Operations is concerned with everything related to making a product or providing a service. It includes an understanding of the design and implementation of model-based systems for planning, controlling, and improving operations and the use of analytical aids for managerial decision-making in such areas as new technology, management of scarce resources, productivity, quality assurance, and workforce management. Operations concepts are equally applicable to the service sector.

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David Barrett

Assistant Professor
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David Wood

Lecturer
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Dina Ribbink

Assistant Professor
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Gal Raz

Associate Professor
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J.A. (Jim) Erskine

Professor Emeritus
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J.S. (John) Haywood-Farmer

Professor Emeritus
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L.J. (Larry) Menor

Associate Professor
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Mike Dixon

Assistant Professor
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Michiel R. (Mike) Leenders

Professor Emeritus
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Robert D. Klassen

Professor,Deans' Office
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Stephan Vachon

Associate Professor