At Johns Hopkins, I have been teaching Operations Management (MBA core) and Supply and Service Contracting (MBA elective) since Spring 2014. Previously, I taught Financial Statement Analysis (undergraduate-level) an MBA BaseCamp (required MBA-level) at Carnegie Mellon.


 Courses Developed and Taught at Johns Hopkins University

 BU.610.730 Supply and Service Contracting

This course is an advanced elective course in the Enterprise Risk Management concentration that emphasizes: (a) the role of incentives within and between organizations; (b) the principal-agent theory, including optimal con- tracting analysis in the presence of moral hazard and/or adverse selection; (c) an integrated view that combines economical, operational, legal, and political perspectives; (d) practice contracting and procurement knowledge, including the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR). In teaching the course, I utilize and develop educational simulation games and a unique project to provide students with refreshing and transferrable learning experiences.

Spring 2016:
Section 51—MS in Enterprise Risk Management and Flexible MBA students
Section 81—Global MBA and Flexible MBA students

Spring 2015:
Section 52—MS in Enterprise Risk Management students
Section 82—Global MBA, Flexible MBA, and MBA in Design Leadership students


Courses Revised and Taught at Johns Hopkins University

BU.912.611/BU.680.620 Operations Management 

All value in society is generated by transforming one set of things (e.g., labor, energy, raw materials etc.) into other things (e.g., products, services). Without such transformations, there would be no wealth creation and no rationale for business. Operations Management is the discipline of the design and management of those transformation processes. In this course, we focus on managing the processes within a firm and managing the supply chain across firms for designing efficient transformation processes using the concepts of operations management.

Fall 2016:
Section G1—Global MBA students
Section G2—Global MBA students

Spring 2016:
Section X1—MS in Enterprise Risk Management students
Section 52—Flexible MBA, MS in Enterprise Risk Management, MS in Healthcare Management, and MS in Information Systems students

Fall 2014:
Section G1—Global MBA students
Section G2—Global MBA students

Spring 2014:
Section 82—Global MBA, Flexible MBA, Bloomberg School of Public Health, School of Medicine, and Maryland Institute College of Arts students
Section 62—FlexTime MBA and Global MBA students
Section K1—MS in Marketing students
Section K2—MS in Marketing students


Courses Taught at Carnegie Mellon University

Tepper MBA BaseCamp (Class of 2014), Summer 2012

70-428 Financial Statement Analysis, Summer 2011