Heimo Losbichler is Professor of Finance and Department Chair of Finance at Steyr University, Austria. He is an elected member of the board of the International Controller Association. Dr. Losbichler's research and teaching interests include value-based management, financial performance analysis, activity based costing, and financial performance measurement within the supply chain. He has published his research in leading German academic and professional journals. Dr. Losbichler served as the CEO of Baudatentechnik GMBH (an Austrian IT company) for three years and has consulted extensively with several leading Austrian companies.
Mark Frascatore is Associate Professor of Economics at Clarkson University. His research interests include incentive contracting as well as identifying the benefits of research joint ventures. Dr. Frascatore has published numerous research articles in leading economics and operations journals such as the Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy, the International Journal of Industrial Organization, and the European Journal of Operational Research. He has taught courses in Industrial, Personnel, and Engineering Economics at the graduate and undergraduate levels. He also has experience as an industry consultant and has worked as a research associate at an antitrust economic consulting firm in Washington, DC.
Dennis Yu is Assistant Professor of Operations Management. Dr. Yu received his Ph.D. in Operations Management from Washington University in St. Louis. His research interests include revenue management, risk management and product line design in supply chain management. He has published his research in leading academic journals such as Production and Operations Management, Computers and Operations Research, and Journal of the Operational Research Society. Dr. Yu is also involved in a research project on operations strategies funded by National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC).
Stephen Sauer is Assistant Professor of Organizational Studies at Clarkson University’s School of Business. His research interests focus on issues of leadership, influence, and status in team processes. Dr. Sauer teaches courses in Leadership, Organizational Behavior, and Negotiations at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. He has also conducted a number of executive education and leadership effectiveness workshops and seminars. Dr. Sauer received a PhD in Management and organizational Behavior from Cornell University. Prior to embarking on an academic career, he worked as an organizational change consultant and as a plant manager, as well as serving for seven years as an officer in the US Army.
Santosh Mahapatra is Assistant Professor of Operations Management. Dr. Mahapatra received his Ph.D. in Operations and Sourcing Management from Michigan State University. He teaches courses in production management, supply chain management, and quality management. His research interests include strategic sourcing, total quality management, lean manufacturing, and green supply chain strategy. Dr. Mahapatra's research has been published in a variety of academic journals such as Decision Sciences Journal, International Journal of Production Economics, Industrial Marketing Management, International Journal of Productivity and Quality Management, and Operations and Management Research. Prior to his academic career, he worked as an engineer in the energy sector and as an industry analyst in India.
Mike Wasserman is Associate Professor of Organizational Studies at Clarkson University. Dr. Wasserman's research interests include the integration of technology and human capital into business strategy as well as the linkages among managerial thinking, technology architectures, and firm performance. His research has been published in a wide variety of leading journals, including the Journal of Supply Chain Management, Journal of Applied Psychology, and Human Performance. Dr. Wasserman has extensive experience teaching graduate courses in strategic and technology management. He has consulted with, and provided corporate education for, a variety of organizations over the past 15 years.