Hannah Stolze, Ph.D.
Director of the Wheaton Center for Faith & Innovation, and Associate Professor of Marketing & Supply Chain Management
- Areas of Expertise
- Professional Affiliations
- Courses Taught
- Research Interests
- Works in Progress
- Selected Publications
Dr. Hannah Stolze is currently an associate professor of marketing & SCM and the Director of the Wheaton Center for Faith & Innovation at Wheaton College in Wheaton, IL. She served 6 years in the US Army Reserve in psychological operations, ordnance, and in public relations. With her B.A. from Carthage College in International Political Economics, Mandarin & Asian Studies, she managed global operations for a packaging importer while completing her MBA at Lindenwood University. Dr. Stolze earned her Ph.D. in Business Administration with a concentration in logistics and marketing at the University of Tennessee and was on faculty at Florida State University before joining the faculty at Wheaton College. Dr. Stolze has conducted research with over 40 companies and the Dept. of Defense in the areas of supply chain management and social & environmental sustainability. Dr. Stolze has been on the Women in Logistics – now the Women and Diversity in Logistics – research team for the past 3 years. Her work in sustainable supply chain management & triple bottom line explores environmental impact and the social impact of employee empowerment, diversity, and socialization on individual and organizational performance. Zondervan Academic will release her forthcoming book on Wisdom Based Business in Spring 2021.
Wheaton College, Wheaton IL
M.A., Biblical Studies, 2019
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
Ph.D., Business Administration, Emphasis: Logistics and Supply Chain Management and Marketing, 2012
Lindenwood University, St. Charles, MO
M.B.A., Marketing & Advertising, 2005
Carthage College, Kenosha, WI
B.A., International Political Economics, Mandarin, and Asian Studies, 2003
- Marketing & Supply Chain Integration
- Supply Chain Strategies
- Orientations of the Firm
- Integration of Faith & Business
Advisory Board Roles
CSCMP Academic Strategy Committee Member (2018-2020)
CSCMP Roundtable Board Member
CSCMP Chicago Roundtable, Marketing Chair (2017-2018)
CSCMP Chicago Roundtable, Member at Large
Women in Logistics Research Team
Lead Researcher - CSCMP Women in Logistics Annual Survey (30 years) (2016 – present)
(Collaboration between CSCMP, University of Arkansas & the Ohio State University)
Editorial Board Membership(s)
Journal of Supply Chain Management (2014–present).
International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management (2012- present)
Journal of Business Logistics (2017-present)
Membership in Professional Organizations
Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals
American Marketing Association
Academy of Marketing Science
REFEREED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
Stolze, H. J., Mollenkopf, D. A., & Flint, D. J. (2016). ‘Cross-Functional Integration at the Frontline of the Retail Channel.” In Campbell C., Ma J. (eds) Looking Forward, Looking Back: Drawing on the Past to Shape the Future of Marketing (pp. 23-26). Developments in Marketing Science: Proceedings of the Academy of Marketing Science. Springer International Publishing.
REFEREED PAPERS AT CONFERENCES
Stolze, H.J., Lee, M.D., & Chang, R. Servant Leadership and its Effect on Followers’ Spirituality, Attitudes, and Values. (October 2018) Christian Business Faculty Association Annual Conference, Chattanooga, TN.
Stolze, H.J., Kirchoff, J., & Satinover, B. The Spillover Effects of Negative Supply Chain Information Related to Environmental Responsibility: A Comparison of Generic vs. Name Brands. (June 27-29, 2018) Academy of Marketing Science World Marketing Congress, Norte Porto, Porto, Portugal. (International)
Formentini, M., Roath, T., & Stolze, H. Open Innovation to achieve Supply Chain Sustainability: A Systematic Literature Review. (March 2018) International Purchasing and Supply Education and Research Association (IPSERA) 27th Annual Conference, 2018, Athens, Greece. (International)
Formentini, M., Roath, T., & Stolze, H. Open Innovation to Supply Chain Sustainability: A Systematic Literature Review. (March 2018) EurOMA Sustainable Operations and Supply Chains Forum (SOSCF) 2018, Kassel, Germany. (International)
Stolze, H. Wisdom-Based Business (Presenting 2017, October) Christian Business Faculty Association Annual Conference. San Diego, CA.
Stolze, H & Tanner, N.* Viral Word of Mouth Marketing. (presented 2017, October) Marketing Edge Conference & Journal of Business Research, New Orleans, LA.
Stolze, H., Roath, T., & Formenti, M. Managing Open Innovation Networks for Sustainability: A Systematic Literature Review. (presented 2017, September) Supply Chain Edge Academic Research Symposium, Atlanta, GA, International Conference.
Stolze, H.J., Kirchoff, J., Satinover, B., Brown, C.* (presented 2017, May) The Spillover Effects of Negative Supply Chain Information on Consumer’s Perceptions of Product Attributes, Academy of Marketing Science Annual Conference, Coronado Island, CA. (International)
Stolze, H.J., Smith, J., & Murfield, M. (presented 2015, October) Humanitarian Closed-Loop Supply Chain Management. Paper presented at Supply Chain Management Conference, Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, San Diego, CA. (International)
Smith, J., Stolze, H.J., Sutton, A. (presented 2015, May) Building Environmental Superiority: A Capability and Contra-Capability Analysis. Paper presented at the Production and Operations Management Society Annual Conference, Washington D.C. (International)
Stolze, H. J., & Mollenkopf, D. A. (presented 2013, October). Co-Creating Customer Value Through Logistics Services. Paper presented at Supply Chain Management Educator's Conference, Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, Denver, CO. (International)
Stolze, H. J., Mollenkopf, D. A., & Flint, D. J. (presented 2013, July). Cross-functional Integration at the Frontline of the Retail Channel: A Structured Abstract. Paper presented at Academy of Marketing Science 16th Biennial World Marketing Congress, Academy of Marketing Science, Melbourne, AU. (International)
Stolze, H. J., Flint, D., & Mollenkopf, D. A. (presented 2012, July). Environmental Innovation and Co-Creation of Value. Paper presented at Australia-New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference, ANZMAC, Christchurch, NZ. (International)
Stolze, H. J., Mollenkopf, D. A., Griffis, S., & Autry, C. (presented 2011, October). Development and Validation of a Relational Supply Chain Capital Measurement Scale. Paper presented at CSCMP Educator's Conference, CSCMP, Philadelphia, PA. (International)
Stolze, H. J., Mollenkopf, D., & Flint, D. (presented 2010, August). Environmental Innovation as a Core Competence of the Firm. Paper presented at AMA Summer Educator's Conference, AMA, Boston, MA. (International)
Nonrefereed Papers at Conferences
Stolze, H. J. (presented 2011, November). A Social Network Perspective of Demand and Supply Integration - An Abstract. Paper presented at Decision Sciences Institute Annual Conference, DSI, San Diego, CA. (International)
Stolze, H. J. (presented 2010, November). Reverse Flow to Closed Loop Supply Chain Management: literature review and directions for future research. Paper presented at Decision Sciences Institute Annual Conference, DSI. (International)
Stolze, H. J., Mollenkopf, D., Tate, W., & Ueltschy, M. (presented 2009, April). The Interface of Green, Lean, and Global Supply Chain Strategies: An Abstract. Paper presented at Midwest Decision Sciences Institute Conference, MWDSI, Oxford, OH. (Regional)
Invited Keynote and Plenary Presentations at Symposia
Stolze, HJ & Mollenkopf, DA (Fall 2018) “Supply Chain and Marketing Integration: Tension in Frontline Social Networks.” Invited Coggin Scholar Series: Marketing & Logistics Faculty Talk. University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL.
Stolze, H.J. (Spring 2018) Wisdom Based Business, Biola University Faculty Development Workshop. Biola University, Los Angeles, CA.
Stolze, H.J., Esper, T.E., Cooper, M (presented Fall 2016). Women in Logistics, CSCMP Annual Conference. Orlando, FL.
Stolze, H. J. (presented 2012, January). Environmental Innovation. Keynote presentation in Suzanna Sterling (Chair), Cincinnati CSCMP Roundtable. Symposium conducted at the meeting of CSCMP, Cincinnati, OH.
Invited Presentations at Symposia
Stolze, H. (February 2018) Life without a Doctoral Program. 13th Annual Logistics Doctoral Symposium, Texas Christian University, February 22-24, 2017.
Stolze, H. (October 2017) Keeping it Real: A Closed Session with Assistant Professors. CSCMP Bowersox Doctoral Symposium, CSCMP Edge Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA, September 23-25, 2017.
Stolze, H. (Spring 2017) Building Success Early in Your Program Panel Discussion. 12th Annual Logistics Doctoral Symposium, Auburn University, February 23-25, 2017.
Stolze, H. (Fall 2014). Surviving and Thriving in the Doctoral Program. Dr. Tom Goldsby (Chair), Donald J. Bowersox Doctoral Symposium at the CSCMP Annual Global Conference. Presentation conducted at the meeting of Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, San Antonio, TX.
Stolze, H. (2014). Positioning Practitioner Partnership for Publication. Logistics Doctoral Symposium. Presentation conducted at Iowa State University.
Stolze, H. J. (presented 2011, November). Shopper Marketing: the Diffusion of Knowledge for Frontline Execution. Daniel Flint (Chair), Shopper Marketing Executive Summit. Presentation at the meeting of Shopper Marketing Forum, University of Tennessee, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Adam, Brian D., and Hannah Stolze. (2017, December). “Whole-Chain Traceability – Information Sharing from Farm to Fork and Back Again.” Seminar presented at Agricultural and Consumer Economics Dept, U of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Stolze, H. J. (2016, December) Taco Tuesday Panel Participant, Supply Chain Informational Dinner delivered at Wheaton College, Sponsored by CVC.
Stolze, H. J. (2016, January), Research Roundtable. Workshop delivered at the Logistics Doctoral Symposium at Michigan State University.
Stolze, H. J. (2011, March). Supply Chain Challenges of Shopper Marketing. Workshop delivered at Shopper Marketing Managers Conference, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Conferences – Track Chair/Session Chair/Panelist
- Co-Chair 2018 Bowersox Doctoral Symposium (2018) CSCMP Annual Conference, Nashville, TN.
- Session Chair (Fall 2018) Applying Scripture at Work. Faith at Work Summit, Chicago, IL.
- Panelist (February 2018) Life outside the “big ones.” 13th Annual Logistics Doctoral Symposium, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX, February 22-24, 2018
- Panelist (October 2017) Keeping it Real: A Closed Session with Assistant Professors. CSCMP Bowersox Doctoral Symposium, CSCMP Edge Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA, September 23-25, 2017.
- Panelist (Spring 2017) Building Success Early in Your Program Panel Discussion. 12th Annual Logistics Doctoral Symposium, Auburn University, February 23-25, 2017.
- Panelist (Fall 2014). Surviving and Thriving in the Doctoral Program. Dr. Tom Goldsby (Chair), Donald J. Bowersox Doctoral Symposium at the CSCMP Annual Global Conference. Presentation conducted at the meeting of Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, San Antonio, TX.
- Principles of Marketing
- Marketing and Supply Chain Strategy
- Market Research
- Supply Chain Strategies
- Environmental sustainability strategies in context of environmental uncertainty
- Environmentally responsible logistics and social capital
- Firm Level Competencies
- Environmental innovation and social capital in logistics supply chain networks
- Integration of demand and supply information through social networks in the firm
- Integration of Faith & Supply Chain Management
- Applied Wisdom in the context of supply chain strategy
- Role of faith & ethics in firm orientations
Stolze, H.J., Cronin, J.J., Ladd., R.T. & Mollenkopf, D. Effects of Direct-Store-Deliver Employees' Boundary Spanning Social Networks on In-Store Marketing Execution.
Stolze, H.J., Brusco, M., Smith, J. Intra-firm Embeddedness and Manufacturer-Retail Channel Performance: An Exploratory Social Network Analysis. Under review at the Journal of Operations Management.
Stolze, Hannah; Diane Mollenkopf. “Exploring the 3PL Orchestration of Environmental Services.” Journal of Business Logistics.
"Spillover effects of supply chain news on consumers' perceptions of product quality: An examination within the triple bottom line." Journal of Operations Management. Nichols, B. S., Stolze, H., & Kirchoff, J. F. https://doi.org/10.1002/joom.1033
“Deterministic Blockmodeling of Two-mode Binary Networks using a Two-mode KL-median heuristic.” Journal of Social Structure, Brusco, M., Stolze, H., Hoffman, M., Steinley, D., & Dorien, P. (2018), 19(1), 1529-1227.
“Supply Chain and Marketing Integration: Tension in Frontline Social Networks.”Stolze, Hannah J., Diane A. Mollenkopf, LaDonna Thornton, Michael J. Brusco & Daniel J. Flint (2018), Journal of Supply Chain Management, Vol. 54 (3), 3-21. https://doi.org/10.1111/jscm.12169
“A Simulated Annealing Heuristic for Maximum Correlation Core/Periphery Partitioning of Binary Networks” Michael Brusco, Hannah J. Stolze, Michaela Hoffman, Douglas Steinley, (2017) PloS ONE 12(5), 1-33.
"What is the Right Supply Chain for Your Shopper? Exploring the Shopper Service Ecosystem." Stolze, H.J., Mollenkopf, D.A., & Flint, D. J. (2016) Journal of Business Logistics, 37 (2), 185-197. Featured in Supply Chain Quarterly, Q3 2016 Issue. https://doi.org/10.1111/jbl.12122
”How Supply Chains can Support the Shopper Experience.” Supply Chain Quarterly (Q3/2016): Research for the Real World Feature, Interview with Dr. Stolze p. 54-55.
"Antecedents to Bridging the Cross-Functional Divide: An Individual Network Perspective." Stolze, H. J., Murfield, M., & Esper, T. (2015). Journal of Business Logistics, 36 (1), 46-68.
"Natural Resource Scarcity and the Closed-Loop Supply Chain: A Resources-Advantage View," International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics
Bell, J., Mollenkopf, D.A., Stolze, H. J., 2013
"Green, Lean, and Global Supply Chains." Mollenkopf, D. A., Stolze, H. J., Tate, W., & Ueltschy, M. (2010). International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management, 40, 1/2. 5th most downloaded IJPDLM article 2013 – 2,280 downloads. 306 citations.