I am an explorer, a learner, and traveling author.
My recent travels included living in Indonesia as a Fulbright Scholar with my family while I taught, wrote, and explored the islands of Indonesia.
I get to practice what I teach and write as Executive Director of the Center for Faith & Innovation at Wheaton College and recently appointed Director of the Lipscomb University Center for Supply Chain Management. A former soldier in the U.S. Army, I served as a cultural analyst, operations specialist and journalist in psychological operations, ordnance, and public affairs. After completing my PhD in Logistics & Marketing, I have had the opportunity to conduct research with more than 40 companies in the areas of global supply chain management and social and environmental sustainability. Hannah
Applying Biblical Principles &
for Purposeful & Profitable Business
When thriving, business can be both purposeful and profitable, dynamic and gainful, commercial and rewarding. Doing good and doing well can be aligned with best business practices. Dr. Stolze’s framework for Wisdom-Based Business draws from ancient Wisdom literature and evidence-based business research to create a framework for business that is oriented towards excellence and sustainability.
Read more about this in Stolze’s forthcoming book: Wisdom-Based Business, to be published by Zondervan Academic/ Harper Collins Christian Publishing, in print March 2021.
Stolze, Hannah J., Diane A. Mollenkopf, LaDonna Thornton, Michael J. Brusco & Daniel J. Flint (2018), “Supply Chain and Marketing Integration: Tension in Frontline Social Networks.” Journal of Supply Chain Management, Vol. 54 (3), 3-21.
Stolze, H.J., Mollenkopf, D.A., & Flint, D. J. (2016) “What is the Right Supply Chain for Your Shopper? Exploring the Shopper Service Ecosystem.” Journal of Business Logistics, 37 (2), 185-197. Featured in Supply Chain Quarterly, Q3 2016 Issue.
Stolze, H. J., Murfield, M., & Esper, T. (2015). “Antecedents to Bridging the Cross-Functional Divide: An Individual Network Perspective.” Journal of Business Logistics, 36 (1), 46-68.
Center for Faith & Innovation
Dr. Stolze’s research and work with the Center for Faith & Innovation focus on exploring solutions to systemic social and environmental issues in support of social and economic progress.
Wisdom is the key to discerning the paths to achieving progress.