Dr. Daniel Krause

Professor, Management, Academic Department
Rockwell Hall, Rm. 217
(970) 491-0551
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Dr. Dan Krause is a Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management in the College of Business at Colorado State University.  He received his BA from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colo., and his Ph.D. and M.B.A. degrees from Arizona State University.  Before arriving at CSU, he taught at several other universities including the University of Victoria (B.C., Canada), Queen’s University Belfast (Northern Ireland, UK), Arizona State University and Michigan State University.  He has taught supply chain and operations courses at all levels, including doctoral, MBA and undergraduate.  He has been a visiting professor at ESADE Business School, Barcelona, Spain (fall of 2017), the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, UK (fall of 2010), and at WHU, Otto Beisheim School of Management, Vallendar, Germany (fall of 2006).

Dan’s industry experience includes positions in quality assurance and purchasing. His research interests include inter-organizational relationships, supplier development, supplier involvement in new product development, and sustainability efforts in supply chains. His research activities have taken him to visit companies in the USA, Canada, Europe (including Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Netherlands, Switzerland), UK, Japan and Korea.  He has provided executive education to many companies including LG, ATK, Bayer, Cessna, Steelcase, and Vitro Corporation.

Dan serves as an Associate Editor for the Journal of Supply Chain Management and the Journal of Business Logistics.  He served as Associate Editor for the Journal of Operations Management from 2002 to 2017, and for Decision Sciences Journal from 2006 to 2010.  His publications have appeared in several journals including Journal of Operations ManagementSloan Management Review, Decision SciencesJournal of Supply Chain Management, Journal of Business Logistics, Business Horizons, and the International Journal of Production Research.