(4), 740-758 (Scopus, ABDC, & ABS listed)

     

  16. Ganguly, A., & Nandi, S. (2016). Using Time Series Forecasting to Optimize Staff Scheduling in Healthcare Organizations. Journal of Health Management, 18(1), 1 – 10 (Scopus listed)

     

  17. Farr, J. V., Ganguly, A., Faber, I. J., Larson, S. L., & Martin, W. Andy (2016). The use of simulation based costing for determining life cycle costs and risks for army environmental remediation programs. The Engineering Economist, 61(3), 207-222. (Scopus & ABDC & listed)

     

  18. Ganguly, A., & Merino, D. N. (2015). An Integrated AHP-QFD approach for evaluating competing technologies. International Journal of the Analytic Hierarchy Process, 7(3), 539-559 (Scopus listed)

     

  19. Ganguly, A., & Mansouri, M. (2012). Evaluating Risks Associated with Extended Enterprise Systems. IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Journal, 37(5), 4-10 (Scopus listed)

     

  20. Ganguly, Anirban, Mostashari, Ali and Mansouri, M. (2011). Measuring Knowledge Management/Knowledge Sharing (KM/KS) Efficiency and Effectiveness in Enterprise Networks,” International Journal of Knowledge Management, 7(4), 37-54. (Scopus, ABDC, & ABS listed)

     

  21. Ganguly, A., Nilchiani, R., Farr, J. V. (2011). Identification, Classification and Prioritization of Risks Associated with a Disruptive Technology. International Journal of Innovation & Technology Management, 8(2), pp. 273-293. (Scopus listed)

     

  22. Mansouri, M., Ganguly, A., & Mostashari, A. (2011). Evaluating Agility in Extended Enterprise Systems: The New York City Transportation Network Case. American Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 4(1), 142-152
  23. Ganguly, A., Nilchiani, R., & Farr, J. V. (2010). Defining a set of Metrics to Evaluate the Potential Disruptiveness of a Technology. Engineering Management Journal, 22(1), 27-37 (Scopus listed)

     

  24. Ganguly, A., Nilchiani, R., & Farr, J. V. (2009). Evaluating Agility in Corporate Enterprises. International Journal of Production Economics, 112(2), 410-423. (Scopus, ABDC, & ABS listed)

 
Publications in Refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. Ganguly, A., Kumar, C., & Chatterjee, D., (2020, March 10-12). Factors Affecting Outsourcing Decisions: A Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis Using Fuzzy AHP Approach. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management, Dubai, UAE
  2. Nilchiani, R., Edwards, C., & Ganguly, A., (2019, October 1 – 3). Introducing a tipping point measure in explaining disruptive technology. Proceedings of the 5th IEEE International Symposium on Systems Engineering, Edinburgh, Scotland.
  3. Kumar, Chitresh and Ganguly, A. (2019, March 5-7). Theoretical Framework to Analyze Conflict between Marketing and Operations Strategy: A Product Life Cycle Perspective. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management, Bangkok, Thailand,
  4. Song, H. Ganguly, A., & Yu, K.. (2016, August 5 – 9). The Effects of Supply Chain Security Management on Performance through Certification and Reputation. Academy of Management Conference, Anaheim, USA.
  5. Ganguly, A. & Chatterjee, D., (2016, March 8 – 10). Using Multiple Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) to Evaluate Risks associated with Supply Chain Sustainability. Proceedings of 6th International Conference on Industrial Engineering & Operations Management, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  6. Chatterjee, D., & Ganguly, A. (2015, October 9 – 10). Evaluating the role of knowledge management in promoting lean manufacturing. Fifteenth Global Conference on Flexible Systems Management (GLOGIFT 15), Pune, India.
  7. Omer, M., Ganguly, A., Behncke, F. G. H., & Hollauer, C. (2014, June 6 – 10). A Complexity Driven Approach for Risk Evaluation in Use-Oriented Product-Service Systems Supply Chains. IEEE 9th Annual System of Systems Engineering Conference 2014, Adelaide, Australia.
  8. Ganguly, A., Young, L., Farr, J. V. (2012, November 1 -3). Managing projects in Agile Environment,” American Society of Engineering Management 33rd International Annual Conference, Virginia Beach, VA, USA.
  9. Abel, K. D., & Ganguly, A., (2012, June 10 – 13). Proposing a Framework for Restructuring an Introductory Engineering Management Course for Undergraduates. 2012 American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition, San Antonio, USA.
  10. Ganguly, A., & Merino, D. N., (2011, October 19 – 22). Evaluating Operational Constraints using Analytic Hierarchy Process for Commercializing a New Technology. American Society of Engineering Management 32nd International Annual Conference, Lubbock, USA.
  11. Young, L., Ganguly, A., Farr, J. V., & Wade, J. (2011, October 19 – 22). A Risk-Based Life Cycle Cost Estimating Method for Systems Centric Projects,” 2011 American Society of Engineering Management 32nd International Annual Conference, Lubbock, USA
  12. Ganguly, A., Abel, K. D. (2011, June 26 – 29). Evaluating Quality Management Courses in Graduate Engineering Management Curriculums. 2011 American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition, Vancouver, Canada.
  13. Ganguly, A., & Mansouri, M. (2011, April 3 – 6). Evaluating Risks associated with Extended Enterprise Systems,” 2011 IEEE International Systems Conference, Montreal, Canada.
  14. Ganguly, A., Mansouri, M., & Farr, J. V. (2010, October 13 – 16). October Exploring the Risks associated with Supply Chain Agility. Thirty First Annual Conference of the American Society of Engineering Management, Fayetteville, USA.
  15. Abel, Kathryn D. and Ganguly, A. (2010, June 20 – 23). An Inventory of Core Courses at a Select Group of Graduate EM Programs. 2010 American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition, Louisville, USA
  16. Ganguly, A., Mansouri, M., & Nilchiani, R. (2009, April 5 – 8). Proposing a Framework for Analyzing Risks Associated with a Systems Engineering Process. 2010 IEEE International Systems Conference, San Diego, USA.
  17. Mansouri, M., Ganguly, A., & Mostashari, A. (2009, December 12 – 14). Evaluating Agility for an Extended Enterprise Systems: The New York City Transportation Network Case. 1st Annual Global Conference on Systems and Enterprises (GCSE), Washington D. C., USA.
  18. Farr, J. V., Young, L., Ganguly, A., (2009, October 14 – 17). Determining Input Cost Variations for Simulation-based Risk Assessment of Life Cycle Costing. Thirtieth American Society of Engineering Management Annual Conference, Springfield, USA.
  19. Merino, D. N., & Ganguly, A., (2008, November 12 – 15). Optimizing Data Center Redundancy using a Multiple Criteria Decision-Making Approach. Twenty-Ninth Annual American Society of Engineering Management Conference, West Point, USA
  20. Ganguly, Anirban, Henry, Devanandham and Farr, John V., (2008, November 12 – 15). Evaluating the Attributes of Business Agility in Context of a Service Oriented Organization. Twenty- Ninth Annual American Society of Engineering Management Conference, West Point, USA.
  21. Ganguly, A., & Gandhi, S. J. (2008, November 12 – 15). Using a Multiple Criteria Approach for Ranking Outsourcing Risks. Twenty-Ninth Annual American Society of Engineering Management Conference, West Point, USA.
  22. Ganguly, A., Nilchiani, R., & Farr, J. V. (2008, April 7 – 10). Using a Systems Process to assess the potential for Disruptive Technology,” Conference of Systems Engineering Research (CSER) 2008, Los Angeles, USA.
  23. Ganguly, A., Nilchiani, R., & Farr, John V. (2007, November 7 – 10) “Using Metrics to Assess the Disruptiveness of a Technology. Twenty Eighth Annual American Society of Engineering Management Conference, Chattanooga, USA.
  24. Ganguly, A., & Merino, D. N. (2007, November 7 – 10). Application of Analytical Hierarchy Processing in Selection among Alternative Chemical Process. Twenty Eighth Annual American Society of Engineering Management Conference, Chattanooga, USA.
  25. Ganguly, A., & Merino, D. N. (2006, October 25 – 28). An Economic and Non-Economic Analysis of Emerging Microwave Technology. Twenty Seventh Annual American Society of Engineering Management Conference, Huntsville, USA.
  26. Merino, D. N. and Ganguly, A. (2006, June 18 – 21). Determining Relative Weights of Engineering Management (EM) Topics for an EM Managers Certification Test. American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference, Chicago, USA.
  27. Merino, D. N., Ganguly, A. and Rana, V. (2005, October 26 – 29). Benchmarking ABET Undergraduate Engineering Management (EM) Programs with a Proposed EM Body of Knowledge. Twenty Sixth Annual American Society of Engineering Management Conference, Virginia Beach, USA.

Published Case Study

  1. Dasgupta, S., & Ganguly, A. (2019). Miles to go but which road to take: An Entrepreneurial Dilemma. In Winning Marketing Strategies for Start-ups and Micro Entrepreneurs: An Indian Perspective. Edited by M. Anil Ramesh, Priya Grover, Sabyasachi Dasgupta, Emerald Publishing, United Kingdom, ISBN 978-1-78756-756-6.
  • Operations & supply chain management
  • Service operations management
  • Organizational agility ambidexterity
  • Innovation management
  • Emerging technologies
  • Knowledge management & sharing
  • Multi criteria decision making (MCDM)
  • Operations management
  • Supply chain management
  • Technology management
  • Service operations management
  • Systems analysis & design