Professor of Practice
Supply Chain Management
Hollenbeck Hall 218D
- B.S. Wright State University, Management Science, 1994
- M.B.A Wright State University, 2001
Professor Johnson has held Supply Chain Management positions in the Food, Automotive, Medical and Aerospace industries. He has worked for Fortune 500, not-for-profit, privately held and private equity firms, enabling him to lead multiple business strategies in both growth and decline environments. Professor Johnson also teaches as an adjunct instructor at another University and mentors corporate capstone projects and interns on various projects. He has taught courses in Operations Management, Quality Management, Statistics, Organizational Management and Project Management. In addition to teaching, Professor Johnson continues to consult with companies on topics including but not limited to safety, quality, production, cost savings, training and process improvement.
My three key points for teaching:
- Knowledge is not knowing everything; it is knowing where to find everything.
- Tell them, tell them what you told them, tell them again.
- Safety, Quality and Productivity. In that order.
Professor Johnson is married with two grown children. The most important part of his life is spending time with his wife and family. For fun, he likes to go to auctions, antique shops and work on classic cars.