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Jury Gualandris

Associate Professor, Operations Management & Sustainability

Western Faculty Scholar
Faculty Director, Building Sustainable Value Centre
Faculty Director, Network for Business Sustainability

Jury Gualandris

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Expertise

  • Evolving structures and governance of supply chains
  • Environmental and social sustainability through innovation

Research Publications

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Jury is an associate professor of Sustainability and Operations Management at the Ivey Business School, Western University (Canada). He is passionate about supply chains as complex systems of collective organizing.

His research focuses on how organizations within complex supply chains interact to enhance both individual and collective performance, economically and ecologically. Key questions his research addresses include: What supply chain designs are most ecologically sustainable yet profitable? What beliefs and governance structures characterize such supply chains? And through what self-organizing processes do these supply chain designs emerge? Jury's work aims to understand how transparency regarding ecological risks and impacts in global supply chains can be improved and, more recently, to catalyze the transition toward more circular and regenerative agri-food systems.

Jury’s research is published in premier journals such as the Journal of Operations Management, the Journal of Supply Chain Management, and the Journal of Industrial Ecology. He serves as an Associate Editor at the Journal of Supply Chain Management and is on the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Operations Management and the Production and Operations Management Journal. His work has been featured in media outlets including The Globe and Mail, CBC, Corporate Knights, The Conversation, The Toronto Star, The Financial Post, and B the Change.

Jury has received numerous awards for the originality, relevance, and rigor of his research and teaching: Western’s Faculty Scholar Award (2024), Ivey’s Research Merit Award (2024), the Financial Times’ Highly Commended Responsible Teaching Case (2024), the Clean16 Leadership Award by Delta Management (2023), the Distinguished David G. Burgoyne Teaching Award (2022), the Academy of Management Best Paper Award (2021), the Journal of Operations Management’s Best Reviewer Award (Honorable Mention) (2021), two Best Paper Awards from the International Purchasing and Supply Management Education and Research Association (2016 and 2012), the Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management’s Best Reviewer Award (2015), and the Production and Operations Management’s Runner-up for Best PhD Proposal Award (2012).

Jury’s commitment to positive impact has led him to take on leadership roles at Ivey’s Building Sustainable Value (BSV) Research Centre and its sister organization, the Network for Business Sustainability (NBS). BSV designs and executes interdisciplinary research projects to drive systems change toward a fairer and ecologically sound future. NBS connects educators with managers to mobilize business sustainability globally.

Jury is a member of the Complex Adaptive Supply Network – Research Accelerator (CASN-RA) at Arizona State University. Before joining Ivey, he was a faculty member at University College Dublin’s Smurfit School of Business (Ireland). Jury holds a doctoral degree in economics and management of technology and a master’s degree in engineering and management from the University of Bergamo (Italy).

Teaching

  • HBA1 3304 “Operations”
  • HBA2 4625 “Corporations and Society: Developing More Sustainable Supply Chains”
  • AMBA “Sustainability Through Embedding Circularity in Business”

Education

  • PhD in Economics and Management of Technology (University of Bergamo, Italy)
  • MSc in Engineering Management (University of Bergamo, Italy)

Recent Refereed Articles

  • Diebel, W.; Gualandris, J.; Klassen, R. D., 2024, "How do suppliers respond to institutional complexity? Examining voluntary public environmental disclosure in a global manufacturing supply network", Journal of Operations Management, March 70(2): 285 - 315.
  • Gualandris, J.; Branzei, O.; Wilhelm, M.; Lazzarini, S. L.; Linnenluecke, M.; Hamann, R.; Dooley, K. J.; Barnett, M. L.; Chen, C., 2024, "Unchaining supply chains: Transformative leaps toward regenerating social–ecological systems", J. Supply Chain Manag., January 60(1): 53 - 67.
  • Jain, S.; Gualandris, J., 2023, "When does upcycling mitigate climate change? The case of wet spent grains and fruit and vegetable residues in Canada", Journal of Industrial Ecology, April 27(2): 522 - 534.
  • Knight, L.; Tate, W.; Carnovale, S.; Di Mauro, C.; Bals, L.; Caniato, F.; Gualandris, J.; Johnsen, T.; Matopoulos, A.; Meehan, J., et al., 2022, "Future business and the role of purchasing and supply management: Opportunities for ‘business-not-as-usual’ PSM research", Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management, January 28(1): 100753 - 100753.
  • Gualandris, J.; Longoni, A.; Luzzini, D.; Pagell, M., 2021, "The association between supply chain structure and transparency: a large-scale empirical study", Journal of Operations Management, October 67(7): 803 - 827.
  • Bansal, P.; Gualandris, J.; Kim, N., 2020, "Theorizing Supply Chains with Qualitative Big Data and Topic Modeling", Journal of Supply Chain Management, April 56(2): 7 - 18.
  • Gualandris, J.; Klassen, R. D., 2018, "Delivering transformational change: aligning supply chains and stakeholders in non-profit organizations", Journal of Supply Chain Management, April 54(2): 34 - 48.
  • Jan 1 1900 12:00AM, J.; Jan 1 1900 12:00AM, H.; Jan 1 1900 12:00AM, M., 2018, "Exploration and exploitation within supply networks: examining purchasing ambidexterity and its multiple performance implications", International Journal of Operations and Production Management, March 38(3): 667 - 689.
  • Golini, R.; Gualandris, J., 2018, "An empirical examination of the relationship between globalization, integration and sustainable innovation within manufacturing networks", International Journal of Operations and Production Management, March 38(3): 874 - 894.
  • Legenvre, H.; Gualandris, J., 2018, "Innovation Sourcing Excellence: Three Purchasing Capabilities for Success", Business Horizons, January 61(1): 95 - 106.
  • Gualandris, J.; Kalchschmidt, M., 2016, "Developing environmental and social performance: the role of supplier performance and buyer-supplier trust", International Journal of Production Research, January 54(8): 2470 - 2468.
  • Gualandris, J.; Klassen, R. D.; Vachon, S.; Kalchschmidt, M., 2015, "Sustainable evaluation and verification in supply chains: Aligning and leveraging accountability to stakeholders", Journal of Operations Management, July 38: 1 - 13.
  • Gualandris, J.; Kalchschmidt, M., 2015, "Supply risk management and competitive advantage: a misfit model", International Journal of Logistics Management, June 26(3): 459 - 478.
  • Gualandris, J.; Kalchschmidt, M., 2015, "Mitigating the effect of risk conditions on supply disruptions: the role of manufacturing postponement enablers", Production Planning and Control, June 26(8): 637 - 753.
  • Gualandris, J.; Kalchschmidt, M., 2014, "Customer pressure and firm innovativeness: their role in sustainable supply chain management", Journal of Purchasing & Supply Management, June 20(2): 92 - 103.

For more publications please see our Research Database

Honours & Awards

  • Ivey Research Merit Award (2024)
  • Faculty Scholars Award (2024)

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