Professor Emeritus of Decisions, Operations and Technology Management
Kevin McCardle focuses his research on operational decision analysis, an area of study analyzing the structure of business decisions that can be modeled mathematically. He is interested in the role of information and risk attitudes in decisions that are made sequentially or competitively. His most recent work analyzes the planning of production schedules to maximize consistency in quality and balance.
Decision analysis for a firm considering adding a longer-aged product to its lineup
Managing production with the declining potency of a catalyst