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Teaching

I believe that operations management is best taught in the context of how an organization achieves its mission. I develop my course content to not just teach students the tools of OM, but to introduce strategic frameworks that allow students to understand how OM fits into the broader management curriculum. Both my industry experience and a case-based teaching approach allow me to give students realistic practice in analyzing and solving complex managerial problems. 

Courses I've taught at Krannert School of Management:
  • Global Supply Chain Management: Core course in the MS GSCM program
  • Experiential Learning in Operations Management: Core course in the MS GSCM program
  • Manufacturing Planning and Control: Elective course in the MS GSCM/MBA programs
  • Project Management: Elective course in the MS GSCM/MBA programs
  • Intro to Supply Chain, Information, and Analytics (co-taught with R. Dejoie and J. Kalish): Elective course for undergraduate management students
  • Advanced Manufacturing Planning and Control: Elective course for undergraduate management students

Courses I've taught at Driehaus School of Business (DePaul University):
  • Operations Management: Core course in the MBA program
  • Principles of Operations Management: Core course for all undergraduate business students
  • Quality Management: Elective course for undergraduate business students