Faculty in the ECU College of Business have reported the following recent publications:
Articles by Haozhe Chen, Marketing and Supply Chain Management:
- “Logistics Service Orientation: An Integrated Strategy to Build Logistics Service Competency” in the Journal of Transportation Management
- “Organizational Structure and Logistics Service Innovation,” in the International Journal of Logistics Management
- “Manufacturer-Supplier Guanxi Strategy: An Examination of Contingent Environmental Factors,” in Industrial Marketing Management
By Chen with John Kros,
- “Technology Emergency between Mandate and Acceptance” An Exploratory Examination of RFID,” in the International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management
- “The Adoption and Utilization of Online Auctions by Supply Chain Managers,” in Transportation Research Part E
By Chen with William Swart,
- “Human Performance in Supply Chain Management,” in the Supply Chain Forum: An International Journal.
By Management faculty Joseph Tomkiewicz with Kenneth Bass and Joanna Robinson, “Students’ Propensity Toward Business Ownership” in the College Student Journal.
At the February meeting of the BB&T Center for Leadership Developer’s Board of Directors, BB&T Eastern Region President Scott Evans presented ECU Chancellor Dr. Steve Ballard with a check for $250,000 as the third installment on a $1 million gift to the center. Evans is pictured with Ballard in the photo at top.
At the same meeting, a check for $500,000 was presented by the University of North Carolina to match a $1 million gift from ECU alumnus Tom Arthur of Tampa, Fla., to fund a leadership professorship in the ECU College of Business. Pictured in the lower image Arthur, at left, is shown with Chancellor Ballard, College of Business Dean Stan Eakins and James Bearden, director of the Center for BB&T Leadership Development.
(Photos by Jay Clark)
Faculty from the College of Business have reported the following publications:
An article by accounting professor Denise E. Dickens, “Knowledge transfer among experts: lessons from audit partner rotation” appeared in the International Journal of Corporate Governance.
An article by management faculty Shanan Gibson, Bill McDowell and Michael Harris, “Examining Minority Business Enterprises as Government Contractors” appeared in the Journal of Business & Entrepreneurship.
An article by marketing and supply chain management professor Tracy Tuten, “Social media picture posting and souvenir purchasing behavior: Some initial findings,” appeared in Tourism Management.
The chief executive officer of Krispy Kreme Doughnuts will present “Pursuing a Passion,” at 3:30 p.m. Feb. 19 in Wright Auditorium at East Carolina University.
James Morgan, named president and CEO of the company in 2008, is speaking as part of the Cunanan Leadership Speaker Series hosted by the ECU College of Business. The event is free and open to the public.
Morgan joined the Krispy Kreme board of directors in 2000 and was elected as its chairman in 2005. Prior to joining Krispy Kreme, he was chairman and CEO of Wachovia Securities and of Interstate/Johnson Lane
A 1969 graduate of Vanderbilt University, Morgan has more than 37 years of experience in business leadership positions. He also served as a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy.
For additional information contact the College of Business Professional Programs, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 252-328-6377.
An article by Denise E. Dickens and Rose Bailey, accounting professors in the ECU College of Business, “Success in Industry-based Accounting Careers,” was published in the CPA Journal. Also by Dickens, “The Question of Mandatory Audit Firm Rotation: Will Investors Benefit?” appeared in the CPA Journal.