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Professor & Dean (Development)
Chairperson - Executive Education

Operations Management & Decision Sciences


Kunal K.Ganguly is a faculty in the area of Operations Management and Decision Science with the Indian Institute of Management, Kashipur. He has more than two decades of experience in academics. He has publications in many reputed international journals. His areas of interest are Supply Chain Management and Quality management. He also has more than six years of experience in the industry in various fields of Operation, Quality Control, and Training.

  • Kukreti K., Ganguly K. & Ahmed T. (2023) Empirical Benchmarking of Virtual Service Centers' Service Quality: A case of a large Telecom Service Provider in India" accepted for publication in International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management [B category: ABDC]
  • Ahmed T., Ganguly K. & Das D. (2023), “Towards a framework for development of Crowd Logistics: paving the way for sustainable logistics” Computers & Industrial Engineering [A category: ABDC]
  • Kamlesh Kukreti and Kunal Ganguly (2023), “Development of composite index to measure environmental sustainability in telecom sector: A comprehensive approach towards carbon emission reduction’,  IIMB Management Review [B category: ABDC]
  • Vipin K Singh and Kunal Ganguly (2022) " A supporting framework for estimating trade-off between cost and availability at equipment level: Development and application in the aircraft MRO industry " Production Planning & Control ( [A category: ABDC]
  • Ganguly Kunal, (2022) "Understanding the challenges to the adoption of Blockchain Technology in the Logistics sector: The TOE framework" Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, DOI: 10.1080/09537325.2022.2036333 [B category: ABDC]
  • Sharma R., Ahmed T., Ganguly K., Wamba F. and Jain G. (2022) “Enablers to the adoption of Blockchain Technology in Logistics Supply Chains: Evidence from an Emerging Economy," Annals of Operations Research, [A category: ABDC]
  • Kunal Ganguly and Shantanu Roy (2021) “Supplier Satisfaction in Buyer-Supplier Relationships: Assessment from Supplier Perspective” Journal of Business-to-Business Marketing, Vo. 28, Issue 3, pp. 247-264 [B category: ABDC]
  • Vipin K Singh and Kunal Ganguly (2021) , “No fault found: A systematic literature review and future research agenda” International Journal of Quality and Reliability Management, Vol. 39, No. 5, pp. 1281-1306 [B category: ABDC] 
  • Devi Y. and Ganguly Kunal (2021), Social Media in Operations and Supply Chain Management: A Systematic Literature Review to Explore the Future, OSCM Journal, Vol. 14, No. 2, pp. 232 – 248 [C category: ABDC] 
  • Kumar, N. and Ganguly, Kunal (2021), Impact of professionalism of workplace learning support team on learning outcome, Journal of Workplace Learning, DOI 10.1108/JWL-04-2020-0067
  • Kamal Sanguri, Kunal Ganguly, Aman Pandey (2020) Modelling the barriers to low global warming potential refrigerants adoption in developing countries: A case of Indian refrigeration industry, Journal of Cleaner Production, Volume 280, Part 2 [A category: ABDC] 
  • Siddharth Shankar Rai , Irfan Ahmed Ansari , Kunal Ganguly  (2020): Lean Practices in Homestay Operations: A Case Study, Journal of Quality Assurance in Hospitality & Tourism, [B category: ABDC] 
  • Kumar N. and Kunal Ganguly (2019), “External Diffusion of E-Procurement and Firm Financial Performance: Role of Supply Chain Coordination and Transparency, Journal of Enterprise Information Management, Vol. 34 No. 4, pp. 1037-1060  [A category: ABDC] 
  • Ganguly, Kunal and R. K. Padhy. "Analyzing the Risks in Supply Chain Information System Implementations." book chapter in Supply Chain and Logistics Management: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, edited by Information Resources Management Association, IGI Global, 2020
  • Vipin K Singh and Kunal Ganguly, “A supporting framework for estimating no fault found cost: development and application in the aircraft MRO industry”, Journal of Quality in Maintenance Engineering, [B category: ABDC] 
  • Kumar N. and Kunal Ganguly “Non-Financial e-Procurement Performance Measures: Their Interdependence and Impact on Production Cost” International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, vol. 70(1), pages 41-64 [B category: ABDC]
  • Kunal Ganguly "Establishing link between quality management and supply chain risk management: a fuzzy AHP approach” TQM Journal Vol. 32 No. 5, pp. 1039-1057[B category: ABDC]
  • S.S.Rai , Debabrata Das and Kunal Ganguly, “Stage wise Responsiveness in Supply Chain: Reference from Indian Garment Industry" Int. J. of Logistics Systems and Management [C category: ABDC]
  • Kunal Ganguly & Debabrata Das “Analysing the barriers in Indian stone crushing industries: An ISM and fuzzy AHP approach” accepted for publication in International Journal of Applied Management Science , Vol.12, No. 3 [C category: ABDC]
  • Kunal Ganguly and Debabrata Das (2018), “Modelling the Enablers of Supply Risk Management Using Interpretive Structural Methodology” book chapter in Research, Practices, and Innovations in Global Risk and Contingency Management. DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-4754-9.ch016
  • Kunal Ganguly and R.K.Padhy (2018) "Analyzing The Risks In Supply Chain Information System Implementations" Information Resources Management Journal, Vol. 31, No.2, pp. 1-23 [Scopus listed ,C category: ABDC]
  • Kunal Ganguly and S.S.Rai (2018) “Evaluating the performance indicators for supply chain information system implementation using IPA model” Benchmarking – an International Journal, Vol.25, Issue 6, No.pp. 1-23[B category: ABDC]
  • Kunal Ganguly and S.S.Rai (2017) “Ranking Travel and Tourism enablers in India using a fuzzy approach” Asean Journal of Hospitality and Tourism management, Vol. 15, No.1, pp. 3-23 [C category: ABDC]
  • Kunal Ganguly & Gopal Kumar (2018) “Supply chain risk assessment: a fuzzy AHP approach” Operations and Supply Chain Management journal, Vol. 12, No.1, pp. 1-13 [C category: ABDC]
  • Kunal K. Ganguly, R.K. Padhy, Siddharth Shankar Rai, (2017) "Managing the humanitarian supply chain: a fuzzy logic approach", International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment, Vol. 8 Issue: 5, pp.521-536 [Emerald Publication, Scopus listed ]
  • Kunal K. Ganguly, Siddharth Rai, (2017) "Naini Papers: capacity dilemma", Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies, Vol. 7 Issue: 1,pp.1-22  [Emerald Publication]
  • Gopal Kumar, PL Meena, and K. Ganguly (2017) "Joint planning and problem solving roles in supply chain collaboration" IIMB Management Review, Vol 29, No.1, pp33-45 [Elsevier Publication; Scopus Listed, B category: ABDC]
  • Gopal Kumar, P.L. Meena, and Kunal Ganguly (2016), “Collaborative culture and relationship strength roles in collaborative relationships: a supply chain perspective “Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing (JBIM), Vol.31, No.5, pp.587-599 [ A category: ABDC]
  • Ganguly, K.K and Rai,S.S (2015) “Managing the Humanitarian Relief Chain: The Uttarakhand disaster issues” Journal of Advances in Management Research, Vol.12, No.3 [Emerald Publication]
  • Bandopadhyay,P.K., Naik S., Ganguly,K.K (2014) “Reduction of Setup Time through SMED Approach: A Case Study in the Pharmaceutical Industry” International Journal of Applied Management Sciences and Engineering, Vol.2, No.2 pp 20-32 [IGI Publication]
  • Ganguly, K.K (2014) "Supply Risk Management Process: Modeling the enablers for development of a structural framework," International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management, Vol.3, No.4 [IGI Publication]
  • Bandopadhyay,P.K. Ganguly,K.K (2014) “Application of principal component analysis in determining factor weight in point rating system of job evaluation”, Prabandhan: Indian Journal of Management, Vol.7, No.3, pp 15-25 [Scopus listed]
  • Ganguly, K.K (2014)“Integration of Analytic Hierarchy Process and Dempster-Shafer Theory for Supplier Performance Measurement considering risk” International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, Vol.63, No.1 ,pp. 85-102 [Emerald Publication Scopus listed]
  • Ganguly,K.K.  (2013)“A Case Study approach for understanding inbound supply risk assessment” Decision, Volume 40, Issue 1-2, pp 85-97 [Emerald Publication]
  • Ganguly,K.K., Dash,S.B and Bandopadhyay,P.K. (2013) “Compressed new product Development Cycle & its impact on Outsourcing decisions in Auto Component Industry” International Journal of Managing Value and Supply Chains, Vol. 4, No.2, pp. 25-37 
  • Ganguly,K.K. and Guin,K.K. (2013) “A Fuzzy AHP approach for inbound supply risk assessment” Benchmarking – an International Journal, Vol.20. No.1, pp.129-146 [Emerald Publication: Scopus listed]
  • Ganguly,K.K. (2012) “Process Improvement for Rolling Mill through the DMAIC Six Sigma approach” International Journal for Quality Research, Vol.6, No.3, pp. 221-231 [Inderscience Publication]
  • Ganguly,K.K. and Guin,K.K. (2010) “Understanding Supply risk in supply chain:A fuzzy framework” International Journal of Logistic System and Management, Vol8, No3,pp.267-83 [Inderscience Publication: Scopus listed]

Core Courses: Operations Management, Business Statistics
Elective Courses: Quality Management & Six Sigma, Lean Management, Strategic Sourcing Management

  • Won the International Scholarly Articles Contest on the theme “Ozone Layer and the life on Earth”. The contest was organized in honor of the 35th anniversary of the Montreal Protocol, the Joint Project of The State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan for Ecology and Environment Protection (SCEEP), UNDP and GEF in 2022.

  • Dean Development, Head – Executive Education

PhD: Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Masters: Master of Business Management, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Bachelors: BTech, National Institute of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Ranchi University

Supply Chain Management, Quality Management, Maintenance Management

  • UPHSSP (Uttar Pradesh Health System Improvement Project) funded by World Bank
  • Consultancy project during COVID-19 to assess the loss due to the pandemic in the tourism sector of Uttarakhand. The report was used by the Uttarakhand government for policy making