Supply Chain Management
Center for Supply Networks
Ph.D., University of Illinois, 1987; M.S., University of Illinois, 1984; B.S., University of Illinois, 1982.
Arizona State University: 1997-present. Previous Appointments: University of Minnesota.
Career and Recent Professional Awards; Teaching Award
Scientific American named the research project I was managing one of the “Top Ten World Changing Ideas in 2012”.
Identified as 8th most “impactful” business faculty in world in 2010 by an Editorial by the journal Technovation (22: 2012).
Associate Editor Appreciation Award (2010): Journal of Supply Chain Management.
Associate Editor Appreciation Award (2009): Journal of Supply Chain Management.
Best Reviewer Award (2008): Journal of Operations Management.
Finalist for the Harold E. Fearon Best Paper Award (2008): Azadegan A., Dooley K., Carter J., and Carter P. “Supplier innovativeness, learning contingencies and manufacturer performance: An organizational learning perspective,” Journal of Supply Chain Management, 44 (4): 14-35.
Associate Editor Appreciation Award (2008): Journal of Supply Chain Management.
Best Book Award (2001), International Communication Association, Organizational Communication Division: Poole, M., Van de Ven, A., Dooley, K., and M Holmes (2000), Organizational Change and Innovation Processes: Theory and Methods for Research, Oxford Press.
Journal Editorial Staff: J. Business Logistics; J. Supply Chain Management; Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology, and Life Sciences
Corporate and Public Sector Leadership
Chief Research Officer, The Sustainability Consortium
Tate, W., Ellram, L., and Dooley, K. (2012), “Environmental purchasing and supplier management (EPSM): theory and practice,” J. of Purchasing and Supply Management, 18(3): 173-188.
Kach, A., Azadegan, A., Dooley, K. (2012), “Analyzing the successful development of a high novelty innovation project under a time-pressured schedule,” R&D Management, 42(5): 377-400.
Tate, W., Dooley, K., and Ellram, L. (2011), “Drivers of supplier adoption of sustainable business practices,” Journal of Business Logistics, 32(1): 6-16.
Rossetti, C., Handfield, R., and Dooley, K. (2011), “Forces, trends, and decisions in pharmaceutical supply chain management: Theoretic implications,” International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management, 41(6): 601-622.
Kim, Y., Choi, T., Yan, T., and Dooley, K. (2011), “Structural analysis of supply networks,” Journal of Operations Management, 29(3): 194-211.
Terpend, R., Krause, D., and Dooley, K. (2011), “Managing buyer-supplier relationships: Empirical patterns of strategy formulation in industrial purchasing,” Journal of Supply Chain Management, 47(1): 73-94.
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SCM 493 - Honors Thesis
Supervised research or creative activity focused on preparation and completion of an undergraduate honors thesis or creative project.