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Gerard Cachon - MSOM Fellow Presentation

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Gerard Cachon

on 29 June 2011

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Transcript of Gerard Cachon - MSOM Fellow Presentation

Interesting,
Really Interesting,
and maybe even
Fascinating
Research in O.M. in· ter· est· ing (\’in-t(a-)reәs-tiŋ)

holding the attention: arousing interest Gerard P. Cachon
University of Pennsylvania
MSOM Fellows Presentation Interesting = Unexpected Implicit Egotism and Career Choice Interesting = Unexpected + Mostly True An important idea is
Useful
Changes behavior
General, broadly applicable
Often simply stated Interesting = Unexpected + Mostly True + Important Show that what was thought to be X is really Y Show that what was thought to be a complex problem has a simple solution Roundy - Integer-ratio policies


Jordan and Graves - Process flexibility and chaining Show what was assumed to be exogenous is really endogenous

Porteus - Setup cost reduction



Lee, Padmanabhan, Whang - The Bullwhip Effect Show that what was thought to be complex
can be explained in simple terms

Lariviere and Porteus - Selling to the newsvendor Show that what was thought to be simple
is actually more complex

Schweitzer and Cachon - Real newsvendors Show that what was thought to be a large effect
is actually a small effect

Cachon and Fisher - Information sharing in supply chains


Cachon, Randall and Schmidt - In search of the bullwhip effect Show that what was expected to be a small effect
is actually a large effect

Van Mieghem - Investing in process flexibility



Currie and Walker - Congestion and infant health Show that what was expected to be a large effect is even LARGER

Cachon and Swinney - Value of Quick Response with strategic consumers Interesting = Unexpected + Mostly True + Important Really Interesting = Completely Unexpected Fascinating = ( Really Interesting) 2 + Spot-on True + Really Important
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