Nehemiah Scott

Nehemiah Scott

Teaching Assistant Professor of Business Administration

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11 Wohlers Hall

1206 S. Sixth

Champaign, IL 61820

217-300-0091

nehemiah@illinois.edu

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Educational Background

  • Ph.D., Manufacturing & Technology Management, University of Toledo, 2015
  • MBA, Information Systems, University of Toledo, 2009
  • B.S., Computer Science & Engineering Technology, University of Toledo, 2007

Positions Held

  • Academic Director, Supply Chain Management Program, Business Administration, University of Illinois, 2018 to present
  • Teaching Assistant Professor of Business Administration, Business Administration, University of Illinois, 2018 to present
  • Lecturer of Business Administration, Business Administration, University of Illinois, 2015-2018
  • Adjunct Professor, Eastern Michigan University, 2014-2015
  • Visiting Adjunct Instructor, College of Business, Eastern Michigan University, 2014-2015
  • Adjunct Instructor, The University of Toledo, 2014
  • Computer Programer, Lucas County Children Services, 2006-2008

Recent Publications

  • Scott, N. (2016). The Impact of Ambidexterity in Supply Chain Capabilities on Manufacturing Performance: Examples from the Global Semiconductor Industry. International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management,.
  • Scott, N. (2014). Ambidextrous Strategies and Innovation Priorities: Adequately Priming the Pump for Continual Innovation. Technology Innovation Management Review, 4 (7), 44-51.

Other Publications

Honors and Awards

  • International Hult Prize Regional Finalist, Dubai, UAE Region, 2015

Current Courses

  • Supply Chain Management Basics (BADM 335) Course broadly exposes students to the basics of supply chain management. It concentrates on the basic concepts, terminology, techniques and tools in supply chain management. Introduces the main functions of supply chain management and its interface with marketing, finance, and information management. Studies the interactions among the logistics of manufacturing, inventory, and transportation. Students are introduced to mathematical modeling and computer simulations to optimize the performance of supply chains.
  • Business Process Management (BADM 375) Explores methods of design and management of manufacturing and service business processes; central concepts include managing process-speed, -capacity, -inventory, and -uncertainty; additional topics include simultaneous product and process design, and an introduction to quality management, process improvement and lean thinking.
  • Operations Management (BADM 375) Explores methods of design and management of manufacturing and service business processes; central concepts include managing process-speed, -capacity, -inventory, and -uncertainty; additional topics include simultaneous product and process design, and an introduction to quality management, process improvement and lean thinking.
  • Logistics Management (BADM 378) Treats the total flow of materials from their acquisition as basic or unprocessed supplies to delivery of the finished product, as well as the related counter-flows of information that both record and control material movement. Major topics include forecasting material requirements; transportation planning; order processing system; raw material, in-process and finished goods inventory management; packaging; in plant and field warehousing; location theory (space, time, and cost trade- offs); communications; and control.
  • Operations Analysis (BADM 590) Special topics in the general area of business. Topics are selected by the instructor at the beginning of each term. Approved for letter and S/U grading. May be repeated if topics vary; unlimited credit hours for graduate and professional students.
  • BUS Rome Business of Food (BUS 199) Approved for both letter and S/U grading. May be repeated.

Contact

11 Wohlers Hall

1206 S. Sixth

Champaign, IL 61820

217-300-0091

nehemiah@illinois.edu