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Yemisi  Bolumole

Yemisi Bolumole

Associate Professor
Department: Supply Chain Management

Office: N321 Business College Complex

Telephone: 517-432-6401

Email: bolumole@broad.msu.edu



Professor Bolumole is an Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management at Michigan State University. Prior to joining MSU, she was an Associate Professor of Logistics at the University of North Florida, where she served as the Director of the Transportation and Logistics Flagship Program. Her primary teaching interests include logistics systems design/analysis and supply chain management.

Dr. Bolumole received her Ph.D. in Logistics & Supply Chain Management from Cranfield University in the United Kingdom. Her doctoral thesis won the best PhD dissertation award. She also holds a Master of Science in Energy Conservation and the Environment from Cranfield University and a Master of Arts in Business and Management from the University of East London. Prior to joining academia, Professor Bolumole worked in the oil/gas and 3PL sectors in the areas of Operations Management and Business Development.

Her research program has generated over 30 publications, including refereed journal articles in the Journal of Business Logistics, Transportation Journal, The International Journal of Logistics Management, International Journal of Production Research, OR Insight, and Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, as well as book chapters, numerous conference proceedings, and other publications.

Professor Bolumole is an active member of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) and APICS, and currently chairs APICS' newest logistics certification exam committee - CLTD. She is an active speaker at professional, executive, and academic meetings. In addition to her academic teaching and research interests, Dr. Bolumole is a certified SAP solutions architect and consultant.

Professor Bolumole’s research interests include third-party logistics outsourcing, growth models and knowledge loss in outsourcing contracts, as well as performance management in supply chain relationships. Her current areas of research emphasis include the organizational memory implications of 3PL service contracts, performance management in buyer-supplier relationships, and partnering for optimizing supply chain performance.

  • Kip Research Fellowship in Logistics: Kip Research Fellowship in Logistics: University of North Florida Coggin College of Business 2009-2011 - $36,000
  • Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching: Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award: University of North Florida 2005-2006
  • Outstanding College Teaching Award: Outstanding Teaching Award: Coggin College of Business University of North Florida 2001-2002, 2002-2003, 2003-2004, 2004-2005, 2005-2006
  • Outstanding College Research Award: Outstanding Research Award: Coggin College of Business University of North Florida 2001-2002, 2002-2003, 2003-2004, 2004-2005, 2005-2006
  • Director's Award for Best PhD Dissertation: Best PhD Dissertation Award: Director"™s Prize in the School of Management, Cranfield University, 2001

Articles:

  • Yemisi A. Bolumole, David J. Closs and Fredrick Rodammer (2015), The Economic Development Role of Regional Logistics Hubs: A Cross-Country Study of Inter-Organizational Governance Models, Journal of Business Logistics; Volume 36, Number 2: 182-198.
    Winner of the 2016 Bernard J. LaLonde Best Paper Award
  • Yemisi A. Bolumole, Roger J. Calantone, Anthony C. DiBenedetto and Steven A. Melnyk (2015), New Product Development in New Ventures: The Quest for Resources, International Journal of Production Research; Volume 53, Issue 8: 2506-2523.    
  • David J. Closs and Yemisi A. Bolumole (2015), Transportation's Role in Economic Development and Regional Supply Chain Hubs, Transportation Journal; Volume 54, Number 1: 33-54.
  • David J. Closs, Yemisi A. Bolumole and Fredrick Rodammer (2014), Supply Chain Opportunities for Regional Economic Development, Transportation Journal; Volume 53, Number 4: 453-498.
  • Coleman, B. Jay, Yemisi A. Bolumole, and Robert Frankel (2012), Benchmarking Individual Publication Productivity in Logistics, Transportation Journal; Volume 51, Number 2: 164-196.
  • Cantor, David E., Yemisi Bolumole, B. Jay Coleman and Robert Frankel (2010), An Examination of Trends and Impact of Authorship Collaboration in Logistics Research, Journal of Business Logistics; Volume 31, Number 1: 197-215
  • Frankel, Robert, Yemisi A. Bolumole, Reham A. Eltantawy, Antony Paulraj and Gregory T. Gundlach (2008), The Domain and Scope of SCM"™s Foundational Disciplines "“ Insights and Issues to Advance Research, Journal of Business Logistics Special Issue, Vol. 29, No. 1: 1-30
  • Coleman, B. Jay, Yemisi A. Bolumole, and Robert Frankel (2008), Optimizing Career Day in Three Seconds, OR Insight, Volume 21, Issue 2
  • Bolumole, Yemisi A., Robert Frankel and Dag Naslund (2007), Developing a Theoretical Framework for Logistics Outsourcing, Transportation Journal; Volume 46, Issue 2: 35-54
  • Gundlach, Gregory T., Yemisi A. Bolumole, Reham A. Eltantawy and Robert Frankel (2006), The Changing Landscape of Supply Chain Management, Marketing Channels of Distribution, Logistics and Purchasing: Implications for Scholarship and Consequences for Practice. Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing; Volume 21, Number 7: 428-438
  • Frankel Robert, Dag Naslund, and Yemisi Bolumole (2005), The "White Space" of Logistics Research: A Look at the Role of Methods Usage. Journal of Business Logistics; Volume 26, Number 2: 185-210
  • Shawnee Vickery, Yemisi A. Bolumole, Roger J. Calantone and Matthew Castel (2015), The Effects of Product Architecture on Launch Speed, International Journal of Production Research; Volume 53, Issue 17: 5369-5381.
  • Bolumole, Yemisi A., A. Michael Knemeyer, and Douglas M. Lambert (2003), The Customer Service Management Process. The International Journal of Logistics Management; Volume 14, Number 2: 15-31
  • Bolumole, Yemisi A. (2003), Evaluating the Supply Chain Role of Logistics Providers. The International Journal of Logistics Management; Volume 14, Number 2: 93-107
  • Yemisi A. Bolumole, Scott J. Grawe, and Patricia J. Daugherty (2016), Customer Service Responsiveness in Logistics Outsourcing Contracts: The Influence of Job Autonomy and Role Clarity among On-site Representatives, Transportation Journal; Volume 55, Number 2: 124-148.
  • Bolumole, Yemisi A. (2001), The Supply Chain Role of Third-Party Logistics Providers. The International Journal of Logistics Management; Volume 12, Number 2: 87-102

Books:

  • Bolumole, Yemisi A., A. Michael Knemeyer, and Douglas M. Lambert (2006), "The Customer Service Management Process", in Supply Chain Management: Processes, Partnerships, Performance (2nd ed.), Douglas M. Lambert (ed). The Supply Chain Management Institute, FL
  • Bolumole, Yemisi A. (2004), "Distributing Products and Services: An Introduction to Logistics Management", in Business to the Point, M. T. (Lou) Alabassi (ed). Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co. Dubuque, Iowa
  • Bolumole, Yemisi A., A. Michael Knemeyer, and Douglas M. Lambert (2004), "The Customer Service Management Process", Supply Chain Management: Processes, Partnerships, Performance, Douglas M. Lambert (ed). The Supply Chain Management Institute, FL

Technical Reports:

  • Christopher, Martin, Alan McKinnon, John Sharp, Richard Wilding, Helen Peck, Paul Chapman, Uta Jüttner, and Yemisi Bolumole (2002) Supply Chain Vulnerability, Final Report on behalf of Department of Transport, Local Government and Regions (DTLR), Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and Home Office. Cranfield: Cranfield University School of Management

In Proceedings:

  • Bolumole, Yemisi and Steven A. Melnyk (2013), The Antecedents and Resource Implications of Administrative Innovation Persistence: A View from Outsourcing Supply Chain Orchestration, research paper accepted for presentation at the 23rd Annual North American Research Symposium on Purchasing and Supply Chain Management, March 14-15, 2013. Phoenix/Chandler, Arizona
  • Bolumole, Yemisi and Robert Frankel (2007), Supply Chain Management in the Paper & Plastics Industry: Company Challenges, Cost of Sales, The Perfect Customer Experience, and Options for "˜Going to Market"™, Accepted for presentation at the 4th Annual Industrial Distribution Educators Association (IDEA) Conference (Federation of Business Disciplines Conference)
  • Bolumole, Yemisi A., Reham A. Eltantawy, and Antony Paulraj (2007), Barriers to Effective Supplier Relationship Management Implementation, Working Paper accepted for presentation at the 18th Annual North American Research/Teaching Symposium on Purchasing and Supply Chain Management, March 29-31, 2007. Tempe, Arizon
  • Naslund, Dag, Robert Frankel and Yemisi Bolumole (2004), Systems Theory Applications for Supply Chain Management: Development of a Measurement Structure. Conference for Performance and Risk Management: Operations, Logistics and Supply Chains; Milan, Italy: 247-260
  • Bolumole, Yemisi (1999), Logistics Outsourcing: The Supply Chain Role of Third-Party Service Providers. Presented and published in Conference Proceedings for the 3rd Annual Conference of the Logistics Research Network (LRN), Newcastle UK
  • Bolumole, Yemisi A. (1998), An Analysis of Supply Chain Management for Effective Purchasing and Distribution: A Perspective from the Forecourt". Conference Proceedings, the EDAMBA Summer School, Toulouse, France
  • Robert Wiedmer, Yemisi A. Bolumole, and Judith M. Whipple (2014), Client-3PL Relationships: How Expectations & Asymmetry affect Mutual Satisfaction, abstract accepted and presented at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute (DSI), November 22-25, 2014. Tampa, FL.
  • Steve A. Melnyk, Yemisi A. Bolumole, Mathew Castel, and Roger Calantone (2014), Pursuing the Outsourcing Decision Despite Failure: How Escalation and Structure Play a Role, research abstract accepted and presented at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute (DSI), November 22-25, 2014. Tampa, FL.
  • Robert Wiedmer, Yemisi A. Bolumole, and Judith M. Whipple (2014), Client-3PL Relationships: How Expectations & Asymmetry affect Mutual Satisfaction, extended research abstract accepted and presented at the 2014 Presented at the Annual Educators’ Conference of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), September 21, 2014. San Antonio, TX
  • Yemisi A. Bolumole, Roger J. Calantone and Yanhui Zhao (2014), New Product Development Resource Combinations in New Ventures – Substitutes and Complements, research paper accepted and presented at the 2014 Summer Marketing Educators’ Conference of the American Marketing Association (AMA), August 1-3, 2013. San Francisco, CA
  • Yemisi A. Bolumole, David J. Closs and Fredrick Rodammer (2014), The Economic Development Impact of Supply Chain Regional Hubs: A Cross-Country Study of Inter-Organizational Governance and Implementation Models, research paper accepted and presented at the 2014 European Research Seminar, April 28-29, 2014, Düsseldorf, Germany.
  • SCM 373: Logistics and Transportation Management
  • SCM 876: Logistics Operations Methods and Systems
  • SCM 827: Supply Chain Logistics
  • SCM 854: Integrated Logistics Systems
  • Chair: APICS CLTD Examination Committee

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