The 20th Annual North American Research and Teaching Symposium on Purchasing and Supply Chain Management - Agenda


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March 11-12, 2010
Embassy Suites Phoenix-Tempe
Tempe, Arizona


Agenda

Thursday, March 11, 2010

7:00 – 8:00
Grand Ballroom Foyer
Check-in and Registration
8:00 - 8:15
Grand Ballroom A
Welcome Messages
  • Simon Croom, Professor of SCM, University of San Diego, CIPS Research Fellow in Sustainable Supply, Executive Director SCM Institute, Chair of the 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
8:15 – 9:15
Grand Ballroom A
Panel Discussion

Unusual Supply Chains
  • Edward Davis, Oliver Wight Professor of Business Administration, University of Virginia
  • Jamison Day, Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management, Louisiana State University
  • Paul Larson, Professor and Chairman of Supply Chain Management, University of Manitoba
  • Steven Melnyk, Professor of Operations Management, Michigan State University
  • D. Clay Whybark, Macon G. Patton Distinguished Professor of Operations, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Allen Wilhite, Professor of Economics, Chairman of the Department of Economics and Information Systems, The University of Alabama in Huntsville
Session Moderator: David Berkowitz, Associate Professor and Chairman of Marketing and Management, The University of Alabama in Huntsville
9:15 – 9:30
Grand Ballroom Foyer
Transition Break
9:30 – 10:30
Grand Ballroom A
Competitive Paper Session

Collaboration
  • Supplier, Customer and Collaboration Orientations: A Longitudinal Perspective by Chad Allred, Stanley Fawcett and Cynthia Wallin, Brigham Young University; Gregory Magnan, Seattle University
  • Involving Suppliers in New Product Development: Coordination Fit, Goal Congruence and Collaboration Quality by Tingting Yan and Kevin Dooley, Arizona State University
9:30 – 10:30
Grand Ballroom B
Working Paper Session

Supply Chain Topics I
  • Roles of Purchasing Development and Complexity in Achieving Strategic Supplier Leverage in Small and Medium Enterprises by Jeffery Adams, Gary Stading and Ralph Kauffman, University of Houston-Downtown
  • It Depends on Where You Start: How the Disciplinary Focus of Supply Chain Management Researchers Affects Perceptions of Research Publication Outlets by Michael Smith, Western Carolina University; George Zsidisin, Bowling Green State University and Thomas Kull, Arizona State University
  • Is Benchmarking Destined to Fail? by Kimberly Bates, Trent University; Steven Melnyk, Michigan State University, Sarah Wu, Fordham University; Barbara Flynn, Indiana University; Dana Johnson, Northern Michigan University
10:30 – 11:00
Grand Ballroom Foyer
Networking Break
11:00 – 12:00
Grand Ballroom A
Competitive/Practitioner Paper Session

Risk I
  • Assessing Supplier Default Risk on the Portfolio Level: A Method and Application by Stephan Wagner, Christoph Bode, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich
  • What Industry Needs from Us: and, What we Could Expect in Return by Joseph Cavinato, Institute for Supply Management™
11:00 – 12:00
Grand Ballroom B
Working Paper Session

Relationships
  • Making an End Run: When Do Firms Build Relationships With Distant Supply Chain Partners? by Anne Parmigiani and Jennifer Irwin, University of Oregon
  • The Moderating Role of Absorptive Capacity and Collaborative Communication in a Buyer-Supplier Learning Collaboration by Zach Zacharia, Lehigh University; Nancy Nix, Texas Christian University; Robert Lusch, University of Arizona
  • The Architecture of Relational Capabilities: Building and Managing Strategic Supplier Relationships by Gregory Magnan, Seattle University; Marc Day and Carola Hillenbrand, University of Reading; Stanley Fawcett, Brigham Young University
12:00 – 1:00
Lower Patio - Outside
Lunch
1:00 – 1:15 Transition Break
1:15 - 2:15
Grand Ballroom A
Keynote Address and Discussion
  • The Role of Procurement in the Engineering and Construction Industry by Jim Scotti, Senior Vice President and Chief Procurement Officer, Fluor Corporation
2:15 - 2:30
Grand Ballroom Foyer
Break
2:30 – 3:30
Grand Ballroom A
Panel Discussion

Cross-Disciplinary Thought Leadership in Supply Chain Management
  • Joseph Galaskiewicz, Professor of Sociology, University of Arizona
  • Michael A. Hitt, Joe B. Foster Chair in Business Leadership and the C.W. and Dorothy Conn Chair in New Ventures, Texas A&M University
  • Robert F. Lusch, Professor of Marketing and Marketing Department Head, University of Arizona
Session Moderator: Craig R. Carter, Professor of Supply Chain Management, University of Nevada
3:30 – 4:00
Grand Ballroom Foyer
Networking Break
4:00 – 5:00
Grand Ballroom A
Competitive Paper Session

Supply Chain Topics II
  • Purchasing Team Activities in the Supply Chain by P. Fraser Johnson and Michiel Leenders, University of Western Ontario
  • The Role of Drivers as Customer Contact Employees by Christoph Bode, Eckhard Lindemann, Stephan Wagner, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich
4:00 – 5:00
Grand Ballroom B
Working Paper Session

Supply Chain Topics III
  • The Outcome-Driven Supply Chain: Towards A New Paradigm by Steven Melnyk and Joe Sandor, Michigan State University; Ed Davis and Robert Spekman, University of Virginia
  • Procurement Structures for Low-Cost Country Sourcing by Gisela Lanza, Stefan Weiler and Philipp Mall, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
  • The Effect of Institutional Pressures and Top Managers' Posture on China's Product Recovery, Product Returns and Firm Performance by Fei Ye, South China University of Technology Xiande Zhao, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Carol Prahinski, Michigan State University
5:00 - 6:30 Free Time
6:30 - 8:00
Junior Ballroom
Dinner & John H. Hoagland Award


Friday, March 12, 2010

8:00 - 9:00
Grand Ballroom A
Panel Discussion

Sustainability at Arizona State University: An Academic and Operational Initiative
  • Rob Melnick, Executive Dean and Chief Operating Officer, Global Institute of Sustainability, Presidential Professor of Practice, School of Sustainability, Arizona State University
  • Kevin Dooley, Professor, W.P. Carey School of Business, Department of Supply Chain Management, Affiliate Faculty, School of Sustainability, Arizona State University
  • Ray Jensen, Associate VP, University Business Services University Sustainability Operations Officer, Arizona State University
Session Moderator: Lisa M. Ellram, James Evans Rees Distinguished Professor of Distribution, Miami University
9:00 - 9:15
Grand Ballroom Foyer
Transition Break
9:15 - 10:15
Grand Ballroom A
Competitive Paper Session

Supplier Relationships
  • Trust Signals in Supply Chain Alliances: Moving Toward a Robust Measure of Trust by Stephen Jones, Stanley Fawcett, and Cynthia Wallin, Brigham Young University; Amydee Fawcett, Lateral Line Analytics
  • Sources of Buyer Bargaining Power and its Impact on Performance by Tobias Schoenherr, Michigan State University; Vincent Mabert, Indiana University
9:15 - 10:15
Grand Ballroom B
Competitive Paper Session

Supply Chain Topics IV
  • A Decision Support System for Supplier Selection in a Chemical Firm Supply Chain: A Case Study Leveraging Analytic Hierarchy Process Model by Chris Enyinda, Alabama A & M University; Denver Tolliver and Khalid Bachkar, North Dakota State University
  • Developing Student Competencies in E-Sourcing Technology Using a Reverse Online Auction Project by Jacqueline Williams and Kathryn Dobie, North Carolina A&T State University; Curtis Wynn, RFQHosting
10:15 – 10:30 Transition Break
10:30 – 12:00
Grand Ballroom A
Working Paper Session

Risk II
  • Supply Base Complexity and Sustainability Disruption Risk by Ednilson Bernardes, Georgia Southern University; Marco Habermann, University of South Carolina
  • Effects of Sales Incentive on Supply Chain Financial Risk by Christian Rossetti, North Carolina State University
  • Process-Oriented Supply Risk Management: An Analysis of What Constitutes Excellence in Supply Risk Management by Constantin Blome, Kai Föerstl and Michael Henke, Supply Chain Management Institute
  • Managing Supply Chain Risk that is Beyond Control at the Individual Firm Level: The Logistics Perfect Storm as an Example by Michael Smith, Western Carolina University; Lee Buddress, Portland State University
10:30 – 12:00
Grand Ballroom B
Working Paper Session

Supply Chain Topics V
  • Understanding Logistics Services through a Factor-Market Rivalry Lens by Wendy Tate, University of Tennessee; Lisa Ellram, Miami University; Edward Feitzinger, End-To-End Analytics; Giddeon Markmam, Colorado State University
  • Gender Differences, Competitiveness and Integrity in Negotiation by Carl Templin, Southern Utah University
  • The Effects of Power and Sourcing Philosophy on Supplier Performance by Regis Terpend, Boise State University; Bryan Ashenbaum, Miami University
12:00 – 1:00
Lower Patio - Outside
Lunch
1:00 – 1:15 Transition to Session
1:15 – 2:00
Grand Ballroom A
Best Paper
  • The Effect of Operations Strategy on Supplier-Customer Relationships and Suppliers' Financial Performance by Yoon Hee Kim and Urban Wemmerlöv, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2:00 – 2:15 Transition Break
2:15 - 3:15
Grand Ballroom A
Workshop Session
  • Global Benchmarking Study SCM Syllabi: Topics, Reading Assignments, Assignments and Course Requirements in Purchasing/Sourcing Courses by Laura Birou, Louisiana Tech University; Heather Lutz, University of St. Thomas
2:15 - 3:15
Grand Ballroom B
Working Paper Session

Supply Chain Topics VI
  • Suppliers' Reactions to ERAs — A Systematization and Empirical Examination by Ulli Arnold and Wolfgang Schnellbäecher, University of Stuttgart
  • Performance Measurement for Supply Management by Carsten Reuter, Supply Management Institute
3:15 – 3:30 Transition Break
3:30 – 4:30
Grand Ballroom A
Working Paper Session

Supply Chain Topics VII
  • Supply Integration, Market Intelligence, and Performance: Initial Model Development and Construct Formulation by George Zsidisin and Janet Hartley, Bowling Green State University; Ednilson Bernardes, Georgia Southern University
  • Business Innovation through Proactive Contracting: A Conceptual, Interdisciplinary Framework for Service Procurement Practices by Helena Haapio, Lexpert Ltd.; Katri Rekola, Rekola Design Oy; Gerlinde Berger-Walliser, ICN Business School
  • Balancing Government Risks with Contractor Incentives in Performance-Based Logistics Contracts by Jeffrey Ogden and Christopher Gardner, Air Force Institute of Technology; Stephan Brady, Penn State University
3:30 – 4:30
Grand Ballroom B
Competitive/Practitioner Paper Session

Supply Chain Topic VIII
  • Network Centrality in Construction Mega Projects — The Role of Global Architectural Practice by Arash Azadegan, David Boje and Gerri McCullough, New Mexico State University
  • Developing an Environmental Approach to Paper Procurement at the World Bank by Jeanette Rennie and Liang Wang, World Bank; Michiel Leenders, University of Western Ontario
4:30 – 4:45
Grand Ballroom A
Program Wrap-up and Closing Remarks
  • Simon Croom, Professor of SCM, University of San Diego, CIPS Research Fellow in Sustainable Supply, Executive Director SCM Institute, Chair of the ISM Educational Resources Committee
  • Phillip L. Carter, Executive Director, CAPS Research and Harold E. Fearon Chair of Purchasing, Arizona State University