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Max Hernández

Adjunct Professor


2311 Campus Drive
Suite 1400
Evanston, IL 60208

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PriSim Business Wargames Inc.


Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences


Master of Engineering Management Program


Master of Engineering Management – Northwestern University

Post-graduate degree in Computer Networks – Galileo University

B.S. in Systems Engineering and Computer Science – Galileo University


Max Hernández is Vice President at PriSim Business War Games Inc. In his role, he is both an instructor and simulation developer focusing on mathematical business models. Max brings more than ten years of experience architecting and building custom business applications across a wide range of industries. He has implemented ERP systems, built Online Quoting Applications, architected Corporate Brand Management Systems, and deployed E-Commerce Websites among other projects.

Applying his experience to the design and delivery of simulation-based business training, Max now works with PriSim’s clients to help their employees to strengthen their understanding of strategy, finance, and business decision-making.

A partial list of Max's clients includes: Allstate Insurance, Chubb Insurance, Hershey, Vermeer Corporation, The Council of Insurance Agents & Brokers, Delphi Automotive, Harley-Davidson, Milwaukee Tool, Northwestern University, and Raytheon.

Prior to joining PriSim, Max worked for Thirdwave LLC where he led system integration, information technology, and business process design projects. He delivered critical projects for leading companies such as AON, American Medical Association (AMA), Emerson Network Power and many others.

In the academic realm, Max is an adjunct Professor in the Master of Engineering Management program at Northwestern University. He has also served as an adjunct faculty member in the Engineering and Computer Science School at Galileo University in Guatemala.

He resides in Evanston with his wife and enjoys reading, running, basketball and piano.

Courses Taught

  • MEM 402 - Engineering Management