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Marcia Daley, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor

Marcia Daley is an Assistant Professor in the Decision Sciences Department where she teaches Management Information Systems, Supply Chain Strategies, Procurement and Supply Management, Production and Operations Management. She earned a Ph.D. in Decision Sciences (Georgia State University – 1/2009), a M.S. in Economics (Georgia State University), an M.B.A. in Finance and Management (Florida State University) and a B.S. in Mathematics and Chemistry (University of the West Indies). 

Her research interests include supply chain management, knowledge management, the organizational impact of technology, and the design of organizational processes. In 2005 she received the Best Interdisciplinary Paper award at the Decision Sciences Institute (DSI) Conference Proceedings for her paper titled “Does Structure Matter? Exploring the Influence of Supply Network Configuration on IIS and Performance”. Her work has been presented at DSI Conference proceedings and published in the European Journal of Operational Research, a scholarly journal. 

Marcia was among the three doctoral students awarded a $12,000.00 dissertation grant from the Institute of Supply Management in 2007. She is a Certified Purchasing Manager (C.P.M.), a past recipient of the KPMG Doctoral scholarship, and is a member of the Institute for Supply Management, the Decision Sciences Institute and the National Defense Transportation Association. She has several years of technical analysis experience in the telecommunications industry with expertise in contract negotiations, project management, construction budget management, digital switching, and digital transport facilities.