David Steven Jacoby

  • Adjunct Professor

  • Operations Management

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David Steven Jacoby

David Steven Jacoby is an Adjunct Professor of Operations Management at New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering, a Senior Fellow at Boston University’s Institute for Sustainable Energy, and a former adjunct professor at Boston University’s Questrom Graduate School of Business. He wrote Guide to Supply Chain Management for The Economist, Reinventing the Energy Value Chain for PennWell Books, and four other books. He earned his MBA and a Masters of Arts from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania,  and his academic and professional contributions to the field of supply chain management span hundreds of publications and media events. He holds supply chain certifications including C.P.M. CTL, CIRM, CFPM, CSCP, and AEE.

He is also the President of Boston Strategies International, a consultancy dedicated to helping Global 1000 companies build high-performing, carbon-neutral supply chains through digitalization, artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, and renewable fuels. He also founded BSI Energy, a SaaS solution provider that helps companies accelerate their transition to clean energy via a series of best practice analytical templates and digital tools. David also serves as an advisory board member of New York Energy Week and a Chief Judge at the International Supply Chain Educational Association. Previously he held international roles at Kearney and Oliver Wyman in the United States, France, Brazil, Hong Kong, and elsewhere.

David is passionate about building businesses that transform global supply chains. Based on extensive management experience in energy, automotive, transport, and retail in more than 50 countries managing and advising executive leadership teams, he has deep and practical first-hand knowledge of what’s on the other end of your international supply chain and how you can use that information to reduce cost, grow revenue, and increase shareholder value.

  • MG6303: Graduate Operations Management (Section C)

MBA (Wharton)
M.A. (Lauder)
B.S. Economics (U. Penn)