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David B. Hermelin Professor of Business Administration and Professor of Operations and Management Science
University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business
Brian Talbot’s current research focuses on the development of heuristic and optimal solution procedures for production and manpower planning, vehicle loading and resource-constrained scheduling problems. He is also investigating issues in industrial ecology, green manufacturing and sustainable supply chains.
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Russell Athletic Tries to Keep the Shirt on Its Back (A)
Russell Athletic, one of the University of Michigan’s primary providers of collegiate athletic clothing, is involved in a serious labor rights controversy. Russell had been a trustworthy and responsible supplier for years, but the University of Michigan committee was very concerned about Russell’s decision to close a manufacturing facility in Honduras, a move that received severe c...
Russell Athletic Tries to Keep the Shirt on Its Back (B)
This case involves a recent labor rights controversy surrounding Russell Athletic, one of the University of Michigan’s primary providers of collegiate athletic clothing. Russell had been a trustworthy and responsible supplier to the University for years, but the committee was very concerned about Russell’s decision to close a manufacturing facility in Honduras, a move that had rec...
Remanufacturing at Cummins, Inc.
Brian Talbot, Xiuli Chao
Cummins is one of the world’s largest manufacturers and remanufacturers of diesel engines. This case focuses on their largest remanufacturing business, which is based in the U.S. and Mexico. The competitive landscape for this industry is described along with a fairly detailed look at Cummins’ forward and reverse supply chains and their remanufacturing operations.
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