Norman A. Aggon

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Senior Instructor of Supply Chain & Information Systems

Office Address 424 Business Building
Phone Number 814-863-2644
Email Address nxa12@psu.edu

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Education

MBA, James Madison University, 1981

Courses Taught

SCM 597E – Supply Chain Financials (1)
Formal courses given on a topical or special interest subject which may beoffered infrequently; several different topics may be tuaght in one year orsemester.

SCM 800 – Supply Chain Management (4)
Introduction to the strategic framework, issues, and methods for integratingsupply and demand management within and across companies.

SCM 850 – Supply Chain Design and Strategy (4)
Design and management of supply chain networks, emphasizing the alignment ofsupply chain networks with corporate competitive strategy.

SCM 399 – Foreign Studies (3)
Courses offered in foreign countries by individual or group instruction.

SCM 450W – Strategic Design and Management of Supply Chains (3)
Strategic design and management of supply chains.

SCM 301 – Supply Chain Management (3)
Supply chain management concepts, principles, and methodologies.

MIS 204 – Introduction to Business Information Systems (3)
Introduction to the use of information systems in business organizations.

SCM 450 – Strategic Design and Management of Supply Chains (3)
Strategic design and management of supply chains.

MIS 297S – First Year Seminar in Business Information Systems (3)
The course introduces the role of information systems in business organizations while assisting students in adjusting to college life.

SCM 496 – Independent Studies (variable)
Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.

SC&IS 450 – Strategic Design and Management of Supply Chains (3)
Strategic design and management of supply chains, with emphasis on managing inventory, capacity, and cross-firm/cross-functional relationships.

B A 302H – Supply Chains (2)
An overview of the strategic role of operations in both Manufacturing and Service Operations.

B LOG 425W – Management of Logistics Supply Chains (3)
Issues and practices with respect to technology adoption, change management, financial/capability assessment, and relationship management in supply chain networks.

OISM 496 – Independent Studies (variable)
Creative projects, including research and design, which are supervised on an individual basis and which fall outside the scope of formal courses.

B A 302 – Supply Chains (2)
An overview of the strategic role of operations in both Manufacturing and Service Operations.

MS&IS 391 – Introduction to Management Science and Information Systems (2)
Introduction to the quantitative solution of business problems in modern decision support systems.

QMM 491 – Introduction to Business Concepts for Manufacturing (3)
Introduction to business, topics in marketing, accounting, and finance for nonbusiness students in manufacturing management.

M I S 204 (2)
Introduction to the use of information systems in business organizations.

PSU 006 (1)
Facilitate student's adjustment to the high expectations, demanding workload, increased academic liberties, and other aspects of the transition to college life.