Since June 2007, Pieter Pretorius has been a freelance educator teaching at UP’s engineering faculty, at the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) and at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, all on Masters level. His subjects include operations management and project management.
He is involved in continuous education at GIBS as well as the Graduate School of Technology Management at UP. Subjects include: operations management; project management; critical chain project management and logistics engineering.
Pieter is also involved with THRIP contract work and research supervision at North West University (NWU) and acts as external examiner for various university business schools. He also acts as consultant to industry on operations and operations management issues.
MBA and PDBA – Operations ManagementCompany Specific Programmes – Operations Management
Rottier, J., Kruger, P.S. Pretorius, P.J. Business design in the enterprise life-cycle. South African Journal of Industrial Engineering. Vol 12 No 1, May 2001, p119-133.
Smith, M. Pretorius, P.J. Applying TOC to increase EVA - Theory. South African Journal of Industrial Engineering. Vol 13 No 1, May 2002, p69-80.
Smith, M. Pretorius, P.J. Applying TOC to increase EVA - Application. South African Journal of Industrial Engineering. Vol 13 No 2, Nov 2002, p71-80.
Smith, M, Pretorius, P.J. Application of the TOC thinking processes to challenging assumptions of profit and cost centre performance measurement. The International Journal of Production Research. Vol 41 No 4, Jan 2003, p819-828.
Smith, M, Pretorius, P.J. Common problems in the performance measurement of profit and cost centres. SAIEE Transactions. Research Journal of the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers. Vol 94 No 3, Sep 2003, p34-38.
Fourie, L.J. Pretorius, P.J. A call for the radical restructuring of the mini-bus taxi industry in South Africa. South African Journal of Industrial Engineering. Vol 16, No1, May 2005, p1-12.
MacMillan, S. Pretorius, P.J. Back to basics - A systems approach to making better decisions. South African Journal of Industrial Engineering. Vol 16, No1, May 2005, p69-82.
Pretorius, P.J. Long term decision-making using throughput accounting. The Transactions of the SA Institute of Electrical Engineers. Vol 96, No 3, September 2005, p190-195.
Pretorius, P.J. Geïntegreerde logistieke steun ontwikkeling in perspektief. SA Institute of Industrial Engineering Annual Conference. 31 August to 2 September 1988, Sun City.
Pretorius, P.J. Die toepassing van MIL-STD 1388 (Logistieke steun analise) in die Suid-Afrikaanse omgewing. SA Institute of Industrial Engineering Annual Conference. 13 to 15 September 1989, Sun City.
Pretorius, P.J. How integrated is integrated logistics? SA Institute of Industrial Engineering Annual Conference (MANSA 94). 22 to 26 August 1994, Cape Town.
Smith, M, Pretorius, P.J. Common problems in the performance measurement of profit and cost centres. Principal and presenting author Mr Malan Smith, Siemens, Pretoria. AFRICON 2002, IEEE 6th Africon conference in Africa. 2 to 4 October 2002, George.
Pretorius, P.J. Long term decision-making using throughput accounting. IEEE Africon Conference 2004. 15 to 17 September 2004. Gabarone International Conference Centre, Botswana.
Pretorius, P.J. Getting back to basics: Productivity revisited. International Engineering Management Conference 2004 (IEMC 2004). 18 to 21 October 2004. Pan Pacific Hotel, Singapore.
Various ad hoc. Previous consulting customers include: ISCOR (IFCON); Atlas Copco Secoroc; Polifin; Columbus Stainless; DCD Dorbyl; Furmann Glass; Aerospace Monitoring systems (recently acquired by SAAB); Futuristix Wonderware; Umndeni Circon (Barloworld); PBMR (Pty) Ltd; Pragma and York Timbers.
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