Senior Lecturer
Senior Lecturer | Grainger Center for Supply Chain Management|Marketing
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Biography

Pete Lukszys is senior lecturer and director of applied projects for the Grainger Center for Supply Chain Management at the Wisconsin School of Business. Pete currently teaches several courses in the undergraduate and full-time MBA programs. Pete developed courses in logistics and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems that he teaches as part of the supply chain management curriculum. Pete is the SAP University Alliance faculty liaison and was instrumental in implementing SAP technology for educational use. He is a faculty associate in the Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems. He has received multiple teaching awards including the Mabel W. Chipman Outstanding Teaching Award from the School of Business, and was voted Marketing Professor of the Year by the Mu Kappa Tau student organization. Pete began teaching at the School of Business in 2004.

Pete brings deep industry experience to the classroom. He worked at Abbott Laboratories and EMD Chemicals, the North American affiliate of MERCK, KGaA where he held the positions of senior director supply chain management, director of global logistics, and SAP project leader. In his role as SAP project leader, he led the team responsible for implementing an SAP system across six US sites. At Abbott Laboratories, he completed a two-year management development program and held positions in inventory planning, plant supervision, and financial analysis. Pete has served as a supply chain consultant and expert witness, advising organizations in the agriculture, automotive, biotech, defense, healthcare, logistics, and wind energy industries.

Pete is APICS certified in production and inventory control. He received an MBA in supply chain management and a BS in industrial engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Research

Presentations

2016 UW-Madison Teaching & Learning Symposium (2016) If You Build It, They Will Learn – But What if You Can't Build It? Applied Lessons from School of Business' Active Learning Classroom

Wisconsin Healthcare Purchasing Materials Management Association (WHPMMA) Fall Educational Conference (2015) Distribution Management: A Place for Everything and Everything in its Place

Council of Supply Chain Professionals (CSCMP) (2012) Third Party Logistics (3PL) Trends

SAP Curriculum Congress (2010) Kicking Off Your University Alliances Program

Teaching

Undergraduate Courses

Enterprise Systems and Supply Chain Management (MKT 427), Spring 2011.
Provides an overview of enterprise systems and supply chain business processes. Introduces students to how enterprise systems are used to manage supply chains and make effective business decisions. Students will use SAP enterprise resource planning software.

Logistics Management (MKT/OTM 422), Fall 2018.
Provides a management perspective on the fundamental activities,concepts,and current practices in logistics. Transportation management,order fulfillment,warehousing,global logistics,key performance indicators,outsourcing,and introduction to radio

Enterprise Systems and Supply Chain Management (MKT 365), Spring 2009.

Supply Chain Process Integration through ERP Systems (MKT 365), Spring 2008.

Graduate Courses

Contemporary Topics (MKT 765), Spring 2010.

Supply Chain Process Integration through ERP Systems (MKT 765), Spring 2008.

Enterprise Systems and Supply Chain Management (MKT 727), Spring 2011.
Provides an overview of enterprise systems and supply chain business processes. Introduces students to how enterprise systems are used to manage supply chains and make effective business decisions. Students will use SAP enterprise resource planning software.

Logistics Management (MKT/OIM 722), Fall 2007.
This course provides a foundation in transportation, order fulfillment, warehousing, materials planning including MRP, demand planning, import/export fundamentals, SAP/ERP systems, supply chain metrics, and leading supply chain technologies such as RFID.

Hybrid Courses

Logistics Management (MKT/OIM 765/765), Fall 2004.

Logistics Management (MKT/OIM 765/765), Fall 2005.
Provides a management perspective on the fundamental activities, concepts, and current practices in logistics. Transportation management, order fulfillment, warehousing, global logistics, key performance indicators, outsourcing, and introduction to radio frequency identification and barcoding. Use of case studies and industry speakers.

Logistics Management (OTM/MKT 722/722), Fall 2008.
This course provides a foundation in transportation, order fulfillment, warehousing, materials planning including MRP, demand planning, import/export fundamentals, SAP/ERP systems, supply chain metrics, and leading supply chain technologies such as RFID.

Logistics Management (OTM/MKT 722/722), Fall 2009.
This course provides a foundation in transportation, order fulfillment, warehousing, materials planning including MRP, demand planning, import/export fundamentals, SAP/ERP systems, supply chain metrics, and leading supply chain technologies such as RFID.

Logistics Management (MKT/OTM 722/722), Fall 2010.
This course provides a foundation in transportation, order fulfillment, warehousing, materials planning including MRP, demand planning, import/export fundamentals, SAP/ERP systems, supply chain metrics, and leading supply chain technologies such as RFID.

Logistics Strategies (OTM/MKT 646/646), Spring 2008.
Planning and design of integrated logistics systems; managing interfunctional and interfirm relationships; international logistics; multiple facility network design; analysis of inventory and transportation routing and scheduling problems. Use of cases and computer applications.

Logistics Management (MKT/OTM 422/422), Fall 2010.
This course provides a foundation in transportation, order fulfillment, warehousing, materials planning including MRP, demand planning, import/export fundamentals, SAP/ERP systems, supply chain metrics, and leading supply chain technologies such as RFID.

Logistics Management (OTM/MKT 422/422), Fall 2008.
This course provides a foundation in transportation, order fulfillment, warehousing, materials planning including MRP, demand planning, import/export fundamentals, SAP/ERP systems, supply chain metrics, and leading supply chain technologies such as RFID.

Logistics Management (OTM/MKT 422/422), Fall 2009.
This course provides a foundation in transportation, order fulfillment, warehousing, materials planning including MRP, demand planning, import/export fundamentals, SAP/ERP systems, supply chain metrics, and leading supply chain technologies such as RFID.