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Anna Land
Associate Professor

  • Office Location: Timothy J Hyland Hall 3402
  • Phone: (262) 472-5441
  • Email: landa@uww.edu
  • Department(s): IT SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
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Select Publications:

 

Author(s) Year Article Title Journal Name Volume Issue Pages

Khalid, R., Seuring, S., Beske, P., Land, A., Yawar, S., Wagner, R.

2015

Putting sustainable supply chain management into base of the pyramid research (20th anniversary issue)

Supply Chain Management: An International Journal

20

6

681-696

Neutzling, D., Silveira do Santos, M., Dutra de Barcellos, M., Land, A.

2015

Value creation from internationalization of sugar cane by-products: A multi-stakeholder view of artisanal cachaça production

Review of Business Management

17

55

890-910

Beske, P., Land, A., Seuring, S.

2014

Sustainable supply chain management practices and dynamic capabilities in the food industry: A critical analysis of the literature

International Journal of Production Economics

152

1

131-143

UWW College of Business and Economics Hermsen Teaching Award Nominee
January 2020
UWW CoBE
Undergraduate Research Mentor of the Year Nominee
2019
UWW
Inspirational Impact Award Recipient
2018
UWW
Emerald Citation of Excellence
June 2017
Emerald Publishing
Academy of Management Best Student Paper Finalist
August 2015
Operations Management Division Finalist

Ph.D.
Operations and Supply Chain Management
University of Kassel, Germany
2016
M.Sc.
International Food Business and Consumer Studies
University of Kassel, Germany
2012
B.Sc.
Food Science and Human Nutrition
University of Florida
2010

Decision Sciences Institute
2015 - Current
Academy of Management
2014 - Current
Production and Operations Management Society
2014 - Current
European Operations Management Association
2013 - Current
NOFOMA Research Network (Nordic Logistics and Supply Chain Management)
2012 - 2014

Community Engagement Projects in Business Courses: Student Perceptions and Impacts on Learning
Supply Chain Governance in Fairtrade: A Control-Empowerment Paradox Based Analysis
Neutzling, D., Zehendner, A., Seuring, S.
Analyzing the role of certification schemes within alternative food networks
Lima, F., Neutzling, D., Kumar, N.
Addressing the Equity Gap in Lower Division STEM Courses: A Case Study
Ciganek, A., Platt, A.
Developing civic engagement and community-based learning opportunities in supply chain management curriculum
Peggy Kuchan
Data analytics in rail transportation: Applications and effects for sustainability
Andrew Buus and Dr. Alana Platt
Three approaches to literature reviews in sustainable supply chain management
Dr. Stefan Seuring
Creating action research and community-based learning opportunities in sustainable supply chain curriculum
Association of Organic Farming Development (ADAO): Management Strategies and Governance Towards Economic, Social, and Environmental Sustainability
Lima, F., Neutzling, D.
How Do Food Supply Chains Become More Sustainable? A Dynamic Capabilities and Ambidexterity Approach
How do supply chains become more sustainable? A dynamic capabilities and ambidexterity approach
How Do Food Supply Chains Become More Sustainable? A Dynamic Capabilities and Ambidexterity Approach
Madeleine Pullman
Examining Absorptive Capacity and Sustainable Supplier Management in Food Manufacturers
Madeleine Pullman, Stefan Seuring
Sustainable Supplier Management in Food Manufacturers
Madeleine Pullman, Stefan Seuring
Sustainability management practices of Brazilian and German food supply chains.
Madeleine Pullman, Stefan Seuring
Sustainable Supply Chain Management and Dynamic Capabilities in the Food Industry
Stefan Seuring
Sustainable supply chain management practices and dynamic capabilities in the automotive industry
Henrik Nielsen, Stefan Seuring, Daiane Neutzling
Sustainable Supply Chain Management and Dynamic Capabilities: Observations from Food Industry Experts
Stefan Seuring
Sustainable Practices and Dynamic Capabilities in Brazilian food companies
Stefan Seuring
Sustainable Supply Chain Management Practices and Dynamic Capabilities in the Food Industry: Results from Expert Interviews
Stefan Seuring
Sustainable Supply Chain Management Practices and Dynamic Capabilities in the Food Industry
Stefan Seuring
Dynamic Capabilities in Sustainable Supply Chain Management
Sustainable Supply Chain Management Practices and Dynamic Capabilities in the Food Industry
Stefan Seuring

Dynamic Capabilities Theory
Edward Elgar Publishing
Grey-neighborhood rough set based attribute reduction for uncertain and incomplete information systems Expert Systems With Applications
Information Systems Frontiers
Rana Plaza Collapse, its Aftermath, and Future Implications for Sustainability
SAGE Publications
Creating community-based learning opportunities in sustainable supply chain management curriculum
Operations Management Education Review
Dynamic capabilities in sustainable supply chain management: An inter-temporal comparison of the food and automotive industries
International Journal of Production Economics
Data analytics in rail transportation: Applications and effects for sustainability
IEEE Engineering Management Review
Vol. 48 Iss. 1 Pg. 85-91
The application of theory in literature reviews – illustrated with examples from supply chain management
International Journal of Operations and Production Management
Vol. 41 Iss. 1 Pg. 1-20
Linking sustainability-oriented innovation to supply chain relationship integration
Journal of Cleaner Production
How do supply chains become more sustainable? A dynamic capabilities and ambidexterity approach
Putting sustainable supply chain management into base of the pyramid research
Supply Chain Management: An International Journal
Vol. 20 Iss. 6 Pg. 681-696
Value Creation from Internationalization of Sugar Cane by-products: A multi-stakeholder view of artisanal cachaça production
Review of Business Management
Vol. 17 Iss. 55 Pg. 890-910
Sustainable supply chain management practices and dynamic capabilities in the food industry: A critical analysis of the literature
International Journal of Production Economics
Vol. 152 Pg. 131-143

Kerry, Inc.
Beloit, WI
Projects addressing Kerry's sustainability initiatives and decision-making processes will be developed to include faculty and students.