Faculty in the University of Dayton's Department of Management Information Systems, Operations Management, and Decision Sciences conduct high-profile sponsored and independent research in a wide variety of areas, including but not limited to constrained operations; capacity planning; operational hedging; transportation logistics; supply chain management; scheduling; stochastic programming models; energy reduction; competing values; IT staff retention; optimization in the freight rail industry; stock planning and modeling; and business intelligence research.

This collection provides a sampling of faculty scholarship in MIS, Operations Management, and Decision Sciences.


Submissions from 1998


Santa Fe Railway Uses an Operating-plan Model to Improve Its Service Design, Michael F. Gorman

Submissions from 1995


Production Planning and Control Systems-State of the Art and New Directions, V. Sridharan and John J. Kanet

Submissions from 1989


Enhancing Manufacturing Planning and Control Systems Through Artificial Intelligence Techniques, Ronald S. Dattero, John J. Kanet, and Edna M. White