Pedro M. Reyes received his PhD in Management Science in 2002, an MBA in Operations Management in 1999, an MS in Information Systems in 1999 and a BS in Mathematics in 1995 from the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). He is an associate professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management in the Hankamer School of Business and serves as an associate editor for Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education. He is a 2020 recipient of the Elizabeth Vardaman Award for Excellence in Mentoring Undergraduates. He is an Erskine Fellow at the University of Canterbury, received the Hankamer School of Business Young Researcher Award, recognized by the UTA College of Business as a Lawrence Schkade Research Fellow, a member of the Decision Science Institute and is the founder and former director of the Center of Excellence in Supply Chain Management at Baylor University.
Reyes has more than 80 academic and professional presentations, including international presentations in New Zealand, China, Indonesia, Spain, France, Mexico, Canada, and Argentina. His research has been published or accepted in journals such as IEEE Engineering Management Review, International Journal of Production Economics, International Journal of Operations & Production Management, European Journal of Operational Research, Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, Production and Inventory Management Journal, Applied Mathematics and Computation, International Journal of Integrated Supply Management and Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, among others. He is also the author of Global Supply Chain Strategy (Hercher Publishing Inc.), Global Supply Chain Management (Hercher Publishing Inc.) and RFID in the Supply Chain (McGraw-Hill).
Before his academic career, Reyes worked for more than 25 years in operations and supply chain management industry experience in the Greater Dallas area. His professional roles include global supply chain coordinator, materials manager, production manager, production and inventory control manager, quality facilitator, fulfillment supervisor and general manager. He also served as a project manager or on project management teams for quality improvement, global supply chain production and inventory planning process improvement, ISO 9000 certification and re-certification, and ERP systems implementation, such as i2, SAP and Oracle.
- 2002 - PhD in Business Administration; Management Science, The University of Texas at Arlington; Arlington, Texas
- 1999 - MS in Information Systems; The University of Texas at Arlington; Arlington, Texas
- 1999 - MBA; Production Operations Management, The University of Texas at Arlington; Arlington, Texas
- 1995 - BS in Mathematics; Operations Research, The University of Texas at Arlington; Arlington, Texas
- MGT 4345 – Global Supply Chain Management
- MGT 5320 - Manufacturing and Service Operations
- MGT 5445 Global Supply Chain Strategy
- RFID in the Supply Chain
- Industry 4.0 in the Supply Chain
- AI and Machine Learning
- Reyes, P.M., Gravier, M., Jaska, P., & Visich, J.K. "Blockchain impacts on global supply chain operational and managerial business value processes." IEEE Engineering Management Review
- Reyes, P.M., Visich, J., Jaska, P., & Roethlein, C.J. (2021). "Inventory replenishment policies for grocery supply chains using RFID to improve the frontier performance," Journal of Supply Chain and Operations Management; 19(1).
- Reyes, P.M., Mann, J., Jaska, P., Visich, J.K., & Gravier, M. (2021). "Recycle System Design for End-of-Life Electronics." International Journal of Integrated Supply Management, 14(1), 101-129.
- Reyes, P.M., Visich, J.K., & Jaska, P. (2020). "Managing the Dynamics of New Technologies in the Global Supply Chain." IEEE Engineering Management Review, 48(1), 156-162.
- Reyes, P.M., Li, S., & Visich, J.K., (2016). "Determinants of RFID Adoption Stage and Perceived Benefits," European Journal of Operational Research, 254(3), 801-812.
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