Dr. Steve Schulz
Dr. Steven A. Schulz
- Management, Associate Professor
Steve A. Schulz is an Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. He has an active interest in logistics, new product development, and high-performance organizations.
Supply Chain Integration
Global Sourcing and Innovation
Strategic Negotiations Management
The Supply Chain for TalentHigh-Performance OrganizationsIndustrial Technology Adoption ModelsOpen-Source Innovation
Dr. Schulz is a member of the Midwest International Trade Association, APICS, Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, Nebraska Trucking Association, Decision Science Institute, Academy of Management, and the Institute of Supply Management. He serves as a reviewer for several academic journals and conferences.
Awards and Honors
EMBA Distinguished Professor Award, Teaching - 2015
NBDC Faculty Member of the Year, Service, University - 2017
Outstanding Student Engagement Award, Teaching - 2017
Outstanding Student Engagement Award, Teaching - 2018
Dean's Citation for Excellence in Service, Service, University - 2018
Ph D, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Lincoln, NE, Marketing, Channels of Distribution, 1992
Schulz, Steve, Martin, Thomas, Meyer, Heather. 2017. Factors Influencing Organization Commitment: Internal Marketing Orientation, External Marketing Orientation, and Subjective Well-Being, Journal of Management Development, 36, 10, 1294-1303.
Schulz, Steve, Flanigan, Rod. 2016. Developing Competitive Advantage Using the Triple Bottom Line: A Conceptual Framework, Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, 31, 4, 449-458.
Schulz, Steve, Luthans, Kyle, Messersmith, Jake. 2014. Psychological Capital: A New Tool for Driver Retention, International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management, 44, 8/9, 621-634.
Chau, Ngan, Schulz, Steve. 2014. Selling Versus Leasing of Durable Goods: The Impact on Marketing Channels, Journal Of Marketing Channels, 21, 1, 4-17.
Schulz, Steve, Schulz, Heather, Yeagley, Marsha. 2014. Psychological Capital Intervention: A Potential Tool for Improving Organizational Commitment in Sales Organizations, Journal of Applied Marketing Theory, 5, 2, 36-47.