Ingeniería Comercial USM

PROFILE

ACADEMIC DEGREES

Doctor of Engineering Sciences
MA in Business Management

RESEARCH AREAS

Strategic Management
Sustainability
Strategic Performance Measurement Systems

ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS

Director, Department of Commercial Engineering
Director, MBA Program
Professor, Department of Commercial Engineering

COURSES TAUGHT

Strategic Management I
Strategic Management II
Professional Certification Workshop II

Email

lionel.valenzuela@usm.cl

Lionel Valenzuela O.

Doctor of Engineering Sciences, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile

Background

Currently Director and Professor of the Department of Commercial Engineering and of the MBA Program in Business Management, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María. Sub-Director of the USM Department of Industries from 2005 to 2010.

Education

  • Doctor of Engineering Sciences, Stategic Management Area.  Pontifical Catholic University of Chile.
  • MBA, Master of Business Administration, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile.
  • B.Sc. in Industrial Engineering Sciences, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile.
  • B.Sc. in Industrial Civil Engineering, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile.

Publications

  • Lionel Valenzuela and Sergio Maturana, Designing a three-dimensional performance measurement system (SMD3D) for the wine industry: A Chilean example, Agricultural Systems, 142 , 112–121, 2016.
  • Lionel Valenzuela and Sergio Maturana, A new balanced scorecard approximation to enhance performance management systems of Chilean wineries, Journal of Wine Research, 27, 1-18, 2016.
  • Fernando Yanine, Lionel Valenzuela, Juan Tapia and Jorge Cea, Rethinking Enterprise Flexibility: A New Approach Based On Management Control Theory, Journal of Enterprise Information Management, 2016.
  • Victor Tang, Fernando Yanine and Lionel Valenzuela, Data, information, knowledge and intelligence The mega-nano hypothesis and its implications in innovation, International Journal of Innovation Science, Vol. 8 Iss 3 pp. 199 – 216, 2017.