Operations, Information Technology, and Environmental Sustainability

As society grapples with the dual challenges of development and operating within planetary boundaries, innovations in operational and supply chain practices have huge potential to create and sell cleaner products and services that improve the livelihoods of customers, workers and suppliers while sustaining the world’s resources and the natural environment.

This conference seeks to celebrate Hau Lee’s seminal contributions to bringing the triple bottom line of profit, people and the planet to the forefront of the operations management research agenda.

Event Details


February 10–11, 2023


Stanford University campus

Call for Papers

Conference Application

The conference will be limited to 70 attendees in order to allow for in-depth discussion and exchange of ideas. You will be notified of your acceptance beginning on November 11.

Conference Organizers

The Charles A. Holloway Professor of Operations, Information & Technology

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