My previous work experience and academic training have influenced my pursuit of various research projects. I am particularly interested in sustainability issues that can be addressed through supply chain management. My dissertation focuses on supply chain transparency as a means to address increasing stakeholder demands regarding product history disclosures.
Supply Chain Transparency: An Overlooked Critical Element of Supply Chain Management
- B2B relationships
- Big data
- Information technology
- International supply chain issues
- Knowledge management
- Marketing strategy
- Reverse logistics / Returns management
- Sustainable supply chain management
Tyler R. Morgan, “A Triple Bottom Line Approach to Supply Chain Transparency,” Research Bootstrap Grant, Ivy College of Business, Iowa State University
Tyler R. Morgan with R. Glenn Richey, “The Evolution of Supply Chain Transparency: A Scale Development,” Summer Excellence in Research Grant, University of Alabama
Tyler R. Morgan with R. Glenn Richey, Kristina Lindsey, Chad Autry and Frank Adams, “The What, How and Why of Big Data in Supply Chain Relationships: A Structure, Process, and Performance Study,” Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals
*A detailed list of research in progress is available upon request.