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Adegoke Oke

Associate Professor
Supply Chain Management

Office:BA 429
Mailing Address:
Main Campus
PO BOX 874706
Tempe, AZ 85287-4706

Phone: 480-965-6044
Fax: 480-965-8629
Email: Adegoke.Oke@asu.edu
Adegoke Oke

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Ph.D., Cranfield University, UK, 2000; MBA, University of Wales, UK, 1996; B.Eng., Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria, 1986

Research Areas
Innovation management: in organizations, supply chains and networks; Supply chain management: supply chain risks and mitigation strategies, operational flexibility and strategy, global supply chains in less developed countries

Current Projects
"Risk mitigation Strategies in Supply Chains"

"Manufacturing strategies and innovation"

"Governing mechanism in networks"

Academic Positions
Arizona State University: 2005-present. Previous Appointments: Cranfield University

Best Career and Professional Awards; Teaching Awards
Conference Paper award and Best paper in the OB/OT/OD Track, Southern Management Association Conference, Florida 2008; Journal of Operations Management 2007 Best Reviewer Award, Presented at the Academy of Management Conference, Anaheim, California, August 2008; Appointed a UK AIM Scholar, 2004; Director's prize for the best Ph.D. Thesis/Dissertation, Cranfield School of Management, June 2000

Professional Leadership
Associate Editor, Journal of Operations Management, 2008-present; Editorial Review Board Member, Journal of Supply Chain Management and Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management 2009- present; Member, Institute of Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, 2003-present

Corporate and Public Sector Leadership
Operations Analyst, Allied Steel and Wire Manufacturing Company, 1995-1996; Project Manager, Shell Petroleum Developement Company, Nigeria, 1986-1994

Representative Publications
Oke, A. Fang, J., Choi, J., Kim, K., and Choi, T. Manufacturing Integration as Performance Differentiator: Beyond Alignment of Manufacturing and Business Strategies. Journal of Operations Management. (forthcoming)

Kull, T., Oke, A. Dooley, K. Risk Propensity and Supplier Selection. Decision Sciences. (Forthcoming)

Oke, A., Prajogo, D., and Jayaram, J. Linking Supply and Demand Factors to Innovation and Operational Performance. Journal of Supply Chain Management (Forthcoming)

Jayaram, J., Oke, A. and Prajogo, D. Process and Product Innovation Strategies in Australian Manufacturing Firms. International Journal of Production Research (Forthcoming)

Oke, A., and Idiagbon-Oke, M. (2010). Communication Channels, Innovations Tasks and NPD Project Outcomes in Innovation-Driven Horizontal Networks. Journal of Operations Management 28, 442-453.

Barratt, M. and Oke, A. "The antecedents of supply chain visibility: A Resource based view." Journal of Operations Management 25, pp. 1217-1233, 2007.

Oke, A. and Gopalakrishnan, M. "Managing Disruptions in a Retail Supply Chain." International Journal of Production Economics, Vol 118(1) pp168-174. 2009

ASU is a tier 1 research university and W. P. Carey is proud of its strong tradition of teaching and classroom excellence. Our students directly benefit from the research and theories our faculty brings into the classroom. Below is a list of courses being taught during the current semester by this faculty member. Click a course to view it in the ASU course catalog.

SCM 463 - Global Supply Chain Management
With increased globalization and offshore sourcing, global supply chain management is becoming an important issue for many businesses. Like traditional supply chain management, the underlying factors behind the trend are reducing the costs of procurement and decreasing the risks related to purchasing activities. The big difference is that global supply chain management involves a company's worldwide interests and suppliers rather than simply a local or national orientation. Enables students to appreciate the challenges of operating supply chains across international boundaries including how to manage various salient issues including sociocultural, economic, technological and political factors that may shape decisions relating to sourcing and moving goods and services across different geographical boundaries.

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