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Chad Allred

Chad Allred

Clinical Assistant Professor

Education

Ph.D., Business Management, Purdue University
MBA, Brigham Young University
B.S., Electrical Engineering, Brigham Young University

CV

Dr. Allred began his career as an electrical engineer at Eyring Research Institute in the mid 80's designing digital equipment for 3M, Exxon and Chevron. He earned an MBA and began his business career at Novell in the late 80's. For nearly a decade he pioneered innovative alliances, advanced professional associations and managed award winning services and technologies. He was responsible for international user groups, technical support products, infobases, and user relationships with tens of thousands of corporate customers, resellers and service professionals worldwide.

In the late 90's, Dr. Allred left industry to pursue a PhD at Purdue University. His doctoral research examined satisfaction and loyalty evaluations of high-tech business-to-business service exchange experiences. He is currently on the faculty of the Purdue University Krannert School of Management. Dr. Allred has expertise in quantitative research methods, modeling, and decision sciences, and has been recognized for exceptional instruction and research. Recent research awards include: 2011 Harold E. Fearon Award – Best Paper,  2011 Literati Network Awards for Excellence – Highly Commended Paper, 2010 Literati Network Awards for Excellence - Outstanding Paper, and 2010 E. Grosvernor Plowman Award - Best Research.

Journal Articles

  • Allred, Chad R., Stanley E. Fawcett, Cindy Wallin, and Gregory Magnum (2011). A Dynamic Collaboration Capability as a Source of Competitive Advantage. Decision Sciences, vol. 42 (1), 123-304.
  • Fawcett, Stanley, Cindy Wallin, Chad R. Allred, Amydee Fawcett and Gregory Magnum (2011). Information Technology as an Enabler of Supply Chain Collaboration: A Dynamic Capabilities Perspective. Journal of Supply Chain Management, vol. 47 (1), 38-59.
  • Allred, Chad R., and R. Bruce Money (2010). The Service Hand-Off: Effects of Multivendor Service Performance on Customer Satisfaction - An Experimental Study. Journal of Services Marketing, vol. 24 (3), 184-195.
  • Money, R. Bruce, and Chad R. Allred (2009). An Exploratory Test of a Model of Social Networks, National Culture, and International Multilateral Negotiations. Negotiations Journal, vol. 25 (3), 337-356.
  • Fawcett, Stanley E., Cindy Wallin, Chad R. Allred, and Gregory Magnan (2009). Supply Chain Information Sharing: Benchmarking a Proven Path. Benchmarking: An International Journal, vol. 16 (2), 222-246.
  • Fawcett Stanley E., Chad R. Allred, Gregory M. Magnan, and Jeff Ogden (2009). Benchmarking the Viability of SCM for Entrepreneurial Business Model Design. Benchmarking: an International Journal, vol. 16 (1), 5-29.
  • Allred, Chad R. and Stanley E. Fawcett (2008). Market Orientations, Collaboration, Value Creation and Business Performance: Understanding Asymmetric Supply and Demand Chain Effects. International Journal of Business Excellence, vol. 1 (4), 391-417.
  • Allred, Chad R., and Michael Swenson (2006). Using Technology to Increase Student Preparation for and Participation in Marketing Courses: The Random Selector Model. Marketing Education Review, vol. 16 15-21.
  • Allred, Chad R., Scott M. Smith, and William R. Swinyard (2006). E-Shopping Leaders and Fearful Conservatives: A Market Segmentation Analysis. International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management, vol. 34 (4), 308-333.
  • Whitlark, David B., and Chad Allred (2003). Driving Your Market: Values Research Helps Create a Marketing Driving Strategy. Marketing Research, vol. 15 (4), 33-38.

Proceedings (refereed)

  • Fawcett, Stanley E.., Cindy Wallin, Chad R. Allred, Gregory Magnum, and Amy Dee Fawcett (2010). Evaluating Information Technology as a Supply Chain Collaboration Enabler: Insights from the Resource-Based View. Proceedings of the CSCMP Supply Chain Management Educators’ Conference,
  • Wallin, Cindy, Stanley E. Fawcett, Chad R. Allred (2010). Supplier, Customer and Collaboration Orientations: A Longitudinal Perspective. Proceedings of the 20th Annual North American Research and Teaching Symposium,
  • Fawcett, Stanley E., Cindy Wallin, Chad R. Allred, and Gregory Magnum (2008). Has a Proven Path Emerged? A Longitudinal Study of Supply Chain Information Sharing Capability. Proceedings of the Academy of Management 2008 Annual Meeting,
  • Allred, Chad R., Stanley E. Fawcett, and Cindy Wallin (2008). Collaboration’s Role in Mitigating Functional and Inter-organizational Conflict. Proceedings of the 2008 CSCMP Supply Chain Management Educators’ Conference.,
  • Fawcett, Stanley E., Chad R. Allred, and Cindy Wallin (2008). Market and Collaboration Orientations: Examining Supply/Demand Chain Effects. Proceedings of the Academy of Management 2008 Annual Meeting,
  • Wallin, Cindy, Stanley E. Fawcett, Chad R. Allred, and Gregory Magnum (2008). Supply Chain Information Sharing and Firm Performance: A Longitudinal Study. Proceedings of the 19th Annual North American Research and Teaching Symposium on Purchasing and Supply Management,
  • Allred, Chad R. and Bruce R. Money (2007). Customer Satisfaction with the Performance of Multivendor, After-Sales Service Alliances. Proceedings of the Summer 2007 AMA Educators Conference,
  • Money, R. Bruce, and Chad R. Allred (2006). An Exploratory Test of a Model of Social Networks, National Culture, and International Multilateral Negotiations. Proceedings of the 48th Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business,
  • Allred, Chad R., Scott M. Smith and William R. Swinyard (2006). Shopper Segmentation. Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Recent Advances in Retailing and Consumer Services Science,
  • Allred, Chad R., and Michael J. Swenson (2005). Cross Cultural Religiosity, An Exploratory Investigation. Proceedings of the 11th Cross Cultural Research Conference,
  • Allred, Chad R (2005). Affect and Conation in Business-to-Business Relationships: An Empirical Analysis of Loyalty Lifecycle Sequence. Proceedings of the Winter 2005 AMA Educators Conference,

Book Chapters

  • Smith, Scott M., Jared S. Smith, and Chad R. Allred (2006). Advanced Techniques and Technologies in Online Research. The Handbook of Marketing Research: Uses, Misuses, and Future Advance, 132-158.

Contact

crallred@purdue.edu
Phone: (765) 49-44460
Office: KCTR 218

Area(s) of Expertise

Global Social Entrepreneurship Experiential Learning Brand Development