Dr John E. "Jack" Spillan

  • Chair and Professor
  • Management, Marketing and International Business , UNCP
  • john.spillan@uncp.edu
  • 910-775-4357
  • Business Administration, Room 116
  • Pembroke NC 28372

Dr. Spillan received his Ph.D. in Economics from the Warsaw School of Economics, College of Business, Warsaw, Poland. He serves as Professor of Business Administration at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, School of Business. He is Chairman of the Management, Marketing and International Business Department in the School of Business. His research interests center on Crisis Management, International Marketing, Entrepreneurship and International Business with specific interest in Latin America and Eastern Europe.

There are 8 included publications by Dr John E. "Jack" Spillan :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Are Students Driven by Negative or Positive Perception about Sales Profession in France? 2014 1092 The purpose of this study is to investigate students’ perceptions of personal selling as a career in France. Studies in the United States highlighting the negative perception of the sales profession by people are numerous, especially when it comes to...
A comparison of the effect of logistic strategy and logistics integration on firm competitiveness in the USA and China 2013 52 Purpose – The purpose of this manuscript is to empirically compare logistics strategies in Chinese and US manufacturing firms and the outcomes of these strategies to test the underlying factor structure and measurement equivalences of Bowersox/Daughe...
Does the Personal Trait Play a Significant Role on Chinese Students’ Perception of Sales Profession as a Career? 2014 0 The purpose of this study is to investigate students’ perceptions of personal selling as a career in the developing nations, China in this case. Research has been conducted underscoring the negative perception of the sales profession among students i...
The Impact of a Focus on Change in Technology in Successful Implementation of SAP Enterprise Resource Planning Systems in North and South America 2012 68 Organizations find the adoption of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) as a necessity to enhance success of focus on multiple competitive priorities. With the adoption of ERP comes the potential for success as well as failure. While studies have been ...
A Look to the Future: Emerging Trends in Crisis Management 2010 170 This article looks to the future by discussing emerging trends in the field of crisis management. The ideas presented are intended to begin a larger discussion on how top management must be future oriented to make sure thatcrisis planning is not just...
A Multi-Country Study Exploring Relationship of Lifestyles to Ethnocentrism 2011 456 In this paper, we study consumer market segments in four Latin American countries and one U.S. territory by using lifestyle patterns and ethnocentrism. We partition consumer ethnocentrism into low, medium, and high levels, and then investigate the re...
Predictive Power of Personal Factors in Studying Students’ Perception of Sales Profession in Ghana 2013 32 The purpose of this study is to investigate students’ perceptions of personal selling as a career in the developing nations – Case of Ghana. Studies in United States highlighting the negative perception of sales profession by people are numerous, esp...
Students’ Perception of International Business Curriculum: An Explorative Study—Case of Lebanon 2012 0 Economic development depends on business education for a thriving and secure society. A skilled workforce that can create, innovate, and increase business opportunities fosters an environment of prosperity that provides jobs and enhances the quality ...