Supply Chain Management
MBA, Abilene Christian University at Dallas, 1982; BS Business Administration, Trinity University, 1972
Academic Positions Held
Principal Lecturer, Arizona State University. Visiting Professor, China Europe International Business School: 2006-2009.
Huizingh Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching, W.P. Carey School of Business, 2012; John W. Teets Award for Outstanding Graduate Teaching, W.P. Carey School of Business, 2011; John W. Teets Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching, W.P. Carey School of Business, 2010, 2008, and 2005
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SCM 432 - Control Sys-Supply Chain Mgmt
At the core of all supply chain management processes and essential to the determination and direction of the flow of resources needed to produce goods and services. Uses Microsoft Excel for supporting analysis. Includes processes and methods to forecast, manage inventory, plan needed capacity, determine resources needed for production, determine priority and sequencing of activities, perform master scheduling and material requirements planning.
SCM 479 - Supply Chain Strategy
Discusses the management of supply chains at the strategic level and from a systems point of view. Views key supply chain functions, drivers and metrics within an integrated system. Topics include network design, innovation, sustainability, coordination and management of the critical areas of the supply chain. Class methodology focuses on an open-forum discussion of supply chain strategy and a detailed analysis of case studies. Student teams investigate and report on current news and trends in supply chain management.