Faculty: Nabil Rageh
Director of DBA Program
- San Francisco
Dr. Nabil S. Rageh has a BS degree in industrial/mechanical engineering from Cairo University, Egypt, with distinction and honor, and PhD and MS degrees in operations research from the University of California, Berkeley. His research interests include process improvement, total quality management, and materials management. Dr. Rageh was named dean of Golden Gate Universitys School of Operations Management in 1986 and was later promoted to the position of dean of the School of Management in 1988. After a five year leave, Dr. Rageh returned to GGU in 1994 to head the Operations Management Department, and was named director of Doctor of Business Administration Program in 1996. While on leave from academics, Dr. Rageh joined NASCO Group International in 1989 in the position of corporate vice president. In 1982, he was named senior vice president of BETA Company, Saudi Arabia (an engineering and construction firm), with overall responsibilities for the operations, finance, and administration divisions. During the period 1966-1982, he held several progressive managerial positions, leading to a vice presidential assignment in operations and materials management, with Cutter Laboratories (now Bayer), Berkeley, CA, a biological products manufacturing firm.
RESEARCH INTERESTS AND AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
Operations and Supply Chain Management
Total Quality Management
Flexible Manufacturing Management
Project and Systems Management
Professional and Teaching Experience
PROFESSIONAL AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Full Time Faculty, Golden Gate University, San Francisco, CA
Dean of the School of Operations Management, Golden Gate University
Senior Vice President, NASCO Group International, Switzerland: Directed the group's planning and control activities for diverse industrial and real estate businesses in Switzerland, Italy, Nigeria, Turkey, and Morocco
Senior Vice President, BETA Company, Saudi Arabia: Directed the Operations, Finance, and Administration Divisions in this engineering and construction firms.
Division Vice President, Bayer Laboratories, Berkeley, California Directed the corporate materials management division and operations controlship of this hospital and pharmaceutical products manufacturing firm.
Member of Advisory Board
Biotech Supply Chain Academy
Member of Advisory Board
HONORS AND AWARDS
Outstanding Service Award, 2000, 2007
Judith E. Browing Award for Outstanding Teaching, 2004