Marco Habermann, Ph.D.

Associate Professor; Director, Sogeti Program

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Dr. Marco Habermann is an Assistant Professor of Operations Management Science at Ohio University. Prior to that, he worked at the Darla Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina. Marco received his Ph.D. in Operations Management from the University of Minnesota. He also received an M.S. in Economics from the University of Frankfurt, and an MBA in Finance from the University of Wisconsin. His Bachelor’s (Vor-Diplom) was obtained from Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany.

He has primarily taught graduate MBA courses in operations management and decision analysis at the Ohio University, University of South Carolina and the University of Minnesota. He has received several awards for his excellence in teaching at these institutions.

Marco’s primary research interest is in the area of Supply Chain Disruptions.  He also has an interest in two other research areas: supply chain design (and its relation to system reliability), and organizational learning within supply chains.  Marco frequently publishes and serves as a referee for leading journals in these areas and is an active member of several professional organizations, including the Decision Sciences Institute, INFORMS, and the Production and Operations Management Society.

Prior to academia, Marco worked in Consulting, Investment Banking, and Economic Research with Deutsche Bank Investment Banking, McKinsey & Company, LandsH End, and the Financial and Economic Research Institute (FERI).

Dr. Habermann’s selected publications include:
Mackelprang, A., Habermann, M., Swink, M., How Firm Innovativeness and Unexpected Product Reliability Failures Affect Profitability. Journal of Operations Management. Forthcoming
Metcalf, A., Stoller, J., Fry, T.. Habermann, M. Respiratory Therapists’ Job Perceptions: The Impact of Protocol Use. Respiratory Care Journal. Forthcoming.
Habermann, M., Blackhurst, J., Metcalf, A. Keep your friends close, or far away? Supply chain design and disruption risk. Decision Sciences Journal. 2015. Vol.46(3)
Metcalf, A., Stoller, J., Fry, T.. Habermann, M. Patterns and Factors Associated with Respiratory Care Protocol Use. Respiratory Care Journal. 2015. Vol.60(5)
Habermann, M.” Supply Chain Disruptions – Theory and Practice for Empirical Research Proceedings HICL Conference, 2012.
Habermann, M., Bernardes, E. In Kersten, W. S., Blecker, T., Luethje, C. (Ed.), Complexity In Supply Chains and the Management of Sustainability Risk (pp. 15). Schmidt Publishing. (September/October 2010).

His awards include:
Outstanding Core Professor PMBA (Professional MBA) – Winner 2012 – Darla Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina
Academy of Management Doctoral Consortium. 2007 – Selected Presenter
Institute of Supply Chain Management Doctoral Consortium, 2006 – Selected Presenter
Center for Advanced Procurement and Supply Research (CAPS) Travel Fellowship 2006
Carlson School of Management Teaching Award for Excellence in Teaching During Academic Year 2005-2006
Carlson School of Management Summer Fellowship 2006
University of Minnesota Graduate Fellowship 2003, 2004, 2005
McKinsey Fellowship 2001
University of Wisconsin/University of Frankfurt Fellowship 1999-2000

Dr. Habermann teaches Ohio University’s Online MBA Operations and Supply Chain Management concentration courses.