Professor Joglekar's interests span development of products, supply chains and customer engagement at established and entrepreneurial firms. Current projects / working papers address the following themes:
(I) Startup Product Development, Supply Chains & Innovative Operations: Entrepreneurial decisions to set up and improve business models by leveraging operational constraints around resources, routines, reputation and regulations (see related blog: https://supsio.org)
(II) Management of Technology: Technology commercialization/ readiness tradeoffs during the development of complex products & processes.
(III) Connected Health & Self Care: Design principles for UX and service delivery; behavioral studies for enhancing patient engagement and personalized care.
PH D, MIT Sloan School of Management, Management Science, 1997.
SM, MIT School of Engineering, 1987.
MS, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, 1984.
BS, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (with Honors), 1977.
GSM OM845 F1
Clean Technologies and Supply Chains
GSM OM928 A1
Research Seminar: Economics and Operations Management