Dr. Michael E. Busing
Started at JMU: 1996
Ph.D., Clemson University
M.S., Ball State University
B.S., Purdue University
Push/Pull Hybrid Shop Floor Controls, Implementing JIT Principles in an MRP Environment, Effects of Experiential Learning Activities on Knowledge Acquisition, Web-Enabled ERP and Information Security, ERP Systems Application
Snowboarding, Water Skiing, Boating
Current Courses Taught
Pal, R. and Busing, M.E. “Effectiveness of Teaching Operations Management in an Integrated Format,” International Journal of Production Economics, Vol. 115, 2008. pp. 594-610.
Rosenkranz, S.R., Busing, M.E., Teer, F.P., and Forcht, K.A. “The Role of Quantitative Analysis in the Information Security Systems Development Lifecycle,” Journal of International Technology and Information Management, Vol. 16, No. 2, 2007. pp. 16-26.
Pal, R. and Busing M.E., “Student Perception of Operations Management Courses When Offered as Part of an Integrated Experience With Common Deliverables,” Proceedings, Annual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute, Phoenix, Arizona, 2007.
Busing, M.E., Null, J.D., and Forcht, K.A. “Computer Forensics: The New Crime Fighting Tool,” Journal of Computer Information Systems, Vol. 46, No. 2, 2006. pp. 115-119.
Beta Gamma Sigma Chapter Adviser
Generations Crossing, 2008 - Present: Member, Board of Directors. Serve as volunteer and member of Marketing and Annual Support Committee
APICS – The Educational Society for Resource Management, Past VP Education, Blue Ridge Chapter