June 2012—July 2012: ICN Business School Visiting Scholar, Information Systems and Supply Chain Management Department, Metz, France
January 2002—May 2003: The University of Texas at Arlington Lecturer Information Systems and Operations Management Department, College of Business
August 2000— August 2003: The University of Dallas Adjunct Professor in the Graduate School of Management
Prior Industry Experience: Dallas Semiconductor as a Production Control Coordinator and then as Supply Chain Coordinator in Dallas, Texas.
General Instrument, Inc. as a Production and Inventory Control Manager in Dallas, Texas.
Siecor Corporation as a Production Planner and then as a Quality Facilitator in Keller, Texas.
Pizza Inn, Inc. as a General Manager and Training Supervisor in Dallas, Texas.
Publications in Refereed Journals
Visich, John, Li, Suhong, and Reyes, Pedro M., (2012 forthcoming) “Radio Frequency Identification Implementation in Hospitals: Insights for Health Care Executives and Managers,” submitted to Production & Inventory Management Journal, 9/11, revised and resubmitted 1/12, accepted for publication 2/12.
Reyes, Pedro M., Li, Suhong, and Visich, John, (2012 forthcoming) “Accessing Antecedents and Outcomes of RFID Implementation in Health Care,” submitted to International Journal of Production Economics, 8/10, revised and resubmitted 8/11, accepted 9/11.
Zelbst, Pamela, Green, Kenneth, Sower, Victor, and Reyes, Pedro M. (2112) “Impact of RFID on Manufacturing Effectiveness and Efficiency, International Journal of Operations and Production Management, 32(3), 329-350.
Scavarda, Luiz, Barros, Monica, Scavarda, Annibal, Reyes, Pedro M., and Jaska, Pat. (2012 forthcoming) “Warehouse Management System Implementation in a Brazilian Distribution Center,” submitted 1/10, revised and resubmitted 9/10, accepted 11/10 for publication in International Journal of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management.
Gale, Tony, Rajamani, Divakar, Reyes, Pedro M., and Sriskandarajah, Chelliah. (2010) “The Impact of RFID on Supply Chain Performance,” Technology, Operations and