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									Special Invited Sessions - Master Schedule

         Time                                            Theme                                            Chair(s)          Venue
                                                                                                         Stephen Ng
  14:30-16:00, July 29             Supply Chain Quality Management and Product Recall                                      3306/3307

                                                                                                          Jin Chen
  14:30-16:00, July 29   Enterprise Transformation and Upgrading through Innovation and Technology                         3308/3309
                                                                                                         Lihua Chen
                                                                                                       Xueyuan Liu
  14:30-16:00, July 29                 China’s Automobile Supply Chain Management                                          3301/3302
                                                                                                      Martin Lockström

                                                           16:00-16:30 Coffee Break
                                                                                                         Xiande Zhao
   16:30-18:00, July29             Relationship Management & Supply Chain Integration                                      3306/3307
                                                                                                       Barbara B. Flynn
                                                                                                     Thomas E. Callarman
   16:30-18:00, July29               Logistics and Supply Chain Infrastructure in China                                    3308/3309
                                                                                                       Linda G. Sprague
                                                                                                          Aihu Wang
   16:30-18:00, July29                        Logistics Management in China                                                3301/3302
                                                                                                          Fujun Lai
Special Invited Session 1: Supply Chain Quality Management and Product

Recalls
Room: 3306/3307                                            Time: 14:30----16:00, July29
Chair(s):
Prof. Stephen Ng, Center for Supply Chain Management & Logistics, Li & Fung Institute of Supply Chain
Management & Logistics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

      Product harm crises and subsequent product recalls are among a firm’s worst nightmares, because
product recalls can be very costly. These events can not only result in huge losses to a country’s economy,
but can also cause injuries that require high levels of medical treatment and have resulted in permanent
disabilities and death. Considering its impact on operations, a product harm crisis not only has generated
huge losses to manufacturers and overseas brand owners, but also has triggered a detrimental domino effect
throughout the entire supply chain. Though handling product harm crises through proper product recall
strategies is pervasive, it is a short term corrective remedy and is not suitable for firms to sustain their
long-term competitive edge in the marketplace. Organizations should turn their eyes to purse long-term
preventive solution. It is in such a context that this special session is organized. We will have industry
speakers to share with us about the recent development of the management principles and practices adopted
by the industries to handle the emergent supply chain quality issues. Together with the speakers from
academia, a panel section will be organized afterwards to interact with the session attendees.


Invited speakers                                       University/organization
                                                       Chairman of IBM Global PCB Council, and
Daniel Chan
                                                       President of ISM-PRD
                                                       Vice Chairman of Institute of Purchase and Supply
David Lee
                                                       Hong Kong
                                                       Director, IU Centre for International Business
Prof. Barbara B. Flynn                                 Education and Research, Kelly School of Business,
                                                       Indiana University, IUPUI
Wilson Tsui
                                                       Audit Unit Head of DNV (HK)
Special Invited Session 2: Enterprise Transformation and Upgrading through

Innovation and Technology
Room: 3308/3309                                                Time: 14:30----16:00, July 29
Chair(s):
Prof. Jin Chen, Zhejiang University
Prof. Lihua Chen, Peking University

     After the rapid economic developments in the last 30 years, Chinese manufacturers have established
strong production capacities. However, most of them are still operating in the low end of the value chain
and are mainly competing through low cost advantages enabled by low cost of labor, land and other factor
inputs.. In recent years, the Chinese government has promoted the upgrading and transformation of
Chinese enterprises from low value added contract manufacturer to high value added original design
manufacturer (ODM) and original brand manufacturer (OBM). How to transform these enterprises through
learning from supply chain partners and enhancing their innovative capabilities have become pressing
issues for academic researchers, industry practitioners and government officers. In this session, we have
invited scholars from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Zhejiang University and South China University
of Technology to discuss these issues and share their research findings. The main issues to be discussed
include: technological, organizational and managerial innovations, cooperation of industry-university-
research institute and government policies for promoting innovations.



Invited speakers                                     University/organization
Prof. Jin Chen                                       Zhejiang University
Mr. Wei Liu                                          Guangdong Science and Technology Department
Prof. Xia Fan                                        South China University of Technology
Mr. Zhiqiang Wang                                    The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Special Invited Session 3: China’s Automobile Supply Chain Management
Room: 3301/3302                                                Time: 14:30----16:00, July 29
Chair(s):
Prof. Xueyuan Liu, Institute of Quality Development Strategy, Wuhan University
Prof. Martin Lockström, BMW-SMI Centre for Purchasing and Supply Management, China Europe
International Business School

      In the wake of the global financial crisis, China has now emerged as the largest automotive market in
the world. Surviving and thriving in this market is a daunting challenge: logistical barriers, cultural barriers,
idiosyncratic consumer preferences, and ever-changing regulations all add to the complexity. In the light of
this, effective and efficient operations management is key to generate competitive advantage. Due to the
importance of the Chinese automotive industry and the intricacy of its value chains, this special session is
designed to discuss the special challenges and issues for managing automobile supply chains in China.
China Europe International Business School and Wuhan University are jointly organizing this session.
They will invite researchers, business executives and government policy makers to join an interactive panel
discussion to share research findings and industry best practices.



Invited speakers                                         University/organization
Klaus-Peter Wolf                                         Director, Freudenberg IT
Jack Huang                                               VP Operations, Magna International
Prof. Xueyuan Liu                                        Wuhan University
Dr. Martin Lockström                                     China Europe International Business School
Special Invited Session 4: Relationship Management & Supply Chain

Integration
Room: 3306/3307                                                Time: 16:30----18:00, July 29
Chair(s):
Prof. Xiande Zhao, Professor and Director, Center for Supply Chain Management & Logistics, The Chinese
University of Hong Kong
Prof. Barbara B. Flynn, Director, IU Centre for International Business Education and Research, Kelly
School of Business, Indiana University

     In this special session, the presenters will report the findings of a large scale survey on the effects of
power and relationship commitment on supply chain integration and firm performance in China. They will
present several papers that have been written using the data collected from this project. Managerial
Guidelines will be provided for companies to enhance their global competitiveness through relationship
management and supply chain integration. They will describe the progress and preliminary findings from a
cross-cultural investigation of relationship management and supply chain integration.



Invited speakers                                        University/organization
Prof. Kenneth Boyer                                     Ohio State University
Prof. Barbara Flynn                                     Indiana University
Prof. Xiande Zhao                                       The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Prof. Baofeng Huo                                       Xi’an Jiaotong University
Special Invited Session 5: Logistics and Supply Chain Infrastructure in China
Room: 3308/3309                                                Time: 16:30----18:00, July 29
Chair(s):
Prof. Thomas E. Callarman, Professor of Operations Management, China Europe International Business
School
Prof. Linda G. Sprague, China Europe International Business School

     While China’s industrial output continues to grow and develop in spite of world-wide industrial
slowdowns, the status of the country’s supply chain infrastructure becomes an increasingly serious issue. In
response, Chinese governmental programs are already well underway to offer relief – at least in the long
run. Many initiatives are complements to projects already underway; others are newer programs intended to
anticipate and encourage increased improvement in domestic goods movements. It is worth noting that – to
date - efforts have been focused first on hardware – highways, roads, rail, ports, power, vehicle
production…
     At the same time, social, economic and political programs are well underway with new initiatives
appearing regularly. Developments along these lines are intended to improve the country’s transportation
and supply chain situation with a view towards supporting increased movement of people from primary to
second and third sector employment, with particular interest on improving conditions within the primary
sector. The ministry-level organizations which oversaw and staffed the staff of the Central Planning
organizations have been closed, the quality of education is being examined, and substantial changes in the
structure of the government are being studied…
     This presentation will describe the current state of hardware projects and also examine the current (and
more recent) focus on software projects from land reform and removal of all taxes from the peasants to the
early days of China’s first legal system to the demise of the hukou scheme. The country’s future will affect
and be affected by its evolving logistics and supply chain infrastructure.



Invited speakers                                       University/organization
Prof. Thomas E. Callarman                              China Europe International Business School
Prof. Linda G. Sprague                                 China Europe International Business School
Prof. Lawrence Leung                                   The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Prof. Waiman Cheung                                    The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Special Invited Session 6: Logistics Management in China
Room: 3301/3302                                                 Time: 16:30----18:00, July 29
Chair(s):
Prof. Aihu Wang, South China University of Technology
Prof. Fujun Lai, College of Business, University of Southern Mississippi

      China’s logistics industry is experiencing rapid development and plays an increasingly important role
in China’s global economic development. However, many challenges exist in examining logistics in
China, where the marketplace has not been traditionally capitalistic. These challenges include
underdeveloped market mechanism, institutional constraints (e.g., industrial protectionism, regional
protectionism, and monopolistic regulations), cultural differences, and legislation and law enforcement.
This special session is designed to provide some insights for overcoming these challenges. In this special
session, Prof. Chen, Gongyu (Sun Yat-Sen University) will present organizational behavior changes of
Chinese firms in the context of global supply chains. Ms. Wang, Xiaoyu (South China University of
Technology) will discuss the impacts of strategic orientations on business performance of China’s
third-party logistics (3PL) users. Ms. Luo, Li will report their findings regarding the impact of trust and
relationship commitment on 3PL integration and business performance in the context of Mainland China,
Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Mr. Chu, Zhaofang (University of International Business and Economics) will
empirically describe the intervening relationships between logistics outsourcing, integration, outsourcing
relationship quality and performance of China’s 3PL users. Following these presentations, the panelists will
discuss their views on current development, hurdles, and changes of China’s logistics.



Invited speakers:                                      University/organization
                                                       Lingnan      (University)   College,   Sun   Yat-Sen
Prof. Chen, Gongyu
                                                       University
Ms. Li Luo                                             South China University of Technology
Mr. Zhaofang Chu                                       University of International Business and Economics
Ms. Xiaoyu Wang                                        South China University of Technology
                                                         APDSI & ICOSCM 2010


                                 Parallel Sessions - Master Schedule


                       08:30-10:00, July 30                                                        10:15-11:45, July 30
Venue
        Session Code             Theme                   Chair                      Session Code             Theme                  Chair

                                                       Nagesh N.                                   Sustainable supply chain
3301      GZF1A        Procurement management                                         GZF2A                                         Yina Li
                                                        Murthy                                     management
                       Enterprise transformation +                                                 Innovation & new product
          GZF1B                                                                       GZF2B
3302                   Supply chain learning &        Xueyuan Liu                                  development + Innovation &    Mingang Zeng
                                                                      10:00-10:15
                       innovation                                                                  technology in logistics
                                                                        Coffee
                       Relationship management                                                     Relationship management &
3306      GZF1C                                       Baofeng Huo        Break        GZF2C                                       Suhong Li
                       & supply chain integration I                                                supply chain integration II
                       Operations strategy &            Haritha                                    Operations strategy &
3307      GZF1D                                                                       GZF2D                                       Chwen Sheu
                       practices I                      Saranga                                    practices II
                       Service innovation &              Erkan                                     International operations
3308      GZF1E                                                                       GZF2E                                      Kasra Ferdows
                       management                      Bayraktar                                   management
                       Supply chain quality
          GZF1F                                                                       GZF2F        Supply chain risk
3309                   management & product           Tyrone Carlin                                                              Mohan Sodhi
                                                                                                   management
                       recalls




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                                               Parallel Session GZF1A: Procurement management

Chair (s): Nagesh N. Murthy                                                                                             Time: 08:30-10:00, July 30, Friday
Venue: 3301
Title                                                                                           Author(s)               University/organization
                                                                                                Ekrem Tatoglu, Erkan
Measuring the 'Customer Satisfaction Efficiency of Mobile Phone Manufacturers in an
                                                                                                Bayraktar,       Ali    Bahcesehir University
'Emerging Market: A Super-Efficiency DEA Approach
                                                                                                Turkyilmaz
                                                                                                Zhen Li, Ching-Chung
A Mathematical Programming Approach to Optimal Design of Dutch Auctions                                                 University of North Texas
                                                                                                Kuo
Low-cost country sourcing project performance: conceptual model and empirical analysis                                  Indian   Institute     of   Management
                                                                                                Roger Moser
                                                                                                                        Bangalore
Characterizing Performance-Based Demand Allocation Policies to Stimulate Supplier
                                                                                                Nagesh N. Murthy        University of Oregon
Capacities in a Time-Based Competitive Environment


                       Parallel Session GZF1B: Enterprise transformation + Supply chain learning & innovation

Chair (s): Xueyuan Liu                                                                                                  Time: 08:30-10:00, July 30, Friday
Venue: 3302
Title                                                                                           Author(s)               University/organization
Development of a Maturity Index for Open Source (OS) Content Management System (CMS):                                   University of Massachusetts at
                                                                                                Zhengzhong Shi
A Case Study of the DRUPAL platform- the Award Winning OS CMS                                                           Dartmouth
The Factors and Strategies of Cluster’s Enterprises Upgrading: from the Perspective of Global   Yong Dai, GuiLong
                                                                                                                        South China University of Technology
Value Chain                                                                                     Zhu, Yue He
The stock market reaction to the disclosure of R&D expenditure in Chinese companies             Hao Lei, Xueyuan Liu,
                                                                                                                        Wuhan University
                                                                                                Hua Feng
                                                                                                                        Capital University of Economics &
An Exploratory Research on Adoption of Mobile Commerce Technology in the Supply Chain           Weizhu Chen
                                                                                                                        Business
Decision-making Research about Cash Discounts Offered by Vendors
                                                                                                Xijuan Shao, Hui Meng
                                                                                                                        South China University of Technology


                                                                                 9
                             Parallel Session GZF1C: Relationship management & supply chain integration I

Chair (s): Baofeng Huo                                                                                                Time: 08:30-10:00, July 30, Friday
Venue: 3306
Title                                                                                         Author(s)               University/organization
                                                                                              Mei Cao                 University of Wisconsin – Superior,
Supply Chain Collaboration: Antecedents and Consequences
                                                                                              Qingyu Zhang            Arkansas State University
                                                                                                                      China Europe International Business
Antecedents to Supplier Integration in China: A Quantitative Study                            Martin Lockstrom
                                                                                                                      School
                                                                                              John K. Visich
Customer Performance in the Supply Chain                                                                              Bryant University
Integrated supply chain management and organizational capability                              Nguyen Hung Manh
                                                                                                                      RMIT University
                                                                                              Baofeng Huo, Xiande     Xi'an Jiaotong University
The impact of relationship commitment on supply chain integration and company performance
                                                                                              Zhao                    Chinese University of Hong Kong


                                            Parallel Session GZF1D: Operations strategy & practices I
Chair (s): Haritha Saranga                                                                                            Time: 08:30-10:00, July 30, Friday
Venue: 3307
Title                                                                                         Author(s)               University/organization
                                                                                                                      Indian   Institute  of     Management
Inventory Trends and their Determinants in the Indian auto industry                           Haritha Saranga
                                                                                                                      Bangalore
                                                                                              Pinto Peter, Yunsook
Performance Trade-offs in Mixed-model S-line and U-Line Balance Designs                       Hong, John K. Visich,
                                                                                              Basheer Khumawala       Bowling Green State University
                                                                                              Rong Zhou, Mark Goh,
Dynamic and stochastic job shop scheduling problems using ant colony optimization algorithm   Gang Chen, Ming Luo,    National University of Singapore
                                                                                              Robert De Souza
Kaizen and Operational Performance in Japanese Manufacturing Companies: Longitudinal          Phan Chi Anh, Yoshiki
                                                                                                                      Yokohama National University
Study                                                                                         Matsui
International Operations Strategy of Public Sector Organizations
                                                                                              Stuart Orr
                                                                                                                      Deakin University

                                                                              10
                                           Parallel Session GZF1E: Service innovation & management

Chair (s): Erkan Bayraktar                                                                                                Time: 08:30-10:00, July 30, Friday
Venue: 3308
Title                                                                                           Author(s)                 University/organization
                                                                                                Erkan Bayraktar, Tunç
Impact of Information Distortion in Service Supply Chains                                                                 Bahcesehir University
                                                                                                Bozbura, Ayse Nur Koc
Learning and Relearning Effects with Innovative Service Designs: An Empirical Analysis of                                 Mays Business School at Texas A&M
                                                                                                Gregory Heim
Top Golf Courses                                                                                                          University
The design of multi-channel 'service delivery systems: An empirical investigation of relevant   Rui Sousa, Marlene        Catholic University of Portugal
'operational factors                                                                            Amorim                    IESE Business School
                                                                                                Erkan Bayraktar, Ekrem
Measuring the Efficiency of Quality Management Practices in Turkish Universities                                          Bahcesehir University
                                                                                                Tatoglu


                               Parallel Session GZF1F: Supply chain quality management & product recalls

Chair (s): Tyrone Carlin                                                                                                  Time: 08:30-10:00, July 30, Friday
Venue: 3309
Title                                                                                           Author(s)                 University/organization
An empirical investigation of compliance and disclosure quality under FRS 36 for Singaporean    Tyrone M Carlin, Nigel
                                                                                                                          The University of Sydney
listed firms                                                                                    Finch, Khairil Khairi
                                                                                                                          Takming University of Science and
Implementing economic incentive schemes for a global supply chain quality optimization          Shih-Jieh Hung
                                                                                                                          Technology
                                                                                                Xuejun Xu, Wujin
Relationships among TQM, TPM, JIT and performance                                                                         South China University of Technology
                                                                                                Zhou, Jing Zha, Zhi Liu
An exploratory analysis of a decade of supply chain disruptions
                                                                                                Brian Squire, Yang Chu    The University of Manchester




                                                                                11
                                        Parallel Session GZF2A: Sustainable supply chain management

Chair (s): Yina Li                                                                                                      Time: 10:15-11:45, July 30, Friday
Venue: 3301
Title                                                                                          Author(s)                University/organization
Green supply chain management and countermeasures implementation of Household                  Jing Zhang, Jingchen
Appliances Company                                                                             Gao, Bin Li              Beijing Jiaotong University
Material Flow & IPAT Analysis and Regional Sustainable Development: A Case Study in            Liang Tian, Pinggang
                                                                                                                        Hainan University
Hainan Province                                                                                Ding, Hong Wang
                                                                                               De-zhi Zhang,
Research on an Optimization Model for Coordination Transportation Based on Low-Carbon
                                                                                               Shuangyan Li             Central South University
                                                                                               Xinyu Peng, Kunming
Competitive Resource allocation based on Priority
                                                                                               Li                       South China University of Technology
Institutional pressure, environmental innovation and performance: Evidence from China          Yina Li, Xiande Zhao     South China University of Technology



             Parallel Session GZF2B: Innovation & new product development + Innovation & technology in logistics

Chair (s): Mingang Zeng                                                                                                 Time: 10:15-11:45, July 30, Friday
Venue: 3302
Title                                                                                          Author(s)                University/organization
The Impact of New Technological Practices on Centralization                                    Edward Fang, Qizhi
                                                                                               Wu, Yueyang Zhang        Wuhan University
                                                                                               Lin Wang, Dong-qin
Performance Evaluation of Logistics Based on FNN
                                                                                               Zeng                     Wuhan University of Technology
                                                                                               Mingang Zeng, Gaohui
The research on the auto parts' inbound logistics based on the underground logistics mode”                              South China University of Technology
                                                                                               Yu, Yongqi Li
                                                                                               Yong Dai, Guilong Zhu,
A research on social capital, absorptive capacity and technological innovation performance                              South China University of Technology
                                                                                               Dingding Xiao
Analysis about introducing competition mechanism into Industry-University-Research institute   Wei Liu, Junyan Hu,
                                                                                                                        South China University of Technology
alliance model                                                                                 Zaoying Zhu

                                                                                 12
                             Parallel Session GZF2C: Relationship management & supply chain integration II

Chair (s): Suhong Li                                                                                                   Time: 10:15-11:45, July 30, Friday
Venue: 3306
Title                                                                                         Author(s)                University/organization
                                                                                              Suhong Li, John K.
Accessing Antecedents of Supply Chain Flexibility and Supply Chain Integration                                         Bryant University
                                                                                              Visich
                                                                                              Suhong Li, Fang Chen
The Impact of Information Technology and Partner Relationship on Supply Chain Performance                              Bryant University
Impact of Resource Dependence, Trust and Relationship Commitment among Supply Chain
                                                                                              Fei Ye, Jie Zhang        South China University of Technology
partners on Information System Alignment
                                                                                              Zhiqiang        Wang,
A resource-based view on enablers of supplier integration: Evidence from China                Baofeng Huo, Yinan Qi,
                                                                                              Xiande Zhao              The Chinese University of Hong Kong


                                           Parallel Session GZF2D: Operations strategy & practices II

Chair (s): Chwen Sheu                                                                                                  Time: 10:15-11:45, July 30, Friday
Venue: 3307
Title                                                                                         Author(s)                University/organization
                                                                                              Chenlung Yang,           Chung Hua University
What Makes Outsourcing Effective - A Transaction Cost Economics Analysis
                                                                                              Chwen Sheu               Kanas State University
                                                                                              Moira Scerri,
Yield Management: Applicability to Educational Services                                                                University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
                                                                                              Renu Agarwal
                                                                                              Rajeev Sawhney
A Value Chain Approach to Studying Antecedents of Delivery Flexibility                                                 Western Illinois University
                                                                                              Tao Li, Fei Xu
Accounts receivable management in power supply enterprises based on customer segmentation
                                                                                                                       North China Electric Power University
The Study of Symbiosis Question of Clusters Enterprise Value chain in the “Post crisis era”
                                                                                              Huabai Bu, Yang Gao      Central South University




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                                        Parallel Session GZF2E: International operations management

Chair (s): Kasra Ferdows                                                                                               Time: 10:15-11:45, July 30, Friday
Venue: 3308
Title                                                                                        Author(s)                 University/organization
                                                                                             Carmencita Cheung,
                                                                                             DongYoung Lee, Nate
                                                                                                                       City University of Hong Kong
Comparing the manufacturing strategies of Japanese, Korean and Chinese firms producing       Staheli, Wolf
integral type and modular type products: an exploratory study                                Reitsperger
                                                                                             Kasra Ferdows
Linking the Production Network to Competitive Strategy                                                                 Georgetown Univ.
A Comparative perspective on Dry ports in India, China and Western Europe                    Girish Gujar, Hong
                                                                                                                       The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
                                                                                             Yan
The Empirical Study of Location-related Factors on Sourcing Strategy of Multinationals in    Junyan Hu, Xia Fan,
                                                                                                                       South China University of Technology
China                                                                                        Yong Dai
Study on the Operation Mode of Customers Relationship Management Based on Supply Chain       Wenqin Jiang,             Shandong Institute of Business and
Integration                                                                                  Songqing Li               Technology

                                            Parallel Session GZF2F: Supply chain risk management

Chair (s): Mohan Sodhi                                                                                                 Time: 10:15-11:45, July 30, Friday
Venue: 3309
Title                                                                                        Author(s)                 University/organization
Impact of Strategic Sourcing, E-Business Technologies and Integration on Supply Chain Risk   Minkyun Kim,
Mitigation                                                                                   Nallan C. Suresh          State University of New York
                                                                                             Daniel Kern, Roger
Managing Supply Chain Risks: A Supply-Side Perspective                                       Moser, Evi Hartmann,      European Business School (EBS)
                                                                                             Marco Moder
Investigation of Supply Chain Risk Utilising Cynefin Model
                                                                                             Yang Chu                  The University of Manchester
                                                                                             Mohan.           Sodhi,
Researchers’ Perspectives on Supply Chain Risk Management                                    Byung-Gak          Son,   City University London
                                                                                             Christopher S. Tang

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