10 Jul Prof. Dr. Marco Tieman
Founder & Professor
LBB International and Help University (ELM Graduate School)
Prof. Dr. Marco Tieman is the founder of LBB International, a consulting & research firm specialised in supply chain strategy. He advises clients in the area of procurement, production and supply chain management. He has offices in the Netherlands, Malaysia and a project office in Indonesia. One of the specialisations of LBB is on halal production, halal supply chain management, and halal reputation management.
Prof. Dr Tieman is Professor at Help University (ELM Graduate School), in charge of research on halal supply chain management and halal risk & reputation management. At Help University he teaches the DBA course ‘issues in optimising operations management’, proving insight into how to organise and optimise supply chains. Prof. Dr. Tieman is also Adjunct Professor with Universiti Malaysia Pahang focusing on research on halal blockchains.
Prof. Dr. Tieman has a M.Sc. in Industrial Engineering & Management Science [logistics] from the University of Twente (the Netherlands) and a Ph.D. in Business Management [halal supply chain management] from the Universiti Teknologi Mara (Malaysia).
Prof. Dr. Marco Tieman will be appearing in the following sessions:
PANEL: Supply Chain Security in the post COVID-19 world (Panelists: Karmjit Singh, Chairman at CILT Singapore; Prof Dr Marco Tieman, Founder at LBB International; Tony Lugg, Chairman at TAPA APAC; Vivien Cheong, Regional Sales Manager at TICONTRACT, Transporeon Group; Moderator: Joe Lombardo, Director at ESP Consult)
LogiSYM Digital 2020: Digital Day 1 - 25th June, 2020, 13:45–14:15, Interactive Panel Discussion
Risk and Reputation Management in halal supply chains
LogiSYM Malaysia 2018: Malaysia Day 2 - 25th July, 2018, 14:00–14:30, Presentation
A series of high profile halal crises in recent years with top brands have shaken the public confidence in the ability of brand owners to assure the h…
Takeaway Panel: Practical Symposium Wrap Up
LogiSYM Malaysia 2018: Malaysia Day 2 - 25th July, 2018, 16:20–16:50, Interactive Panel Discussion
This session reviews the discussions over the last two days and provides a wrap up of take-aways that attendees could use back in their respective org…