Prof. Dr. Kai Hoberg - Presentations | KLU

Professor Kai Hoberg, Associate Professor of Supply Chain and Operations Strategy

Selected Presentations

Relevance of weather for retail operations planning, MSOM Conference 2016, University of Auckland, June 30, 2016

Der Wert von Wetterinformationen für die Planung im Online-Handel (German), Scientific Commission Logistics, Technical University of Hamburg, June 24, 2016

Alternative Incentives for Multi-period Inventory Management, Research seminar, University of Hamburg, May 31, 2016

How supply chain management can drive customer service, Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch, April 14, 2016

Beyond Forecasting: How good forecasts improve planning, Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch, April 8, 2016

Time to get supply chain management to the board, SAPICS Meeting, Cape Town, March 31, 2016

How Did You Survive the Crash? An Empirical Analysis of Inventory Management Capabilities in the Financial Crisis, MSOM 2012, Columbia University, New York City, June 18-19, 2012

Leveraging Financial Quarterly Data for Empirical Supply Chain Management Research – An Overview on First Advances, presented at NUS Decision Science Research Seminar, April 24, 2012

Who Should Own Inventories in the Supply Chain? An Empirical Analysis of Strategic Stock Positioning in Supplier-Customer Relationships, presented at POMS HK 2012, January 5-6, 2012 (with Margarita Protopappa-Sieke)

Who Should Hold Inventories in the Supply Chain? An Empirical Analysis of Customer-Supplier Relationships, presented at OR 2011, Zurich, August 30 – September 2, 2011 (with Margarita Protopappa-Sieke)

Does it Swing? An Empirical Analysis of Firm-Level Inventory Volatility, presented at Informs Annual Meeting 2011, Charlotte, November 13- 16, 2011 (with S. Steinker)

Complexity Management in Practice - A Long Way To Go, presented at POMS 2010, Vancouver, May 7-10, 2010.

Analyzing Information Delays in Supply Chains Using Transfer Functions, Informs International Conference, Hong Kong, June 25-28, 2006 (with U.W. Thonemann)

Extending the Echelon-Stock Policy to Reduce Supply Chain Variability, Informs Annual Meeting 2005, San Francisco, November 13-16, 2005 (with J.R. Bradley and U.W. Thonemann)

Analyzing the Effect of the Inventory Policy on the Nonstationary Performance with Linear Control Theory, MSOM 2005, Northwestern University, Chicago, June 27-28, 2005 (with J.R. Bradley and U.W. Thonemann)

Analyzing the Behavior of Supply Chains in Response to Stationary and Non-Stationary Demand: A Control Theoretic Approach, OR 2003, Universität Heidelberg, September 3-5, 2003 (with J.R. Bradley und U.W. Thonemann)

Analyzing the Bullwhip Effect of Installation-Stock and Echelon-Stock Policies with Linear Control Theory, 6th ISIR Summer School on “Quantitative Models for Supply Chain Management", Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, August 18-22, 2003 (with J.R. Bradley und U.W. Thonemann).

Analyzing the Dynamic Behavior of Supply Chains Using Control Theory, MSOM Conference 2003, University of Southern Californa, Los Angeles, June 16-17, 2003 (with J.R. Bradley and U.W. Thonemann).