Philip A Vaccaro
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|3437||01||ODS333||Operations and Logistics Management|
|3441||03||ODS333||Operations and Logistics Management|
|3444||04||ODS333||Operations and Logistics Management|
|3445||06||ODS333||Operations and Logistics Management|
|3519||S3||ODS333||Operations and Logistics Management|
Philip Vaccaro is a full professor in the marketing and decision sciences department of the Bertolon School of Business at Salem State University. He is also an operations research consultant in transportation and logistics, serving both industry and government, as well as a graduate-level lecturer at Harvard University Extension School, and the University of Massachusetts (Boston). His teaching experience is primarily in operations management, operations research, statistics, forecasting, quality control, finance, policy, and strategy.
Previously, he was the assistant controller of Beth Israel Hospital, senior accountant at Price Waterhouse Coopers, developer and coordinator of the Salem State University MBA program, department chair for 12 years, and senior lecturer at Northeastern University for more than 20 years.
Vaccaro received his BSBA and MBA, magna cum laude, from the Boston College Carroll School of Management; his CAGS from the Northeastern University College of Business Administration; and his PhD from the Columbia-Pacific University School of Administration and Management. He also holds a Diploma, commandant's list, in logistics and operations from the United States Army Command and General Staff College.
Professor Vaccaro is also the author of several books, including Simplex Linear Programming for Managerial Decisions, Fundamentals of Production and Operations Management, and Applied Management Science for Decision-Making.