Department of Decision Sciences
The Department of Decision Sciences is an interdisciplinary department in the School of Business. As a department, it brings together faculty from several fields in the social sciences with a common interest in the normative and positive study of judgment and decision making in the context of an organization, operation or at an individual level, thereby applying qualitative and quantitative approaches, experimental as well as market approaches. We have a particularly strong focus on Supply Chain Management, the coordination and integration of a value network to ensure a continual refinement of products and services with agility, adaptability, and alignment so that they satisfy demands in the global market.
Our faculty have backgrounds spanning from economics and statistics to insurance studies, management science, information systems management and marketing. Many of our faculty have international and industry experience, and the department maintains close links with industry and several designation-granting bodies.
Brian Almquist, PhD (Iowa)
Victor Bilodeau, DBA (Southern Queensland)
Management Information Sciences.
Rickard Enstroem, PhD (Alberta)
Subhadip Ghosh, PhD (Indian Statistical Institute)
Randy Jenne, MEd (Southern Queensland)
Education Technology. CCNA. CCAI.
Rohit Jindal, PhD (Michigan State)
Environmental & Resource Economics
Mico Kurilic, MEng (Alberta)
Engineering & Supply Chain Management
Stephane Lemieux, PhD (Alberta)
Monica Moreno, PhD (Alberta)
Ryan Orchard, MASc (Waterloo)
Joong Son, PhD (Washington)
Operations & Supply Chain Management
Xiaojia (Sunny) Wang, PhD (Hong Kong)
Allan Wesley, MA (Alberta)