Program: Online MBA
Ph.D., Operations and Systems Analysis, University of Washington
MBA, University of Texas at Austin
BS, Electrical Engineering, University of Texas
Area: Operations and Information Technology
Expertise: Business data analysis, operations management, quantitative methods, modeling and simulation, Six Sigma, statistics
Héctor Guerrero is an Emeritus Professor and former director of the full-time MBA program at William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business. He previously taught at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, the College of Business at Notre Dame, and the Instituto Latino Americano de Estudios Sociales in Santiago, Chile.
Professionally he is active in the areas of data analytics, operations management, and engineering management. He has published research articles on topics related to failure analysis, logistics, material requirements planning, automated manufacturing, group technology, robotics, forecasting, supply chain management, product design, and demand management. He is the author of “Excel Data Analysis, Modeling and Simulation,” while serving on boards and advising a number of businesses.
Additionally, Héctor has breadth of experience in consulting and executive education with a variety of organizations in the U.S., Latin America and Europe. His clients include IBM, Lockheed, Newport News Shipbuilding, and the Department of Homeland Security as well as many small and large manufacturing and service firms. Prior to entering academia, he worked as an engineer for Dow Chemical Company and Lockheed Missiles and Space Co.
Héctor loves to cook his Tex-Mex favorites for friends and family. He is an avid walker, logging an average of 20,000 steps daily, and enjoys relaxing on a quiet beach with a challenging Excel workbook and an excellent cabernet.