Joe Walden

Assistant Area Director - Analytics, Information, and Operations Management, Lecturer
Primary office:
785-864-1804
Capitol Federal Hall
Room 4111
University of Kansas


Summary

Academic Areas

Decision Sciences and Supply Chain Management

Selected Publications

  • "Achieving World Class Supply Chains Through Leadership," Logistics Forum Proceedings, 2004
  • "Sun Tzu and the Art of Supply Chain Management," Supply and Demand Chain Executive Magazine, Oct/Nov 2003
  • "Ancient Chinese Wisdom Still Applies," Cargo News Asia, March 6, 2006
  • "Reverse Logistics - Problem or Irritant?" World Supply Chain Summit White Paper, 2005
  • "Six Sigma Leadership," White Paper for The Logistics Forum, 2006
  • "From the Platform to the Desert - Lessons from Powerlifting used for Operation Iraqi Freedom," Powerlifting USA, 2005
  • "Supply Chain Security," APICS e-News, 2006
  • "Back to Basics - Leadership and Operational Success," Proceedings for the South Africa Logistics Conference, 2007
  • "Sun Tzu and Leadership - Human Resources Lessons from The Art of War," Proceedings for the International Human Resources Forum, 2007
  • Velocity Management in Business and Distribution - Lessons from the Military to Secure the Speed of Business, July 2005 by CRC Press/Auerbach Publications, New York, NY
  • Modeling Supply Chain Leadership, CRC Press/Auerbach Publications, New York
  • Lead author. Supply Chain and Logistics, Operations Management Body of Knowledge, APICS, 2008.

Education

  • Ed.D. in Curriculum and Teaching, University of Kansas (2018)
  • Six Sigma, Motorola University
  • MBA (Concentration in Logistics), Florida Institute of Technology
  • M.S. in Systems Management, Florida Institute of Technology
  • M.A. in Operational Planning, US Army Command and General Staff College
  • M.S. in Engineering Management, University of Kansas
  • B.S. in Rural Sociology, North Carolina State University

Teaching Interests

  • Supply Chain Security, Leadership, Reverse Logistics, Electronic Waste Recycling, Homeland Security, Supply Chain Professional Development

Selected Publications

Walden, J. (2018). Teaching Supply Chain Management: A qualitative and quantitative approach to developing a supply chain management education framework. Journal of International Management Studies.

Walden, J. (2018). Big Data, Data Analytics and Reverse Logistics. Reverse Logistics Association Journal, 98. http://rlmagazine.com/edition98p44.php

Walden, J. (2018). What are we teaching our operations and supply chain students? Journal of Business Management, 1(1), 1-3.

Walden, J. L. (2016). Bringing education into the future is the key to bridging the supply chain talent gap. Forum for International Trade Training.

Walden, J. L. (2016). Industry and education need to work together to train the next generation of supply chain workers. Forum for International Trade Training.

Walden, J. L. (Ed.). (2016). The International Journal of Sustainability in Economic, Social, and Cultural Context. 12(1)

Walden, J. L. (2015). Sun Tzu and 21st Century Supply Chain Management. In SAPICS Conference Proceedings.

Walden, J. L. (2014). Operations and Supply Management, Kendall Hunt.

Walden, J. L. (2013). Operations Management and Decision Making, Kendall Hunt.

Walden, J. L. (2013). Damage Control: Reverse Logistics and Electronic Waste. In SAPICS Conference Proceedings.

Walden, J. L. (2012). Career ROI: Advice from the C-Suite, Leadership. e-Side Supply Management.

Walden, J. L. (2012). Environmental Impacts Associated with Current Methods of Re-Use, Recycling and Reclamation of Personal Computers and Cell Phones. The University of Kansas.

Walden, J. L. (2012). Get Noticed, Get the Job. e-Side Supply Management.

Walden, J. L. (2010). Operations Management, Great River Technologies.

Walden, J. L. (2009). Modeling and Benchmarking Supply Chain Leadership, New York: CRC Press.

Walden, J. L. (2008). Lessons from Operation Iraqi Freedom Distribution Center Operations to Improve Your Operations. In Proceedings for the South Africa Logistics Conference.

Walden, J. L. (2008). Operations Management Lessons From Operation Iraqi Freedom. APICS e-News.

Walden, J. L. (2008). Operations Management Body of Knowledge. APICS.(1)

Walden, J. L. (2008). Operations Management Body of Knowledge. APICS.(1)

Walden, J. L. (2007). Back to Basics – Leadership and Operational Success
. In Proceedings for the South Africa Logistics Conference.

Walden, J. L. (2007). Sun Tzu and Leadership – Human Resources Lessons from The Art of War. In White Paper for The International Human Resources Forum.

Walden, J. L. (2006). Six Sigma Leadership. In White Paper for The Logistics and Supply Chain Forum.

Walden, J. L. (2006). Supply Chain Security,” APICS International Symposium Proceedings.

Walden, J. L. (2006). Lessons from the Operation Iraqi Freedom Distribution Center. Supply and Demand Chain Executive Magazine Online.

Walden, J. L. (2006). Supply Chain Security. APICS e-News.

Walden, J. L. (2006). Supply Chain Security Viewpoint. Cargo News Asia.

Walden, J. L. (2006). Ancient Chinese Wisdom Still Applies. Cargo News Asia.

Walden, J. L. (2005). Velocity Management in Business and Distribution – Lessons from the Military to Secure the Speed of Business
, New York, NY: CRC Press.

Walden, J. L. (2005). Reverse Logistics – Problem or Irritant? In World Supply Chain Summit White Paper.

Walden, J. L. (2005). From the Platform to the Desert – Lessons from Powerlifting used for Operation Iraqi Freedom
. Powerlifting USA.

Walden, J. L. (2005). Sun Tzu and 21st Century Supply Chains. In APICS 2005 International Symposium Proceedings.

Walden, J. L. (2004). Achieving World Class Supply Chains Through Leadership. In Logistics Forum Proceedings.

Walden, J. L. (2004). Leadership – the Key to Achieving Supply Chain Excellence. In APICS International Symposium Proceedings
.

Walden, J. L. (2004). Using the Military Decision Making Process to Solve Logistics Problems
. South Africa Production and Inventory Control Society Conference Proceedings.

Walden, J. L. (2003). The Forklifts Have Nothing To Do! – Lessons in Supply Chain Leadership, Bloomington, IN.

Walden, J. L. (2003). Leadership. In Proceedings of the International Warehouse of the Future Conference.

Walden, J. L. (2003). Using the Military Decision Making Process to Solve Supply Chain Problems
. In APICS International Symposium Proceedings.

Walden, J. L. (2003). Applying Six Sigma to Supply Chains. South Africa Production and Inventory Control Society Conference Proceedings.

Walden, J. L. (2003). Sun Tzu and the Art of Supply Chain Management. In Supply and Demand Chain Executive Magazine.

Walden, J. L. (2001). Applying Six Sigma to Supply Chain Operations. In APICS International Symposium Proceedings
.

Walden, J. L. (2001). Reverse Logistics. United States Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, KS.

Walden, J. L. (2000). Just-in-Time. United States Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, KS.

Walden, J. L. (1999). A Velocity Management Update. Army Logistician Magazine.

Walden, J. L. (1999). Guide to Warehousing and Distribution Activities Using Velocity Management. US Army.

Walden, J. L. (1997). Velocity Management at the National Training Center. Army Logistician Magazine.

Walden, J. L. (1989). US Army Strategic Logistics Plan. US Army.


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