Toni L. Doolen

Associate Professor

School of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering

Oregon State University

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EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT

 

1. EDUCATION

B.S.,     Electrical Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, May 1987

B.S.,     Materials Science and Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, May 1987

M.S.,    Manufacturing Systems Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, June 1991

Ph.D.,   Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, Oregon State University, June 2001

 

2. EMPLOYMENT

Academic Positions

Associate Professor, School of Mechanical, Industrial, & Manufacturing Engineering, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR September 2007-present

 

Assistant Professor, Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, June 2001-August 2007

 

Industrial Positions

Process Engineer, Optical Communications Division, Hewlett-Packard, San Jose, CA, August 1987-September 1990

§  Sustained existing processes and led process development activities for the diffusion and photolithography areas of a bipolar IC fab.

§  Created and led interdepartmental teams whose efforts resulted in decreasing rework from 10% to 2% within 12 months.

Manufacturing Systems Engineer, Optical Communications Division, Hewlett-Packard, San Jose, CA, June 1991-May 1994

§  Project leader and facilitator for production, maintenance, engineering, and management team that developed a process for verification, training, and certification of process specifications.  Program highly regarded by customers.

§  Developed simulation models of all fab operations using SIMFactory.  Models used to project operational changes necessary for volume ramp from 2000 to 4000 wafers/month.

§  Managed wafer test facilities with operations and personnel across 2 shifts.

§  Team leader for worldwide inventory reduction project.  Responsible for determining appropriate inventory levels in the U.S. and South East Asia, scheduling of production starts, and prioritization algorithm.  Used group technology concepts to create product families to facility inventory management and reduction mechanisms.

§  SPC project leader for department.  Responsible for developing training materials and training engineers, managers, and supervisors.  Determined department strategy for implementation of SPC in all production work areas.

§  Managed systems group of 5.  Responsible for systems support of internal manufacturing and interfacing with operations and customers in Singapore.  Process management tools used to develop customer service model.


Senior Member of Technical Staff, Inkjet Supplies Business Unit, Hewlett-Packard, Corvallis, OR, June 1994-November 1995

§  Process control project leader for high-volume, inkjet cartridge assembly production line.  Led engineering efforts to define and implement process control methodology.  Worked with engineers to develop control tools and to complete gauge tool studies.  Implementation completed in 18 months.  Developed curriculum and training structure for production organization.  Organized training for 150 production personnel.  Training completed in 4 months.  Initiated efforts to leverage process control efforts to other high volume assembly lines worldwide.

§  Project leader for equipment reliability and maintainability program.  Initiated pilot effort to eliminate minor stoppages.  Established MCBF metric.  Developed PM prioritization tool.

Engineering Manager, Inkjet Supplies Business Unit, Hewlett-Packard, Corvallis, OR, December 1995-December 1998

§  Engineering manager for team of 10 engineers responsible for systems engineering support of 2 high volume lines.  Led efforts to converge systems to minimize support issues.  Factory lead for project to track products and processing information from the beginning of the manufacturing process to the end.  This effort has already been critical in the timely resolution of product quality and yield issues.

§  Engineering manager for team of 18 engineers responsible for process control implementation and systems engineering support of a new high volume assembly line.  Led team in efforts to improve testing and debug of software early in the line development.  Led team to complete early gauge analysis efforts to minimize line startup issues.

§  Engineering manager for team of 16 systems engineers responsible for electrical and software support of 3 high volume assembly lines and packaging.  Worked with managers to address systems issues common across lines and to help develop systems staffing and training plans for new lines located worldwide.

 


TEACHNG, ADVISING, AND OTHER ASSIGNMENTS

 

1. INSTRUCTIONAL SUMMARY BY COURSE

Course Number (Credits)

Course Title (Terms Taught) Enrollment by Term

IE 113 (1)

Careers in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (F03, F04, W05, F05, W06, W07)

IE 114X (1)

Careers in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering II (W03, W04)

ENGR 111 (3)

Engineering Orientation I (F05, F06, F07)

ENGR 112 (3)

Engineering Orientation II (W02, S02, W03, S03, W04, W05)

ME 206 (1)

How Engineers Serve Society (W06, W07)

IE 285 (3)

Introduction to Industrial And Manufacturing Engineering (F04, F06, F08)

IE 436/536 (4)

Lean Manufacturing Systems Engineering (F02, F03, F05, F07, F08)

ENGR 440 (4)

Modern Electronics Manufacturing  (F01, F02)

ENGR 499H (1)

Managing in a Global Workplace (W08, W09)

IE 470/570 (4)

Management Systems Engineering (W04, W06, W08, W09)

IE 471/571 (3)

Project Management in Engineering (W05, W07)

IE 497/498 (4/4)

Industrial Engineering Analysis and Design, senior capstone design course(F08, W09)

IE 594 (3)

Research Methods in Engineering (S04)

IE 572 (3)

Communication and Team Building for Engineers (S02)

 

2. INSTRUCTIONAL SUMMARY BY YEAR


Term and Year

Course

Student Enrollment

Fall 2001

ENGR 440

22

Winter 2002

ENGR 112

72

Spring 2002

ENGR 112

52

IE 572

8

Fall 2002

ENGR 440

22

IE 436

38

IE 536

12

Winter 2003

ENGR 112

76

Spring 2003

ENGR 112

41

Fall 2003

IE 113

64

IE 436

47

IE 536

12

Winter 2004

ENGR 112

139

IE 470

47

IE 570

8

Spring 2004

IE 594

13

Fall 2004

IE 113

27

IE 285

28

Winter 2005

ENGR 112

85

IE 113

35

IE 471

55

IE 571

6

Fall 2005

ENGR 111

192

IE 113

21

IE 436

52

IE 536

15

Winter 2006

IE 113

21

IE 470

54

IE 570

17

ME 206

21

Fall 2006

ENGR 111

127

IE 285

50

Winter 2007

IE 471

39

IE 571

5

Fall 2007

ENGR 111

178

IE 436

51

IE 536

7

Winter 2008

IE 470

50

IE 570

6

ENGR 499H

8

Fall 2008

IE 285

34

IE 436

39

IE 536

10

IE 497

36

Winter 2009

IE 470

30

IE 570

14

IE 498

35

ENGR 499H

7

 

3. Curriculum Development

·         Designed, specified, equipped, and qualified Lean Automation Laboratory (July 2001 – October 2002)

·         Developed new curriculum and associated laboratories for ENGR 440 – Modern Electronics Manufacturing (July 2001 – December 2002)

·         Developed new curriculum and associated laboratories for IE 436/IE 536 – Lean Manufacturing Systems (July 2002 – December 2002)

·         Developed course curriculum for IE 470/IE 470 – Engineering Management Systems (September 2003 – March 2004)

·         Redesigned ENGR 112 – Engineering Orientation II to utilize mobile wireless technology and active learning components (January 2002 – March 2005).

·         Developed course curriculum for IE 471/IE 471 – Project Management in Engineering (September 2004 – March 2005)

·         Redesigned ENGR 111 – Engineering Orientation I to include Transitional Learning Communities and discipline specific laboratories (September 2005 – December 2005)

·         Developed collaborative learning activities for IE 470/IE 470 – Engineering Management Systems (January 2006 – March 2006)

·         Experimental design for ENGR 111 – Engineering Orientation I Common first term curriculum for engineering freshman –(June 2006 – January 2008)

·         Developed Virtual Collaboration Lab and training materials (March 2007 – May 2008)

·         Pilot test of Virtual Collaboration Lab in IE 470 with ISE 5016 (Virginia Tech) (November 2008 – April 2008)

·         Created new 1-credit seminar course for OSU, University Honors College, ENGR 499H Managing in a Global Workplace (Winter 2008 and 2009).

·         Worked to integrate Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing senior capstone design courses (July 2008 – current)

·         Developed nine, physical simulation laboratories for IE 436/536 – Lean Manufacturing Systems Engineering. 

 

4. Non-Credit Course Summary

·         May 2003, Lean Healthcare Training, Samaritan Family Medicine (Instructor), Corvallis, OR.

·         July 2003, Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) Workshop, Samaritan Health Services (Instructor), Corvallis, OR.

·         December 2004, Lean Management Principles and Practice Chapter Tutorial Program, Surface Mount Technology Association (Instructor), Portland, OR.

 

5. Graduate Students

Student Name

Role

Degree

Year

Juthamas Choomlucksana

Major Professor

PhD

2011*

June Worley

Major Professor

PhD

2011*

Diane Van Scoter

Major Professor

PhD

2011*

Woraruthai Choothian

Major Professor

PhD

2011*

Jing Li

Major Professor

MS

2011*

Amirali Saeedi

Major Professor

MS

2010*

Lindsay Wiseman

Major Professor

MS

2010*

Paul Stelson

Major Professor

MS

2010*

Mark Bonnono

Major Professor

MS

2010*

Jason Kintz

Major Professor

MENG

2010*

Scott Carson

Major Professor

MENG

2010*

John Holliday

Major Professor

PhD

2010*

Behrouz Behmardi

Major Professor

MS

2009

Rungchat Chompu-inwai

Major Professor

PhD

2005

Anand Kuppusamy

Major Professor

MS

2005

Vivianne Louie

Major Professor

MS

2005

June Worley

Major Professor

MS

2004

Dwi Larso

Major Professor

PhD

2003

Chinmaya Hardas

Major Professor

MS

2003

Pasuchet Khositsakul

Major Professor

MS

2003

Vijayasarat Parthasarathy

Major Professor

MS

2003

Mike Traxler

Major Professor

MS

2003

Suppasit Jansawang

Minor Professor

PhD

2011*

Sarah Oman

Minor Professor

PhD

2011*

Douglas Van Bossuyt

Minor Professor

PhD

2011*

Jochen Czabke (WSE)

Minor Professor

MS

2007

Heather Bonin

Minor Professor

MENG

2006

Juthamas Choomlucksana

Minor Professor

MENG

2006

Myra Long

Minor Professor

MS

2006

Noa Segall

Minor Professor

MS

2003

Wiljeana Jackson (Virginia Tech)

Committee Member

PhD

2010*

Robin Feuerbacher

Committee Member

PhD

2010*

Scott Kramer

Committee Member

MS

2009

Rex Shroyer

Committee Member

MENG

2008

Leslie Braitsch

Committee Member

MS

2008

Lin-Hui Huang

Committee Member

MENG

2007

Jennifer Farris (Virginia Tech)

Committee Member

PhD

2007

Kenichi Komatsu

Committee Member

MENG

2006

Riad Lemhachheche

Committee Member

MS

2006

Parat Phinyawat

Committee Member

MENG

2006

Venkata Vunguturi (ME)

Committee Member

MENG

2006

Hamad A. Al Tuaimi (EECS)

Committee Member

MS

2005

Jeffrey Stebel

Committee Member

MS

2005

Krisda Tor-Udom

Committee Member

MENG

2005

Tony Brace

Committee Member

MS

2004

Paul Schweitzer

Committee Member

MS

2004

Nitin Sharma

Committee Member

MS

2004

Venkatachalam Subramanian

Committee Member

MS

2004

Carlos Vasquez

Committee Member

MS

2004

Sang-Bin Park

Committee Member

PhD

2003

Kittiporn Paotrakool

Committee Member

MS

2003

* Anticipated completion year

 

6. Team or Collaborative Efforts

I have served as the Project Director of two multi-year, cross-departmental grants  -- the Society of Manufacturing Engineers Education Foundation Grant (SME-EF) and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Engineering Schools of the West Initiative Grant (HF ESWI).  Both of these grants had a substantial component related to curriculum and program development.  In these roles, I have coordinated curriculum development, research, and laboratory development activities impacting multiple departments within and outside of the College of Engineering. 

 

As a result of the SME-EF work, three courses were substantially revised and three new courses were developed and continue to be offered as part of the curriculum available to engineering students at OSU.  My role on this project was to coordinate the efforts of the various faculty involved on the project, to develop curriculum and labs for 2 of the courses, and to manage the overall project (including timeline, scope, and budget).  The project was evaluated by the granting agency as a success and was highlighted at a SME-EF Board meeting, where I gave a presentation on the overall project.

 

I have also been the director/project manager for the HF ESWI program.  Similar to the SME-EF Grant, I have been responsible for managing the all aspects of this project.  The scope was significant as we have involved faculty from the College of Engineering (COE) as well as the College of Science (COS) at OSU in this effort.  In addition, faculty from nearly all departments in COE have been involved in this effort.  At a technical level, I have led efforts to develop and use assessment methodologies to evaluate the impact of the curriculum innovations funded by this grant.  I also led a follow-on project to complete a benchmarking study of three engineering programs (University of Washington, Purdue University, and Virginia Tech) and to develop a set of recommendations for OSU COE regarding undergraduate retention.  I was responsible for developing the research tools and data collection protocol. I also trained other members of the team to collect and code the data from the study.  A complete report of the results and a summary list of recommendations were developed and presented to the leadership of COE.  These recommendations are now being implemented, including a recent COE-wide offering of department open houses. 

 

I chaired the 2008 ABET accreditation effort for all three programs in our school (Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering).  I developed common processes for tracking, assessing, and evaluating Program Educational Objectives, Program Outcomes, and Course Learning Outcomes. 

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

1. Refereed Publications

 

Book Chapters

1.      Doolen, T. L. and Hacker, M. E., (2002). "Assessing Organizational Context in Team-Based Organizations," In M. Beyerlein, D. Johnson, & S. Beyerlein (Eds.), Team Based Organizing: Vol. 9. Advances in Interdisciplinary Studies of Work Teams (pp 67-90). Oxford, UK: Elsevier Science Ltd.

 

Journal Papers

1.      Doolen, T.L., Hacker, M.E., and Van Aken, E.M. (2003). “The Impact of Organizational Context on Work Team Effectiveness:  A Study of Production Teams,” IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, v. 50, n. 3, pp 285-296.

 

  1. Doolen, T.L., Porter, J.D., and Hoag, J. (2003). “The Relationship between PDA Usage and Student Performance in an Introductory Engineering Course,” Journal of Engineering Education, v. 92, n. 3, pp 263-268.

 

  1. Hacker, S.K. and Doolen, T.L. (2003). “Strategies for living: Moving from the balance paradigm,” Career Development International, v. 8, n. 6, pp 283-290.

 

  1. Doolen, T.L. and Hacker, M.E. (2005). “A Review of Lean Assessment in Organizations: An Exploratory Study of Lean Practices by Electronic Manufacturers,” Journal of Manufacturing Systems v. 24, n. 1, pp 55-67.

 

5.      Segall, N., Doolen, T.L., and Porter, J.D. (2005). “A Usability Comparison of PDA-Based Quizzes and Paper-and-Pencil Quizzes,” Computers and Education, v. 45 n. 4, pp 417-432.

 

  1. Paul, B.K., Sharma, N., and Doolen, T.L. (2005). “Microlamination based on surface mount technology for the economical production of high-aspect-ratio microchannel arrays,” Journal of Manufacturing Processes v. 7, n. 2, pp 174-181.

 

7.      Worley, J.M. and Doolen, T.L. (2006). “The Role of Communication and Management Support in a Lean Manufacturing Implementation,” Management Decision, v. 44, No. 2, pp.228-245.

 

8.      Doolen, T.L., Hacker, M.E., and Van Aken, E.M. (2006). “Managing Organizational Context for Engineering Team Effectiveness,” Team Performance Management: An International Journal, v. 12, n. 5/6, pp 138-154.

 

  1. Doolen, T. L., Traxler, M. E., and McBride, K. (2006). “Using scorecards for supplier performance improvement: Case application in a lean manufacturing organization,” Engineering Management Journal, v. 18, n. 2, pp 26-34.

 

10.  Hacker, M.E. and Doolen, T.L., (2007). “Alignment at the Top: Another Look at this Critical Factor in Project Implementation,” Engineering Management Journal, v. 19 n. 1, pp. 38-42.

 

11.  Louie, V.W. and Doolen, T.L., (2007). “A Study of Factors that Contribute to Maritime Fatigue,” Marine Technology, v. 44, n. 2, pp. 82-92.

 

12.  Doolen, T.L. and Long, M., (2007). “Identification of Retention Levers using a Survey of Engineering Freshman Attitudes at Oregon State University,” European Journal of Engineering Education, v. 32, n. 6, pp. 721 – 734.

 

13.  Chompu-inwai, R. and Doolen T.L. (2008). “The Impact of Mobile Wireless Technology on Student Attitudes in Higher Education Classrooms,” International Journal of Engineering Education, v. 24, n 1, pp. 14-22.

 

14.  Hardas, C.S., Doolen, T.L.,  and Jensen, D.H. (2008). “Development of a genetic algorithm for component placement sequence optimization in printed circuit board assembly,  Computers & Industrial Engineering, v. 55, n. 1, pp. 165 – 182.

 

15.  Czabke, J., Hansen, E.N., and Doolen, T.L. (2008). “A multi-site field study of lean thinking in U.S. and German secondary wood products manufacturers," Forest Products Journal, v. 58, n. 9, pp 77 – 85.

 

16.  Farris, J.A., Van Aken, E.M., Doolen, T.L., and Worley, J., (2008). “Learning from Less Successful Kaizen Events: A Case Study,” Engineering Management Journal, v. 20, No. 3, pp. 10-20.

 

17.  Doolen, T.L., Van Aken, E., Farris, J.A., Worley, J.M., and Huwe J., (2008). “Kaizen Events and Organizational Performance: A Field Study,” International Journal of Productivity & Performance Management, v. 57, No. 8, pp. 637-658.

 

18.  Farris, J., Van Aken, E.M., Doolen, T. L., and Worley, J. (2009). “Critical success factors for human resource outcomes in Kaizen events: An empirical study,” International Journal of Production Economics, v. 117, pp. 42-65.

 

19.  Doolen, T.L., Larso, D. and Hacker, M. E. (2009). “Development of a manufacturing flexibility hierarchy through factor and cluster analysis: The role of new product type on U.S. electronic manufacturer performance,” Accepted October 2008 for publication in Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management, v. 20, n. 4, pp 417-441.

 

20.  Funk, K.H., Bauer, J. D., Doolen, T.L; Telasha, D., Nicolalde, J., Reeber, M., Yodpijit, N., and Long, M. (2010). “The Use of Modeling to Identify Vulnerabilities to Human Error in Laparoscopy," Accepted for publication in The Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology.

 

 

2. Refereed Conference Proceedings Papers

1.   Hacker, M.E., Doolen, T.L., and Van Aken, E.M. (1999). “Issues in the Design, Analysis, and Interpretation of Quasi-Experiments in Industrial Settings,” Proceedings of the 1999 Industrial Engineering Research Conference, Phoenix, AZ, May 24-25, 1999.

 

2.   Doolen, T.L. and Hacker, M.E.  (2000). “Measuring Team Performance:  A Balanced Approach,” Proceedings of the 2000 Industrial Engineering Solutions Conference, Cleveland, OH, May 22-24, 2000.

 

3.   Doolen, T.L. and Hacker, M.E. (2000). “Teams in Context:  What Do We Know Today?” Proceedings of the 2000 Industrial Engineering and Research Conference, Cleveland, OH, May 22-24, 2000.

 

4.   Hacker, M.E. and Doolen, T.L. (2002). “Studying Management Efficiency and Effectiveness – A Case Study,” Proceedings of the 2002 Industrial Engineering and Research Conference, May 19 –21, 2002, Orlando, FL.

 

5.   Doolen, T.L., Nagarajan, R.D., and Hacker, M.E. (2002). “Lean Manufacturing: An Electronics Manufacturing Perspective,” Proceedings of the 2002 Industrial Engineering and Research Conference, May 19 –21, 2002, Orlando, FL.

 

6.   Doolen, T.L., Funk, K., Liu, C., Botney, R. (2003). "Re-engineering the Operating Room to Improve Surgical Patient Safety," Proceedings of the 2003 Society for Health Systems (SHS) Management Engineering Forum, February 7-8, 2003, San Diego, CA.

 

7.   Hardas, C.S. and Doolen, T. L. (2003). “Component placement optimization in PCB assembly,” Proceedings of the 2003 Industrial Engineering and Research Conference, May 17 –21, 2003, Portland, OR.

 

8.        Funk, K.H., Doolen, T.L., Botney, R., and Bauer, J.D.  (2003). “A Functional Model of the Operating Room,” Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 47th Annual Meeting, October 13-17, 2003, Denver, CO, pp 1569-1573.

 

9.   Doolen, T.L. and Worley, J. (2003),  A lean manufacturing model for performance,” Proceedings of the 2003 Industrial Engineering and Research Conference, May 17 –21, 2003, Portland, OR.

 

10.  Doolen, T.L., Worley, J., Van Aken, E. M., and Farris, J. (2003). “Development of an Assessment Approach for Kaizen Events,” Proceedings of the 2003 Industrial Engineering and Research Conference, May 17 –21, 2003, Portland, OR.

 

11.  Farris, J., Van Aken, E. M., Doolen, T.L., and Worley, J.  (2004). “Longitudinal Analysis of Kaizen Event Effectiveness,” Proceedings of the 2004 Industrial Engineering and Research Conference, May 16 –19, 2004, Houston, TX.

 

12.  Doolen, T.L. and Worley, J.  (2004). “A Case Study Analysis of a Lean Performance Model,” Proceedings of the 2004 Industrial Engineering and Research Conference, May 16 –19, 2004, Houston, TX.

 

13.  Chompu-inwai, R. and Doolen, T.L. (2004). “IDEF Functional Modeling for Instructional Processes in Mobile Wireless Technology Classrooms,”  Proceedings of the 34th Conference on Computers and Industrial Engineering, November 14 –16, 2004, San Francisco, CA

 

14.  Chompu-inwai, R. and Doolen, T.L. (2005). “Using the Integration of QFD and IDEF Techniques for Mobile Wireless Classroom Process Improvement,” Proceedings of the 2005 ASEE Annual Conference, June 2005, Portland, OR.

 

15. Farris, J., Van Aken, E.M., Doolen, T.L., and Worley, J. (2006). “Studying Kaizen Event Outcomes and Critical Success Factors: A Model-Based Approach,” Proceedings of the 2006 Industrial Engineering and Research Conference, May 20 – 24, 2006, Orlando, FL.

 

16.  Funk K.H., Doolen, T.L., Nicolalde, J., Bauer, J.D., Telasha, D., and Reeber, M., (2006). “A Methodology to Identify Systemic Vulnerabilities to Human Error in the Operating Room,” Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 50th Annual Meeting, October 16-20, 2006, San Francisco, CA.

 

17.  Farris, J., Van Aken, E. M., Doolen, T. L., and Worley, J. (2006). “Learning from Kaizen Event Failures: A Research Methodology for Determining the Characteristics of More – and Less – Successful Events,” Proceedings of the 27th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Engineering Management, October 25-28, 2006, Huntsville, AL.

 

18.  Chompu-inwai, R. and Doolen, T. L. (2006). “A Methodology for Studying the Impact of Laptops in Engineering Classrooms,” Proceedings of the 36th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, October 28 – 31, 2006, San Diego, CA.

 

19.  Chompu-inwai, R. and Doolen, T. L. (2006). “Using Qualitative Methods to Evaluate the Use of Technology in the Classroom,” Proceedings of the 36th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, October 28 – 31, 2006, San Diego, CA.

 

20.  Worley, J., Doolen, T.L., Van Aken, E.M., Farris, J.A., (2007). “A Comparative Assessment of Kaizen Events within an Organization", Proceedings of the 2007 Industrial Engineering and Research Conference, May 19 – 23, 2007, Nashville, TN.

 

21.  Farris, J.A., Van Aken, E.M., Doolen, T.L., and Worley, J., (2007). "Evaluating the Psychometric Properties of Kaizen Event Effectiveness Measures", Proceedings of the 2007 Industrial Engineering and Research Conference, May 19 – 23, 2007, Nashville, TN.

 

22.  Farris, J.H., Van Aken, E.M., Doolen, T.L., and Worley, J., (2007) "A Study of Mediating Relationships on Kaizen Event Teams", Proceedings of the 2007 Industrial Engineering and Research Conference, May 19 – 23, 2007, Nashville, TN.

 

23.  Worley, J., Doolen, T.L., Mitchell, R., Van Aken, E.M., Farris, J.A., (2008)."Assessing Content Validity in Kaizen Event Research Surveys", Proceedings of the 2008 Industrial Engineering and Research Conference, May 18 – 21, 2008, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

 

24.  Glover, W., Farris, J.H., Van Aken, E.M., Doolen, T.L., and Worley, J., (2008). "Kaizen Event Follow-up Mechanisms and Goal Sustainability: Preliminary Results", Proceedings of the 2007 Industrial Engineering and Research Conference, May 18 – 21, 2008, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

 

25.  Doolen, T.L. and Bonnono, M.A. (2009). “The Impact of Shared Ownership on Virtual Team Effectiveness” Proceedings of the 2009 Industrial Engineering and Research Conference, May 30 – June 3, 2009, Miami, FL.

 

26.  Doolen, T.L. and Choomlucksana, J. (2009). “Using Collaborative-Learning Activities to Introduce Lean Principles and Methods in the Higher Education Classroom,” Proceedings of the 2009 Industrial Engineering and Research Conference, May 30 – June 3, 2009, Miami, FL.

 

27.  Wiseman, L. and Doolen, T.L. (2009). “Evaluating the Effectiveness And Efficiency of Continuous Improvement Training,” Proceedings of the 30th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Engineering Management, October 14 – 17, 2009, Springfield, MO.

 

3. Practitioner-Oriented Publications (non-refereed)

1.      Doolen, T.L., Funk, K.H., Bauer, J.D., and Botney, R. (2003). “A Careful Examination,” Industrial Engineer, v. 35, n. 11, pp. 46-51.

 

2.      Doolen, T.L., Van Aken, E.M., Worley, J., and Farris, J. (2006). “Kaizen Event Success and Sustainability: New Research,” Lean Directions - The E-newsletter of Lean Manufacturing, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, November 2006. http://www.sme.org/cgi-bin/get-newsletter.pl?LEAN&20061110&2&

 

4. Presentations, Poster Sessions, and Non-refereed Papers

  1. Doolen, T.L. (2000). “Measuring Team Performance: A Balanced Approach,” Presented at the 2000 Industrial Engineering Solutions Conference, Cleveland, Ohio, May 22, 2000.

 

  1. Doolen, T.L. and Hacker, M.E.  (2002). “Understanding Organizational Context and Teams: A Team Leader’s Perspective,” Presented at the 2001 Industrial Engineering Research Conference, Dallas, TX, May 2001.

 

  1. Doolen, T.L. (2004). Assessment & Evaluation of Kaizen Events as an Organizational Change Mechanism, Presented at Manufacturing in Lean Times Conference, Corvallis, Oregon, October 2003.

 

  1. Doolen, T.L. and Hacker, M.E. (2004). “The Impact of Lean Manufacturing Practices and Principles on Electronics Manufacturers,” Poster presented at the 2004 NSF Design, Service and Manufacturing Grantees and Research Conference, Dallas, Texas, January 2004.

 

  1. Brace, T., Long, M., and Doolen, T.L. (2004). “Improving Operating Room Patient Safety,” Presented at the OCHE and OSAOHN Healthcare Ergonomics Conference, Portland, Oregon, July 2004.

 

  1. Doolen, T.L. (2004). “Lean Manufacturing Overview,” Presented at the Oregon Chapter Surface Mount Technology Association 20th Anniversary Celebration Meeting, Portland, Oregon, September 2004.

 

  1. Doolen, T.L. (2004). “Lean Management Principles and Practices,” Presented for the Oregon Chapter Surface Mount Technology Association Training Day, Portland, OR, November 2004.

 

  1. Doolen, T.L. (2006). “How to get the most out of your Kaizen Event,” Presented at a joint meeting of the Portland Chapters of the Institute of Industrial Engineers and the Society for Manufacturing Engineers, Portland, Oregon, February 2006.

 

  1. Doolen, T.L. (2006). “A Study of Kaizen Events,” Presented to the Society of Manufacturing Engineers Human Side of Lean Interest Group teleconference, April 2006.

 

  1. Doolen, T.L. and Van Aken, E.M. (2006). “How to get the Most out of your Kaizen Event,” Presented at the 2006 Industrial Engineering Solutions Conference, Orlando, Florida, May 2006.

 

  1. Doolen, T.L. and Takeda, K. (2006). “Expanding Your Member Base: The World Beyond Manufacturing, Presented at the Institute of Industrial Engineers Volunteer Leadership Training, Orlando, Florida, May 2006.

 

  1. Doolen, T.L., Van Aken, E.M., Farris, J.A., and Worley, J. (2007). “How to Create Successful Kaizen Events,” Presented at the 2007 Industrial Engineering Solutions Conference, Nashville, TN, May 2007.

 

  1. Van Aken, E.M., Doolen, T.L., Glover, W. and Farris, J.A. (2008). “Designing Successful Kaizen Event Programs: Lessons Learned from Case Studies and the Literature,” Presented at the 2008 Industrial Engineering Solutions Conference, Vancouver, BC, May 2008.

 

  1. Van Aken, E.M., Letens, G., and Doolen, T.L (2009). “Getting Started with Your Kaizen Event Program: Design for Success,” Presented at the 2009 Industrial Engineering Solutions Conference, Miami, FL, June 2009.

 


GRANT AND CONTRACT SUPPORT

 

Title

:

Issuance of Driver Licenses and Identification Cards to Prisoners

Source

:

Oregon Department of Transportation

PI(s)

:

David Kim, J. David Porter, Toni Doolen

Dates

:

1/19/2010 – 6/30/2010

Level

:

$ 44,924

 

 

 

Title

:

Multi-State ABC Decision Tool and Economic Modeling Project

Source

:

Oregon Department of Transportation.

PI(s)

:

Toni Doolen

Dates

:

12/23/2009 – 12/31/2011

Level

:

$91,053

 

 

 

Title

:

Development of Continuous Improvement Tools and Training

Source

:

Oregon Metals Initiative and Cascade Steel Rolling Mills, Inc.

PI(s)

:

Toni Doolen

Dates

:

12/15/2008 – 6/15/2010

Level

:

$50,235

 

 

 

Title

:

Local versus State Bridge Construction Costs Comparison

Source

:

Oregon Department of Transportation

PI(s)

:

Toni Doolen

Dates

:

09/15/2008 – 09/14/2009

Level

:

$38,302

 

 

 

Title

:

OSU Lean Enterprise

Source

:

Boeing Company

PI(s)

:

Toni L. Doolen

Dates

:

08/01/200707/31/2010

Level

:

$3,000

 

 

 

Title

:

Collaborative Proposal: Determinants of kaizen event success and sustainability.

Source

:

National Science Foundation

PI(s)

:

Toni L. Doolen and Eileen Van Aken

Dates

:

08/01/05 – 7/31/10

Level

:

$373,051

 

 

 

Title

:

Understanding and Modeling Design Uncertainty in Real-World Organizations

Source

:

School of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering SEED Grant

PI(s)

:

Toni Doolen and Irem Tumer

Dates

:

02/1/2008 – 01/31/2009

Level

:

$25,000

 

 

 

Title

:

Integrating Global Competence into Undergraduate Engineering Courses at OSU

Source

:

Teaching and Learning Innovation Grant, OSU

PI(s)

:

Toni L. Doolen

Dates

:

02/01/08 – 02/01/09

Level

:

$2,750

 

 

 

Title

:

Integrating Hands-On Discovery of Lean Principles into

Management and Engineering Curricula (Travel grant and laboratory materials)

Source

:

NSF DUE

PI(s)

:

Toni Doolen

Dates

:

08/01/200707/31/2009

Level

:

$5,500 ($500 in travel grant, $5,000 in laboratory materials)

 

 

 

Title

:

Global Collaboration and Distributed Design

Source

:

Boeing Company

PI(s)

:

Toni Doolen

Dates

:

08/01/200707/31/2009

Level

:

$4,000

 

 

 

Title

:

Engineering Schools of the West: An Integrated Learning Platform to Improve Engineering Recruitment and Retention.

Source

:

William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

PI(s)

:

Toni L. Doolen, J. David Porter, Joe Zaworski, Robert Paasch, and Michael Quinn

Dates

:

07/01/03 – 07/31/08

Level

:

$1,100,000

 

 

 

Title

:

Development of Vulnerability Analysis Matrix Software for Operating Rooms.

Source

:

John C. Erkkila, M. D. Endowment for Health and Human Performance, Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation

PI(s)

:

Toni L. Doolen and Kenneth H. Funk

Dates

:

01/05/05 – 12/30/05

Level

:

$12,640

 

 

 

Title

:

Comparative Evaluation of costs and the cost-effectiveness of mobile wireless technology in undergraduate engineering courses.

Source

:

Northwest Academic Computing Consortium

PI(s)

:

Toni L. Doolen

Dates

:

06/01/04 – 05/30/05

Level

:

$9,995

 

 

 


 

Title

:

The impact of Lean Manufacturing Practices and Principles on Electronics Manufacturers

Source

:

National Science Foundation

PI(s)

:

Toni L. Doolen and Marla E. Hacker

Dates

:

09/15/02 – 08/31/04

Level

:

$82,215

 

 

 

Title

:

Investigating Alternative Materials for Wave Solder Pallets

Source

:

Ascentec Engineering

PI(s)

:

Toni L. Doolen

Dates

:

01/01/04 – 06/15/04

Level

:

$10,000 (Total)/ $10,000 (TLD)

 

 

 

Title

:

Operating Room Human-Machine Systems Engineering: Modeling the OR.

Source

:

John C. Erkkila, M. D. Endowment for Health and Human Performance, Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation

PI(s)

:

Toni L. Doolen and Kenneth H. Funk

Dates

:

01/05/03 – 12/30/03

Level

:

$12,773

 

 

 

Title

:

Multidisciplinary Curriculum for the Rapid Deployment of Lean Automated Manufacturing.

Source

:

Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Education Foundation

PI(s)

:

Toni L. Doolen, Brian Paul. Robert Paasch, and Dean Jensen

Dates

:

10/01/01 – 09/30/03

Level

:

$184,970

 

 

 

Title

:

Lean Automation Laboratory Development

Source

:

In-Kind Donations for Lean Automation Lab

PI(s)

:

Toni L. Doolen

Dates

:

09/01/02 – 12/31/03

Level

:

$ 12,477

 

 

 

Title

:

Outcome assessment of mobile wireless technology learning environment in engineering

Source

:

Northwest Academic Computing Consortium

PI(s)

:

Toni L. Doolen and J. David Porter

Dates

:

05/01/02 – 05/01/03

Level

:

$10,000

 

 

 


 

Title

:

Hewlett-Packard Mobile Technology Solutions Initiative –Phase II.

Source

:

Hewlett Packard Corporation

PI(s)

:

J. David Porter, Toni L. Doolen and Ben Lee

Dates

:

01/01/02  – 01/01/03

Level

:

$113,518

 

 

 

Title

:

Hewlett-Packard Mobile Technology Solutions Initiative – Phase I.

Source

:

Hewlett Packard Corporation

PI(s)

:

J. David Porter, Toni L. Doolen and Ben Lee

Dates

:

07/01/01 – 07/01/02

Level

:

$229,722

 

PATENT AWARDS/INVENTIONS

 

Patent Application Submitted March 2006

OSU 03-37; US Application; High Volume Microlamination Production of Devices

Inventors:    Brian Paul, Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering

Toni Doolen, Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering

Nitin Sharma, Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering

 

SERVICE

 

1. UNIVERSITY SERVICE

·         Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering faculty search committee (Fall 2001 – Spring 2002)

·         College of Engineering Women and Minorities Engineering Program Director search committee member (Fall 2002)

·         Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Space committee member (September 2001 – August 2002)

·         Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering ABET accreditation co-chair (September 2001 – October 2002)

·         CONNECT Professor Panel member, OSU (October 2002, October 2003)

·         Academic advisor, Phi Sigma Kappa (September 2003 – September 2004)

·         College of Engineering Recruitment, Retention, and Research committee member (RRR) to develop COE Diversity plan (2004 – 2005)

·         Academic advisor, Pre-engineering students (Industrial, manufacturing, and general) (September 2001 – September 2005)

·         Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Undergraduate recruiting committee chair (May 2002 – June 2005)

·         Boeing Professorship selection committee member (2006)

·         ONAMI MBI Process Development Manager selection committee member (2006)

·         IME ABET coordinator (2002 – 2007)

·         Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering faculty search committee (September 2005 – June 2008)

·         Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering lab manager for Lean Automation Lab (September 2001 – Current)

·         Industrial Engineering Recruiting and Retention committee chair (June 2004 – June 2006)

·         Faculty advisor, Oregon State University Surface Mount Technology Association Student Chapter (September 2002 – August 2008)

·         Faculty advisor, Oregon State University Institute of Industrial Engineers Student Chapter (September 2008 – Current)

·         MIME Vision committee (September 2007 – September 2009)

·         MIME P&T committee member (January 2009 – September 2009)

·         MIME ABET Chair (June 2007 – Current)

 

2. SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION

 

National Leadership Roles

·         Committee member, Society for Engineering and Management Systems, Institute of Industrial Engineers (May 2002 – April 2003)

·         Director, Society for Engineering and Management Systems, Institute of Industrial Engineers (May 2003 – April 2004)

·         President-Elect, Society for Engineering and Management Systems, Institute of Industrial Engineers (May 2004 – April 2005)

·         President, Society for Engineering and Management Systems, Institute of Industrial Engineers (May 2005 – April 2006)

·         Past-President, Society for Engineering and Management Systems, Institute of Industrial Engineers (May 2006 – April 2007)

·         Task Force member, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Education Foundation, Youth Task Force Committee (December 2004 – April 2005)

·         Chair, IIE Annual Conference Process Task Force, Institute of Industrial Engineers (May 2005 – Aug 2006)

·         Institute of Industrial Engineers, Vice President of Technical Networking (May 2009 – May 2011)

·         2011 Institute of Industrial Engineers Research Conference Co-Chair (Appointed January 2009)

 

Review Boards and Panels

·         Panel Member Proposal Reviewer, National Science Foundation, DMI, May 2005

·         Reviewer for Journal of Engineering Education (August 2004 – current)

·         Reviewer for International Journal of Productivity & Performance Management (July 2005 – current)

·         Editorial Review Board, Management Decision (August 2006 – current)

·         Editor, Engineering Management Journal (February 2009 -- current)

 

Professional Conference Leadership Roles

·         Session chair, (Solutions Conference) 2000 International Industrial Engineering Conference, Cleveland, Ohio (May 2000)

·         Track chair, (Research Conference) 2000 Industrial Engineering Conference, Cleveland, Ohio (May 2000)

·         Program committee member (Research Conference) 2003 International Industrial Engineering Conference, Portland, Oregon (May 2003)

·         Track chair (Research Conference) 2003 Industrial Engineering Conference, Portland, Oregon (May 2003)

·         Track chair (Solutions Conference) 2004 Industrial Engineering Conference, Houston, Texas (May 2004)

·         PICMET 2006 program committee member and reviewer (Spring 2004)

·         Invited Engineering Management session chair (Research Conference), 2006 Industrial Engineering Conference, Orlando, Florida (May 2006)

·         Engineering Management track chair (Research Conference), 2007 Industrial Engineering Conference, Nashville, Tennessee (May 2007)

·         Engineering Management session chair (Research Conference), 2008 Industrial Engineering Conference, Vancouver, BC, Canada, (May 2008)

·         IIE Engineering Management Award Committee (January – June 2008)

·         Engineering Management invited session chair (Research Conference), 2009 Industrial Engineering Conference, Miami, Florida, (May 2009)

 

3. SERVICE TO THE PUBLIC (professionally related)

·         President, Santa Clara Valley Section, Society of Women Engineers (1991-1993)

·         National Career Guidance Committee Chair, Society of Women Engineers (1995-1999)

·         President, Willamette Valley Section, Society of Women Engineers (1996-1998)

·         Engineering Week Program Chair, Society of Women Engineers, Willamette Valley Section (September 1998 – February 2000)

·         SESEY Outreach Workshop Instructor (July 2002)

·         ASE Mentor (June 2002 – August 2002)

·         Girl Scout Programs Committee Chair, Society of Women Engineers, Willamette Valley Section (September 2001 – June 2003)

·         E-Camp Workshop (August 2003)

·         Instructor, Saturday Academy, Inside Technology for Girls (March 2003)

·         Adventures in Learning, E-Manufacturing Class, Pre-College Programs, Oregon State University (July 2004)

·         Adventures in Learning, E-Manufacturing Class, Pre-College Programs, Oregon State University (July 2005)

·         Engineering Camp, Saturday Academy, Pre-College Programs, Oregon State University (July 2005)

·         Society of Women Engineers, National Work Life Balance Award Judge (May 2006)

·         Girl Scout Programs Volunteer, Society of Women Engineers, Willamette Valley Section (September 2006 – May 2007)

·         Engineers Week Banquet Chair, Society of Women Engineers, Willamette Valley Section, (September 2006 – June 2009)

 

4. SERVICE TO THE PUBLIC (Non-professionally related)

·         Room parent, Zion Lutheran School (2007, 2006, 2005, 2003, and 2001)

·         Team Manager, Oregon United Soccer Association, U12 Chivas (September 2005 – November 2005)

·         Director, Beaver Gymnastics Academy (September 2005 – July 2006)

 


AWARDS

·         Hewlett-Packard Resident Fellowship to attend Stanford University (September 1990)

·         Society of Women Engineers, Distinguished New Engineer (June 1997)

·         Best Paper, Institute of Industrial Engineers, Engineering Management Track (May 2004)

·         National Society of Collegiate Scholars’ 2006 Faculty of the Year Award Nominee (May 2006)

·         OSU, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Department, IIE Faculty of the Year Award (2006)

·         OSU, School of Mechanical, Industrial, & Manufacturing Engineering, IIE Faculty of the Year Award (2007)

·         OSU, School of Mechanical, Industrial, & Manufacturing Engineering, Most Outstanding Professor, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (2008)

·         Best Paper, Institute of Industrial Engineers, Engineering Management (May 2008)

·         OSU, School of Mechanical, Industrial, & Manufacturing Engineering, Most Outstanding Professor, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (2009)

·         Society of Women Engineers, Fellow (October 2009)

·         Winner of the 2009 Ted Eschenbach Best Engineering Management Journal Paper Award (October 2009)