Meet the academics and educators
Throughout the three weeks you will hear from our RMIT University Academic and Lead Educator.
Meet your Lead Educator, Academic and Mentor who will take you on your journey over the next three weeks.
Professor, College of Business - Business IT & Logistics, RMIT University
Booi Kam is the Program Leader of the Master of Supply Chain and Logistics Management at RMIT’s School of Business IT and Logistics, which won the prestigious Asian Cargo News Award for Best Educational Provider in 2015.
His teaching excellence is internationally recognised. He is regularly invited by universities in China, England, France, Korea, and Taiwan to teach into their degree programs and has been a recipient of several Teaching Excellence Recognition Awards.
His publications span a diverse range of internationally acclaimed journals across a number of disciplines, including supply chain management, e-marketing, information systems, accident analysis, transport and land use planning, and postgraduate research supervision. He was a recipient of numerous major research awards, including an Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence and has extensive international consulting experience.
Booi brings to his classes real life operations management practices culled from his long-standing engagement with businesses in the dynamic Asian region.
Associate Lecturer, College of Business - Business IT & Logistics, RMIT University
Leon has more than seven years of experience in designing and delivering courses in supply chain management at the both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
He is involved in the management of undergraduate and postgraduate programs in the school. Aside of lecturing in supply chain management, Leon is also knowledgeable about ERP applications, in particular SAP. Prior to his academic career, Leon has worked in roles of sales and distribution.
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