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Anne Parmigiani

Carolyn S. Chambers Professor of Management

Affiliations: Management, Oregon MBA, Oregon Executive MBA, Undergraduate Programs
Phone: 541-346-3497
Office: Lillis 471



Anne Parmigiani is the Carolyn S. Chambers Professor of Management at the Lundquist College of Business. Her expertise includes vertical interfirm relationships, firm knowledge and capabilities, and firm boundaries. Her work has been published in Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Operations Management, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Management, and Journal of Management Inquiry.

Parmigiani received her PhD and MA from the University of Michigan. Before joining the Lundquist College, she was a procurement manager where she managed $10 million in purchases. She also has experience in consulting, as she conducted product mix analyses and forecasts and developed strategic pricing and positioning recommendations based on market research and industry analyses.

Parmigiani has received research grants from the Institute for Supply Management and the Sloan Foundation and was selected as one of three honored as a Western Academy of Management Ascendant Scholar in 2010.

Degree History:
  • PhD, University of Michigan, 2003
  • MA, University of Michigan, 2000
  • MBA, Penn State University, 1996
  • BS, Penn State University, 1987
Honors and Awards:
  • Outstanding Reviewer, Strategic Management Journal, October 2010 and October 2011
  • Goulet Research Excellence Award, Lundquist College of Business, June 2010
  • Ascendant Scholar Award, Western Academy of Management, March 2010
  • Fellowship, Oregon Community Credit Union, October 2008
  • Senior Research Fellowship, Institute for Supply Management, October 2007

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Areas of Expertise

  • Capabilities
  • Firm boundaries
  • Firm capabilities
  • Interfirm relationships
  • Knowledge transfer
  • Supply chain management
  • Vertical interfirm relationships

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Current Projects

  • Parmigiani, Anne, and Migule Rivera-Santos. "Trust and Control in Interorganizational Relationships." Journal of Management Studies.

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Journal Articles:

Parmigiani, Anne, Jennifer Irwin, and Brooke Lahneman. "Building Greener Motorhomes: How Dual-Purpose Technical and Relational Capabilities Affect Component and Full Product Innovation." Strategic Management Journal 43, no. 6: 1110-1140.

June 2022

Parmigiani, Anne, and Eden King. "Successfully Proposing and Composing Review Papers for the Journal of Management." Journal of Management 45, no. 8: 3083-3090.

November 2019

Irwin, Jennifer, Brooke Lahneman, and Anne Parmigiani. "Nested Identities as Cognitive Drivers of Strategy." Strategic Management Journal 39, no. 2: 269-294.

February 2018

Mullotte, Louis, and Anne Parmigiani. "Sibling Rivalry vs. Cousin Solidarity: How Ownership Influences Performance in Franchise Chains." Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings 2017, no. 1.

August 2017

Holloway, Samuel S., and Anne Parmigiani. "Friends and Profits Don’t Mix: The Performance Implications of Repeated Partnerships." Academy of Management Journal 59, no. 2: 460-478.

April 2016

Parmigiani, Anne, and Miguel Rivera-Santos. "Sourcing for the Base of the Pyramid: Constructing Supply Chains to Address Voids in Subsistence Markets." Journal of Operations Management 33-34, no. 1: 60-70.

January 2015

Kriauciunas, Aldas, Anne Parmigiani, and Miguel Rivera-Santos. "Leaving Our Comfort Zone: Integrating Established Practices with Unique Adaptations to Conduct Survey-Based Research in Nontraditional Contexts." Strategic Management Journal 32, no. 9: 994-1010.

September 2011

Holloway, Samuel, and Anne Parmigiani. "When Collaboration Trumps Rivalry: Examining Organizational Forms in the Construction Industry." Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings 2011, no. 1.

August 2011

Parmigiani, Anne, and Miguel Rivera-Santos. "Clearing a Path through the Forest: A Meta-Review of Interorganizational Relationships." Journal of Management 37, no. 4: 1108-1136.

July 2011

Parmigiani, Anne, and Jennifer Howard-Grenville. "Routines Revisited: Exploring the Capabilities and Practice Perspectives." Academy of Management Annals 5, no. 1: 413-453.

June 2011

Parmigiani, Anne and Samuel Holloway. "Actions Speak Louder than Modes: Antecedents and Implications of Parent Implementation Capabilities on Business Unit Performance." Strategic Management Journal 32, no. 5: 457-485.

May 2011

Parmigiani, Anne, Robert D. Klassen, and Michael V. Russo. "Efficiency Meets Accountability: Performance Implications of Supply Chain Configuration, Control, and Capabilities." Journal of Operations Management 29, no. 3: 212-223.

March 2011

Parmigiani, Anne and Will Mitchell. "The Hollow Corporation Revisited: Can Governance Mechanisms Substitute for Technical Expertise in Managing Buyer-Supplier Relationships?" European Management Review 7, no. 1: 46-70.

January 2010

Parmigiani, Anne, and Will Mitchell. "Complementarity, Capabilities, and the Boundary of the Firm: The Impact of Within-firm and Interfirm Expertise on Concurrent Sourcing of Complementary Components." Strategic Management Journal 30, no. 10: 1065-1091.

October 2009

Parmigiani, Anne, and James R. Terborg. "Experience on the Line: The Impact of Firm-Specific Knowledge and Experience on NFL Performance." Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings 2009, no. 1: 1-6.

August 2009

Parmigiani, Anne. "Why Do Firms Both Make and Buy? An Investigation of Concurrent Sourcing." Strategic Management Journal 28, no. 3: 285-311.

March 2007

Wooten, Lynn Perry, Anne Parmigiani, and Nandini Lahiri. "C.K. Prahalad's Passions: Reflections on His Scholarly Journey as a Researcher, Teacher, and Management Guru." Journal of Management Inquiry 14, no. 2:168-175.

June 2005

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