22nd Annual North American Research Symposium on Purchasing and Supply Chain Management (NARS) — Agenda


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March 15-16, 2012
Phoenix/Chandler, Arizona


AGENDA

DAY 1:
Thursday, March 15, 2012

7:30 am - 8:30 am Check in and Registration
Continental Breakfast
8:30 am - 8:45 am Welcome and Opening Remarks
  • Paul Novak, CPSM, C.P.M., A.P.P., MCIPS, Chief Executive Officer, Institute for Supply Management™
  • Phillip L. Carter, D.B.A., Executive Director, CAPS Research and Harold E. Fearon Chair of Purchasing, Arizona State University
8:45am - 9:45 am GEN1 — Keynote Address
Getting a Seat at the BIG Table

Jill Bossi, C.P.M.

Chief Procurement Officer, Supply Chain and Real Estate Management
American Red Cross

Session Description: Supply Management has worked its way out of the "back rooms" of companies to a place in the same room as corporate disciplines like Finance, Sales, Marketing, HR, Legal, Audit and IT; but in most cases Supply Management has been relegated to the "kids table" during big gatherings. Yes, we are in the room, but we are not really heard, unless someone is speaking for us at the BIG table where all the real influencers sit. As a corporate discipline, Supply Management still needs sponsorship from the CFO, COO or CIO to really get the attention of the CEO. Why is Supply Management as a corporate discipline responsible for a large percentage of the spend (and cost savings) still relegated to the kids table? How does Supply Management move from the kids table to the coveted position at the BIG table in all corporate meetings, including corporate board meetings? The solution lies in what these other business disciplines learn about Supply Management while they are in training. More colleges and universities are implementing Supply Chain Management tracks and/or programs. How does the academic rigor of Supply Chain move from its segregated status to become an interdisciplinary track within the major business schools today? How does an academic grounding in the importance of SCM become an equal requirement for the future C Suite executives? To make the real differences we are capable of, we need to have a permanent and expected seat at the BIG business table of every corporation around the world.
9:45 am - 10:00 am BREAK
10:00 am - 11:00 am A1 — Competitive Paper Session

Supply Chain Management 1

  • Early Supplier Involvement, Lead Time Reduction and the Information Supply Chain | John D. Hanson, University of San Diego

  • Inter-firm Supply Chain Integration: Review and Extensions | Muhammad Usman Ahmed and Mark Pagell, York University
10:00 am - 11:00 am A2 — Working Paper Session

Risk Management

  • The Implications of Network Structure on Supply Chain Risk Management | Steven Carnovale, Rutgers Business School — Newark and New Brunswick; Myles D. Garvey, consultant; and Sengun Yeniyurt, Rutgers Business School — Newark and New Brunswick

  • Exploring Strategies for Managing Commodity Price Risk | George Zsidisin and Janet L. Hartley, Bowling Green State University

  • Supply Chain Interoperability: A Framework and Measurement | Christos Chalyvidis, David Morrow, Alan Johnson and Jeffrey A. Ogden, Air Force Institute of Technology
11:00 am - 11:15 am BREAK
11:15 am - 12:15 pm B1 — Working Paper Session

Operations and Strategy

  • Comparing Sourcing Strategies in the Face of Electronic Component Obsolescence | Kenneth D. Underwood, U.S. Air Force; Matt McConville and Jeffrey A. Ogden, Air Force Institute of Technology

  • Supply Management Capabilities and Operational Performance of UK Manufacturing | Joshua Ofori-Amanfo, Luisa Huaccho Huatuco, and Thomas F. Burgess, University of Leeds

  • The Blended Outcome Enterprise | Christopher L. Fleming, Steven A. Melnyk and Stanley E. Griffis, Michigan State University
11:15 am - 12:15 pm B2 — Working Paper Session

Sustainability

  • Relative Development of Sustainability and Supply Chain Management: Toward A Measurement Tool | Markus Mau, University of West Hungary; and Ralph G. Kauffman, University of Houston-Downtown

  • Market-Oriented Supply Chain Sustainability | Amit Arora, Ednilson S. Bernardes and Gerard J. Burke, Georgia Southern University

  • The Influence of Environmental Regulation on Global Sourcing Decisions | Jon F. Kirchoff, East Carolina University and Ayman Omar, American University
12:15 pm - 1:30 pm LUNCH
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm C1 — Competitive Paper Session

Supply Chain Management 2

  • Buyer Trustworthiness: Developing a Dynamic Relational Capability to Achieve Differential Performance | Stanley E. Fawcett, Air Force Institute of Technology; Marc Day, University of Reading; Amydee M. Fawcett, University of Arkansas; and Gregory Magnan, Seattle University

  • Leading The Creation Of A Corporate Supply Function | P. Fraser Johnson and Michiel R. Leenders, The University of Western Ontario
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm C2 — Working Paper Session

Purchasing Strategies

  • Integrity in Negotiations: A Multi-Cultural Perspective | Carl R. Templin and Greg Jackson, Southern Utah University

  • Understanding Import Lead Times | Arnold Maltz, Arizona State University

  • Strategies in Deciding When to Switch Suppliers | Rajni Goel, Ronald Straight and Angela Tidwell, Howard University
2:30 pm - 3:00 pm BREAK
3:00 pm - 4:15 pm GEN2 — Panel Discussion

Supply Chain Sustainability: A Dialog on Metrics, Scorecards and Footprints

  • Kevin J. Dooley, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Supply Chain Management, W. P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University and Academic Director, The Sustainability Consortium
  • Laura C. Draucker, Ph.D., Sustainability Manager, World Resources Institute, and Senior Associate, Greenhouse Gas Protocol
  • Den Patten, Ph.D., Professor, Environmental Accounting, Illinois State University; expert on environmental and social disclosure
  • Randon Riffey, (Intel) Environmental & Social Governance Manager, Corporate Strategic Procurement
Session Moderator:
Tom Gattiker, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management, Boise State University

Session Description: Measuring sustainability in the supply chain is one of the major sustainability-related hurdles facing organizations today. Why measure? What to measure? How to measure? How should information be disclosed? Who uses this information? How? How do existing protocols guide and constrain measurement and reporting? How do we insure information is relevant for day-to-day decision-making? For example, how should we create "apples-to-apples" measures that allow meaningful comparisons of competing suppliers and technologies? How do we measure the impacts of supply chain when the very structure of that supply chain shifts constantly? How do we allocate environmental impacts to products?
4:15 pm - 4:30 pm BREAK
4:30 pm - 5:00 pm D1 — Competitive Paper Session

Academic Service Learning

Academic Service-Learning Projects in Purchasing and Supply Management: An Investigation into the Student Experience using a Quasi-Experimental Design | Tobias Schoenherr, Michigan State University
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm GEN3 — Reception and Dinner

DAY 2:
Friday, March 16, 2012

7:30 am - 8:30 am Continental Breakfast
8:30 am - 9:30 am GEN4 — Keynote Address

Organizational Evolution: Does Form Fit Function?

Ann Oka
Senior Vice President, Supply Management
Sodexo, Inc.

Session Description: Much has been studied about the evolution of the supply function. In the last few decades, significant advances have occurred in the processes, systems and deliverables associated with Supply Management. But how often have the basic structures been modified to ensure that the organization can effectively capitalize on the new capabilities? The organizational evolution of one company's Supply Management department will be explored as it relates to functional transformation.
9:30 am - 9:45 am BREAK
9:45 am - 10:45 am E1 — Competitive Paper Session

Supply Chain Performance

  • Awareness is Not Enough: Commitment and Performance Implications of Supply Chain Integration | Yao "Henry" Jin and Amydee M. Fawcett, University of Arkansas; and Stanley E. Fawcett, Air Force Institute of Technology

  • Ongoing Management of Outsourced 3PL Services: Towards an Understanding of Where the Most Competent Managers Spend Their Time to Bring About Supply Chain Performance | Misty P. Blessley and Richard Lancioni, Temple University
9:45 am - 10:45 am E2 — Working Paper Session

Supplier Selection and Relationships

  • Intuition In Supplier Selection Decisions — Development Of A Measurement Scale | Claudia M. Wagner, Matthias Ehrgott, Felix Reimann, and Lutz Kaufmann, WHU — Otto Beisheim School of Management; and Craig R. Carter, Arizona State University

  • Extending the Quality Chain: Delivering Quality to Final Consumers | Arturo E. Osorio and Steven Carnovale, Rutgers— Newark & New Brunswick; and Maria G. Corradini, Universidad Argentina de la Empresa

  • Evolutionary or Revolutionary? Supply Management Involvement in Services Spending | Lisa M. Ellram, Miami University; and Wendy L. Tate, University of Tennessee
10:45 am - 11:00 am BREAK
11:00 am - 12:15 pm GEN5 — Panel Discussion

Journal Editors Panel: The New Landscape Of Publishing

Panelists:
  • George A. Zsidisin, Ph.D., C.P.M., co-editor, Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management
  • Stanley E. Fawcett, Ph.D., co-editor, Journal of Business Logistics
  • Craig R. Carter, Ph.D., co-editor, Journal of Supply Chain Management
  • Daniel Guide, Ph.D., co-editor, Journal of Operations Management
Session Moderator:
Lisa M. Ellram, Ph.D.,CPA, CMA, C.P.M., James E. Rees Distinguished Professor of Distribution, Miami Farmer School of Business, Miami University of Ohio

Session Description: In this lively and interactive session, editors will address key trends that they see in publishing journal articles. This includes topics such as: the impact of increased pressure to publish in certain journals. How has that affected your journal, and the number, types, and sources of submissions? Trends and changes in topics, method and theory selection have you observed? Any changes in emphasis on managerial implications in business research? How has your journal changed since you have taken over as co-editor?
12:15 pm - 1:15 pm LUNCH
1:15 pm -2:00 pm GEN6 — Best Paper Presentation

Flexible and Redundant Supply Chain Practices to Build Strategic Supply Chain Resilience: Empirical Study | Kihyun Park, Robert Morris University; Dale Dwyer, University of Toledo; Hokey Min, Bowling Green State University; and Paul Hong and Sachin Modi, University of Toledo
2:00 pm - 2:15 pm BREAK
2:15 pm - 3:15 pm F1 — Competitive Paper Session

Complexity and Strategy
  • Single Stage Closed Loop Supply Chain Profitability with Internal and External Returns Flows | Rabindranath Bhattacharya and Arshinder Kaur, Indian Institute of Technology

  • Supply Chain Complexity and Delivery Performance for Assemble-to-Order and Make-to-Stock Items: An Empirical Study Using Transactional Data | David Xiaosong Peng and Gregory R. Heim, Texas A&M University
2:15 pm - 3:15 pm F2 — Working Paper Session

Innovation

  • Making Lemonade from Lemons | Justin Lavadour, U.S. Air Force; Christopher L. Fleming and Steven A. Melnyk, Michigan State University

  • A Maturity Model of Supply Management Roles in Innovation | Yang Yang and Phillip L. Carter, Arizona State University

  • Consideration Sets in Organizational Supply Management: How are They Determined and What Influences How Many Suppliers Are Included | Jeffery H. Adams and Ralph G. Kauffman, University of Houston-Downtown
3:15 pm - 3:30 pm BREAK
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm G1 — Working Paper Session

Theme: Trust and Influence

  • The Insourcing Cycle Shift: Applying the Triple Helix Model to Analyze the Effects of Multi-dimensional Influential Factors on the Purchasing Function | Paul L. Hartman and Jeffrey A. Ogden, Air Force Institute of Technology

  • The Role of Salesperson Competence in Building Trust and Collaboration in Supply Chain Relationships: The Moderating Effect of Product Complexity and Technology Turbulence | Mahesh Srinivasan, The University of Akron
  • The Impact of Personality Disorder in Supply Professionals: Do We Need To Rethink Assumptions About Buyer Behavior? | Simon Croom, Donna Marshall and John Ramsay, University of San Diego
4:30 pm - 4:45 pm Closing Comments




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