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FPM, IIM-Lucknow; MPIB, IIFT; B.Tech., IIT-BHU (Varanasi)
Prof. Mohita Gangwar Sharma is a Professor at FORE School of Management . An FPM (IIM-Lucknow), Masters from MPIB (IIFT-New Delhi) and graduation B.Tech. (Electrical) (IIT-BHU), Varanasi – she has more than 23 years of experience in the Industry and Academics. She is the recipient of the coveted Chevening Rolls-Royce Science and Innovation Scholarship at SAID Business School, University of Oxford and N.T.S.E scholarship by NCERT. With experience both in manufacturing and service industries in managerial capacities in various operational roles. She has published widely both in eminent academic journals like Transportation Research-D and Ivey case studies. An ardent researcher she has successfully completed funded research projects and participated in international conferences like EUROMA, POMS, IPSERA etc. She chairs several executive education programs in the area of Supply Chain Responsiveness and Design, Procurement and Purchasing Skills , Project Management and Quality Management. Her areas of research include Technology Innovation and Management, Service Operations, Operations Strategy, Product Service Systems, Humanitarian Supply and circular Economy.
After sales services, Green collaboration, Supply Chain-Business/Humanitarian, Quality aspects, Operations Strategy
Supply Chain Redesign, Quality, Procurement
1).Mohita G Sharma and K.NSingh “Servitisation,Coopetition and Sustainability: An operations perspective in Aviation Industry” in Vikalpa: The journal for Decision Makers, Vol.42(3) 145-152;
2). Gangwar, M., J.K. Das, and K.N. Singh. 2016. Greendust: Revolutionizing The Returns Process. Ivey Publishing.Ivey Business School at Western Ontario. [Case No.: 9B16D010]
3). Gangwar, M. and Sharma, S. M., (2016) “Risks, Determinants and Perspective for creating a Railway Biodiesel supply chain: Case study of India,” Journal of Cleaner Production (Elsevier Publishing-available online
4). Gangwar , M. and Srivastava Samir K. (2015), “Leveraging the Social Welfare Chain to provide Resilience during Disaster,” International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications,
(http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13675567.2015.1090963. (B-Category in ABDC)
5). Sharma, Mohita G. and Singh, Kashi N., “Modelling Coopetition in Aircraft Spare Part Supply Chain: Game-theoretic approach ,” International Journal of Procurement Management. ( C-Category in ABDC)
( In Press http://www.inderscience.com/info/ingeneral/forthcoming.php?jcode=ijpm)
6). Sharma, Mohita G. and Sharma, Sachinder M. (2014), “Evaluating choice of traction option for a sustainable Indian Railways,” Transportation Research Part-D, vol. 33, pp. 135-145. (A-Category in ABDC)
7). Sharma, Mohita G. and Singh, Kashi N. (2014), “Managing Spares Inventory Through Life Time Value Assessment,” Operations and Supply Chain Management, Vol. 7, No. 3, pp. 121-129. (C-Category in ABDC)
8). Sharma, Mohita G. and Singh, Kashi N. (2009), “A real options approach to Spares Management,” Udyog Pragati-Journal of NITIE, vol. 34 (4), pp 1-9.
9). Sharma, Mohita G. and Singh, Kashi N. (2010), “A Binomial approach to Spares Management,” PRODUCTIVITY - Journal of NPC.
10). Gangwar, M., K.N. Singh, Sharma S.M. and Mehndiratta P. 2013. Adani Agri Logistics Limited:Blocking the Grain Drain. Ivey Publishing. Ivey Business School at Western Ontario.
FORE School of Management has been designing, developing and conducting innovative Executive Education (EE)/ Management Development Programmes (MDPs) for working executives in India for over three decades.