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Peter B Lukszys

Peter Lukszys
Distinguished Lecturer | Operations and Information Management
Senior Lecturer
608-262-9038
Grainger Hall

Biography

Pete Lukszys teaches courses in supply chain management in the undergraduate, MS/MBA, and professional development programs at the Wisconsin School of Business. He is a distinguished lecturer in the Department of Operations & Information Management, and a faculty affiliate of the Grainger Center for Supply Chain Management and the Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems. He serves as the SAP Faculty Coordinator. Pete’s recent courses include Logistics Management, Information Technology in Supply Chains, Supply Chain Management for Engineers, and Global Experience in Business. He began teaching at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2004.

Pete is an educator, practitioner, and supply chain leader. His industry experience ranges from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. He was founding CEO of Atrility Medical, a UW spin-off that developed and launched a product used to monitor arrhythmias which is being used in pediatric ICUs. Pete was head of corporate supply chain management and the US SAP implementation leader at EMD/Merck and held manufacturing management roles at Abbott Labs. He has served as a supply chain consultant and expert witness, advising organizations in the agriculture, automotive, biotech, defense, healthcare manufacturing, transportation, and wind energy industries.

He has been recognized with teaching and service awards including the Mabel W. Chipman Outstanding Teaching Award from the School of Business, Marketing Professor of the Year by Mu Kappa Tau student organization, COVID Resilience service award for providing emergency response logistics analytics support to the University during the early stages of the pandemic.

Pete is APICS certified in production and inventory control. He received an MBA in supply chain management and a BS in industrial engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Research

Practitioner-Oriented Publications

Wattiaux, M. & Lukszys, P. (2021). Comments to USDA regarding the Executive Order 140147 on “America’s Supply Chains” specifically for the Production of Agricultural Commodities and Food Products. USDA

Miller, M. & Lukszys, P. (2017). Regional Food Freight: Lessons from the Chicago Region, USDA Report Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems

Presentations

UW E-Business Consortium, Mini-masters session (2020) Supply Chain Resilience: Learning from COVID-19

Wisconsin Healthcare Purchasing and Material Management Association (WHPMMA) Fall Educational Conference (2019) University Technology Transfer and New Product Introduction

2016 UW-Madison Teaching & Learning Symposium (2016) If You Build It, They Will Learn – But What if You Can’t Build It? Applied Lessons from School of Business’ Active Learning Classroom

Wisconsin Healthcare Purchasing Materials Management Association (WHPMMA) Fall Educational Conference (2015) Distribution Management: A Place for Everything and Everything in its Place

Council of Supply Chain Professionals (CSCMP) (2012) Third Party Logistics (3PL) Trends

SAP Curriculum Congress (2010) Kicking Off Your University Alliances Program

Teaching

Undergraduate Courses

Enterprise Systems and Supply Chain Management (MKT 427), Spring 2021.
Explores the concepts and practices of using information technology to effectively manage and operate supply chains of businesses and other organizations. Topics include supply chain processes, enterprise resource planning (ERP) system implementation, and supply chain simulations using SAP software. Enroll Info: None

Enterprise Systems and Supply Chain Management (MKT 427), Spring 2021.
Explores the concepts and practices of using information technology to effectively manage and operate supply chains of businesses and other organizations. Topics include supply chain processes, enterprise resource planning (ERP) system implementation, and supply chain simulations using SAP software. Enroll Info: None

Logistics Management (MKT 422), Fall 2020.
Provides a management perspective on the fundamental activities, concepts, and current practices in logistics. Transportation management, order fulfillment, warehousing, global logistics, key performance indicators, outsourcing, and introduction to radio frequency identification and barcoding. Use of case studies and industry speakers.

Logistics Management (MKT 422), Fall 2020.
Provides a management perspective on the fundamental activities, concepts, and current practices in logistics. Transportation management, order fulfillment, warehousing, global logistics, key performance indicators, outsourcing, and introduction to radio frequency identification and barcoding. Use of case studies and industry speakers.

Graduate Courses

Enterprise Systems and Supply Chain Management (MKT 727), Spring 2021.
Explores the concepts and practices of using information technology to effectively manage and operate supply chains of businesses and other organizations. Topics include supply chain processes, enterprise resource planning (ERP) system implementation, and supply chain simulations using SAP software. Enroll Info: None

Logistics Management (MKT 722), Fall 2020.
A foundation in transportation, order fulfillment, warehousing, materials planning including MRP, demand planning, import/export fundamentals, SAP/ERP systems, supply chain metrics, and leading supply chain technologies such as RFID. Enroll Info: None

Hybrid Courses

Logistics Management (OTM/MKT 722/722), Fall 2009.
This course provides a foundation in transportation, order fulfillment, warehousing, materials planning including MRP, demand planning, import/export fundamentals, SAP/ERP systems, supply chain metrics, and leading supply chain technologies such as RFID.

Logistics Management (MKT/OTM 722/722), Fall 2010.
This course provides a foundation in transportation, order fulfillment, warehousing, materials planning including MRP, demand planning, import/export fundamentals, SAP/ERP systems, supply chain metrics, and leading supply chain technologies such as RFID.

Logistics Management (MKT/OTM 422/422), Fall 2010.
This course provides a foundation in transportation, order fulfillment, warehousing, materials planning including MRP, demand planning, import/export fundamentals, SAP/ERP systems, supply chain metrics, and leading supply chain technologies such as RFID.