Publications :Publication List (sourced via UOW Database)
Coltman, T. & Devinney, T. M. (2013). Modeling the operational capabilities for customized and commoditized services. Journal of Operations Management, 31 (7-8), 555-566.
Coltman, T., Devinney, T., Midgley, D. & Venaik, S. (2008). Formative versus reflective measurement models: two applications of formative measurement. Journal of Business Research, 61 (12), 1250-1262.
Coltman, T., Devinney, T. M. & Midgley, D. F. (2011). Customer relationship management and firm performance. Journal of Information Technology, 26 (3), 205-219.
Anderson, E. J., Coltman, T., Devinney, T. M. & Keating, B. (2011). What drives the choice of a third-party logistics provider?. Journal of Supply Chain Management: a global review of purchasing and supply, 47 (2), 97-115.
Current Positions:Tim Coltman is a Professor in the School of Management, Operations, and Marketing.
Biography:Tim is a Professor at the University of Wollongong. He has a PhD in strategic management from the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM) and is currently engaged in pioneer supply chain management research where he has raised over $4.6 million in supported research from the ARC and companies such as DHL, BlueScope Steel and Ports Australia. Tim has published in leading journals such as J. of Operations Management, California Management Review, J. of Business Research, J. of Information Technology, Interfaces, J. of Supply Chain Management, J. of Business Logistics, J. of Strategic Information Systems and European J. of Information Systems. Previously, he has completed research projects for organizations such as the DHL, BlueScope Steel, Port Kembla Port Corporation, SAS Institute, SAP, Fairfax Business Research, Kimberly Clark and MIS magazine. Tim has more than 15 years experience in industry, having worked as a senior project manager within private consultancy, government and higher education.
Research Interests:Tim's research interests are Business Strategy & Performance, Innovation Management, Supply Chain Management, Technology Alignment.
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