James Bradley

James Bradley

Hays T. Watkins Professor of Operations Management and Information Technology

Area: Operations and Information Systems Management
Phone: 757-221-2802
Email: [[m|james.bradley]]
Office: Miller Hall 3067-E
CV: {{https://mason.wm.edu/faculty/documents/bradley_2023_cv.pdf, PDF}}
Book on Lean Processes: {{https://mason.wm.edu/faculty/bradley_j/LeanBook,Materials}}


Ph.D., Stanford University
MBA, Tuck School at Dartmouth College
BE Mechanical/Electrical Eng., General Motors Institute

Professor Bradley teaches operations management and information technology at the undergraduate and graduate levels in the Raymond A. Mason School of Business. He was previously on the faculty at the S. C. Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. He has published scholarly work on capacity management, supply chain management, life cycle management, inventory theory, lean manufacturing, performance measurement, and the joint optimization of capacity, inventory, and subcontracting policies. His work makes extensive use of applied probability, optimization and computer simulation. Prior to earning his Ph.D., Professor Bradley worked 15 years in manufacturing with General Motors. His consulting clients have included 3M, Digital Equipment Corporation and the Commonwealth of Virginia Employment Commission.