Carnegie Mellon University

Operations Management

Operations management is concerned with planning, organizing and supervising the design, development, and delivery of products and services. It provides conceptual frameworks and analytical tools to optimize key decisions in designing and managing operational processes.

At the Tepper School, Operations Management research and teaching include supply chain management, revenue management, sustainability, operations strategy, energy, health care, innovation, and the interaction of operations within areas such as marketing, accounting, finance, information systems, computer science, and engineering.

Faculty Research Spotlight

In our Academic Minds video series, our faculty share insights from their research on wide-ranging business topics.

Can We Solve the Solar Market Struggle?

Alan Andrew Scheller-Wolf, the Richard M. Cyert Professor of Operations Management 

Can Autonomous Vehicles Help Reduce Congestion?

Soo-Haeng Cho, Professor of Operations Management and Strategy

More Academic Minds Videos 

Operations Management in the Classroom

Sustainable Operations MBA Course

Service Management MBA Course

Tepper Operations Management research is a key component of our interdisciplinary approach to understanding challenges and furthering advances in the areas of health care and sustainability.