Learn the science behind value creation with the Michigan Ross technology and operations faculty.
Social value is created when something is transformed into something else, of higher value to society.
The Technology & Operations department focuses on the design and management of value-creating transformation processes and their enabling technologies.
The Technology & Operations faculty lead their field in both research and teaching by leveraging a unique combination of Ross School programs. Established infrastructure, such as the Tauber Institute for Global Operations and the Ross School’s distinctive Multi-disciplinary Action Projects (MAP), can efficiently put faculty in touch with senior managers in a problem-solving context. This builds our faculty’s institutional knowledge, credibility in the classroom, and ability to identify problems of high business relevance.
Behavioral Operations Management Summer Institute
Twenty-nine doctoral students from universities around the world participated in the inaugural Behavioral Operations Management Summer Institute held at Michigan Ross in June 2019. The institute provided students interested in behavioral research with a solid foundation to make contributions to the field.
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Get details on specific courses including key required classes and electives for Michigan Ross degree programs.
Seminar Series for the Technology & Operations department.
The Tauber Institute partnership between Ross and the College of Engineering provides tools for success in operations, supply chain, or manufacturing.
Learn from the best and connect with industry. See how the Ross Master of Supply Chain Management Program can transform your career.
Ross Technology and Operations Department offers several Elective and Capstone courses for BBA and MBA students
The Center for Value Chain Innovation partners with industry to promote greater innovation and excellence in value chains through interdisciplinary research, through leadership, education, and a proliferation of ideas that address critical business and societal issues.