From Light Frequency Identification (LFID) to Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) in the Supply Chain, by Farhad Moeeni, Arkansas State University. Decision Line, May 2006, v37n3.
Transportation and the World Economy, by Michael F. Gorman, University of Dayton. Decision Line, March 2006, v37n2.
The “ACID Test”: An Extension of the Case Method, by Vidyaranya B. Gargeya, Bryan School of Business and Economics, University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Decision Line, July 2005, v36n4.
Disruption in Supply Chain Due to September 11, 2001, by Sang M. Lee and Marijane E. Hancock, University of Nebraska – Lincoln. Decision Line, March 2005, v36n2.
Shaping Product Usability through Attention to Detail: From the Classroom to the Real World, by Sunil Babbar, College of Business, Florida Atlantic University. Decision Line, Jan. 2005, v36n1.
feature articles from Decision
Operations Alive: Services Management!, by Scott E. Sampson, Brigham Young University (v31n4).
Data Envelopment Analysis: Models and Extensions, by Srinivas Talluri, Silberman College of Business Administration, Fairleigh Dickinson University (v31n3).
Understanding Patient Flow, by Murray J. Côté, Department of Health Care Administration, Trinity University (v31n2).
Links and Levels: Minimizing Problems in Cross-Functional Research Using the Principles of Data Modeling, by Diane H. Parente, Pennsylvania State University - Erie (v30n5).
Environmental and operations management face the future, by Linda C. Angell, The Pennsylvania State University (v30n3).
Curriculum and Research in Service Operations Management, by James A. Fitzsimmons, University of Texas at Austin (v30n1).
Purchasing Transportation Services, by Amelia S. Carr and LaTonya A. Green, The Ohio State University (v29n5).
Managing global operations: Focus on expatriates, by Mary Blonigen, The Scotts Company (v29n4).
More cinematic ticklers for the OM classroom, Karen Brown, Seattle University; Nancy Lea Hyer, Vanderbilt University; Dwight Smith-Daniels, Arizona State University; Linda Sprague, University of New Hampshire and Cranfield University (v29n3).
Easy Simulation on Spreadsheets without Add-ins, by John T. Simon, College of Commerce and Economics, Sultan Qaboos University, Sultanate of Oman (v29n2).
Using the Web in the teaching of operations management, by David Hartvigsen, University of Notre Dame (v29n1).
The "Quality" Content of Operations Management Courses in Australasian MBA Programs, by André M. Everett and Lynn McAlevey, University of Otago (v28n5).
My Operations Management Students Love Linear Programming, by Rohit Verma, DePaul University (v28n4).
Teaching Project Management to MBA's: The Means to How Many Ends? by Dwight Smith-Daniels, Arizona State University (v28n3).
Business and Engineering Collaboration: Strategic Partners or Strangers Passing in the Night?, by Vicki Smith-Daniels, Department of Management, Arizona State University (v28n2).
Cinematic Ticklers Add Interest in the OM Classroom, by Karen Brown, Seattle University, Nancy Lea Hyer, Vanderbilt University, Dwight Smith-Daniels, Arizona State University, and Linda Sprague, University of New Hampshire and Cranfield University (v28n1)
Cornell's semester in manufacturing: An innovative graduate-level teaching approach, by Ronald W. Matthews, Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University (v27n5).
Demands for relevance and beyond, by Daniel C. Steele, Management Science Department, University of South Carolina (v27n4).
International Study Tours: Options and Approaches
Karen A. Brown, Albers School of Business and Economics, Seattle University; and Keong Leong, Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University (v27n3).
Towards Greater Relevance in Production and Operations Management (p. 9, 10, 11): , by Manoj K. Malhotra, College of Business Administration, University of South Carolina (v27n2).
International Study Tours Can Enrich Business Curricula, by Karen A. Brown, Albers School of Business and Economics, Seattle University (v27n1).
From Russia with Love: Observations on Business Education in Siberia, by Peter William Stonebraker, Northeastern Illinois University; Alexander Arcentovich Lobut and Sergei Nicholaevich Polbitsyn, Urals State Pedagogic University (v26n5).
Observations on manufacturing management in Siberia, by Peter William Stonebraker, Northeastern Illinois University; Alexander Arcentovich Lobut and Sergei Nicholaevich Polbitsyn, Urals State Pedagogic University (v26n4).
Quality Management and Corporate Partnerships at the Ohio State University, by David A. Collier, The Ohio State University (v26n3).
So You Want To Be a Professor?, by Chan K. Hahn, Bowling Green State University (v26n2).
Beyond a Science of Operations Management, by Chen H. Chung School of Management, University of Kentucky (v25n5).
In Search of the Correct--And Teachable--MRP Tableau, by Warren W. Fisher Stephen F. Austin State University (v25n4).
Making Operations Management a Science, by John G. Wacker, Iowa State University (v25n3).
The Value of Empirical Research, by Joseph R. Carter, Arizona State University (v25n2).
OM research in the 21st century, by Soumen Ghosh, Georgia Institute of Technology (v25n1).
Measuring Academic Quality: The UK Experience, by Steve New, Manchester School of Management, UMIST (v24n5).
Why Can't We Practice What We Preach?, by Mark M. Davis, Bentley College (v24n4).
Doctoral Programs for the 21st Century, by Michael J. Showalter,
Florida State University (v24n3).
Many of the above articles, which first appeared in Decision Line, are in Adobe Reader (pdf) format.
Holly S. Lewis, Feature Editor of Production/Operations Management
Pennsylvania State University