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Kelley School of Business
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For 90 years - first in Bloomington and later in Indianapolis - IU's Kelley School of Business has prepared students to lead organizations, start companies, develop new products and services, and shape business knowledge and policy. Its programs are consi...
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Roger Schmenner Bio
Associate Dean - Indianapolis
Kelley School of Business
Roger W. Schmenner is the Richard M. and Myra Louise Buskirk Professor of Manufacturing Management as well as the Associate Dean - Indianapolis Programs at the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University.
Professor Schmenner's research
interests within the field include manufacturing strategy, factory productivity, and manufacturing and service operations location.
has written over 100 published articles, book chapters, and cases including some that have appeared in the Harvard Business Review, Sloan Management Review
, Journal of Operations Management, Decision Sciences, Production and Operations Management
, International Journal of Operations and Production Management
, Quarterly Journal of Economics
, Journal of Urban Economics
, and a number of others.
Schmenner's book, Making Business Location Decisions (Prentice Hall, 1982), is a compendium of much of his
stream of research on industry location.
has authored three textbooks: Production/Operations Management: From the Inside Out (Prentice-Hall, 5th edition, 1993), Plant and Service Tours in Operations Management (Prentice-Hall, 5th edition, 1998), and Service Operations Management (Prentice-Hall, 1995).
He was the editor of the casebook, Cases in Production/ Operations Management (Macmillan, 1986).
has a diverse range of consulting and corporate teaching experience, involving over 80 companies, several industry groups, and more than a dozen federal, state, and local government agencies or departments.
He has served the Kelley School of Business as a department chairman and as the Co-Director of the School's federally funded CIBER (Center for International Business Education and Research).
Schmenner holds an A.B. degree from Princeton University (1969) and a Ph.D. from Yale University (1973), both in economics.
This month we mark the departure ...
This month we mark the departure of three long-serving campus leaders who have contributed greatly to the success of IUPUI: Scott Evenbeck, Roger Schmenner, and Susan Sutton.
Roger joined the faculty of the Kelley School of Business in 1987 and started racking up teaching awards from day one through his retirement this fall.
A graduate of Princeton and Yale, who served on the faculties of Duke, Harvard, and Yale before coming to IUPUI, Roger used his background in economics to study how industry location and other factors affect manufacturing productivity.
research resulted in his
signature theory of "swift even flow.
In addition to serving as executive associate dean of the Kelley School of Business at IUPUI from 1998-2007, Roger has served as a consultant to more than 80 corporations, government agencies, and other organizations.
Curious Cat Management Improvement Blog » Six sigma
I don't think so," said Roger Schmenner, associate dean for Indianapolis programs with the Kelley School of Business.
International Affairs Program Committee, IUPUI
Roger W. Schmenner, Ph.D., Associate Dean, Kelley School of Business
The IUPUI Campus Strategic Plan for Internationalization has increasing international student enrollment as one of its goals.International student enrollment at IUPUI
has increased 50% in the last five years to 646.
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Roger W Schmenner Kelley School of Business, Indiana University