My teaching expertise lies in operations management (OM) and revenue management analytics. Over the years, I have had the privilege of teaching OM courses to diverse student groups at various degree levels, including Executive MBAs, MBAs, undergraduates, and non-business-major graduates. Additionally, I have had the opportunity to teach revenue management analytics to doctoral students. The exposure to various student groups has enabled me to approach course materials from various angles and develop a unique teaching philosophy.
OM stands as one of the most quantitative courses in the MBA core curriculum. In my view, the OM course not only equips students with the essential knowledge of managing operations but also serves as a crucial training ground for developing data-driven decision-making skills – a competency that is becoming increasingly important in the modern business world. As an educator, I firmly believe that students derive the most benefit from quantitative courses when they can readily apply the course materials in their own work. To make the course more practical and applicable, I have implemented several strategies in both content design and delivery. I aim to provide students with a dynamic and engaging educational journey that prepares them to thrive in the ever-evolving business landscape.
Courses I have taught at Cornell University:
NCCB 5080: Managing Operations (for EMBA students)
NCC 5080: Managing Operations (for MBA students)
HADM 9330: Revenue Management Analytics (for doctoral students)
NRE 5160: OTIM Pro-Seminar (for doctoral students)
NCC 5580: Managing Operations (for non-Johnson graduate students)
AEM 4940: Operations Management (for Dyson undergraduate students)
Courses I have taught at University of Michigan: