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Marco Habermann

Marco Habermann, associate professor; director, Sogeti Program
Associate Professor; Director, Sogeti Program
Copeland 314

Education

  • Ph.D., Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota
  • M.B.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Masters (Diplom-Kaufmann), Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany
  • "Bachelor" (Vor-Diplom), Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany

Professional Experience

  • Ohio University, College of Business
    Assistant Professor
  • University of South Carolina, Moore School of Business
    Assistant Professor
  • University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management
    Graduate Teaching and Research Assistant
  • Deutsche Bank Investment Banking
    Research Assistant
  • McKinsey&Company, Inc.
    Research Assistant

Selected Publications

  • Mackelprang, A., Habermann, M., Swink, M., How Firm Innovativeness and Unexpected Product Reliability Failures Affect Profitability. Journal of Operations Management. Forthcoming
  • Metcalf, A., Stoller, J., Fry, T.. Habermann, M. Respiratory Therapists’ Job Perceptions: The Impact of Protocol Use. Respiratory Care Journal. Forthcoming.
  • Habermann, M., Blackhurst, J., Metcalf, A. Keep your friends close, or far away? Supply chain design and disruption risk. Decision Sciences Journal. 2015. Vol.46(3)
  • Metcalf, A., Stoller, J., Fry, T.. Habermann, M. Patterns and Factors Associated with Respiratory Care Protocol Use. Respiratory Care Journal. 2015. Vol.60(5)
  • Habermann, M.” Supply Chain Disruptions - Theory and Practice for Empirical Research” Proceedings HICL Conference, 2012.
  • Habermann, M., Bernardes, E. In Kersten, W. S., Blecker, T., Luethje, C. (Ed.), Complexity In Supply Chains and the Management of Sustainability Risk (pp. 15). Schmidt Publishing. (September/October 2010).

Awards

  • Outstanding Core Professor PMBA (Professional MBA) - Winner 2012 – Darla Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina
  • Academy of Management Doctoral Consortium. 2007 – Selected Presenter
  • Institute of Supply Chain Management Doctoral Consortium, 2006 – Selected Presenter
  • Center for Advanced Procurement and Supply Research (CAPS) Travel Fellowship 2006
  • Carlson School of Management Teaching Award for Excellence in Teaching During Academic Year 2005-2006
  • Carlson School of Management Summer Fellowship 2006
  • University of Minnesota Graduate Fellowship 2003, 2004, 2005
  • McKinsey Fellowship 2001
  • University of Wisconsin/University of Frankfurt Fellowship 1999-2000