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Gilbert Nyaga


Nyaga, Gilbert
The Joe Dichiacchio Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management


Gilbert Nyaga
214 Hayden Hall
Northeastern University
Boston, Massachusetts  02115-5000

617-373-2116
g.nyaga@neu.edu

Education

PhD in Marketing & Logistics, Michigan State University
MBA, MA, Miami University, Ohio
BA, University of Nairobi, Kenya

Research and Teaching Interests

Professor Nyaga's primary research interests are in logistics strategy, supply chain relationships, and new product launch. His primary teaching interests are in transportation management and supply chain management.

Selected Publications

Nyaga, G., Whipple, J. M. (2011). Relationship quality and performance outcomes: Achieving a sustainable competitive advantage. Journal of Business Logistics, 32(4), 345-360.

Nyaga, Gilbert N., Judith Whipple and Daniel Lynch (2010), “Examining supply chain relationships: Do buyer and supplier perspectives on collaborative relationships differ?” Journal of Operations Management, 28(2), 101-114.

Closs, D. J., Nyaga, G., Voss, M. D. (2010). The differential impact of product complexity, inventory level, and configuration capacity on unit and order fill rate performance. Journal of Operations Management, 28(1), 47-57.

Whipple, J., Lynch, D., Nyaga, G. (2010). A Buyer’s Perspective on Collaborative Versus Transactional Relationships. Industrial Marketing Management, 39(3), 507-518.

Nyaga, G., Closs, D. J., Rodrigues, A., Calantone, R. J. (2007). "The Impact of Demand Uncertainty and Configuration Capacity on Customer Service Performance in a Configure-to-order Environment." Journal of Business Logistics, 28(2), 83-104.

Selected Presentations

Nyaga, G. (Presenter & Author), Lieb, R. (Author Only), Power, M. (Author Only), Desmarais, M. (Author Only), Annual Decision Sciences Institute Conference, "A Review of Shipper-Carrier/3PL Relationships: Comparing Transactional vs. Relational Factors Influencing Partner Perceptions and Performance,” Decision Sciences Institute, San Diego. (November 22, 2010).

Nyaga, G., Research & Scholarship Expo 2010, "Shipper-Carrier/3PL relationships: Do perceptions drive performance?,” Northeastern University, Main campus, Cabot Building. (March 24, 2010).

Nyaga, G. (Presenter & Author), Annual Decision Sciences Institute Conference, "Are firm’s supply chain capabilities and strategy orientation reliable basis for benchmarking?," Decision Sciences Institute, New Orleans. (November 17, 2009).

Nyaga, G., Annual Decision Sciences Institute Conference, "Session Chair," Decision Sciences Institute, New Orleans. (November 17, 2009).

Nyaga, G., Northeastern Research Expo 2009, "The Differential Impact of Product Complexity, Inventory Level, and Configuration Capacity on Unit and Order Fill Rate Performance,” Northeastern University. (April 2009).

Industry and Academic Experience

Professor Nyaga worked as carrier analyst intern for Cognis Corporation in Cincinnati, OH.

Professional Services

Professor Nyaga is ad hoc reviewer for Journal of Operations Management, International Journal of Production Economics, Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals’ Educators Conference, and Decision Sciences Institute Annual Conference. He is a member of Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), Decision Sciences Institute, and American Marketing Association. He serves on the Board of New England RoundTable of the CSCMP.

Mailing Address

Gilbert Nyaga
214 Hayden Hall
Northeastern University
Boston, Massachusetts  02115-5000