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Nick Vyas
Assistant Professor of Clinical Data Sciences and Operations

USC Marshall School of Business
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0808

MBA, B.S., California Polytechnic University, Pomona


Mr. Nick Vyas is a nationally recognized expert in Global Supply Chain and Lean Six Sigma application with practical and academic knowledge. He has run global supply chain for fortune 50 companies with proven results and robust transformation. He is a master black belt who is passionate about the continuous improvement in a holistic manner. He currently is leading efforts at USC Marshall School of Business in the area of Global Supply Chain. He also teaches hands on Supply Chain Management and Lean Six Sigma courses at Cal Poly Pomona to mid/senior level executives from various industries such as Retail, Health Care, Government Service, Manufacturing, and nonprofit organizations. Along with his passion for LSS, Mr. Vyas has helped Fortune 50 to 100 companies achieve outstanding results in the area of distribution, operations, and transportation across various industry sectors. His expertise covers End to End (E2E) Supply Chain, process design-redesign and driving efficiency.


Vyas, N. V. (2017) "D.R. role post Panama canal expansion with Logistic cluster,".
Vyas, N., and Sosic, G. (2016) "Sustainable port operation,".
Vyas, N. (2016) "The Essence of Lean in Supply Chain," Business and Economics Journal.
Vyas, N. (2016) "Turning Disruptive Technology into a Positive," Inside Supply Management Magazine.
Vyas, N. (2016) "Turning Disruptive Technology into a Positive," Institute of Supply Managememnt, 3rd (July, 2016),
Vyas, N. (2016) "Disruptive Technology and its impact on Global Supply Chain Management," Supply Chain Management, January, 2016.
Vyas, N. (2015) "Panama Canal Expansion and its Impact on East and Gulf Coast Ports of USA," Maritime Policy and Mangement, October, 2015.
Vyas, N. (2015) "Four Compass Points of Modern Global Supply Chain,".
Vyas, N. (2015) "Four Compass of Points of Modern Global Supply Chain," Supply Chain Management, Sep-Oct, 2015, 267 St Albans Ave.