Massimiliano Schiraldi

University of Rome Tor VergataItaly

Associate Professor in Manufacturing Systems Engineering, PhD in Engineering and Management, MBA, he teaches courses of Operations Management since 2001. At “Tor Vergata” University in Rome lectures courses of Design of Manufacturing Systems and of Production Management at the School of Engineering; lectures Lean Manufacturing at the Master in Enterprise Engineering. Since May 2013, charged of the Quality of the Didactical and Research Activities of the Department of Enterprise Engineering. Instructor in several Master programs, including the MBA of Stoà Institute, the Lean Manufacturing Master of the University of Trieste, the iMBA of Argosy University (USA) and Università Marconi (Italy), the EMBA of Luiss “Guido Carli” University. Guest Professor at the Guizhou University of Finance & Economics in Guiyang, China. Founder and President of the Scientific Committee of Operations Management Team s.r.l., an Academic Spinoff operating in consultancy sector. Every year teaches more than 200 students in the Engineering School, and organizes an average of 15 students internships in various industrial companies. To date, has supervised more than 200 students in their thesis work. Author of more than 80 scientific publications related to Operations Management. He participated in more than 25 projects with industrial companies at national or international level and was nominated as technical advisor (CTU) in two arbitration procedures on trials for over 20 M€ each, related to manufacturing and process industry.

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Operations Management is an area of business concerned with managing the process that converts inputs into outputs, in the form of goods and/or services. Increasingly complex environments together with the recent economic swings and substantially squeezed industrial margins put extra pressure on companies, and decision makers are pushed to increase operations efficiency and effectiveness. This book presents the contributions of a selected group of researchers, reporting new ideas, original results and practical experiences as well as systematizing some fundamental topics in Operations Management. Although it represents only a small sample of the research activity on Operations Management, people from diverse backgrounds, academia, industry and research as well as engineering students can take advantage of this volume.

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