California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

Dr. Phillip R. Rosenkrantz, P.E. Portrait of Phil Rosenkrantz
Professor Emeritus
Industrial and Manufacturing
Engineering Department
College of Engineering
3801 West Temple Blvd.
Pomona, CA 91768
Phone: (909) 869-2553
Department Office Phone: (909) 869-2555
FAX: (909) 869-2564
Office: 9-145
Email: rosenkrantz@csupomona.edu
 
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Professional Information

Education
Academic Experience
Professional Societies
Publications and Presentations
Honors and Awards
Industrial Experience
Consulting Experience
Other Activities
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Education

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Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership, Pepperdine University Dissertation: An Assessment of Executive Awareness and Corporate Use of Statistical Methodologies in the American Automobile Industry (2002) (Commencement 4/20/2002)

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MS in Statistics, University of California Riverside (1988)

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MS in Industrial Administration, Purdue University (1972)

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Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering Option, Kettering University (formerly General Motors Institute ) (1972)

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Santa Fe High School, Santa Fe Springs, CA 1967 (Reunion Page)

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PE Manufacturing Engineering, CA

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Academic Experience

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1986-present
Professor, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Department, California
State Polytechnic University, Pomona
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1995-1998
Director, Western Taguchi Center

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1990-1997
Department Chair, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Department,
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

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Most Recent Courses taught:

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IME 112 Introduction to Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering

IME 301 Statistical Variation in Engineering Design
IME 312 Probability & Statistics for Engineers
IME 415 Quality Control By Statistical Methods
IME 460 Senior Seminar
IME 499 Engineering Colloquium
IE 416 Operations Research I

IE 419 Reliability Concepts and Techniques

EGR 403 Asset Allocation in Technical Decision Making
EGR 402 Ethics and Engineering Decision Making

1982-1986
Associate Professor
, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Department,
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

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Professional Societies

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American Society for Engineering Education, Member - Member of Engineering Economy, Engineering Management, and Education Research Divisions

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American Society for Quality, Senior Member - Member of Statistics, Management, Reliability and Education Divisions

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Publications and Presentations (selected list)

A Deeper Look at Deming's System of Profound Knowledge, All Day Seminar for the Orange Empire Section of ASQ. March 1, 2013, Brandiman University

Transformational Leadership 101: What Industrial Engineering Graduates Should Know about the Six Stages of Quality Management System Implementation, ASEE World Conference, V ancouver, B.C., June 2011

SurveyMonkey: A versatile, inexpensive tool for assessment and analysis, Workshop at RosEvalutation Conference, Rose Hulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute, IN, April 17-18, 2009

Using an On-line Survey Tool to Streamline Outcomes Assessment. Presentation and Proceedings. PSW/ASEE Joint Meeting. National University, San Diego, CA, March 19-20, 2009

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Teaching Engineering Economy as a Hybrid On-Line Course: Tools, Methods, Assessment, and Continuous Improvement, ASEE Conference & Proceedings, Honolulu, HI. June 2007

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American Society for Quality, Orange Empire Section, May 2007 Dinner Speaker. Topic: Transformation

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Lessons from Teaching Engineering Economy as a Hybrid On-Line Course Using WebCT, ASEE Conference & Proceedings, Nashville, TN, June 2003

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American Society for Quality, Orange Empire Section, May 2003 Dinner Speaker: Presentation: An Assessment of Executive Awareness and Corporate Use of Statistical Methodologies in the American Automobile Industry

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PSW/ASEE Joint Meeting. Kellogg West Conference Center and Lodge, Cal Poly Pomona, April 11-13, 2001: Paper, Workshop & Presentation: Using Web Pages to Create a Learning Community ppt

Using Quality Function Deployment to Meet ABET 2000 Requirements for Outcomes Assessment, ASEE Conference & Proceedings, St. Louis, MO. June 2000 (Handout Download Page)

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Indirect Labor Activity Cost Study for a Sample Miliary Apparel Contract, ATRC (with Leila Habibabadi), September1996

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Using TQM Techniques for Curriculum Development: Developing the
Manufacturing Engineering Curriculum at Cal Poly Pomona
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ASQC 50th Annual Quality Congress, May 1996, page 29 proceedings, Chicago, IL.

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Manufacturing in the Curriculum, ASEE Conference and Procedings, Anaheim, CA, July 1996

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Honors and Awards


Outstanding Teacher Award, College of Engineering, Cal Poly Pomona, 2012
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Distinguished Engineering Educator, Los Angeles Council of Engineers & Scientists, 2009

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Simon Collier Quality Award 2005, Los Angeles Chapter of ASQ

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Distinguished Engineering Educator 2002, San Fernando Valley Engineers Council

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George P. Hart Award for Outstanding Faculty Leadership 1999-2000

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Bautzer Award Recipient (CSU Award for Advancement) 1997

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Tau Beta Pi, Life Member

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Educator of the Year 1991-92, SME Los Angeles Chapter 27

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Fellow, Institute for the Advancement of Engineering

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Industrial Experience

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Industrial Engineering Supervisor - Supervised IE Group responsible for Indirect
Labor, Material, Maintenance, Tooling, Material Utilization and the Suggestion Program. Successfully completed new model planning. Achieved first place out of 160 plants in employee Suggestion Program. Developed divisional manpower standards. Appraised employees for annual performance review. (September 1979 - March 1982)

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Senior Engineer - Coordinated engineers in manpower control and implementation of workload balancing and simulation system. Assisted Production Manager in work force control. Developed salary budgets for all departments. (October 1978 - September 1979)

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Industrial/Manufacturing/Area Engineer - Provided industrial and manufacturing engineering services for over 700 employees including preparing engineering drawings and sketches to implement facilities and tooling requirements. Supervised testing of new tools and materials in production and quality departments while working with outside vendors. Developed plant and workplace layouts for production and quality departments. (August 1972 - October 1978)

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Attended General Motors Institute - In addition to normal engineering curriculum (207 units) the co-op phase involved 16 six-week project assignments in various plant departments. Oral and written reports were prepared for each six-week project. (August 1967 - August 1971)

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Consulting Experience

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Robb and Associates, Inc. - Performed process capability studies at Smith Tool Company for CNC machining centers. Written reports were prepared and submitted for each machine studies. (June 1984)

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General Motors Assembly Division, Van Nuys, California - Completed a thirteen week study of solid waste management for the Industrial Engineering Department Presentations were made to upper management and a written report was submitted. (June 18 - September 7, 1984)

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Dunham-Bush, Riverside, California - Conducted a training workshop in Statistical Quality control for Management. The training workshop consisted of three 5-hour sessions. (July 1985)

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Van de Kamp's Frozen Foods, Santa Fe Springs, California - Conducted a Statistical analysis of weight variation in frozen fish fillet production. Statistical quality control procedures were set up and a quality monitoring program was established. Findings, conclusions and recommendations were presented in two forms: (1) a management presentation and (2) a written 76 page report. (July - August, 1985)

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California State University, Dominguez Hills - Coordinated and taught courses in the Master of Science in Quality Assurance Program. Prepared class schedules, recruited and hired instructors and coordinated site locations. Advised students on graduate projects. (Fall 1988 - 1990)

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Topmaster Company, Pomona, California - Analysis of product design. Statistical tolerance analysis. (August 1989)

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K & M Company, Torrance, California - Quality, safety and statistical consulting for a medium size manufacturing company. Performed complete analysis of quality activities for organization. (January 1990 - June 1991)

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Polycarbon, Inc., Santa Clarita, California - Assessed SPC procedures and proposed SPC plan for supplier certification. (September - October 1991)

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Optical Radiation Corporation, Azusa, California - Conducted in-house course in SPC to middle management. (September 1992)

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Golden State Foods, City of Industry, California - Statistical Quality control training and consulting. (July - September 1994)

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North American Produce, City of Industry, California - Quality Control and Management consulting. (December 1994 - 1997)

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Breyden Products, Hesperia, California - SPC Consulting, 1997

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Allegiance Healthcare, Riverside, California - Statistical Training, April-May 1998

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Other Activities

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College of Engineering Assessment Committee - Until Fall 2012

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Administrative Committee for the College of Engineering (ADCOM) - Member (1990-1997)

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University Council of Chairs - Member (1992-1997)

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IME Department Industrial Advisory Council - IME Coordinator, Past Secretary (1984-present)

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College of Engineering RTP Committee - Past Member

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Coordinator, Western Taguchi Center, Cal Poly Pomona (1995-1997)

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12th Japan Study Program for International Executives (1993)

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Eastside Christian Schools, Fullerton, CA - Board Member (1983-2010) (Chair 1990-2007)

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Boy Scout Troop 801 - Committee member, Committee Chairman, Assistant Scoutmaster, Merit Badge Counselor (1988-2006)

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San Gorgonio Wilderness Association - Forest Service Volunteer (1997-present) John Muir Presentation

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Founding Faculty Advisor - Sigma Chi Fraternity, Theta Sigma Chapter


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