Announcing the APICS Production and Inventory Management (P&IM) Journal
Access the P&IM Journal Today
The P&IM Journal gives you access to analysis of and insights into emerging concepts, practical applications, beneficial knowledge, and constructive skills valuable in today's dynamic economy. In addition to production and inventory management, topics covered in the P&IM Journal include the following
- Supply chain design and execution
- Demand planning
- Sourcing and supply
- Technology management
- Product and process development
- Enterprise information systems
- Behavior and workforce initiatives
- Manpower management and planning
- Performance improvement programs
The P&IM Journal enables business leaders, students, and academicians to better understand and manage the ever-changing and complex interrelationships of designing and operating processes in manufacturing and service-oriented enterprises in today's global marketplace.
The APICS Educational & Research Foundation provide oversight of the journal.
How to Access the P&IM Journal
Read the current issue, Volume 47, Number 1 or previous issues, Volume 46, Number 1, Volume 46, Number 2, Volume 45, Number 1 and Volume 45, Number 2. Online access to the P&IM Journal is complimentary for APICS members.
Purchase the P&IM Journal. Click to purchase the single issue or the 2010 P&IM Journal set.
Review past issues of the P&IM Journal—complimentary for APICS members
About the Editor-in-Chief
Vincent A. Mabert, Ph.D., is Editor-in-Chief of the P&IM Journal. Mabert is a professor of operations management in the Operations and Decision Technologies Department at the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University in Bloomington. He earned his Ph.D. in production and operations management from the Ohio State University.
Mabert's research and teaching have focused on operations and supply chain management. He is widely recognized as a leading contributor to the field and has published more than 85 articles in the areas of workforce planning, order scheduling, enterprise resource planning systems, new product development, and manufacturing system design.
While at Indiana University, Mabert has been department chairperson, associate dean, and leader of the Indiana Manufacturing Excellence Roundtable. He has been active and held officer positions in a number of professional societies including Industrial Engineering, INFORMS, APICS, and Decision Sciences. He is a Fellow of the Decision Sciences Institute.