About This Course
Frameworks/processes for decision-making. Analyzing causes, effects of problems, and solutions in organizations. Creativity, team building. Case studies, final real-world project, online presentation.
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison; M.S., Industrial Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison; B.S., industrial engineering, University of Dayton
Daniel E. McNamara has been a college professor for more than 35 years and has more than 25 years' experience in project management and in operations management. He currently teaches master's level and undergraduate courses at various Twin Cities universities. He also teaches courses in statistics, operations research, and project management. His research interests include the development of a set of new organic principles of management to be used in today's chaotic environment, as well as the relevance of today's business school research for real-world practitioners.
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