Tingting Yan (ew9404)

University Information

Title: Associate Professor
Unit: Marketing & Supply Chain Management
Department: School of Business Admin

Contact Information

313-577-4525
5201 Cass Ave.
Rm. 300 Prentis Bldg.
Marketing and Supply Chain Department
Detroit, 48202

Mike Ilitch School of Business

Title: Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management
Phone: 313-577-9811
Email: tingting.yan@wayne.edu
Office:

Mike Ilitch School of Business
2771 Woodward Avenue
Room 273
Detroit, MI 48201

Expertise:

 Supply network, Inter-organizational Innovation, Culture

Research and teaching interests:

Research theme

  • How could a firm better innovate by managing its supply network as well as understanding its suppliers’ extended networks?

Research topics

  • Supplier involvement in new product development
  • Supplier selection
  • Evaluation and development for buyer innovation
  • Innovation in buyer-supplier dyad and triad
  • Inter-organizational learning in a buyer-supplier relational context
  • Buyer-supplier joint innovation in various cultural and institutional environments

Teaching

  • Decision Science
  • Academy of Management
  • Production and Operations Management
Education:
  • Ph.D. in supply chain management, Arizona State University
  • M.S. in management science, Fudan University, Shanghai, China
Biography:

Yan’s research areas include supply network collaboration in innovation, the role of culture in supply chain management, new product development and innovation adoption and diffusion.

Reviewer

  • Associate Editor for Journal of Operations Management, 2018-present
  • Associate Editor for Journal of Supply Chain Management, 2017-present
  • Editorial Board Reviewer for Decision Science, 2007-present
  • Ad-hoc reviewer for European Journal of Operations Research, 2008-present
  • Ad-hoc reviewer for IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 2008-present
  • Ad-hoc reviewer for International Journal of Production Economics, 2008-present
  • Reviewer for Academy of Management annual conference, 2007 – 2011
  • Reviewer for Decision Science annual conference, 2012-present
Publications:
  • Tingting Yan, Kevin Dooley and Thomas Choi (2018), Measuring Supplier Innovation, Supply Chain Management Review, March
  • Tingting Yan, Dina Ribbink and Hubert Pun (2018), Incentivizing Supplier Participation in Buyer Innovation: Experimental Evidence of Non-Optimal Contractual Design, Journal of Operations Management, 57, 36-53
  • Tingting Yan, Stephan Wager (2017), Do What and With Whom? Walue Creation and Appropriation in Inter-Organizational New Product Development Projects, (2017), International Journal of Production Economics, 191, 1-14
  • Tingting Yan, Kevin Dooley and Sophie Yang, (2017), A Theory of Supplier Network-Based Innovation Value, Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management, 23 (3), 153-162
  • Tingting Yan and Arash Azadegan (2017), Comparing Inter-Organizational New Product Development Strategies: Buy or Ally; Supply-Chain or Non-Supply-Chain Partners? International Journal of Production Economics. 183(A): 21-38
  • Butler, T. W., Williams, D. L., and Tingting Yan. (2016). MMOG/LE: Improving Supply Chain Delivery Performance through Buyer-Supplier Collaboration. Journal of Transportation Management, 25 (2), 57-68. Delta Nu Alpha Transportation Fraternity.
  • Anand Nair, Tingting Yan, Young Kyun Ro, Adegoke Oke, Todd Chiles and Su-Yol Lee, 2016.  How environmental innovations emerge and proliferate in supply networks: a complex adaptive systems perspective, by Journal of Supply Chain Management, 52(2), 66-86.
  • Tingting Yan and Anand Nair, 2016, Structuring supplier involvement in new product development: A China-US study. Decision Sciences, 47(4), 589-627.
  • Tingting Yan and Thomas Kull, 2015. Supplier Opportunism in Buyer-Supplier New Product Development: A China-US Study of Antecedents, Consequences and Cultural/Institutional Contexts. Decision Sciences, 46(2), 403-445
  • Tingting Yan, Thomas Choi, Yusoon Kim and Sophie Yang, 2015, A Theory of The Nexus Supplier: A Critical Supplier from A Network Perspective, Journal of Supply Chain Management, 51 (1), 52-66 (this research sets the foundation for a CAPS research that develops a Nexus Supplier Index for companies to use to manage supply bases: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKLGu03ctZ0).
  • Thomas Kull, Tingting Yan, Zhongzhi Liu, John Wacker, 2014, The Moderation of Lean Manufacturing Effectiveness by Dimensions of National Culture: Testing Practice-Culture Congruence Hypotheses. International Journal of Production Economics, 153, 1-12
  • Tingting Yan and Kevin Dooley, 2014. Buyer-Supplier collaboration quality in new product development projects. Journal of Supply Chain Management. 50 (2), 59-83
  • Adegoke Oke., Fred Walumbwa, Tingting Yan, Moronke Idiagbon-Oke and Lucy Ojode, 2014. Linking Socio-Economic Factors with Technology Adoption in Three Emerging Economies of Sub-Saharan Africa, Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management, 25 (1), 49-68.
  • Tingting Yan and Kevin Dooley, 2013, Communication Intensity, Goal Congruence, and Uncertainty in Buyer-Supplier New Product Development. Journal of Operations Management, 31 (7-8): 523-542.
  • Y. Kim, T. Choi, Tingting Yan and Kevin Dooley. 2011. “Structural investigation of supply networks: A social network analysis approach”, Journal of Operations Management, 29: 194-211.
  • Tingting Yan, Elliot Rabinovich, Kevin Dooley and Philip Evers, 2010. “Managing Backlog Variation in Order Fulfillment: the Case of Internet Retailers”, International Journal of Production Economics,128 (1): 261-268.
  • J. Carter, Arnold Maltz, Elliot Maltz, Mark Goh and Tingting Yan, 2010. “Impact of Culture on Supplier Selection Decision Making”, International Journal of Logistics Management, 21(3), 2010.
  • Tingting Yan and Kevin Dooley, 2010. “Entry timing in a secondary market: when to trade?” International Journal of Production Economics, 124 (1): 62-74.
  •  Kevin Dooley, Tingting Yan, 2010, Srimathy Mohan and Mohan Gopalakrishnan. “Inventory Management and the Bullwhip Effect during the Current Recession: Evidence from the Manufacturing Sector”, Journal of Supply Chain Management, 46(1): 12-18.
  • J. Carter, Arnold Maltz, Tingting Yan and Elliot Maltz, 2008. “How Procurement Managers View Low Cost Countries and Geographies: A Perceptual Mapping Approach”, International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management, Vol. 38 (3): 224-243.
  •  J. Carter and Tingting Yan, 2007. “The procurement function’s role in strategic outsourcing from a process perspective”, Int. J. Procurement Management, Vol. 1, Nos. 1/2: 210-226.

 

Awards:
  • 2018 Hornorable mentioning for service in reviewing for Journal of Operations Management 
  • 2016 Journal of Supply Chain Management Best Reviewer Award
  • 2015 Carol J. Latta Memorial DSI Emerging Leadership Award for Outstanding Early Career Scholar from the Decision Sciences Institute
  • 2010-2014 Journal of Operations Management Reviewer Service Award
  • 2014 Journal of Supply Chain Management Best Reviewer,
  • 2015 Finalist for the Past Chairs Emerging Scholar Award, Technology and Innovation Management Division (TIM) of the Academy of Management,
  • 2014 Excellence in Research Award from the School of Business Administration, Wayne State University, $1000, 2011-2014
  • 2013 Journal of Operations Management Best Reviewer, $150, 2014
  • First place in the ISM Doctoral Dissertation Grant in Supply Management, $6000, 2010 (One of the only two recipients in the United States for the Grant
  • Proceeding Scholarships, the 20th Annual North American Research and Teaching Symposium, $750, 2010
  • ASU Graduate and Professional Student Association Research Grant, $2000, 2009-2010
  • Distinguished Doctoral Student Fellowship, department of supply chain management, $5000, 2008-2009 

 

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