- Associate Professor
- Supply Chain Management, BAI
- Phone: 401.874.4247
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Office Location: 205, Ballentine
Mehmet Gӧkhan Yalҫın is an Associate Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management at the University of Rhode Island, College of Business. Mehmet held various engineering and managerial positions prior to joining academia where he has been recognized with research and teaching awards. He is a certified Black Belt in Lean/Six Sigma (LSS), and Logistics, Transportation, and Distribution (CLTD) and teaches Operations and Supply Chain Management courses to students and practitioners. Dr. Yalҫın’s research focus is at the interface of sustainability and innovation with the focal point on Supply Chain Ambidexterity (SCX) and Paradox Theory (PT).
Supply Chain Ambidexterity (SCX): Persistent contradiction between two interdependent elements, namely Supply chain integration (SCI) and Supply chain agility (SCA).
Keywords Supply chain ambidexterity (SCX), Supply chain integration (SCI), Supply chain agility (SCA), Concept of ambidexterity (CoA), Managing SCX, Paradox Theory (PT), Sustainability, Sustainable supply chain management (SSCM), Engaged Scholarship, Performing as Teachers and Learners (PT&L)
Lean Six Sigma Black Belt
Ph.D., Operations and Supply Chain Management, University of Rhode Island
M.B.A., General Business, Bryant University
M.S., Structural Engineering, Lehigh University
B.S., Civil Engineering, Istanbul Technical University
Professor Yalcin is a founding member of the Performing as Teachers and Learners (PT&L) Initiative at the University of Rhode Island. PT&L is an inter-disciplinary, experiential learning initiative designed to help improve the self-confidence, cultural competence, & effectiveness of teachers & learners across the URI community.