2014 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For creating and applying fundamental engineering principles governing the underlying behavior of manufacturing systems and supply chains.
2004 - Fellow of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS)
His main research concerns Operations management, Operations research, CONWIP, Agile software development and Throughput. His work in the fields of Quality and Lean manufacturing overlaps with other areas such as Confusion and Mechanism. The various areas that Wallace J. Hopp examines in his Operations research study include Lead time and Scheduling.
His CONWIP study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Manufacturing engineering, Material requirements planning and Production control. Within one scientific family, Wallace J. Hopp focuses on topics pertaining to Supply chain management under Manufacturing engineering, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Heuristics. His studies in Material requirements planning integrate themes in fields like Production manager and Inventory control.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Operations research, Mathematical optimization, Operations management, CONWIP and Throughput. His study in Operations research is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Lead time, Scheduling, Heuristics and Production control. The Dynamic programming research Wallace J. Hopp does as part of his general Mathematical optimization study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Exponential function, Constant and Markov decision process, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
His Operations management research is mostly focused on the topic Quality. His work deals with themes such as Real-time computing, Reliability engineering and Manufacturing engineering, which intersect with CONWIP. Wallace J. Hopp usually deals with Throughput and limits it to topics linked to Production line and Production.
Wallace J. Hopp focuses on Transparency, Quality, Observational study, Big data and Causal inference. Transparency is connected with Public reporting, Public relations, Accounting and Risk analysis in his research. His Public reporting research focuses on subjects like Patient choice, which are linked to Knowledge management.
His research integrates issues of Quality information and Operations research in his study of Knowledge management. His Operations research research includes themes of Service system and Triage. His Quality research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Multiple-criteria decision analysis and Heuristic.
His primary areas of study are Key, Policy analysis, Multi stage, Supply chain and Risk analysis. His Key investigation overlaps with Patient choice, Quality information, Patient specific, Knowledge management and Elite. Incentive and Economic shortage are fields of study that overlap with his Policy analysis research.
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Factory Physics : Foundations of Manufacturing Management
Wallace J. Hopp;Mark L. Spearman.
CONWIP: a pull alternative to kanban
Mark L. Spearman;David L. Woodruff;Wallace J. Hopp.
To Pull or Not to Pull: What Is the Question?
Wallace J. Hopp;Mark L. Spearman.
Commissioned Paper: On the Interface Between Operations and Human Resources Management
John Boudreau;Wallace Hopp;John O. McClain;L. Joseph Thomas.
Agile workforce evaluation: a framework for cross-training and coordination
Wallace J. Hopp;Mark P. Van Oyen.
Benefits of Skill Chaining in Serial Production Lines with Cross-Trained Workers
Wallace J. Hopp;Eylem Tekin;Mark P. Van Oyen.
Quoting customer lead times
Izak Duenyas;Wallace J. Hopp.
Performance opportunity for workforce agility in collaborative and noncollaborative work systems
Mark P.Van Oyen;Esma G.S. Gel;Wallace J. Hopp.
Operations Systems with Discretionary Task Completion
Wallace J. Hopp;Seyed M. R. Iravani;Gigi Y. Yuen.
The Impact of Misalignment of Organizational Structure and Product Architecture on Quality in Complex Product Development
Bilal Gokpinar;Wallace J. Hopp;Seyed M. R. Iravani.
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