Roberto Perez-Franco currently serves as Director of the MIT Supply Chain Strategy Lab (a continuation of MIT’s Supply Chain 2020 Project) and as Director of Digital Learning at MIT’s Center for Transportation and Logistics. Roberto was also part of the Future Freight Flows Project (2010-2012). Roberto’s main research interest is supply chain strategy. Since 2006 he has been developing, testing and documenting methods to capture, evaluate, and reformulate a firm’s supply chain strategy as a conceptual system. These methods have been applied to multiple projects in Europe, South America, and North America. They have also been taught as a class on supply chain strategy to MIT students, GCLOG students and in CTL’s Executive Education. Roberto’s methodological interests are mainly qualitative, and include collaborative management research, grounded theory, case study research and survey research methods. Between July 2011 and January 2016, Roberto served as Director of the Graduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (GCLOG) Program of the MIT Global SCALE Network.