Umesh Bahadur

Umesh Bahadur

Adjunct Professor

Area: Operations and Supply Chain Management
Email: ubahadur@imt.edu

PhD (IIT Kharagpur), PGDBM (XLRI), BSc. Engg (BHU).

2005-2016:Professor, Operations Mnagement – SPJIMR Mumbai.
1998-2004: Professor, Indian Institute Management Lucknow.
1994-1997: Director Materials,Tata Steel Jamshedpur.
Corporate Functional Head SCM, Responsible for SCM activities of all the divisions of TataSteel which included Steel Divn, Tube Divn., Coal Mines and Iron Ore Mines divns. in Jharkhand and Odisha, Ferro Chrome Divn in Odisha, Cement Divn in Chhattisgrah and Jamshedpur, Tata Bearings Division in Bengal and Purchase Offices at Jamshedpur, Kolkata, London and New York.
Made original contribution to supply chain practices, supply chain strategy formulation and implementation, creation and development of organization and leading a team of over a thousand executives and staff spread globally.

Career Path

1966: Graduate Trainee TataSteel 1966 batch.
Worked in various capacities in Maintenance, Rolling Mills Operations, Steel Production Planning, Inventory Mngt. Warehousing, Vendor Development, Project Procurement, Project Management.
1994-97: Corporate Functional Head of Supply Chain as Director Materials.
1998-2004: Professor IIM Lucknow
2004-05: Director SCM Ispat Industries Mumbai
2005-16: Prof SP Jain Inst of Management & Research.

Professional Experience

Cosulting assignments for USAID project in UP(2002).
Consultant to Price Waterhouse Coopers as Steel Industry Expert for Reorganisation of SAIL (2007-08).
Member National committee of CII on Small Scale Industries (1994-98).
Member Indian Delegation to World Congress on Ecnomic Reforms in Russia (1993).
Life Member, Vice President Indian Institute of Materials Management (1998-99).

Training & Development

Conducted several Management Development and Training programs for industry executives

Research:

Published several research papers on Supply Chain and Logistics Management.
Examiner at PhD level for IITs and universities.
Developed cases for MBA level class discussions.

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