As pharmaceutical recalls continue to hit headlines, an ongoing focus of research for one Fisher College of Business professor is taking on a new urgency. Fisher Prof. John Gray and two co-authors of an unpublished paper recently wrote an article featured in the online edition of U.S. News & World Report that highlights the ongoing | Read more…



Last year, COE talked to Fisher College of Business professors Aravind Chandrasekaran and Kenneth Boyer about fascinating new research they were preparing to publish about the health-care industry. That their work didn’t go unnoticed is an understatement. The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences, or INFORMS, recently honored Chandrasekaran, Boyer and co-author Claire | Read more…



A common complaint from those resistant to lean thinking is that it can’t be applied to processes that aren’t visible, particularly office processes where most decisions are made with e-mail and phone calls. The InBox Simulation our Master of Business Operational Excellence students recently ran with the help of Peg Pennington, Gary Butler and yours | Read more…