Supply Chain Management
Ph.D., Indiana University, 1978; M.Sc., Colorado School of Mines, 1973; B.Sc., Colorado School of Mines, 1970
Decision making under uncertainty, environmental risk and integrated business management.
Review Board Member, Department of Energy and University of California, 2000 - 2006; Decision Analyst, Geomatrix Consultants,2002-2004; Director, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Financial Advisory Services division, 2000-2002
Brooks, D., J. Patry and N. Hendrickson, "Risk-Based Cost-Benefit Analysis: Incorporating Risk Management into Business Planning," for Risk Analysis.
Brooks, D., J. Patry and N. Hendrickson, "Decision Analysis for Social Risk Management," for Interfaces.
Arizona State University: 1981-present.
Career and Recent Professional Awards; Teaching Award
Teaching Fellowship Award: Universidad de los Andes, Graduate School of Business, International MBA Program, Bogota, Columbia, 2008; Inaugural Lecture in "W. P. Carey First Lecture Series," Carey Academy, 2008; Outstanding W. P. Carey Graduate Programs Teacher Teaching Award, 2007
Special issue technical editor, Journal of Human Resource Planning, 1994; Associate Editor, Decision Sciences, 1991-1993; Editor, Program proceedings, Western Region Decision Sciences Institute Conference, 1981
Corporate and Public Sector Leadership
The U.S. Department of Energy: Member, 1988-present, Organizing Member, 1993-present; University of California System, U.S. Congress & Los Alamos National Laboratory, Division Review Committee, 2002-2003
Brooks, D. and C. Kirkwood, "Selecting a Networking Strategy," updated version reprinted in Decision Analysis Anthology, 1996.
Kolluru, R. and D. Brooks, "Environmental Risk and Integrated Business Management," in Environmental Risk Management, Edited by Rao Kolluru, McGraw-Hill, 1995.
Brooks, D. and Adam Borison, "Integrating Risk Management into the Business Planning Process," in Environmental Risk Management, Edited by Rao Kolluru, McGraw-Hill, 1995.
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MGT 591 - Seminar
A small class emphasizing discussion, presentations by students, and written research papers.
SCM 516 - Intro to Applied Analytics
Provides a solid foundation and deeper understanding of the use of quantitative modeling tools and techniques to solve problems faced in modern supply chains. Uses Excel workbooks to implement the appropriate quantitative methods, including forecasting demand, determining the capacity of a manufacturing line and the cycle times of parts being processed on the line, and methods to manage inventory.
WPC 493 - Honors Thesis
Supervised research or creative activity focused on preparation and completion of an undergraduate honors thesis or creative project.
WPC 494 - Special Topics
Covers topics of immediate or special interest to a faculty member and students.