Operations and IT Management
Andy Shogan joined the Haas School’s faculty in 1974 after receiving an AB in mathematics from Princeton and a PhD in Operations Research from Stanford. At Berkeley Haas, he served several times as chair of the Operations & Information Technology Group, and, during the period 1991-2007, he served as Associate Dean for Instruction. Although now retired, Shogan still teaches at Haas and also performs special projects for the school (most recently in Vietnam, Saudi Arabia, and Sri Lanka). In 2007, he was awarded the Chancellor’s Distinguished Service Award for his long-time service to both Haas and the university. For his teaching, Shogan has twice received the Haas School’s Cheit Award for Teaching Excellence (once from the Full-time MBA students and once from the EWMBA students), and he has received the campus-wide Distinguished Teaching Award from the university’s faculty. In addition to being a Haas faculty member, Shogan has been a visiting professor at France’s University of Nice Sophia Antipolis and Switzerland’s Lorange Institute of Business (formerly GSBA Zurich), and he is currently a visiting professor at Denmark’s AVT Business School, where he annually teaches in the school’s Executive MBA Program. Shogan has taught a variety of executive education programs in the United States, China, Thailand, Taiwan, Jamaica, Mexico, and Switzerland. In 1988, his textbook Management Science was published by Prentice-Hall.