Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management
I obtained my PhD from the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management and my MBA from the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business.
Sustainable Supply Chains, Environmental Operations, Environmental IS
Ph D, Business Administration (Econometrics), University of Minnesota, 2015
MBA, Business Administration, University of Notre Dame, 2010
SCM 405 – Mfg Svc Strat (3)
Investigates manufacturing and services strategies in supply chain networks. SCM 405 Manufacturing and Services Strategies (3)This course examines manufacturing and services strategies, with special emphasis given to quality management concepts, methods, and issues. After completing this course, students will have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to: Explain the role of manufacturing or services operations from the boundary-spanning perspective of supply chain management and how supply chain management can be used as a strategic competitive advantage Articulate how the various components of a manufacturing strategy are integrated, particularly with respect to the use of information technologies for supply chains Effectively apply operational and quality tools useful in implementing manufacturing strategies. Individual and team assignments form the basis for evaluation. Evaluation methods include a combination of class participation, exams, "hands-on" exercises, case studies, and written assignments. This is one of three prescribed foundation courses in the Supply Chain and Information Systems major for which B A 302 "Supply Chains" is a prerequisite. The course is also an important prerequisite for the capstone course in the major, SC&IS 450 "Supply Chain Leadership."