Hi, I'm Anna Errore,

I'm a PhD in Industrial Engineering, currently finishing up my dissertation for my second PhD in Supply Chain and Operations at the Carlson School of Management , University of Minnesota.

My research broadly sits at the intersection of Statistics, Management Science and Engineering.

Specifically, I work on theoretical methodology developments for applications of advanced statistical tools for quality improvement, operations management, marketing and other areas of business management.

My research has been devoted to optimal experimental design theory and applications.

In my first dissertation in Industrial Engineering, I tailored experimental design construction to tools mostly related to quality management.

In my second dissertation in Supply Chain and Operations - with a minor in Statistics - I’m working on experimental design tools for discrete choice applications (common both in marketing and quality improvement) and auction theory.


Get in touch via email aerrore@umn.edu

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Applied Statistics; Design of Experiment; Quality Improvement; Six Sigma; Decision Making; Predictive analytics; Auction Theory.

TEACHING INTERESTS:

Business Statistics; Business Analytics; Quality Management; Supply Chain Management; Operations Management

My Curriculum Vitae

Anna Errore CV with 4References.pdf

Journal Articles:

Errore, A., Jones, B., Li, W., & Nachtsheim, C. J. (2017). Using definitive screening designs to identify active first-and second-order factor effects. Journal of Quality Technology, 49(3), 244-264. Link to JQT paper


Errore, A., Jones, B., Li, W., & Nachtsheim, C. J. (2017). Benefits and fast construction of efficient two-level foldover designs. Technometrics, 59(1), 48-57. Link to Technometrics paper


Barone S., Errore A., Lombardo A. (2014). Prioritization of Alternatives with Analytical Hierarchy Process Plus Response Latency and Web Surveys. Total Quality Management & Business Excellence, Vol. 25, 7-8. (2014).

Barone, S., Doverholt, T., Errore, A., & Lombardo, A. (2014). Six Sigma in small–and medium–sized enterprises: A Black Belt project in the Swedish steel industry. International Journal of Six Sigma and Competitive Advantage, 8(2), 125-146.


Other published work:

Conference proceeding paper: Errore A., Linderman K., Lucianetti L. The Use of Financial and Non-Financial Performance Measures: A Contingency Perspective. JSM 2013 Proceedings

Book chapter contribution in Barone S., and Lo Franco E. Statistical and Managerial Techniques for Six Sigma Methodology: Theory and Application. Wiley 2011

Master Thesis: A Six Sigma Black Belt project for warehouse activity improvement at Structo Hydraulics AB, Sweden, published at Chalmers Publication Library


Working Papers:

Errore, A., Cook, R. D. and Nachtsheim, C. J. Main Effects Designs for Logistic Regression that are Robust to the Presence of Two-factor Interactions.

Errore, A., and Nachtsheim, C. J. Design augmentation strategies for model refinement and optimum search.

Errore, A., Nachtsheim, C. J, Donohue, K. L., and Albrecht, M. Bidding strategies for exploration and exploitation in two-stage procurement auctions


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My school

Carlson School of Management

University of Minnesota

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My hometown

Agrigento, Sicily, Italy

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My adopted city

Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA