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Paulo Gomes

Paulo Gomes

Assistant Professor
Department of Information Systems and Business Analytics

College of Business
Florida International University

Modesto A. Maidique Campus
11200 S.W. 8th St, RB 205A
Miami, FL 33199

P: (305) 348-4610
E: pgomes@fiu.edu

Education

  • Doctor
    Boston University

Areas of Expertise

  • Healthcare Operations Management
  • New Product Development

Professional Activities

Paulo Gomes is an Assistant Professor at Florida International University College of Business where he teaches Operations and Supply Chain Management in the Healthcare MBA and Master of International Business programs. He received his doctoral degree in Technology and Operations Management from Boston University. His research focuses on design and management of innovation in healthcare systems and design of sustainable operations and products.

Paulo has done extensive consulting in the healthcare industry, both with corporations such as Novartis and Roche Diagnostics, and government institutions such as the Portuguese NHS and the Mission for Reorganizing Primacy Care. Prior to joining FIU, he has been on the faculty at Babson College, MIT Engineering Systems Division, Boston University and Nova School of Business. He has been the director of the COHITEC Lisbon between 2005-2008, a program that supported the launch of technology ventures. Before joining academia, Paulo Gomes worked as financial analyst, product manager and coordinator of technology banking products in the financial services industry.

Courses Taught

  • Managing Global Production and Technology
  • Operations Management

Refereed Journal Articles

Gomes, P., Silva, G. & Lages, L. F. (2014). The Role of TQM in Strategic Product Innovation: An Empirical Assessment. International Journal of Operations and Production Management. 34 (10), 1307-1337.


Gomes, P. (2013). Framing Uncertainties During Product Development: A Knowledge-Involved System. International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management. 10 (6).


Gomes, P. & Dahab, S. (2010). Bundling resources across supply chain dyads: The role of modularity and coordination capabilities. International Journal of Operations and Production Management. 30 (1), 57–74.


Gomes, P. & Joglekar, N. (2008). Linking Modularity with Problem Solving and Coordination Efforts. Managerial and Decision Economics. 29, 443-457.


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