16th Annual North American Research and Teaching Symposium on Purchasing and Supply Chain Management


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The Curriculum

Thursday, March 17, 2005

10:30 - 11:30 Sign-In and Registration
in the Grand Ballroom Foyer
11:30 - 12:30 Luncheon
12:30 - 12:45 Transition to General Session
12:45 - 1:00 Welcome Messages:
  James L. Patterson, Associate Professor of Management, Western Illinois University and Chair, ISM Educational Resources Committee

Paul Novak, Chief Executive Officer, Institute for Supply Management

Robert W. Dye, President, Purchasing Management Association of Canada

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
  Anthony S. Nieves, Senior Vice President - Supply Management, Hilton Hotels Corporation
The Marketing of Supply Management
2:00 - 2:15 Break
2:15 - 3:15 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions
  Supply Chain Management I

The Nature and Scope of Supply Chain Management: Supply Chain Management's Marketing Heritage by Marcus Mau, University of Giessen; Ralph G. Kauffman, University of Houston-Downtown

Supply Chain Management for Small Businesses by Michael E. Smith, Western Carolina University; Lee Buddress, Portland State University

Instructional Topics I

Case Study of Barriers to Supply Chain Management Initiatives by Jeffrey A. Ogden and Stanley E. Fawcett, Brigham Young University
3:15 - 3:30 Break
3:30 - 5:00 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions
  Instructional Topics II

An Empirical Examination of Purchasing and Supply Management Journals by George A. Zsidisin, Regina C. McNally and Thomas J. Kull, Michigan State University; Michael E. Smith, Western Carolina University

Team-Based Learning in MBA and Undergraduate Supply Chain Management Classes by Zach G. Zacharia, Texas Christian University

Design of a Supply Chain Management Curriculum Using QFD and Benchmarking by Marvin E. Gonzalez and Gioconda Quesada, College of Charleston

Strategic Issues I

An Exploratory Study of Firms Involved in Purchasing Training Programs Through a Consortium by Amelia S. Carr, Bowling Green State University

A Review of Trust in the Business Literature: Evolution and Directions by Regis Terpend, Arizona State University

A Novel Framework for Managing a Sourcing Portfolio by Lutz Kaufmann and Alex Michel, WHU
5:00 - 6:30 Free Time
6:30 - 8:30 Dinner


Friday, March 18, 2005

8:00 - 9:30 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions
  Strategic Issues II

An Application of Systems Thinking to Supply Base Rationalization by William A. Verdini, Mark Henderson and Sriram Puthucode, Arizona State University

Supplier Networks vs. Social Networks in Biotech Companies by Tuija-Liisa Pohja, Abo Akademi University

Information Sharing: At the Heart of SCM by Paul D. Larson, University of Manitoba; Jack D. Kulchitsky, University of Calgary

Global Supply Chain Management I

SCM of Yue Yuen: Theory, Model and Operation by Liqun Du and Zhenjun Liu, Peking University

Managing Import Duties Within a Supply Chain Management Context by Richard R. Young, The Pennsylvania State University

Supply Chain Management in the Mexican Pharmaceutical Industry by Lutz Kaufmann, Claus Thiel and Alexander Becker, WHU
9:30 - 9:45 Break
9:45 - 10:45 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions
  Supply Chain Management II

Keys to Effective Supply Chain Collaboration by Nancy Nix, Zach G. Zacharia and Wesley R. Bridges, Texas Christian University; Robert F. Lusch, University of Arizona

Perspectives on the Strategic Development of Third-Party Logistics in the United States by Y. Helio Yang, San Diego State University

Risk and Performance Management I

Implementing Risk Management Strategies in a Multinational Agribusiness Corporation by Oral Capps Jr., Texas A&M University; Michael Haigh, University of Maryland; Steve Smiley, Nellson Nutraceutical

Are You Managing Your Supply Chain? Having the Correct Performance Measurements Will Lead to Success by Jamie Canelas, Closure Medical Corporation
10:45 - 11:00 Break
11:00 - 12:00 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions
  Purchasing and Supply Management I

Values-Driven Supplier Selection -- A New Financial Model for Supplier Relationship Success by Laura M. Birou, University of Tampa; Bill Michels and Linda Michels, ADR North America; Joan Shafer, Richard Barrett and Associates LLC; Steve Walter, Courageous Leadership, Inc.

Supplier Relationship Management -- An Explorative Study Concentrated on the Controlling Process by Ulli Arnold and Frank Warzog, University of Stuttgart

Risk and Performance Management II

Implementing a Commodity Hedging Program to Manage Price Risk by Steve Smiley, Nellson Nutraceutical and Bill Dunham, Bioproducts

The Importance of Supplier Performance Measurement and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for the Systematic Management of Supply Risks by Michael Henke, Technische Universität München; Christopher Jahns, Supply Management Institute
12:00 - 1:00 Lunch
1:00 - 1:15 Transition to Concurrent Sessions
1:15 - 2:15 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions
  E-Commerce and Technology Issues I

The Influence of Organizational Factors and Industry Context on E-Business Technology Use in the Supply Chain by P. Fraser Johnson, Robert D. Klassen, Michiel R. Leenders and Amrou Awaysheh, The University of Western Ontario

Business-to-Business Electronic Marketplace Usage for Purchasing and the Impact of Buyers' E-Readiness by Dothang Truong, Fayetteville State University; Thuong T. Le and S. Subba Rao, The University of Toledo

Instructional Topics III

Supply Chain Puzzle: A Pedagogical Tool Modeling Behavioral Issues in Supply Chain Management by Matthew W. McCarter, Stanley E. Fawcett and Jeffrey A. Ogden, Brigham Young University
2:15 - 2:45 Break
2:45 - 3:45 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions
  E-Commerce and Technology Issues II

Impact of E-Procurement Technologies Usage on Procurement Practices and Procurement Performance by Gioconda Quesada, College of Charleston; S. Subba Rao and T.S. Ragu-Nathan, The University of Toledo

Diffusion of Reverse Auctions, Electronic Catalogs, Electronic Fulfillment Systems and Electronic Payment and Settlement Systems by Paul D. Brown, Clark Atlanta University

Training and Change Management I

The Impact of Experiential Learning in the Process of Change by Laura M. Birou, University of Tampa; Heather Lutz, Syracuse University; Peggy D. Lee, Pennsylvania State University - Great Valley

Target- and Result-Oriented Management Training: A New Approach of Designing, Teaching and Efficiency Control by Christopher Jahns and Holger Schober, Supply Management Institute
3:45 - 4:15 Networking Break
4:15 - 5:15 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions
  E-Commerce and Technology Issues III

Why Do Sellers Dislike Internet Reverse Auctions?: Some Experimental Results by Thomas F. Gattiker, Xiaowen Huang and Joshua L. Schwarz, Miami University

Non-Adopters of Reverse Auctions: An Exploratory Examination of the Relationship Between Centralization and Organizational Innovativeness in Electronic Procurement by Dawn H. Pearcy, Eastern Michigan University; Larry C. Giunipero, The Florida State University

Ethics and Social Responsibility I

Federal Government Acquisition of Commercial Items by Ronald L. Straight, Howard University

Supplier Diversity Initiative in the Hotel-Casino Industry by Jocelina Santos, University of Nevada - Las Vegas
5:15 Open Time -- No Planned Activities


Saturday, March 19, 2005

8:00 - 9:00 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions
  Purchasing and Supply Management II

Is It Time to Reallocate Supply Management Resources? by Lisa M. Ellram and Wendy Tate, Arizona State University; Corey Billington, 3E

The Supplier Selection as a Strategic Competence of Purchasing: A Transaction Cost Economics Approach by João Amato Neto and Germano Manuel Correia, Escola Politécnica da Universidade de São Paulo

Ethics and Social Responsibility II

Ethics Case Studies and Guidelines for Supply Management Professionals by Gordon Moore, Sepia Associates LLC; Jonte Baker, Tiffany Ragland and Colin Benjamin, Florida A&M University

The Competitive Potential of Socially Responsible Purchasing Practices by Andrea McGee Prud'homme, Michigan State University
9:00 - 9:30 Break
9:30 - 10:30 Concurrent Research/Instructional Paper Sessions
  Global Supply Chain Management II

Organizing Entry in Emergency Supply Markets -- the Example of China by Lutz Kaufmann and Fabian Hedderich, WHU

Challenges in Conducting Empirical Purchasing Research in the People's Republic of China by Jeffery H. Adams and Katharine A. Bohley Hubbard, University of Indianapolis

Purchasing and Supply Management III

The Scope, Strategic Focus and Performance Impact of the Purchasing Function by John Pearson, Regis Terpend, Christian Rossetti and Brian Ashenbaum, Arizona State University

Trends in Supplier Codes of Conduct by Gregory M. Magnan, Seattle University; Stanley E. Fawcett, Brigham Young University
10:30 - 10:45 Break
10:45 - 11:30 Best Paper Session

Critical Success Factors of Supply Base Reduction Efforts by Jeffrey A. Ogden, Brigham Young University
11:30 - 12:00 Best Paper Award and Closing Remarks

James L. Patterson, Associate Professor of Management, Western Illinois University and Chair, ISM Educational Resources Committee