Don N. Pope, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Management
Office: 279 Mabee Business Building
Address: ACU Box 29309, Abilene, Texas 79699
Degrees, Licenses & Certificates:
- Ph.D. (Industrial Engineering), Texas A&M University, 1980
- M.Engr. (Industrial Engineering), Texas A&M University, 1976
- BS (Mathematics), Oklahoma Christian University of Sciences & Arts, 1975
Academic Positions Held:
- Instructor of Operations Research in the School of Business, Texas Christian University, Spring 1983, Fall 1983, Spring 1984.
- 5 Years, Team Leader, Manufacturing Systems Planning, Manufacturing, 5 Years, Manager, Master Planning, Industrial Engineering, 8 Years, Manager, Modeling Simulation, Industrial Modernization, Northrop Grumman - Integrated Systems and Aerostructures Sector, July 1982-2000
- Senior Manufacturing Technology Engineer, General Dynamics/Fort Worth Division, 1980-1982.
- Production Management
- Project Management
- SAP R/3 enterprise software
- Quality Management
- Operations management applications in nonprofits
- Enterprise software systems education
- Zambia Medical Mission
- Pope, Don and Brister, Jozell (2001) “Jones Aircraft: A Future Up in the Air”, 2001 Annual Advances in Case Research, Society of Case Research.
- Pope, Don, Parris, Andrew and Smith, Kent (2004) “The Lean Church: Streamlining Your Ministry for Maximum Effectiveness”, Don Pope, Andrew Parris, and Kent Smith, Regents Business Review, Issue 10, http://www.regent.edu/acad/schbus/maz/busreview/issue10/leanchurch.html
- Totten, Jeff and Pope, Don (2004) “EM2: The Phone Rang at the Game”, Business Case Journal, Volume 12, Issue 1, pp. 52-59.
- Perkins, David and Pope, Don (2003) “Our Unchanging God: An Anchor in the Sea of Uncertainty”, David Perkins and Don Pope, Christian Business Faculty Association Annual Conference.
- Vardiman, Phil, Pope, Don, Jinkerson, Darryl, and Coco, Malcolm (2003) “A Study of Performance Assessment Practices in Local Church Congregations”, Christian Business Faculty Association Annual Conference.
- Pope, Don and Dalzell, Joyce (2004) “FaithWorks: A Case Study in Nonprofit Planning and Implementation”, Christian Business Faculty Association Annual Conference.
- Small, Charles, Pope, Don and Reeves, Brent (2002) “KCITI: A Model for Teaching Technology in a Third World Urban Setting”, The Christian Scholar’s Conference, Oklahoma Christian University, Oklahoma City, OK.
- Pope, Don and Reeves, Brent (2002) “Lean and Technology: Friends or Foes?”, Applied Manufacturing Conference, sponsored by Texas Manufacturing Assistance Center (TMAC), San Antonio, TX.