Dr David M. Herold

Dr. David M. Herold

PhD, M.A., MBA, B.A.

Lecturer in Supply Chain Management and Corporate Strategy


Research and teaching specialties

Business and Management, Supply Chain Management, Corporate Sustainability Management, Organisational Theories

Biography

David completed his doctorate degree from Griffith University, Australia and holds also B.A. in Business Administration (Mosbach), a MBA degree (ARGE) and M.A. in International Relations (Danube University) and has held several visiting and teaching positions across Asia-Pacific and Europe. Prior to his academic career, David worked for more than ten years in a Fortune 500 Global Logistics company and has extensive industry and management experience in strategic operations planning and business development.

Publications and Presentations

Refereed Journal Publications

Herold, D.M., Ćwiklicki, M., Pilch, K., Mikl, J. (2021) “The emergence and adoption of digitalization in the logistics and supply chain industry: An institutional perspective”, Journal of Enterprise Information Management, DOI: 10.1108/JEIM-09-2020-0382

Herold, D.M., Nowicka, K., Pluta-Zaremba, A., Kummer, S. (2021) “COVID-19 and the pursuit of supply chain health: Reactions and ‘lessons learned’ from logistics service providers (LSPs)”, Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, DOI: 10.1108/SCM-09-2020-0439

Mikl, J., Herold, D.M., Ćwiklicki, M., & Kummer, S. (2020) “The impact of digital logistics start-ups on incumbent firms: a business model perspective”, The International Journal of Logistics Management, DOI: 10.1108/IJLM-04-2020-0155

Herold, D.M., Dietrich, T., & Breitbarth, T. (2020) “Banking on bullshit: indifferences towards truth in corporate social responsibility”, International Journal of Bank Marketing, DOI: 10.1108/IJBM-04-2020-0207

Mikl, J., Herold, D.M., Pilch, K., Ćwiklicki, M., Kummer, S. (2020), “Understanding disruptive technology transitions in the global logistics industry: the role of ecosystems”, Review of International Business and Strategy, 31(1), pp.62-79, DOI: 10.1108/RIBS-07-2020-0078

Herold, D. M., Breitbarth, T., Schulenkorf, N., & Kummer, S. (2019). “Sport logistics research: Reviewing and line marking of a new field”, The International Journal of Logistics Management, 31(2), pp.357-379, DOI: 10.1108/IJLM-02-2019-0066

Herold, D.M. and Lee, K.H. (2019). “The influence of internal and external pressures on carbon management practices and disclosure strategies”, Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 26(1), pp.63-81. DOI: 10.1080/14486563.2018.1522604

Herold, D.M., Farr‐Wharton, B., Lee, K.H. and Groschopf, W. (2019) “The interaction between institutional and stakeholder pressures: Advancing a framework for categorising carbon disclosure strategies”, Business Strategy & Development, 2(2), pp.77-90, DOI: 10.1002/bsd2.44

Dobrovnik, M., Herold, D.M., Fürst, E. and Kummer, S. (2018) “Blockchain for and in Logistics: What to Adopt and Where to Start”, Logistics, 2(3), 18, DOI: 10.3390/logistics2030018

Herold, D.M. and Lee, K.H. (2017) “Carbon management in the logistics and transportation sector: An overview and new research directions”, Carbon Management, 8(1), pp.79-97, DOI: 10.1080/17583004.2017.1283923