Changyue Luo

Distinguished Service Faculty, Operations and Supply Chain Management

luo07286@stthomas.edu

(651) 962-4195

Minneapolis Campus
1000 LaSalle Ave
Terrence Murphy Hall 343A
Minneapolis, MN 55403

B.S., Computer Science, University of Science and Technology of China
M.S., Management Science, University of Science and Technology of China
Ph.D., Operations Management, University of Minnesota - Carlson School of Management

See publications in UST Research Online

Changyue Luo holds a Ph.D. in operations from the University of Minnesota - Carlson School of Management and is a distinguished service faculty member at the Opus College of Business. He also taught at Governors State University in the College of Business and Public Administration, St. John's University, and the New Mexico Institute of Technology. Prior to his career in academia, Luo worked as a computer engineer at the Institute of Computing Technology of China. Luo has published and presented on Journal of Business and Economics Management, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, IEEE Engineering Management Review, European Journal of Innovation Management, and International Journal of Product Development.

Fall 2018 Courses
Fall 2018 Courses
Crs - Sec Title Days Time Location
OPMT 310 - 05 Operations Management M - W - - - - 1335 - 1510 MCH 114
Description of course Operations Management : CRN: 43026 4 Credit Hours
Operations management focuses on planning, coordination and control of activities involved in the transformation of resources into goods and services. This course will examine the concepts and techniques utilized in the management of manufacturing and service operations. This course will focus on the strategic use of the tactical tools of operations management. Topics covered include the management of process, technology, production, six-sigma quality, inventory, supply chain, workforce, business process improvement and lean management in operating systems. After completing this course, students will have a greater appreciation for the strategic power of the operations function and greater knowledge of how effective operations management can enable an organization to attain a sustainable competitive advantage. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing; STAT 220; and MATH 101 or higher; concurrent or previous enrollment in MGMT 305 recommended
Schedule Details
Location Time Day(s)
OPMT 600 - 202 Stat. Methods for Dec. Making See Details * *
Description of course Stat. Methods for Dec. Making : CRN: 43040 3 Credit Hours
This course provides students with a basic understanding of the role of statistics in the gathering of data, the creation of information and its use in decision-making. Students will learn methods for summarizing data, both numerically and graphically, and for drawing conclusions from sample data. Statistical analyses will be carried out using the computer and statistical software. The focus of the course is on how statistical methods can be placed on the design of statistical studies, collection of data, and the interpretation of results (rather than the details of computation). Prerequisite: None
Schedule Details
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SCH 3011800-210005 Sep '18
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SCH 3011800-210012 Sep '18
SCH 3011800-210026 Sep '18
SCH 3011800-210010 Oct '18
SCH 3011800-210024 Oct '18
SCH 3011800-210007 Nov '18
SCH 3011800-210028 Nov '18
SCH 3011800-210012 Dec '18
J-Term 2019 Courses
J-Term 2019 Courses
Crs - Sec Title Days Time Location
Spring 2019 Courses
Spring 2019 Courses
Crs - Sec Title Days Time Location
OPMT 600 - 202 Stat. Methods for Dec. Making See Details * *
Description of course Stat. Methods for Dec. Making : CRN: 22207 3 Credit Hours
This course provides students with a basic understanding of the role of statistics in the gathering of data, the creation of information and its use in decision-making. Students will learn methods for summarizing data, both numerically and graphically, and for drawing conclusions from sample data. Statistical analyses will be carried out using the computer and statistical software. The focus of the course is on how statistical methods can be placed on the design of statistical studies, collection of data, and the interpretation of results (rather than the details of computation). Prerequisite: None
Schedule Details
Location Time Day(s)
SCH 3151800-210006 Feb '19
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SCH 3151800-210013 Feb '19
SCH 3151800-210027 Feb '19
SCH 3151800-210013 Mar '19
SCH 3151800-210003 Apr '19
SCH 3151800-210017 Apr '19
SCH 3151800-210001 May '19
SCH 3151800-210015 May '19
OPMT 600 - 426 Stat. Methods for Dec. Making See Details * *
Description of course Stat. Methods for Dec. Making : CRN: 22209 3 Credit Hours
This course provides students with a basic understanding of the role of statistics in the gathering of data, the creation of information and its use in decision-making. Students will learn methods for summarizing data, both numerically and graphically, and for drawing conclusions from sample data. Statistical analyses will be carried out using the computer and statistical software. The focus of the course is on how statistical methods can be placed on the design of statistical studies, collection of data, and the interpretation of results (rather than the details of computation). Prerequisite: None
Schedule Details
Location Time Day(s)
SCH 4210800-1200- - - R F S -
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Academic and Professional Positions
  • Distinguished Service Faculty, University of St. Thomas, Saint Paul / Minneapolis (2016 - present)
  • Assistant Professor, Governors State University - College of Business and Public Administration, University Park (2008 - present)
  • Assistant Professor, Saint John's University, (2007 - 2008)
  • Assistant Professor, New Mexico Institute of Technology, Socorro (2005 - 2007)
  • Business Analyst, Taylor Corporation, Mankato (2003 - 2004)
  • Computer Engineer, Institute of Computing Technology of China, Beijing (1997 - 1999)

Professional Memberships
  • Academy of Management Association
  • Decision Sciences Institute
  • Institute for Operations Research and Management Sciences
  • Production and Operations Management

Professional Service
  • Academy of Management,
  • Decision Science Institute, Reviewer
  • Journal of Good Governance, Ethics, and Leadership,
  • Production and Operations Management Journal,

Publications
  • Kumar, S., Luo, C., Mallick, D. N., & Luo, B. (forthcoming). Achieving excellence in exploration and exploitation by matching appropriate resources. IEEE Engineering Management Review,
  • Kumar, S., Luo, C., Mallick, D. N., & Luo, B. (forthcoming). Impacts of exploration and exploitation on firm performance and the moderating effects of slack: A panel data analysis. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management,
  • Luo, B., Luo, C., Ge, J., & Zhang, D. (forthcoming). The moderating effects of slack on the relationship between ambidextrous and long term performance: A panel data analysis. Journal of Business Economics and Management, (17)(5), pp. 734-748
  • Luo, C., Zhang, D., & Luo, B. (forthcoming). Ambidextrous strategy and firm performance: The moderating effects of organizational slack and organizational life cycle. Business and Management Studies,
  • Luo, C., Mallick, D. N., & Schroeder, R. G. (2010). Collaborative Product Development (CPD): Exploring the Role of Internal Coordination Capability (ICC) in Supplier Involvement. European Journal of Information Systems, (13)(2), pp. 244-266.
  • Johnson, W., & Luo, C. (2008). NPD project timeliness: The project-level impact of early engineering effort and customer involvement. International Journal of Product Management, (6)(2),

Books and Chapters

Research Interests

Presentations
  • "New program development process: Using a hyflex program as example" Decision Science Institute 2017 Annual conference, Washington D. C., November 01, 2017
  • "Supply Chain in Developing Countries" Decision Science Institute 2017 Annual conference, Washington D. C., November 01, 2017
  • "Longitudinal impacts of exploration and exploitation on performance" Decision Scienceds Institute, Austin, Texas, January 01, 2016
  • "Looking inside the 'black box': How does supply chain collabortion affect new product development time in different stages?" Decision Sciences Institute, Baltimore, Maryland, August 01, 2013
  • "The impacts of mass customization on supply chain integration" Decision Sciences Institute, Boston, Massachusetts, August 01, 2011
  • "Inter-firm collaborative product development (CPD): An integrated theoretical framework" PDMA - Product Development Management Association, Atlanta, Georgia, October 01, 2006