GTS-Global Technology Solutions, LECCA, LSCM


Lectures 2016 lscm


Dr. Denny J. Cho, Professor, AUCA BA/MBA, Kyrgyzstan; President, GTS, Kyrgyzstan; (UPENN Wharton/SEAS, USA)
  • Denny Cho

    Dr. Denny Cho Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, USA M.B.A., Widener University, USA M.S., University of Tennessee Space Institute, USA B.S., The Pennsylvania State University, USA

  • President, Global Technology Solutions Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

  • Professor, AUCA Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
    Tel. (996) 312 66 11 14

Denny J Cho is an experienced Professor in teaching Systems Engineering and Business Management in manufacturing, aviation, decision making, program management, supply chain management, logistics and transportation by connecting principles and theories with real world issues and challenges. Currently, he is working at the MBA/BA Department of the American University of Central Asia as a Professor and also serves as the head of the LSCM program. Dr. Cho has also taught for both Wharton Business and SEAS Schools at the University of Pennsylvania from 2002-2006. Denny Cho is also a proven and effective Entrepreneur, Program Manager, and Leader with over 30 years of broad, balanced, and overall management and technical experience in developing advanced aviation and IT technologies. Dr. Cho has established Global Technology Solutions since 2012 to provide business management and technology consulting, IT software program development, and IT hardware technology services. From 1992 to 2011, Dr. Cho worked at The Boeing Company (PA, USA) as Program Manager/Associate Technical Fellow to manage and lead many programmatic and technical activities. He also served as Administrative FAA DER to manage BB609 Type Certification for FAA. He has excellent business and technical acumen in many aspects of the enterprise value chain, including strategic planning and business development, proposal preparation, technical requirements management, multidisciplinary system design trade and optimization, testing and integration, supplier management, and manufacturing.


Dr. Andre Kreie, Vice Dean, German Academy for Foreign Trade and Logistics, Germany; Program Manager, Kuehne Foundation, Switzerland

  • Dr. Andre Kreie

    Dr. Andre Kreie Ph.D., Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh MSc, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh B.A., German Academy for Foreign Trade and Logistics, Bremen, Germany

  • Vice Dean, German Academy of Foreign Trade and Logistics (DAV) 28359 Bremen, Germany

  • Program Manager, Kuehne Foundation 8834 Schindellegi, Switzerland
    Tel. +49 151 2757 5056; +41 79 326 78 37

Andre Kreie is Project Manager with the Kuehne-Foundation based in Schindellegi, Switzerland, and also works as Vice Dean at the German Academy for Foreign Trade and Logistics (DAV) in Bremen, Germany. He is a Business Economist and holds a PhD and Masters in Logistics and Supply Chain Management from Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK. Prior to joining the Kuehne Foundation, Andre gained work experience in the supply chain business with a globally operating logistics service provider and worked as project manager for logistics design and operations with a leading European DIY-retailer. Andre has been teaching intensively in business programs at different universities and his research interest is on organizational and network learning, and supply chain risk management to enable the adaptations of logistical systems to a changing environment such as climate change, for example. Present activities for the Kuehne-Foundation involve projects in advanced and higher education in logistics as well as in humanitarian logistics with a particular focus on logistics training of NGO staff.

Dr. Hans Voorrdijk, Associate Professor, Twente University, Netherlands
  • Dr. Hans Voordijk

    Dr. Hans Voordijk PhD., Maastricht University (UM)., Netherlands MSc., Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR), Netherlands MA., Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR), Netherlands

  • Associate Professor, Department Construction Management & Engineering Twente University, Netherlands Room Horsttoren T-313
    Tel. +31 (0)53 489 4214
    Tel. secretary +31 (0)53 489 4254
    Fax +31 (0)53 489 2511

Dr. Hans Voordijk is Associate Professor in Supply Chain Management at the Department of Construction Management and Engineering of the Twente University. Before he joined this university, he was project manager at the Netherlands Organization of Applied Scientific Research (TNO), Assistant Professor at Tilburg University and lecturer at Asmara University, Eritrea. Hans was member of the Board of Supervisory Directors of Ubbink B.V. He started his career as Research Assistant at the Maastricht Economic Research Institute on Innovation and Technology (MERIT) of Maastricht University. Academic member of the Visualization and Simulation Center of Twente University Member of the University of Twente Initiative of Purchasing Studies (UTIPS). Member of the International Purchasing and Supply Education and Research Association (IPSERA).



Registration Fee

  • $350, including lunches & coffee breaks for 3 days as well as seminar bulk pack & course text book
  • 5% discount for the government personnel and educational Institutions in Kyrgyz Republic
  • Additional 5% for early registration by 30 April 2015.
  • Additional discount available on case-by-case basis.
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LSCM Date and Location

  • June 3/4/5 (Wed, Thur, Fri), City Hotel
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