Rosado Feger, Ana
Management Systems Department
B.S. Chemical Engineering, M.I.T.
M.S. Industrial Management, Clemson University
Ph.D. Management, Clemson University
Dissertation title: "Bridging the Operational Divide: An Information Processing Model of Internal Supply Chain Integration"
Current research interests include: intra-firm supply chain processes, the role of management support in operation systems, information processing in organizations, quality management, and management education.
Ms. Rosado Feger started her career as a chemical engineer, developing coating processes for thermal transparencies and instant film while working for Polaroid Corporation. She was a member of the Operations Leadership Team for the Industrial Coating Division, which was responsible for all aspects of product delivery for photographic receiving sheet. After Polaroid, she joined Hitachi Electronic Devices (HEDUS) and learned first-hand the challenges of cross-cultural business adaptation. At HEDUS she provided engineering and support for the production of projection tubes for large-screen television formats. Her final industrial position before entering academia was with St. Jude Medical CRMD, a manufacturer of implantable medical devices. Her facility provided electrochemical processing of material for energy storage devices used in implantable cardiac defibrillators.
“Improving Internal Supply Chain Collaboration by Increasing Information-Processing Capacity: the Role of Enterprise Information Systems,” International Journal of Enterprise Information Systems, Volume 7, Issue 4, 2011.
“Bailing Out the Once-Ler: Using Dr. Seuss to Teach Operations Management” with Gregg A. Thomas, Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, Volume 9, Issue 1, 2011.
John and Marion Plossl Dissertation Fellowship, 2008
Awarded by the APICS Educational and Research Foundation
Ana Rosado Feger was born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico. She is fluent in Spanish and resides in Athens with her husband and their two children.