His primary scientific interests are in Marketing, Supply chain management, Reverse logistics, Supply chain and Knowledge management. He mostly deals with Relationship commitment in his studies of Marketing. His work carried out in the field of Supply chain management brings together such families of science as Industrial organization and Process management.
His Reverse logistics research incorporates elements of Product, Service, Customer service and Resource. Many of his research projects under Supply chain are closely connected to Survey data collection, Respondent, Profiling and Discipline with Survey data collection, Respondent, Profiling and Discipline, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His work deals with themes such as Corporate governance and Strategic management, which intersect with Knowledge management.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Marketing, Supply chain, Supply chain management, Reverse logistics and Process management. His Marketing study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Industrial organization. In his study, Strategic management is strongly linked to Knowledge management, which falls under the umbrella field of Supply chain.
His studies deal with areas such as Resource and Corporate governance as well as Supply chain management. As part of one scientific family, R. Glenn Richey deals mainly with the area of Reverse logistics, narrowing it down to issues related to the Integrated logistics support, and often Humanitarian Logistics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Global strategy and Position.
R. Glenn Richey mostly deals with Marketing, Supply chain, Supply chain management, Knowledge management and Context. His Marketing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Outcome and Stakeholder. His study in the field of Supply chain collaboration also crosses realms of Blueprint, Sociology and Systematic review.
His Supply chain management study incorporates themes from Industrial organization and Competitor analysis. The concepts of his Competitor analysis study are interwoven with issues in Service quality, Service recovery, Supply and demand and Reverse logistics. His Knowledge management research includes elements of Moderated mediation and Competence.
R. Glenn Richey mainly investigates Marketing, Practical implications, Strategic group, Taxonomy and Latent class model. His Marketing research integrates issues from Organizational identification and Attribution. His studies in Organizational identification integrate themes in fields like Organizational identity, Job satisfaction and Social identity theory.
His Attribution study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Liability, Stakeholder theory, Stakeholder, Negativism and Country of origin. R. Glenn Richey has researched Strategic group in several fields, including Strategic Choice Theory, Outcome and Strategic planning. He interconnects Control, Market orientation and Flexibility in the investigation of issues within Service climate.
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Supply chain collaboration: what's happening?
Soonhong Min;Anthony S. Roath;Patricia J. Daugherty;Stefan E. Genchev.
Reverse logistics: superior performance through focused resource commitments to information technology
Patricia J. Daugherty;R.Glenn Richey;Stefan E. Genchev;Haozhe Chen.
The role of resource commitment and innovation in reverse logistics performance
R. Glenn Richey;Stefan E. Genchev;Patricia J. Daugherty.
INFORMATION SUPPORT FOR REVERSE LOGISTICS: THE INFLUENCE OF RELATIONSHIP COMMITMENT
Patricia J. Daugherty;Matthew B. Myers;R. Glenn Richey.
EXPLORING A GOVERNANCE THEORY OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: BARRIERS AND FACILITATORS TO INTEGRATION
R. Glenn Richey;Anthony S. Roath;Judith M. Whipple;Stanley E. Fawcett.
Is collaboration paying off for firms
Patricia J. Daugherty;R. Glenn Richey;Anthony S. Roath;Soonhong Min.
The challenge of reverse logistics in catalog retailing
Chad W. Autry;Patricia J. Daugherty;R. Glenn Richey.
Effects of task interdependence on the relationship between helping behavior and group performance.
Daniel G. Bachrach;Benjamin C. Powell;Brian J. Collins;R. Glenn Richey.
Exploring knowledge management to organizational performance outcomes in a transitional economy
Timothy S. Kiessling;R. Glenn Richey;Juan Meng;Marina Dabic.
The effects of technological turbulence and breadth on supply chain technology acceptance and adoption
Chad W. Autry;Scott J. Grawe;Patricia J. Daugherty;R. Glenn Richey.
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