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Lisa Ellram

James Evans Rees Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management

Management


Profile

Academic Background

  • Ph.D. The Ohio State University, Business Administration.
  • M.A. The Ohio State University, Logistics.
  • M.B.A. The University of Minnesota.
  • B.S.B. University of Minnesota, with high distinction in Accounting.

Academic & Professional Experience

  • James Evans Rees Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management, Farmer School of Business, Department of Marketing, Miami University (2008-present).
  • Chair, Department of Management and Allen Professor of Business, College of Business, Department of Management, Colorado State University.
  • John and Barbara Bebbling Professor of Business, W.P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University.
  • Dean's Council of 100 Distinguished Scholar, College of Business, Arizona State University.
  • Professor, Supply Chain Management, College of Business, Arizona State University.
  • Associate Professor, Supply Chain Management, College of Business, Arizona State University.
  • Assistant Professor, Purchasing and Logistics Management, College of Business, Arizona State University.
  • Graduate Teaching Associate, The Ohio State University.
  • The Pillsbury Company, Finance and Accounting.

Recent Publications

  • Wang, J.J., H. Chen, D. Rogers, L. Ellram and S. Grawe, "A bibliometric analysis of reverse logistics research (1992-2015)," International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management. 47:8 (2017): 666-687.
  • Ellram L.M. and Murfield, M. “Environmental Sustainability in Freight Transportation: A Systematic Literature Review & Agenda for Future Research,” Transportation Journal, 56.3 (2017): 263-298.
  • Ryan Fernandes and L. M. Ellram, Unlocking the Potential of Supply Chain Working Capital Finance, Supply Chain Management Review, May/June 2017, pp. 12-19.
  • Tate, Wendy; Lisa M. Ellram and Ulli Schmelz, “A little help from my friends: How purchasing gains influence in complex business-to-business services: the case of legal," Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, 2017, Vol. 32 Issue: 2, pp.206-217, https://doi.org/10.1108/JBIM-01-2015-0006.
  • Ellram, L.M., Tate, W.L.. “The Use of Secondary Data in Purchasing and Supply Management Research,” Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management, invited, refereed paper in special issue on Innovative Research Methods 22:4, (2016), pp. 250-254.
  • Ellram, Lisa M. and Susan L. Golicic, “The Role of Legitimacy in Pursuing Environmentally Responsible Transportation Practices,” Journal of Cleaner Production 139:15 December (2016), pp. 597-611.
  • Schoenherr, Tobias, Ellram, Lisa, Tate, Wendy. "A Note on the Use of Survey Research Firms to Enable Empirical Data Collection." Journal of Business Logistics 36:3 (2015), pp. 288-300.
  • Ellram, L.M., Tate, W.L.. “Redefining Supply Management's Contribution in Services Sourcing. Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management 21 (2015), pp. 64-78.
  • Ellram, Lisa M. and Susan L. Golicic, “Adopting Environmental Transportation Practices,” forthcoming in Transportation Journal, 2015.
  • Krause, D. and Ellram, L.M., The Effects of the Economic Downturn On Interdependent Buyer-Supplier Relationships, Forthcoming in Journal of Business Logistics 2015.
  • Mena, C., Terry, L., Williams, A., Ellram, L.M., "Causes of Waste across Multi-tier Supply Networks: Cases in the UK Food Sector," Special Issue on Sustainable Food Supply Chain Management in the International Journal of Production Economics (IJPE) 152 June 2014, pp. 144-158.
  • Wu, Z., Ellram, L.M., Schuchard, R., "Understanding the Role of Government and Buyers in Supplier Energy Efficiency Initiatives," Journal of Supply Chain Management 50 (2) April 2014, pp 84-105.
  • Tate, W.L., Ellram, L.M., Schoenherr, T., Petersen, K.J., "Global competitive conditions driving the manufacturing location decision," Business Horizons 57 (3) May-June 2014, pp 381-390.
  • Tate, W.L., Ellram, L.M., Dooley, K.J. The Impact of Transaction Costs and Institutional Pressure on Supplier Environmental Practices. International Journal of Physical Distribution, and Logistics Management 44(5) 2014.
  • Ellram, L.M and Cooper M. C., "Supply Chain Management: It's All About the Journey, Not the Destination," Journal of Supply Chain Management, Volume 50, Issue 1, pp. 8-20. (invited but refereed)
  • Ellram, L.M. and Krause, D., "Robust supplier relationships: Key lessons from the economic downturn. Business Horizons 57 (2), 2014. Pages 203-213.
  • Ellram , L. M., Tate , W. L., Petersen , K. J., "Offshoring and reshoring: An update on the manufacturing location decision." Journal of Supply Chain Management. v. 49 no. 2 p. 14-22. 2013.
  • Tate, W.L., Ellram, L.M., Golgeci, I., "Diffusion of Environmental Business Practices: A Network Approach," Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management 19 (4) December 2013, pp 264-275.
  • Ellram, L.M., Tate, W.L., Feitzinger, E. "Factor Market Rivalry: An Application to Logistics." Journal of Supply Chain Management, Vol. 49, No. 1, 2013, p. 29-46.
  • Patel, P.C., Azadegan, A., Ellram, L.M., "The Effects of Strategic and Structural Supply Chain Orientation on Operational and Customer-Focused Performance," Decision Sciences 44 (4) August 2013, p. 713-753.
  • Tate, W.L., Ellram, L.M. "The influence of Service outsourcing on Supply Management Strategy and Structure, Journal of Supply Chain Management, Vol. 48, No. 4, 2012, p 8-29.
  • Tate, W.L., Ellram, L.M., Dooley, K.J.. "Environmental purchasing and supplier management (EPSM): Theory and practice," Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management, Volume 18, Issue 3, September 2012, Pages 173-188.
  • Tate, W.L., Dooley, K.L., Ellram, L.M., Drivers of Supplier Adoption of Sustainable Business Practices, Journal of Business Logistics, Vol. 32, No. 1, 2011, pp 6-16.
  • Bode, C., Petersen, K., Wagner, S. and Ellram, L.M., "Buffer Or Bridge? Responses To Supply Chain Disruptions,"Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 54, No. 4, 2011, pp. 833-856.
  • Golicic, S., Boerstler, C., Ellram L.M., "Greening Transportation in the Supply Chain," MIT Sloan Management Review, Vol. 51, no. 2, Winter 2010, pp. 47-55.
  • Ellram, Lisa M. and Linda L. Stanley, "Strategic cost management: the interface between product, process, and supply chain design,"  Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management, 2008, Vol. 14, pp. 180- 191.
  • Ellram, Lisa M., Wendy L. Tate and C.R. Carter, "An Integrative Approach to 3DCE," International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management. 2007, Vol. 37, No. 4. pp 305-330.
  • Ellram, Lisa M., Wendy L. Tate and Corey Billington, "Services Supply Management: The Next Frontier for Improved Organizational Performance," California Management Review, Summer 2007, Volume 49., No. 4, pp. 44-66.
  • Corrêa, Henrique Luiz,  Lisa M. Ellram, Annibal Jos© Scavarda, and Martha C. Cooper, "An Alternative View of the Services and Goods Product Mix", International Journal of Production and Operations Management, 2007, Volume 27, No. 5, pp 444-463.
  • Craig R. Carter, Ellram, L.M. and Tate, W.L. "Structure, Influence and Beliefs:  A Logistics Application of Social Network Analysis", Journal of Business Logistics 2007, Volume 28, No. 1, pp. 137-168.

Professional Interests

  • Research: offshore outsourcing, services supply chain management, sustainable supply chain management and all areas of supply chain cost management and buyer-supplier relationships.
  • Teaching: logistics management, purchasing and supply chain management

Biography

Professor Lisa M. Ellram (Management) is the James Evans Rees Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain at The Farmer School of Business. Dr. Ellram teaches courses in Logistics Management and Supply Chain Management.

Her primary areas of research interest include sustainability; buyer-supplier relationships; services purchasing and supply chain management; offshoring and outsourcing; and supply chain cost management. She has published in numerous top journals spanning a variety of disciplines, including Journal of Supply Chain Management, Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Operations Management, California Management Review, MIT Sloan Management Review, and other managerial and academic outlets. She has presented her work in more than 25 countries.

Lisa is also the recipient of numerous research grants, including grants from CSCMP, ISM, CAPS Research and NSF. She aims to provide managerial contributions along with scholarly research findings in her work. She was the Co-Editor in Chief for the Journal of Supply Chain Management for nine years, through 2016. She is currently Senior Associate Editor at the Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management. She has co-authored six textbooks, the most recent being “Logistics Management: Enhancing Competitiveness and Customer Value,” published by myeducator.com.

Prior to joining Miami University, Dr. Ellram was the Allen Professor of Business Administration and Chairperson of the Management Department at Colorado State University, and the John and Barbara Bebbling Professor of Business in the Department of Supply Chain Management at the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University.

Courses

  • FALL 2018
  • MGT 431 A MW 8:30AM-9:50AM FSB 0031
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Contact Information

Office Hours

  • by appointment

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