Emmanuel Kweku Quansah
- MSc. Industrial Management (Joint European Master Program by UPM-Spain, Polimi-Italy and KTH-Sweden), BSc. Electrical and Electronic Engineering (KNUST-Kumasi)
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Emmanuel Quansah is a lecturer in the department of Supply Chain and Information Systems at the KNUST School of Business. He has a joint master’s degree in Industrial Management from the Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden, Politecnica de Madrid in Spain and Politecnico di Milano in Italy. He also holds a BSc. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Ghana.
Prior to taking up a lectureship appointment, Mr. Quansah worked as a system analyst at the KNUST University Information Technology Services (KNUST-UITS) in Ghana and also as a Quality Assurance Officer at North Development AB in Sweden. He has also worked with AEISEC in Sweden in a consulting role. He is a member of the following professional societies; Top Industrial Managers of Europe (TIME) and the Institute of Industrial Engineers – IIE (USA).
Mr. Quansah has coordinated several academic related programmes at the KNUST School of Business including the World Cocoa Foundation Agricultural Logistics Training Program, the CILT-UK Professional Programme and the West African Institute for Supply Chain Leadership. He is currently the coordinator for the MSc. Logistics and Supply Chain Management Programme at KSB.
List of Publications:
- Otchere F. A., Annan J., Quansah E. (2013). Assessing the Challenges and Implementation of Supply Chain Integration in the Cocoa Industry: A factor of Cocoa Farmers in Ashanti Region of Ghana. International Journal of Business and Social Science, 4(5): 112-123.
- Mr. Quanah’s research interests are in service operations, supply chain management and Information Systems.
- Service Operations Management
- Logistics Management
- Planning and Control for Supply Chains
- Business Statistics
- Computer Networking