3113 L. William Seidman Center
Daniel A. Pellathy is an Assistant Professor of Management at Grand Valley State University’s Seidman College of Business. He holds a Ph.D. in Supply Chain Management from the University of Tennessee. He teaches courses in the areas of purchasing, operations, and supply chain management. His research focuses on issues related to supply chain strategy development, cross-functional integration, and organizational design.
- PhD, Supply Chain Management University of Tennessee-Knoxville (2016)
- MBA, University of Pittsburgh (2009)
- MPIA, International Political Economy, University of Pittsburgh (2008)
- BA, Anthropology & Philosophy, Cornell University (2002)
- SCPro Level One (2017)
- Supply chain management
- Purchasing and supply management
- Operations management
- Stank, T.P., Pellathy, D.A., In, J., Mollenkopf, D.A., & Bell, J.E. (2017). “New Frontiers in Logistics Research: Theorizing at the Middle Range.” Journal of Business Logistics, Vol. 38 No. 1, pp. 6-17.
- Pellathy, D.A. (2016) “Book Review: The Roots of Logistics.” Transportation Journal, Vol. 55, No. 3, Special Issue: Linking Practice and Theory, pp. 330-332.
- Moon, M.A., Autry, C.W. & Pellathy, D.A. (2016) “Integration: What is it and why should you care.” In The Challenge of Supply Chain Integration: Building Bridges to Competitive Advantage. Eds. Mark A. Moon and Chad W. Autry. Boston: Pearson Education.
- West Michigan Purchasing Manager’s Index Survey
- Faculty Learning Community on Research & Scholarship
- MBA Curriculum Development for Supply Chain