This course is an intensive introduction to various scientific perspectives on the processes through which people make decisions. Perspectives covered include cognitive psychology of human problem-solving, judgment and choice, theories of rational judgment and decision, and the mathematical theory of games. Much of the material is technically rigorous. Prior or current enrollment in STAT 101 or the equivalent, although not required, is strongly recommended.
OIDD940 - Operations Management
Concepts, models, and theories relevant to the management of the processes required to provide goods or services to consumers in both the public and private sectors. Includes production, inventory and distribution functions, scheduling of service or manufacturing activities, facility capacity planning and design, location analysis, product design and choice of technology. The methodological basis for the course includes management science, economic theory,organization theory, and management information system theory.
Best Paper Award, Manufacturing and Service Operations Management Society, INFORMS, 2010
Best Paper Award, Behavioral Operations Section, INFORMS, 2009
Wickham Skinner Early Career Research Accomplishments Award, Production and Operations Management Society, 2008
Schwabacher Fellowship, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley, 2008-2009
Meritorious Service Award, Manufacturing and Service Operations Management, 2007
Junior Faculty Paper Competition, INFORMS, Honorable Mention, 2006
George E. Dantzig Dissertation Award, INFORMS, Honorable Mention, 2004