Faculty & Research

Daniel McNamara

Associate Professor : Operations and Supply Chain Management Department
 

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Academic Background

B.S.I.E., University of Dayton
M.S., industrial engineering, University of Wisconsin
Ph.D., industrial engineering, University of Wisconsin

Research Specialties
  • Manufacturing
  • Project management
  • Operations strategy
  • Small group decision making
  • Teaching and learning styles
  • Quality management
Current Research
  • Teaching and the media
  • Teaching and learning styles
Major Works
  • "From Fayol's Mechanistic to Today's Organic Functions of Management." Presentation at the European Applied Business Research (EABR) Conference, Salzburg, Austria, June, 2008.
  • "Teaching Media & Methods." Presentation at the Classrooms of the Future XII Conference, Univeristy of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota, May, 2006.
  • "The Relevance of Business School Education. What do You Think?" Journal of College Teaching & Learning 3:11 (November, 2006).
  • "The Relevance of Business School Education, What Do You Think?" Presented and published in the College Teaching & Learning Conference in Cancun, Mexico, conference proceedings, May, 2006. 
  • "Doing Things Right Or Doing The Right Things? A Wholistic Approach To The UST MBA Curriculum," Presented at the College Teaching & Learning Conference, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, 2005.
  • "From Fahol's Mechanistic to Today's Organic Functions of Management," American Journal of Business Education 2:1 (January/February, 2009): 63-78.
  • "From Fahol's Mechanistic to Today's Organic Functions of Management." Presented and published in the European Applied Business Research (EABR) Conference, Salzburg, Austria, conference proceedings, June, 2008.
Significan Scholarly and Professional Honors
  • Best paper award, European Applied Business Research conference, June 2008.
  • Best paper award, College Teaching & Learning conference, March 2006.