James E. Robison Professor of Business Administration, Emeritus
Education: Yale University, Bachelor of Engineering; Harvard Business School, MBA (with distinction), DBA, and Advanced Mathematics.
Experience: Honeywell Corporation, various management positions; Harvard University, Professor of Business Administration.
Other Teaching Experience: Manufacturing lectures and/or courses at: University of Western Ontario, Northwestern University, MIT, IPADE (Mexico), INCAE (Central America), University of Houston, Colby College, University of Indiana, Stanford University, INSEAD (France), IESE (Spain), University of Virginia, Marquette University, University of Santa Clara, Dalhousie University, and University of Melbourne. Management Development Programs in Vietnam, Costa Rica, Canada, Nicaragua, Australia, Tunisia, Turkey, France, Mexico, Spain, Singapore, Italy, Switzerland, and Argentina. Research in international manufacturing problems in Turkey, Vietnam, Pakistan, Nicaragua, India, South Africa, Nigeria, Spain, and Costa Rica.
Director of former director of: Wilevco Corporation, Dynamics Research Corporation, Helix Technology, Inc., Copeland Corporation, Scientific Atlanta, Holmberg Electronics, Chronar Corporation, Natural Resources Council of Maine, Operations Management Association, LE Shaw, Audubon Expedition Insitute, United TImber Corp., and Bath Iron Works.
Author of numerous books and articles.
Honors: Fellow of Academy of Management; Recipient of McKinsey Prize for best article in Harvard Business Review; Harvard Business School Distinguished Service Award;