Madan, Manohar

At UW-Whitewater

Affiliation
University - Faculty/Staff
Department
IT SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Position
PROFESSOR
Office Phone
(262) 472-5455
Office Location
HH 4519

Ph.D.
Operations Management
University of Tennessee
1988
M.S.
Engineering Management
University of Detroit
1979
B.E.
Mechanical Engineering
M.S. University, India
1977

CPIM (Recertified)
APICS
November 30, 2013
CPIM
APICS
November 1997

ISM
September 2010 - Current
APICS
June 1997 - Current

Exploring a Project Management Approach to Managing Educational Programs
Kingsley Gnanendran
Operations Improvement in Education Sector using the Theory of Constraints
Choton Basu and Tom Bramorski
An Integrated Approach for Line Balancing and Production Scheduling
S. Kingsley Gnanendran
Supply Chain Management
An Integrated Approach for Line Balancing and Production Scheduling
S. Kingsley Gnanendran
“An Approach to Simulataneous Line-balancing and scheduling”
Kingsley Gnanendran and Arunachalam Narayanan
Reconfiguration of Production Lines Under Time-Varying Demand
Ki. Gnanendran
Application of the Theory of Constraints (TOC) in Education Business
Tom Bramorski
Reconfiguration of Production Lines under Time-Varying Demand
K. Gnanendran
ERP IMPLEMENTATION IN INDIA: LESSONS FROM THREE SUCCESS STORIES
Motwani, J and Akbulut A.Y.
Production and Allocation Decisions in the Presence of Shortages
C.H. Cheng, Jay Sounderpandian
Incorporating Line Efficiency Considerations in Production Planning
Gnanendran K
A Solution Algorithm for the Lot-Sizing Problem.

Evaluating Student perceptions of Course Delivery Platforms
The Journal of College Teaching and Learning
Vol. 13 Iss. 1
Is data mining of manufacturing data beyond first order analysis of value? A case study."
Journal of Decision Systems
Vol. 25 Iss. Sup1 (2016) Pg. 572-577
A Production Planning Model for Reconfiqurable Lines
Journal of Applied Business Reesearch
Vol. 31(6) Pg. 1165-1178
A Lagrangean Relaxation Approach for Capacitated Lot-sizing Problem with setup times
Inderscience Publishers
Vol. 18 Iss. 3 Pg. 272-303
An algorithm using Lagrangean relaxation and decomposition for solving a capacitated lot-sizing problem
International Journal of Math in Operations Research
Vol. 2 Iss. 2 Pg. 205-232
An improved heuristic for the Capacitated Lot-Sizing problem
International Journal of Operations Research
Vol. 7 Iss. 1 Pg. 90-108
Supplies from Developing Countries: Optimal Order Quantities under Loss Risks
OMEGA - The International Journal of Management Science
Vol. 36 Iss. 1 Pg. 122 -
Developing and Delivering Online Courses
IGI - Global Books
Production and Allocation Decisions in the Presence of Shortages
The Business Review, Cambridge
Vol. 7 Iss. 2 Pg. pg 162-168
Build to order supply chains in developed and developing countries
Journal of Operations Management
Vol. 23 Iss. 5
A study of multi-level layouts on quality
International Journal of Quality and Productivity Management
Vol. 4 Pg. 2-32
Using information technology to improve downstream supply chain operations: A case study
Business Process Management Journal
Vol. 9 Iss. 1 Pg. 69-80
Solving the capacitated lot-sizing problem with backorder consideration
Journal of the Operational Research Society
Vol. 52 Iss. 8

University of West Indies
Guyana
Developed and delivered Execiutive MBA course
University of West Indies
Trinidad
Developed and delivered Executed MBA course
University of West Indies
Conducted 2-day on Global Supply Chain Management Workshop at the Lok Jack School of Business, Trinidad, University of West Indies.
UWI, Trinidad
Trinidad
Executuve MBA course
UWI, Trinidad
Trinidad
Supply Chain Workshop for Managers
UWI, Trinidad
Trinidad
Executive MBA Course
CEIBS, Shanghai
Shanghai
Project Management training for Company Executives
CEIBS, Shanghai
Shanghai
Project Management training for Company Executives

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