Stecke, Kathryn E.

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Stecke, Kathryn E.

 

Katherine Stecke is an Ashbell Smith Professor of Operations Managment. She is internationally recognized as a scholar in flexible manufacturing and supply chain issues. She speaks globally about issues related to supply chain management, operations and marketing interface issues, flexible manufacturing systems and seru, which is a Japanese organizational and production system that focuses on electronics product assembly.

Her research covers issues relating to manufacturing and improving manufacturing efficiencies and cost controls. Currently her interests involve

  • Flexible manufacturing
  • Supply chain issues
  • Disruptions in supply chains
  • Activity-based costing in automated manufacturing
  • Quality competitiveness indices

Learn more about Dr. Stecke on her Home, Expert at a Glance, Endowed Professorships and Chairs, and Research Explorer pages.

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