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Paul Myerson

Instructor

Headshot of Paul Myerson

MBA, Temple University

B.S., The Pennsylvania State University

Office
Bey Hall
Email
pmyerson@monmouth.edu
Regularly Taught Courses
Logistics and Supply Management BM 408
Strategic Management BM 490
Production Operations Management BM (350 & 519)
Principles of Management BM 250
About

Paul Myerson has been an Instructor of Management at Monmouth University since 2017. He holds a B.S. in Business Logistics from Pennsylvania State University and an MBA in Physical Distribution from Temple University. Professor Myerson has an extensive background as a supply chain and logistics professional, consultant, and teacher (most recently at New Jersey City University, Kean University, and Lehigh University).

Prior to joining the faculty at Monmouth University, Professor Myerson has been a successful change catalyst for a variety of clients and organizations of all sizes. His 30 years of experience in Supply Chain Management, Logistics Strategies, and Operations Systems have resulted in bottom-line improvements for companies such as General Electric (GE), Unilever, and Church & Dwight (Arm & Hammer).

Professor Myerson created and has marketed a Supply Chain Planning software tool for Windows to a variety of companies worldwide since 1998 and also writes a column on Lean Supply Chain for Inbound Logistics Magazine and a blog for Industry Week magazine.

Publications
Books

“Lean and Technology: Working Hand in Hand to Enable and Energize Your Global Supply Chain, Pearson, copyright 2016.

Contributor, “The Routledge Companion to Lean Management“, (Routledge), Chapter36 – Lean Retail, copyright 2016.

Supply Chain And Logistics Management – Made Easy“, Pearson, copyright 2015.

Contributor, “The ASQ Supply Chain Management Primer“, Chapter 7 – Supply Chain Management Processes (American Society for Quality), copyright 2013.

Lean Wholesale and Retail“, McGraw-Hill, copyright 2014.Lean Supply Chain and Logistics Management simulation training game and training package, Enna.com, copyright 2012-13.

Lean Supply Chain & Logistics”, McGraw-Hill, copyright 2012.

“Lean Demand-Driven Procurement: How to Apply Lean Thinking to Your Supply Management Processes”, Forthcoming