E. James Flynn
- Clinical Professor of Management
- PhD, Indiana University, 1985
- MBA, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1975
- BS, Indiana University, 1973
- Associate Professor of Management, Wake Forest University, 1997
- Associate Professor, Iowa State University
- Assistant Professor of Management, Iowa State University
- Assistant Professor of Management, Louisiana State University
- Associate Instructor, Indiana University
- Project Manager, Indiana University
Awards, Honors & Certifications
- Best Paper Award, Technology and Innovation Management Division, Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, 2002
- Nominated for the Carolyn Dexter Award for Best International Management Paper, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, 2000
- Best paper Award, Production/Operations Management Division, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, 1995
- Finalist for Best Paper, Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting, 1991
- Best Paper Award, Organization and Management Theory Division, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, August, 1987
Creating and sustaining firm resource bases, Ethics, Leadership
- Morita, Michiya, E. J. Flynn, and Shigemi Ochiai (2011), "Strategic management cycle: The underlying process building aligned linkage among operations practices," International Journal of Production Economics, Vol. 133, No. 2, pp. 530-540.
- Bozarth, C. C., D. Warsing, B. B. Flynn, and E. J. Flynn (2009), “The Impact of Supply Chain Complexity on Plant Performance,” Journal of Operations Management, Vol. 27, No. 1, pp. 78-93.
- Flynn, E. J., K. A. Bates, and B. B. Flynn (2009), “The Pressure to Perform: Innovation, Cost and the Lean Revolution,” Business Horizons, Vol. 52, No. 3, pp. 215-221.
- Flynn, B. B. and E. J. Flynn (2005), "Synergies Between Supply Chain Management and Quality Management: Emerging Implications," International Journal of Production Research, Vol. 43, No. 16, pp. 3421-3426.
- Flynn, B. B. and E. J. Flynn (2004), “An Exploratory Study of the Nature of Cumulative Capabilities,” Journal of Operations Management, Vol. 22, No. 5, pp. 439-458.