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20th International Annual EurOMA Conference
Dublin, Ireland
9-12 June 2013

EurOMA 2013
"Operations Management at the Heart of the Recovery"

Call for Papers

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Chris Voss Best Paper Awards 2013

• The Chris Voss Best Paper Award was presented to
Min Zhang (Norwich Business School, UK), Xiande Zhao (China-Europe International Business School, China), and Marjorie A. Lyles (Indiana University Kelley School of Business, USA),
for their paper: “Absorptive capacity and mass customization capability:
The role of customers and suppliers as sources of knowledge”.

• The Chris Voss Highly Commended Award was presented to
Antony Potter (Manchester Business School, UK), Benn Lawson (Cambridge Judge Business School, UK), and Beverly B. Tyler (North Carolina State University, USA),
for their paper: “Building new product advantage within inter-firm NPD projects:
The role of firm selection, supplier technology, and absorptive capabilities”.
Lisa Hüttinger (University of Twente, Netherlands), and Holger Schiele (University of Twente, Netherlands), for their paper: “Empirical evidence for the influencing factors of preferential treatment by suppliers”.
 

Harry Boer Best Student Paper Awards 2013

• The Harry Boer Best Student Paper Award was presented to
George OnofreiBrian Fynes, Sean de Burca, and Evelyn Roche (University College Dublin, Ireland), for their paper: “Empirical Relationship Between Infrastructure Practices, Lean Practices And Factory Fitness: The Swift Even Flow Perspective”.

• The Harry Boer Highly Commended Award was presented to
Karl J. GrajczykMarkus Amann, and Michael Essig (Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany). for their paper: “Performance Effects Of Purchasing Category Strategy Alignment With Purchasing's Structural Configuration In Industrial Category Supply Management”.
 

Emerald Awards 2013

Emerald Awards for Excellence

• The Outstanding Paper Award for Supply Chain Management: An International Journal was presented to Stefan Seuring, and Stefan Gold, for the paper:
“Conducting content-analysis based literature reviews in supply chain management”.

• The Highly Commended Paper Award for Supply Chain Management: An International Journal was presented to Marian Oosterhuis, Taco van der Vaart, and Eric Molleman, for the paper:
“The value of upstream recognition of goals in supply chains”.

• The Highly Commended Paper Award for International Journal of Managing Projects in Business was presented to Markus Hällgren, Andreas Nilsson, Tomas Blomquist, and Anders Söderholm,
for the paper: “Relevance lost! A critical review of project management standardisation”.
 

EurOMA Fellow 2013

The EurOMA Fellowship program honours worthy academics who have made a great contribution to the field of OM as well as given many years of service to the Association. The 2013 Nominating Committee (R. Cagliano, J. Ribera, and C. Voss) presented the EurOMA Fellowship Award to:
Luk Van Wassenhove

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The conference was preceded by the
12th EurOMA Doctoral Seminar
7-8 June 2013

and the
6th EurOMA Journal Publishing Workshop
MODULE I: "Developing your Conference Paper"
8 June 2013

and the
5th EurOMA Young Scholars' Workshop
9 June 2013


4th Joint World Conference on
Production & Operations Management /
19th International Annual EurOMA Conference

Amsterdam, Netherlands
1-5 July 2012

World P&OM Amsterdam 2012 / EurOMA 2012
"Serving the World"

Call for Papers

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Chris Voss Best Paper Awards 2012

• The Chris Voss Best Paper Award was presented to 
– Benn Lawson (University of Cambridge, UK), Daniel Krause (Colorado State University, USA), and Antony Potter (University of Manchester, UK), for their paper:
“Managing Supplier Performance during Collaborative New Product Development”.

• The Chris Voss Highly Commended Award was presented to
Melek Akin Ates (Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands), Guido Ianniello (Luiss Guido Carli University, Italy), and Jan van den Ende (Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands),
for their paper: “An Exploratory Model for Coordination Approaches in
Buyer-supplier-supplier Triads in NPD projects”.
Emanuele Lettieri, Giovanni Radaelli, Nicola Spiller (Politecnico di Milano, Italy), and
Matteo Mura (Università di Bologna, Italy), for their paper:
“Innovating Healthcare Operations: lessons from a micro-level investigation”.
 

Harry Boer Best Student Paper Awards 2012

• The Harry Boer Best Student Paper Award was presented to
– Andrea Stefano Patrucco, Davide Luzzini, and Stefano Ronchi (School of Management, Politecnico di Milano, Italy), for their paper:
“Supplier and Purchasing Function involvement in NPD: What are the effects?”.

• The Harry Boer Highly Commended Award was presented to
Andreas Wieland (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany), and Carl Marcus Wallenburg (WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, Germany). for their paper:
“Strategies to Cope with Uncertainty: The moderating role of the supply chain position”.
  

 José A. D. Machuca World P&OM Conference Best Paper Awards 2012

• The José A. D. Machuca World P&OM Conference Best Paper Award was presented to
Barbara B. Flynn (Indiana University, USA), Thomas Bortolotti & Pamela Danese (University of Padova, Italy), and Pietro Romano (University of Udine, Italy), for their paper:
“Cumulative Capabilities and Lean: A test of the sandcone model”.
Robert D. Klassen (University of Western Ontario, Canada), Su-Yol Lee (Chonnam National University, Korea), Andrea Furlan & Andrea Vinelli (University of Padova, Italy): for their paper:
“The Green Bullwhip Effect: Transferring environmental obligations along a supply chain”.

• The José A. D. Machuca World P&OM Conference Highly Commended Award was presented to
Reza Zanjirani Farahani (Kingston University, UK), Hoda Davarzani (Lund University, Sweden), and Hazhir Rahmandad (Virginia Tech, USA), for their paper:
“Sanction as an Econo-Political Risk to Supply Chains”.
Hirofumi Matsuo (Kobe University, Japan), for his paper
“Supply chain disruptions from the Tohoku Earthquake:
What happened to automotive semi-conductors and what should be researched?”. 
 

 EurOMA Fellow 2012

The EurOMA Fellowship program honours worthy academics who have made a great contribution to the field of OM as well as given many years of service to the Association. The 2012 Nominating Committee (R. Cagliano, A. Vereecke, and C. Voss) presented the EurOMA Fellowship Award to:
  Kasra Ferdows  

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The conference was preceded by the
11th EurOMA Doctoral Seminar
29-30 June 2012

and the
4th EurOMA Young Scholars' Workshop
1 July 2012


 EurOMA 2011
18th International Annual EurOMA Conference
Judge Business School & Institute for Manufacturing, Cambridge, UK
3-6 July 2011

"Exploring Interfaces"

EUROMA 2011 PHOTO GALLERY

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Chris Voss Best Paper Awards 2011

• The Chris Voss Best Paper Award was presented to
– Carolien de Blok, Wietze van der Aa, Pim den Hertog (University of Amsterdam, NL) for the paper: ‘Managing inter-firm relationships in open service innovation.’

• The Chris Voss Highly Commended Award was presented to
Katri Karjalainen (University of Manchester, UK), Alistair Brandon-Jones (University of Bath, UK), Stephano Ronchi (Politecnico di Milano, Italy), Erik van Raaij (Erasmus University, Rotterdam) for the paper: ‘Electronic purchasing tools and purchasing absorptive capacity as antecedents of purchasing category performance.’
Bart MacCarthy, Amila Jayarathne (University of Nottingham, UK) for the paper: ‘Global supply networks and responsiveness in the international clothing industry:
Differences across different retailer types.’

 

Harry Boer Best Student Paper Awards2011

• The Harry Boer Best Student Paper Award was presented to
– Justin Drupsteen (University of Groningen, NL) for the paper:
‘Integrative practices in hospitals and their impact on patient flow.’

• The Harry Boer Highly Commended Award was presented to
Pairach Piboonrungroj (Cardiff University, UK & Chiang Mai University, Thailand) for the paper:
‘Supply chain collaboration, inter-firm trust and logistics performance:
Evidence from the tourism sector.’
Boyana Petkova (University of Groningen, NL) for the paper:
‘Supply chain integration under resource dependence; How powerful buyers and suppliers shape integration as the value of the relationship rises.’
 

Emerald Awards2011

Emerald Awards for Excellence

• The Highly Commended Award for International Journal of Operations & Production Management was presented to Alistair Brandon-Jones for the paper by Alistair Brandon-Jones, John Ramsay, Beverly Wagner, (2010): ‘Trading interactions: Supplier empathy, consensus and bias.'
(IJOPM, volume 30, issue 5, pp. 453-487.)

• The Outstanding Doctoral Research Award in the Operations and Production Management Category (sponsored by IJOPM) was presented to Jens Roerich (University of Bath, UK) for the paper: 'The Dynamics of Inter-organisational Governance: Contractual and Relational Mechanisms in Public-Private Supply Arrangements'.

• The Outstanding Reviewer Award for International Journal of Operations & Production Management was presented to Patrik Jonsson (Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden)

• The Outstanding Paper Award for Supply Chain Management: An International Journal was presented to Kenneth Platts for the paper by K.W. Platts, N. Song, (2010): ‘Overseas sourcing decisions – the total cost of sourcing from China.' (SCM, volume 15, issue 4, pp. 320-331.)

 • The Highly Commended Award for Supply Chain Management: An International Journal was presented to Brian Fynes and Frank Wiengarten for the paper by Frank Wiengarten,
Paul Humphreys, Guangming Cao, Brian Fynes, Alan McKittrick, (2010): ‘Collaborative supply chain practices and performance: exploring the key role of information quality.'
(SCM, volume 14, issue 6, pp. 463-473.)

• The Highly Commended Award for TQM Journal was presented to Ben Clegg for the paper by Ben Clegg, Chris Rees, Mike Titchen, (2010): ‘A study into the effectiveness of quality management training: A focus on tools and critical success factors.' (TQM, volume 22, issue 2, pp. 188-208.)
 

EurOMA Fellows 2011

The EurOMA Fellowship program honours worthy academics who have made a great contribution to the field of OM as well as given many years of service to the Association. The 2011 Nominating Committee (R. Cagliano, A. Neely, and A. Vereecke) presented the EurOMA Fellowship Award to:
  Harry Boer  •  Arnoud De Meyer  

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The conference was preceded by the
10th EurOMA Doctoral Seminar 2011
1-2 July 2011

and the
3rd EurOMA Young Scholars' Workshop
3 July 2011


 17th International Annual EurOMA Conference
EurOMA 2010
Catholic University of Portugal (CUP), Porto, Portugal
6-9 June 2010

"Managing Operations in Service Economies"

EUROMA 2010 PHOTO GALLERY

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Chris Voss Best Paper Awards2010

• The Chris Voss Best Paper Award was presented to
– Andreas Feldmann, Jan Olhager, Don Fleet, and Yongjiang Shi for the paper:
‘Linking networks and plant roles: The impact of changing a plant role.’

• The Chris Voss Highly Commended Award was presented to
– José Moyano-Fuentes, Macarena Sacristán-Díaz, and Pedro J. Martínez-Jurado for the paper:
‘Cooperation in the supply chain and lean production adoption:
Evidence from the Spanish automotive industry.’
– Zoe Radnor and Matthias Holweg for the paper:
‘From tools to systems: A critical appraisal of lean healthcare implementations.’

 

Harry Boer Best Student Paper Awards2010

• The Harry Boer Best Student Paper Award was presented to
– Pichawadee Kittipanyangam (Institute of Manufacturing, University of Cambridge, UK),
Yongjiang Shi, and Mike Gregory for the paper:
‘Food supply chain in manufacturing companies – An exploratory study on product and configuration.’

• The Harry Boer Highly Commended Award was presented to
– Yang Cheng (Centre for Industrial Production, Aalborg University, Denmark), Harry Boer, and John Johansen for the paper:
‘The servitization of manufacturing: A resource-based perspective.’
– Jürgen P. Wagner (Massey University, New Zealand), Nigel P. Grigg, Robin Mann,
Musli Mohammad, and Warwick Harvie for the paper:
‘Beyond universalism: continuous improvement in its socio-cultural context.’
 

Emerald Awards2010

Emerald Awards for Excellence

• The Outstanding Paper Award for International Journal of Operations & Production Management was presented to Brent Snider, Giovani J.C. da Silveira, and Jaydeep Balakrishnan for the paper:
‘ERP implementation at SMEs: analysis of five Canadian cases.'  (International Journal of Operations & Production Management, Volume 29, issue 1, 2009, pp. 4-29.)

• The Outstanding Reviewer Award for International Journal of Operations & Production Management was presented to Mohan Tatikonda (Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, USA)

• The Outstanding Service Award was presented to
David Bennett (Aston Business School, Aston University, UK) 


David Bennet receiving his award from Lucy Sootheran

• The Highly Commended Award for Supply Chain Management: An International Journal was presented to Janet Godsell and Remko van Hoek for the paper:
‘Fudging the supply chain to hit the number: five common practices that sacrifice the supply chain and what financial analysts should ask about them.'  (Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, Volume 14, issue 3, 2009, pp. 171-176.)

• The Highly Commended Award for International Journal of Operations & Production Management was presented to Rui Sousa and Chris Voss for the paper:
‘The effects of service failures and recovery on customer loyalty in e-services: An empirical investigation.'  (International Journal of Operations & Production Management, Volume 29, issue 8, 2009, pp. 834-864.)

EurOMA Fellows 2010

The EurOMA Fellowship program honours academics who have made a great contribution to the field of OM as well as given many years of service to the Association. The 2010 Nominating Committee (C. Karlsson, A. Neely, and A. Vereecke) presented the EurOMA Fellowship Award to the following two notable candidates (who also happen to be close colleagues):
•  Bob Johnston (†)  •  Nigel Slack 
[NOTE: Bob Johnston passed away on 12 November 2012.]

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The conference was preceded by the
9th EurOMA Doctoral Seminar 2010
4-5 June 2010

EurOMA 2010 Doctoral Seminar participants (photo)
EurOMA 2010 Doctoral Seminar participants

and the
2nd EurOMA Young Scholars Workshop
6 June 2010

EurOMA 2010 Young Scholars Workshop participants (photo)
EurOMA 2010 Young Scholars Workshop participants


16th International Annual EurOMA Conference
Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden
14-17 June 2009

"Implementation – Realizing Operations Management Knowledge"

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Chris Voss Best Paper Awards 2009

• The Chris Voss Best Paper Award was presented to
– Joe Miemczyk, Thomas Stäblein,and Matthias Holweg for the paper: ‘Theoretical versus actual product variety: how much customisation is really demanded in the marketplace?’

• The Chris Voss Highly Commended Award was presented to
– Raffaella Cagliano, Federico Caniato, Ruggero Golini (corresponding author), and
Evelyn Micelotta for the paper: ‘The impact of country culture on the adoption of new forms of work organization.’

Harry Boer Best Student Paper Awards2009

• The Harry Boer Best Student Paper Award was presented to
– Zhijian Cui, Christoph Loch, Bernd Grossmann, and Ru He for the paper: ‘Matching Innovation Outsourcing Motivations and Innovation Providers: An Empirical Study at Siemens.’

• The Harry Boer Highly Commended Award was presented to
– Kirstin Scholten, Dr. Pamela Sharkey-Scott, and Professor Brian Fynes for the paper: ‘Supply chain management concepts and humanitarian aid agencies – an exploratory study.’

Emerald Awards 2009

Emerald Awards for Excellence

• The Outstanding Reviewer Award for Supply Chain Management: An International Journal was presented to Damien Power (University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)

• The Leading Editor Awards were presented to
Margaret Taylor & Andrew Taylor (both of the University of Bradford, UK)

Outstanding Doctoral Research Award

• The Highly Commended Award in Operations and Production Management category, sponsored by IJOPM, was presented to Sami Farooq (University of Nottingham, UK) for the paper: ‘Manufacturing technology selection: a supply chain perspective.' 

EurOMA Fellows 2009

 In 2009, EurOMA started a Fellowship program to honour those academics who have made a great contribution to the field of OM as well as given many years of service to the Association. This year’s Nominating Committee (J.Ribera, D. P. van Donk, B. Fynes, and A. Vereecke) presented the EurOMA Fellowship Award to the following worthy candidates:
  Chris Voss    Christer Karlsson    Roberto Filippini    Andy Neely 

 EurOMA Fellows 2009
 EurOMA Fellows 2009: C. Karlsson, C. Voss and A. Neely with Pres. A. Vereecke 
(R. Filippini absent)  
[photo: Mats Johansson]

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The conference was preceded by the
8th EurOMA Doctoral Seminar 2009
12-13 June 2009
and the
1st EurOMA Young Scholars Workshop
14 June 2009

EurOMA 2009 Young Scholars Workshop participants (photo)
EurOMA 2009 Young Scholars Workshop participants   [photo: Matteo Kalchschmidt] 


 15th International Annual EurOMA Conference
University of Groningen, Netherlands
15-18 June 2008

"Tradition and Innovation in Operations Management:
Connecting Past and Future"
 

Chris Voss Best Paper Awards2008

 • The Chris Voss Best Paper Award was presented to:
– Amrou Away Sheh and Robert D. Klassen for the paper
'Supply chain structure and its impact on supplier socially responsible practices'.

Chris Voss Highly Commended Awards were presented to:
– Giovani J. C. da Silveira and Rui S. Sousa for the paper
'Analysis of the relationships between operations strategy paradigms and performance'.
– Giorgia Dal Pont, Andrea Furlan and Andrea Vinelli for the paper
'Effects on performance of lean bundles'.

Emerald Awards2008

Emerald Awards for Excellence

• The Outstanding Paper Award for IJOPM was presented to
Robert S. Collins and Roger W. Schmenner for the paper
'Understanding persistently variable performance in plants.' (IJOPM vol. 27/3) -
{accepted by Roger Schmenner}

• The Highly Commended Award for IJOPM was presented to
Rui Sousa and Christopher A. Voss for the paper
'Operational implications of manufacturing outsourcing for subcontractor plants:
An empirical investigation.' (IJOPM vol. 27/9) - {accepted by both authors}

• The Highly Commended Award for Supply Chain Management: An International Journal
was presented to Arni Halldorsson, Herbert Kotzab, Juliana Hsuan and Tage Skjøtt-Larsen 
for the paper 'Complementary theories to supply chain management.' (SCMIJ vol. 12/4) - {accepted by Juliana Hsuan}

Outstanding Doctoral Research Award

• The Highly Commended Award in Operations and Production Management category,
sponsored by IJOPM, was presented to Alistair Brandon-Jones of the University of Bath,
School of Management (Doctoral award conferred by University of Warwick, UK), for the paper 'Perceived E-Procurement Quality: Exploring and measuring the construct at a tactical level within the public sector.'

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The conference was preceded by the
7th EurOMA Doctoral Seminar
13-14 June 2008

EurOMA 2008 Doctoral Seminar participants (photo)
EurOMA 2008 Doctoral Seminar participants   [photo: Jan Braaksma, PhD student] 

To view more photos of EurOMA 2008 (where you can also download them), please visit the conference website at: http://www.euroma2008.org/photos.aspx 


14th International Annual EurOMA Conference
 Ankara, Turkey
 17-20 June 2007

"Managing Operations in an Expanding Europe" 

Emerald Awards2007

Highly Commended Award for International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management
to Kepa Mendibil and Jillian MacBryde for the paper
'Factors that affect the design and implementation of team-based performance measurement systems.' (IJPPM vol. 55, no. 2, 2006) - {accepted by both authors}

Highly Commended Award for International Journal of Operations and Production Management
to Taco van der Vaart and Dirk Pieter van Donk for the paper
'Buyer-focused operation as a supply chain strategy: Identifying the influence of business characteristics.' (IJOPM vol. 26, no.1, 2006) - {accepted by both authors}

• Highly Commended Award for Benchmarking: An International Journal
to Mario Binder, Ben Clegg and Wolfgang Egel-Hess for the paper
'Achieving internal process benchmarking: guidance from BASF.' (BIJ vol. 13, no. 6, 2006) - {accepted by Ben Clegg}

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The conference was preceded by the
6th EurOMA Doctoral Seminar
15-16 June 2007

EurOMA 2007 Doctoral Seminar participants (photo)
EurOMA 2007 Doctoral Seminar participants


13th International Annual EurOMA Conference
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK
 18-21 June 2006

"Moving up the Value Chain" 

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The conference was preceded by the
5th EurOMA Doctoral Seminar
16-17 June 2006