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Lewis Njualem

Lewis Njualem

Assistant Professor,


Assistant Professor
Information and Decision Sciences
Office Phone(909) 537-4248
Office LocationJB-239


Dr. Lewis Njualem is an Assistant Professor in the department of Information and Decision Sciences at California State University, San Bernardino. He earned his Ph.D. in Systems and Engineering Management from Texas Tech University in Lubbock. Prior to joining California State University San Bernardino, Dr. Njualem served as Assistant Professor of Production and Operations Management at University of Minnesota Duluth. He also brings over 16 years of industry experience. Prior to joining academia, Dr. Njualem worked as an enterprise resource planning systems consultant in areas of materials management, production planning and plant maintenance. Dr. Njualem is an APICS ASCM Certified Supply Chain Professional and also an SAP Certified Application Associate in Planning and Manufacturing with SAP ERP 6.0 


B.Sc. - Computer Sciences and Information Systems, University of Houston-Victoria

MBA - Strategic: Operations & Supply Chain Management, University of Houston-Victoria   

Ph.D. - Systems and Engineering Management, Texas Tech University Lubbock


ADMN 2100 - Applied Business Statistics

ADMN 6010 - Data-Driven Decision Making

IST 3050 - Enterprise Resource Planning

IST 3500 - Problem Solving and Decision Making

SCM 3040 - Principles of Supply Chain Management

SCM 6070 - Managing the Supply Chain

BDA 6010 - Business Systems and Processes 


Other Courses Taught:

MBA 8311 - Decision Making in Operations

MGTS 3301 - Production and Operations Management

BMI 702 – Inventory and Production Management

SCM 870 – Scheduling & Inventory Management

SCM 940 – Logistics and Supply Chain II

MBA 5003 - Managing Logistics and Technology

MBA 5008 - Research Methods   



Operations and Supply Chain Management
Supply chain engineering
ERP Systems (SAP MM/PM/PP)
Sustainable manufacturing
Business process improvement
Blockchain Technologies
Engineering economics
Systems engineering
Systems dynamics

Research and Teaching Interests

Dr. Njualem’s general teaching and research interests are in the areas of Supply Chain Management, Supply Chain Sustainability, Blockchain Technologies, Decision Making in Operations, Business Analytics, ERP systems & integration, and OSCM efficiencies.


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