Hector H. Guerrero: PhD, University of Washington; BS Electrical Engineering, University of Texas; MBA, University of Texas.
Dr. Guerrero is a professor and former Director of the Resident MBA Program at the College of William and Mary, School of Business in Williamsburg, Virginia. He teaches in the area manufacturing planning and control, statistics, information systems, general management, and business quantitative methods to MBA's, Executive MBA's, and undergraduates. He has previously taught at the Amos Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, and the College of Business of the University of Notre Dame. Professionally he is active in the areas of Operations Management and Information Systems. He has published scholarly articles on the topics of material requirements planning, automated manufacturing, group technology, intelligent systems, forecasting, inventory and safety stock planning, and demand management.
Professor Guerrero has experience in consulting and executive education with a wide variety of clients-- U.S. Government, Latin American firms, as well as many small and large U.S. manufacturing and service firms. Some of his clients include IBM, Arthur Andersen, Miles Laboratories, Sterling Drugs, Lockheed, Digital Equipment, AMF Bowling, Welsh Oil, Trout Trading Co., Müller Martini Manufacturing Corp., U.S. Department of Labor, Virginia Dept. of Planning and Budget, South Carolina Department of Corrections, U.S. Department of Justice, High Technology Corporation, Newport News Shipbuilding Corp., Atlantic Ordnance Command, and Department of Homeland Security.
Areas of Interest/Expertise
- Process Design/Product Design
- Manufacturing Planning & Control
- Decision Making
- Production Scheduling