The 19th Annual North American Research and Teaching Symposium on Purchasing and Supply Chain Management




Curriculum


Thursday, March 27, 2008

10:30-11:30 Sign-In and Registration
11:30-12:30 Luncheon
12:45-1:00 Welcome Messages

Janet Hartley, professor and chair of management, Bowling Green State University and chair, ISM Educational Resources Committee
Paul Novak, chief executive officer, Institute for Supply Management™
Robert Dye, president, Purchasing Management Association of Canada (PMAC)
Phillip L. Carter, executive director, CAPS Research and Harold E. Fearon Chair of Purchasing, Arizona State University
1:00-2:00 Keynote Address and Discussion

Farryn Melton, Vice President, Global Strategic Sourcing, CPO, Amgen Inc.
2:00-2:15 Break
2:15-3:15 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions

Strategic Sourcing

A Conceptual Framework for Strategic Factor Market Economic Analysis by Russell Hudson, Hewlett-Packard

Indirect Does Not Mean Unimportant: What Is Happening in Indirect Sourcing? by Michael Smith, Western Carolina University; Lee Buddress, Portland State University
2:15-3:15 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions

Global I

A Sino-European Framework of Cultural Standards SCM Performance Improvement Through Cross-Cultural Communication in China by Roger Moser and Martin Lockström, Supply Management Institute

3:15-3:30 Break
3:30-5:00 Panel Discussion

Journal Editors Panel

Journal of Operations Management — Kenneth Boyer
Journal of Supply Chain Management — Lisa Ellram
International Journal of Logistics Management — Chandra Lalwani
International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management — Michael Crum and Dick Poist Jr.
Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management — Stephan Wagner
Decision Sciences Journal — Vicki Smith-Daniels
International Journal of Integrated Supply Management — Ajay Das
Colorado State University — Moderator: George Zsidisin
5:00-6:30 Free Time
6:30-8:30 Dinner

Robert Dye, president, Purchasing Management Association of Canada (PMAC)
Craig Carter, Journal of Supply Chain Management

Friday, March 28, 2008

8:00-9:00 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions

Supply Chain Issues I

Supplier Value Improvement Process by Teresa Kirkendoll and John Mavec, Cessna Aircraft Company

Supply Chain Information Sharing and Firm Performance: A Longitudinal Study by Cynthia Wallin, Stanley Fawcett and Chad Allred, Brigham Young University; Gregory Magnan, Seattle University
8:00-9:00 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions

Educational Programs and Models

Empirically-Guided Accreditation Program Content Development by Paul Larson, University of Manitoba

Performance Learning Model-Global Reach by John Perry, Defense Acquisition University
9:00-9:30 Break
9:30-10:30 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions

Supply Chain Issues II

Supply Chain Integration and Its Impact on Performance: A Structural Equation Model Approach by Chang Won Lee, Jinju National University; Ik-Whan Kwon, Saint Louis University; Seong-Jong Joo, Central Washington University-Des Moines

A Conceptualization of the Purchasing-Logistics Interface by Bryan Ashenbaum, Miami University and Arnold Maltz, Arizona State University
9:30-10:30 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions

Human Resources

The Impact of Human Resource Management (HRM) Practices on Purchasing Skills and Knowledge: A German Case Study by Edda Feisel, Evi Hartmann and Christopher Jahns, Supply Management Institute

Building Future Trust Amid a Retiring Workforce by Helen Eckmann, University of San Diego; Sarah Jane Frauenzimmer, James L. Consulting
10:30-10:45 Break
10:45-11:45 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions

Social Responsibility

Corporate Environmental Reports: A Supply Chain Perspective by Wendy Tate and Jon Kirchoff, University of Tennessee; Lisa Ellram, Colorado State University

The Impact of "Codes of Ethical Conduct" for Purchasing Governance by Ulli Arnold, University of Stuttgart
10:45-11:45 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions

Supply Management Topics I

CPO Reporting Line Changes by Fraser Johnson and Michiel Leenders, The University of Western Ontario

Comparing Online and Offline Purchasing in B2B Markets by Tobias Schoenherr, Eastern Michigan University; Vincent Mabert, Indiana University
11:45-12:45 Lunch
1:00-1:45 Invited Paper Session

Interfirm Contracting: Transaction Cost Economics and Supply Chain Management by Oliver Williamson, University of California, Berkely
1:45-2:00 Break
2:00-3:15 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions

Global II

How Procurement Managers View Low-Cost-Country Sourcing: A Comparative Study of Perceptions From Asia and North America by Joseph Carter and Arnold Maltz, Arizona State University; Elliot Maltz, Willamette University

Offshore Outsourcing of Services: Decision-Making Insights Beyond the Pursuit of Low Costs by Lydia Bals and Evi Hartmann, Supply Management Institute; Wendy Tate, University of Tennessee; Lisa Ellram, Colorado State University

Supply Chain Excellence and Its Impact on the Regional Economy by Mengying Feng, Chandra Lalwani and John Mangan, University of Hull
2:00-3:15 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions

Supply Chain Models

Potential Savings by Switching Suppliers: Simulation Results by Rajni Goel and Ronald Straight, Howard University

Multiple Sourcing Versus Single Sourcing: A Real Option Approach by Nicola Costantino and Roberta Pellegrino, Politecnico di Bari

Stochastic Supplier and Order Allocation Portfolio Model (S-SOAP) by Manisra Baramichai, University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
3:15-3:45 Networking Break
3:45-5:00 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions

Supply Management Topics II

The Application of Lean Thinking to Marine Corps Aviation Supply by Andy Stevens, Willis of Arizona; William Verdini, Arizona State University
3:45-5:00 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions

Outsourcing

Assessing and Managing Outsourcing Risks Using the Supply Chain Risk Management Process (SCRMP): A Case Study by Rao Tummala and Tobias Schoenherr, Eastern Michigan University; Thomas Harrison, Michigan Ladder Company

The Link Between Outsourcing Strategy and Performance by Barry Brewer and Jeffrey Ogden, Air Force Institute of Technology; Bryan Ashenbaum, Miami University; Joseph Carter, Arizona State University

Saturday, March 29, 2008

8:00-9:15 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions

Supply Chain

Supply Chain Integration as a Marketing Lever: An Enhanced Conceptual Model for Customer Relationship Management by Gurram Gopal, Elmhurst College; Eric McMillan, Mueller Industries, Inc.; Joe Sandor and Laird Burns, Michigan State University

Crossing the Supply Chain Chasm: Obstacles and Issues by Steven Melnyk, Michigan State University

Defining and Differentiating Supply Chain Management by Christian Rossetti, North Carolina State University and Kevin Dooley, Arizona State University
8:00-9:15 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions

Supplier Issues I

An Examination of Strategic Supply Management Outcomes and Benefits by Ednilson Bernardes, Georgia Southern University; George Zsidisin, Colorado State University

How Much Does Supply Base Alignment Matter in Process Industries? by Ajay Das, City University of New York; Jayanth Jayaram, University of South Carolina

Buyer-Supplier Relationship Alignment: A Conceptual Framework by Thomas Kwan-Ho Yeung and Robert Klassen, The University of Western Ontario; Carol Prahinski, Michigan State University
9:15-9:30 Break
9:30-10:45 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions

Human Resource and Organization Issues

Supplier Innovativeness and Manufacturer Performance: An Organizational Learning Perspective by Arash Azadegan and Kevin Dooley, Arizona State University

The Impact of Human Resource Management on the Individual Aspects of Supply Chain Effectiveness by Michael Tracey, Winston-Salem State University; Kimberly Smith-Doerflein; Chong Leng Tan

Teaching and Assessing Ethics as a Learning Objective: One School's Journey by Carl Templin and David Christensen, Southern Utah University
9:30-10:45 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions

Supplier Issues II

Affecting Strategic Supplier Leverage: Capitalizing on the Dyadic Relationship between Development and Complexity by Jeffery Adams, Gary Stading and Ralph Kauffman, University of Houston-Downtown

The Structure of Supply Chain Contracts by Jane Winn, University of Washington

Supplier Risk Management: Preliminary Results of an Empirical Study Regarding Awareness and Management of Financial Risks Along the Automotive Supply Chain by Michael Henke, Constantin Blome and Roger Moser, Supply Management Institute
10:45-11:00 Break
11:00-11:45 Best Paper Session

Supplier Traits for Better Customer Firm Innovation Performance by Stephan Wagner, WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management
11:45-12:00 Best Paper Award and Closing Remarks

Janet Hartley, professor and chair of management, Bowling Green State University and chair, ISM Educational Resources Committee
Phillip L. Carter, executive director, CAPS Research and Harold E. Fearon Chair of Purchasing, Arizona State University


Saturday, March 29, 2008 Remember!

Pilot testing for the Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM) is offered at the 19th Annual North American Research and Teaching Symposium on Purchasing and Supply Chain Management on Saturday, March 29, 2008. Register by filling out the exam options on the registration form.

  • 12:30-1:15   Check-in for CPSM Exam Pilot Testing
  • 1:30-4:30     CPSM — Exams 1 & 2
  • 1:30-4:30     CPSM — Exam 3

Proceedings will be available in early March 2008 in electronic form only. Papers can be downloaded from ISM's Web site at www.ism.ws in the Conferences section. You are encouraged to download Proceedings prior to the event.