Faculty & Research
Technology and Operations Management
To better understand and respond to the challenges confronting firms competing in today’s increasingly global and connected society, the Technology and Operations Management (TOM) Area has broadened its focus to encompass the creation, design and operation of firms and their supply networks and the development and delivery of new technologies, products and services.
TOM Area includes faculty members who are active researchers and educators on topics such as sustainability, operations management, entrepreneurship, new ventures, innovation and R&D management, game theory, auction analysis, decision making and collaboration networks. With this range of expertise, TOM faculty are committed to generating, synthesizing, and disseminating knowledge on the formation and management of sustainable firms, processes and technologies.
Faculty Members' Latest Publications
Johnson, M. R. (2023). Forecasting ward-level bed requirements to aid pandemic resource planning: Lessons learned and future directions. Health Care Management Science. http://doi.org/10.1007/s10729-023-09639-2
Park, A., Park, A., Park, A., Tarry, L., Tarry, L., Tarry, L., McCarthy, I., McCarthy, I., McCarthy, I., Heilgenberg, K., Heilgenberg, K., & Heilgenberg, K. (2023). 'What Have We Learned from Market Design?' Blockchain and The Conditions for a Well-Functioning Market. Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (AIS) (pp. 4191-4199). Association for Information Systems.