Professor Cordon’s areas of interest are digital value chains, supply and demand chain management, digital lean and process management.
Carlos Cordon is currently developing research and cases in the following areas: the digital journey of traditional companies, digital innovation in value chains, industry 4.0, digital lean, applications of big data in different spaces (healthcare, transportation and FMCG). He is the author of numerous articles and case studies in these fields, and over the past few years has won various prizes for his cases and articles on supply chain management, outsourcing, and process management.
Professor Cordon is also a consultant to multinational companies in the electronics, food, chemical, pharmaceutical, car, and other industries. He has designed and directed numerous executive development programs in the areas of digital and strategy journeys, supply chain management and sourcing.
Professor Cordon studied civil engineering at the Escuela Politecnica de Barcelona and holds a PhD in Management from INSEAD. Prior to the completion of his schooling, he was Manager in the manufacturing and distribution consulting group of Accenture, and later MIS Manager of Grupo Español General Cable (now a subsidiary of BICC).
TOMORROW''S CHALLENGES APRIL 2017
Agile vs. death-by-committee What Spotify and Hilti are doing right. By Professor Carlos Cordon with Isaak Tsalicoglou
TOMORROW''S CHALLENGES FEBRUARY 2017
Supply Chain 4.0 Companies such as Adidas and Amazon re-write the rules on supply chain management. By Professor Carlos Cordon
STRATEGY IS DIGITAL
How Companies Can Use Big Data in the Value Chain. Authors: Cordon , C., Garcia-Milà , P., Ferreiro Vilarino , T., Caballero , P
TOMORROW''S CHALLENGES MAY 2016
The three leadership skills to take your business digital Surprisingly many traditional businesses are mastering digital agility. By Professor Carlos Cordon
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