• Industrial Distribution
  • I. Andrew Rader Professor
  • Program Director, Master of Industrial Distribution
Daniel Jennings

Educational Background

  • Ph.D., Strategic Management, Texas A&M University, 1986
  • M.B.A., Northeast Louisiana University, 1972
  • B.S., Industrial Engineering (with Honors), University of Tennessee, 1961

Research Interests

    • Corporate Entrepreneurship
    • Executive Scanning
    • Value Creating Activities
    • Top Management Teams
    • Achieving A Competitive Advantage

Awards & Honors

  • Andrew Rader Endowed Professorship
  • Outstanding Alumni University of Tennessee Industrial Engineering Department
  • Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi
  • National Academy of Arbitrators
  • Outstanding University Educator, Dean's Round Table
  • Distinguished University Teaching Award
  • TAMU System Teaching Award (Top 5% of System Faculty)
  • Outstanding Educator Award, Federation of Business Disciplines
  • Award of Distinction Service Award (Industrial Distribution Program)
  • Sixteen Best Paper Awards (four from National Academy of Management)

Selected Publications

  • Jennings, D.F., A. Narayanan, B. Nepal, and N. Clark, 2017,”On Value Activities and Competitive Advantage: An Empirical Study,” International Journal of Business Excellence, Vol 11, No. 3, pp. 320-343.
  • Jennings, D.F., 2017, “Building Interiors,” Federation of Business Disciplines, Southwest Academy Management.
  • Jennings, D.F., L. Batson, and A. Schrems 2016, "ExI Corporation, (A),” Federation of Business Disciplines, Southwest Case Research.
  • Jennings, D.F., L. Batson, and A. Schrems 2016, "ExI Corporation, (B),” Federation of Business Disciplines, Southwest Case Research.
  • Jennings, D.F. 2016 “Dealing With A Hostile Advocate During An Arbitration Hearing,” Proceedings-National Academy of Arbitrators, Southwest Region.