Arnold Maltz is an associate professor in the W. P. Carey School of Business and affiliate faculty member with the School for the Future of Innovation in Society. He joined ASU in 1997. His previous appointments included New Mexico State University and The Ohio State University.
Since 1991, Professor Maltz has taught and done research in transportation, logistics, and operations. He has been particularly active in logistics outsourcing and third party logistics studies where his work has won national awards.
In the commercial sector, his primary responsibilities included cost analysis, forecasting, budgeting, and operations analysis of corporate distribution systems and he has provided consultations for industry leading multinational corporations, including Accenture, Unified Grocers, Innovative Brands, and the Yuma Port Authority, as well as with an association of suppliers to the oil and gas industry in New Mexico.
Career and Recent Professional Awards; Teaching Awards
Decision Analysis Society Practice Award with Craig Kirkwood and Matthew Slaven, 2004; Anbar Citation of Excellence for Customer Service in the Distributor Channel: Empirical Findings; E. Grosvenor Plowman Award for Best Paper, Transportation and Logistics Educators Conference, 1994.
Director, Annual Doctoral Students Consortium, Council of Logistics Management, Philadelphia, 2004; Reviewer: Journal of Operations Management, 2006; Journal of Buisness Logistics, 2003, 2004, 2006; International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management, 2004.
Corporate and Public Sector Leadership
Manager of Distribution Finance and Services, Ross Laboratories, 1982-1988; Assistant Vice-President, Systems and Planning, Commercial Lovelace Motor Freight, 1979-1982; Operations Analyst, Preston Trucking Company, 1979.