In this episode of Supply Chain is Boring, Chris Barnes speaks with Dr. James Stock.
Dr. James Stock has been honored internationally three separate times for his achievements in supply chain and logistics management by the industry's leading professional organizations. This year, he will receive the Supply Chain Management Professionals' 2011 Distinguished Service Award – the highest honor that an individual can receive for their achievements in supply chain and logistics management. In addition, he will also be honored with the Special Lifetime Logistics Service Award by Yasar University in Izmir, Turkey and the 9th International Logistics and Supply Chain Congress for his outstanding achievement and continuous contributions to the field.
During the course of his 35-year career, Stock has also been honored with, DC Velocity magazine's "Rainmaker for 2006" and has been awarded the Eccles Medal and the Armitage Medal by SOLE – The International Society of Logistics.
Stock has more than 150 publications in the field. He has authored six books and his publications have been translated into five different languages – Chinese, Czech, Portuguese, Russian, and Thai. He has also traveled to 46 countries on six continents to conduct research, lecture, or do consulting work for various organizations and universities.
Before coming to USF in 1989, Stock, the Frank Harvey Endowed Professor of Marketing at the College of Business, taught at Michigan State University, the Air Force Institute of Technology, the University of Oklahoma, and the University of Notre Dame. He holds a BS and MBA from the University of Miami (Florida) and a PhD from The Ohio State University. Stock is an active member of numerous professional organizations, former editor of the Journal of Business Logistics and International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, serves on many international editorial review boards, and is on the USF Honors and Awards committee.
Over the (recent) years, Dr. Jim Stock has been interviewing some of the business and academia thought leaders who have shaped the way we think about supply chain management. Guest list includes:
Dr. Daniel Wren, University of Oklahoma
Dr. Thom Speh, Miami University
Dr. John T. Mentzer, University of Tennessee
Dr. C. John Langley, Jr., Pennsylvania State University
Dr. Donald J. Bowersox, University of South Florida
Dr. James L. Heskett, Harvard University
Dr. Bernard J. La Londe, Ohio State University
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