รศ.ดร.ประดิษฐ์ วรรณรัตน์ Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pradit Wanarat President, National Institute of Development Administration(NIDA) Contact Info : email@example.com : 027273331
ACADEMIC Associate Professor of Business Administration
University of North Texas, USA Major: Management Science Minor: Production/Operations Management Graduated: May 1994
University of Evansville, USA Major: Engineering Management (MS) Quantitative Business Analysis (MBA) Graduated: December 1986 (MS); May 1989 (MBA)
Chiang Mai University, Thailand Major: Civil Engineering Graduated: March 1982
President (6/13 to Present)
Vice President for Academic Affairs (3/07 to 6/13)
Dean of Graduate School of Business Administration (10/05 to 3/07)
National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA)
Member of the National Legislative Assembly of Thailand
Vice President of the Council of University Presidents of Thailand
Consultant, Total Risk Management Committee The Bangchak Petroleum Public Company Ltd., Thailand
Member, Risk Management Committee Government Pharmaceutical Organization, Thailand
Member, Economic Consulting Committee The Federation of Thai Industries
Cost Analyst North American Roofing Company, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
Structural Engineer The Ua Withya Equipment Company, Bangkok, Thailand
Graduate School of Business, NIDA
Joint Doctoral Program in Business Administration, NIDA-Chula-Thammasat
MBA Programs at several public and private Universities
University of North Texas
Quantitative Analysis for Business Decisions. Broad coverage of statistics and quantitative managerial techniques for business decisions. This course focuses on the concepts and the use of statistical and mathematical models for economic and business problems.
Production/Operations Management. The analysis and design of production/ operations systems in a decision-making context. Topics included demand forecasting, plant capacity planning and location, plant layout, job design and work measurement, inventory planning and control, quality control, and JIT concepts.
Business Statistics. Topics included level of measurement for numerical data, frequency distributions, probability concepts and applications, central limit theorem, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, independent/dependent samples, ANOVA, simple and multiple linear regression, and time series analysis.
Operations Research/Management Science. Topics included linear/nonlinear programming, integer programming, dynamic programming, transportation problem, assignment problem, network models, project scheduling (PERT/CPM), inventory control models, decision analysis with and without probabilities, simulation, and Markov analysis.
Project Management. Concepts and theories used in managing a project throughout the entire cycle including activities in selection, definition, initiation, planning, execution, monitoring, control, completion and post-implementation review.
Business Policy and Strategic Management. The applications of business environments to formulate the relevant strategies and policies, including an analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of the firms, formulation and evaluation of competitive strategies and policies with existing resources.
RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS:
“The Business Strategies and Innovations of Automotive Part and Accessory Firms” (with C and S Kuntonbutr); RMUTT Global Business and Economics International Conference (RTBEC) 2015
“Benefits and Limitations of Dual Program.” International Presidential Forum on Global Research Universities, Seoul, Korea, September 2008
“The Performance Assessment of the State Railway of Thailand (SRT): A Survey of Public Satisfaction Towards SRT’s Services.” 2000, 2001, and 2002 “The Performance Assessment of the Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA): A Survey of Public Satisfaction Towards BMTA’s Services.” 1997
“Examination of the Classificatory Performance of MIP Models with Secondary Goals for the Two – Group Discriminant Problem.” (with Robert Pavur and Constantine Loucopoutos) Annals of Operations Research, Volume 74, pp. 173-189, November 1997
“Examining the Effect of Second – Order Terms in Mathematical Programming Approaches to the Classification Problem.” (with Robert Pavur) European Journal of Operational Research, Volume 93, pp. 852-601, Number 3, September 1996
“Second-Order Terms in Classification Models.” National Institute of Development Administration, Imprint, Bangkok, 1995
"Evaluating Mathematical Programming Discriminant Models for Marketing Research." (with Sanjay Mehta and Robert Pavur) American Marketing Association Summer Educators Annual Conference, August 1995, Washington D.C.
"Appropriateness of Mathematical Programming in Marketing to Solve Discriminant Problems: A Monte Carlo Simulation Approach." (with Sanjay Mehta and Robert Pavur) Academy of Marketing Science Annual Conference, May 1995, Orlando FL.
"Determining the Effect of Centering Predictor Variables in a Polynomial Regression Model to Reduce Multicollinearity." (with Robert Pavur) Accepted at the 1994 Annual Conference of the Decision Sciences Institute, Southwest Region.
"Second Order Terms in LP-Based Models to Solve the Statistical Discriminant Problem." (with Robert Pavur) Proceedings of the Decision Sciences Institute, vol. 2, pp. 1166-1168, November 1993
"Estimating Misclassification Rates for Linear Discriminant Functions with Generated Nonnormal Data." (with Robert Pavur) Proceedings of the Decision Sciences Institute, Southwest Region, pp. 36-38, March 1993
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