Theodore P. Stank works mostly in the field of Profitability index, limiting it down to topics relating to Finance and, in certain cases, Position (finance), as a part of the same area of interest. He performs multidisciplinary study on Position (finance) and Finance in his works. His Artificial intelligence study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Perspective (graphical) and Class (philosophy). The study of Perspective (graphical) is intertwined with the study of Artificial intelligence in a number of ways. His work in Marketing is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Service (business). His work in Service (business) is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Marketing. Theodore P. Stank undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Operations management and Materials management in his work. His work blends Materials management and Operations management studies together. His research brings together the fields of Logistics management and Process management.
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SUPPLY CHAIN COLLABORATION AND LOGISTICAL SERVICE PERFORMANCE
Theodore P. Stank;Scott B. Keller;Patricia J. Daugherty.
21st Century Logistics: Making Supply chain Integration a Reality
Donald J Bowersox;David J Closs;Theodore P Stank.
TEN-MEGA TRENDS THAT WILL REVOLUTIONIZE SUPPLY CHAIN LOGISTICS
D J Bowersox;D J Closs;T P Stank.
LOGISTICS SERVICE PERFORMANCE: ESTIMATING ITS INFLUENCE ON MARKET SHARE
Theodore P. Stank;Thomas J. Goldsby;Shawnee K. Vickery;Katrina Savitskie.
Performance Benefits of Supply Chain Logistical Integration
Theodore P. Stank;Scott B. Keller;David J. Closs.
Linking improved knowledge management to operational and organizational performance
Brian S. Fugate;Theodore P. Stank;John T. Mentzer.
BENEFITS OF INTERFIRM COORDINATION IN FOOD INDUSTRY SUPPLY CHAINS
Theodore P Stank;Michael R Crum;Miren Arango.
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO LOGISTICS, MARKETING, PRODUCTION, AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
John T. Mentzer;Theodore P. Stank;Terry L. Esper.
LEVERAGING LOGISTICS/DISTRIBUTION CAPABILITIES: THE EFFECT OF LOGISTICS SERVICE ON MARKET SHARE
Patricia J Daugherty;Theodore P Stank;Alexander E Ellinger.
Effect of service supplier performance on satisfaction and loyalty of store managers in the fast food industry
Theodore P Stank;Thomas J Goldsby;Shawnee K Vickery.
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