Senior Lecturer | Operations and Information Management
4113B Grainger Hall
(608) 265-3354

Biography

Tim McClurg is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Operations and Information Management at the Wisconsin School of Business. He has taught operations management at the undergraduate and MBA levels for over twenty-five years, including here at the Wisconsin School of Business since the fall of 1998. Dr. McClurg holds a B.S. in accounting from Penn State and an MBA in operations management from the University of Pittsburgh. He received his PhD from Purdue University at the Krannert School of Management.

Teaching

Undergraduate Courses

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OIM 350), Fall 2001.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OIM 350), Fall 2001.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OIM 350), Fall 2002.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OIM 350), Fall 2002.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (O I M 350), Spring 2002.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (O I M 350), Spring 2002.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OIM 350), Summer 2002.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OIM 350), Fall 2003.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OIM 350), Fall 2003.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OIM 350), Spring 2003.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OIM 350), Spring 2003.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OIM 350), Summer 2003.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OIM 350), Fall 2004.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OIM 350), Spring 2004.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OIM 350), Spring 2004.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OIM 350), Spring 2005.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OIM 350), Spring 2005.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OIM 350), Spring 2001.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OIM 350), Spring 2001.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OIM 350), Fall 2005.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OIM 350), Fall 2005.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OIM 350), Summer 2005.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OIM 350), Spring 2006.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OIM 350), Spring 2006.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OTM 350), Spring 2007.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OTM 350), Spring 2007.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Marketing Management (OTM 350), Spring 2007.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OTM 350), Fall 2007.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OTM 350), Fall 2007.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OTM 350), Summer 2007.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OTM 350), Fall 2006.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations (OTM 350), Fall 2006.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Operations Management (OTM 300), Fall 2010.
Managing operations is about people, information, equipment, and materials and how these are combined to produce and/or deliver goods and services to customers. Emphasis is on how systems and processes can be designed, managed, and improved to achieve operations excellence and competitive advantage.

Operations Management (OTM 300), Fall 2010.
Managing operations is about people, information, equipment, and materials and how these are combined to produce and/or deliver goods and services to customers. Emphasis is on how systems and processes can be designed, managed, and improved to achieve operations excellence and competitive advantage.

Operations Management (OTM 300), Fall 2010.
Managing operations is about people, information, equipment, and materials and how these are combined to produce and/or deliver goods and services to customers. Emphasis is on how systems and processes can be designed, managed, and improved to achieve operations excellence and competitive advantage.

Operations Management (OTM 300), Fall 2011.

Operations Management (OTM 300), Spring 2008.
Managing operations is about people, information, equipment, and materials and how these are combined to produce and/or deliver goods and services to customers. Emphasis is on how systems and processes can be designed, managed, and improved to achieve operations excellence and competitive advantage.

Operations Management (OTM 300), Spring 2008.
Managing operations is about people, information, equipment, and materials and how these are combined to produce and/or deliver goods and services to customers. Emphasis is on how systems and processes can be designed, managed, and improved to achieve operations excellence and competitive advantage.

Operations Management (OTM 300), Spring 2008.
Introduction to the management of manufacturing and service operations. Topics covered include characteristics of service and manufacturing systems, operations strategy, product design, process technology selection, capacity planning, resource planning and scheduling, inventory control, project management, and quality/productivity improvement tools and strategies.

Operations Management (OTM 300), Summer 2008.
Managing operations is about people, information, equipment, and materials and how these are combined to produce and/or deliver goods and services to customers. Emphasis is on how systems and processes can be designed, managed, and improved to achieve operations excellence and competitive advantage.

Operations Management (OTM 300), Fall 2008.
Managing operations is about people, information, equipment, and materials and how these are combined to produce and/or deliver goods and services to customers. Emphasis is on how systems and processes can be designed, managed, and improved to achieve operations excellence and competitive advantage.

Operations Management (OTM 300), Fall 2008.
Managing operations is about people, information, equipment, and materials and how these are combined to produce and/or deliver goods and services to customers. Emphasis is on how systems and processes can be designed, managed, and improved to achieve operations excellence and competitive advantage.

Operations Management (OTM 300), Fall 2008.
Managing operations is about people, information, equipment, and materials and how these are combined to produce and/or deliver goods and services to customers. Emphasis is on how systems and processes can be designed, managed, and improved to achieve operations excellence and competitive advantage.

Operations Management (OTM 300), Spring 2009.
Managing operations is about people, information, equipment, and materials and how these are combined to produce and/or deliver goods and services to customers. Emphasis is on how systems and processes can be designed, managed, and improved to achieve operations excellence and competitive advantage.

Operations Management (OTM 300), Spring 2009.
Managing operations is about people, information, equipment, and materials and how these are combined to produce and/or deliver goods and services to customers. Emphasis is on how systems and processes can be designed, managed, and improved to achieve operations excellence and competitive advantage.

Operations Management (OTM 300), Spring 2009.
Managing operations is about people, information, equipment, and materials and how these are combined to produce and/or deliver goods and services to customers. Emphasis is on how systems and processes can be designed, managed, and improved to achieve operations excellence and competitive advantage.

Operations Management (OTM 300), Summer 2009.
Managing operations is about people, information, equipment, and materials and how these are combined to produce and/or deliver goods and services to customers. Emphasis is on how systems and processes can be designed, managed, and improved to achieve operations excellence and competitive advantage.

Operations Management (OTM 300), Fall 2009.
Managing operations is about people, information, equipment, and materials and how these are combined to produce and/or deliver goods and services to customers. Emphasis is on how systems and processes can be designed, managed, and improved to achieve operations excellence and competitive advantage.

Operations Management (OTM 300), Fall 2009.
Managing operations is about people, information, equipment, and materials and how these are combined to produce and/or deliver goods and services to customers. Emphasis is on how systems and processes can be designed, managed, and improved to achieve operations excellence and competitive advantage.

Operations Management (OTM 300), Fall 2009.
Managing operations is about people, information, equipment, and materials and how these are combined to produce and/or deliver goods and services to customers. Emphasis is on how systems and processes can be designed, managed, and improved to achieve operations excellence and competitive advantage.

Operations Management (OTM 300), Spring 2010.
Managing operations is about people, information, equipment, and materials and how these are combined to produce and/or deliver goods and services to customers. Emphasis is on how systems and processes can be designed, managed, and improved to achieve operations excellence and competitive advantage.

Operations Management (OTM 300), Spring 2010.
Managing operations is about people, information, equipment, and materials and how these are combined to produce and/or deliver goods and services to customers. Emphasis is on how systems and processes can be designed, managed, and improved to achieve operations excellence and competitive advantage.

Operations Management (OTM 300), Spring 2010.
Managing operations is about people, information, equipment, and materials and how these are combined to produce and/or deliver goods and services to customers. Emphasis is on how systems and processes can be designed, managed, and improved to achieve operations excellence and competitive advantage.

Graduate Courses

Contemporary Topics (OIM 765), Fall 2003.

Contemporary Topics (OIM 765), Fall 2004.

Contemporary Topics (OTM 765), Fall 2008.

Contemporary Topics (OIM 765), Fall 2005.
Contemporary Topics

Contemporary Topics (OTM 765), Fall 2006.

Contemporary Topics (OTM 765), Fall 2007.

Operations Management (O I M 750), Spring 2002.
Management of the operations function in manufacturing and service organizations. Emphasizes the coordination of resources to improve cost, quality, and customer service. Topics include materials, capacity, and project management, operations strategy, forecasting, and process design.

Operations Management (OIM 750), Spring 2001.
Management of the operations function in manufacturing and service organizations. Emphasizes the coordination of resources to improve cost, quality, and customer service. Topics include materials, capacity, and project management, operations strategy, forecasting, and process design.

Operations Management (OIM 750), Spring 2001.
Management of the operations function in manufacturing and service organizations. Emphasizes the coordination of resources to improve cost, quality, and customer service. Topics include materials, capacity, and project management, operations strategy, forecasting, and process design.