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  • 1. December 2009 ANTHONY D. ROSS Business Address: Home Address: Michigan State University 3192 Trisha Circle Department of Supply Chain Management Dewitt, MI 48820 The Eli Broad School of Business East Lansing, MI 48824-1112 (517) 432-6401, rossant@msu.edu EDUCATION INDIANA UNIVERSITY-BLOOMINGTON, Graduate School of Business. Ph.D., 1995. Major 1: Operations Management; Major 2: Decision Sciences INDIANA UNIVERISTY-BLOOMINGTON, Graduate School of Business. MBA, 1991. OUR LADY OF THE LAKE UNIVERSITY. B.A. Computer Science, 1985. RESEARCH INTERESTS Technology in the Supply Chain: RFID Deployment Buyer-Supplier Relationships: Performance Evaluation; Conflict in SC Relationships. Supply Chain Design: Network Design, Decision Support. PUBLICATIONS – Refereed Journals: 26. Buffa, F., and Ross, A., A Model to Measure the Consequences of Using Diverse Supplier Evaluation Teams (forthcoming 2010 Journal of Business Logistics). 25. Ross, A., Jayaraman, V., Rodrigues, A. and Mollenkopf, D. A Simulation Metamodel for Repositioning Reusable Containers in a Closed Loop Supply Chain Environment (forthcoming, International Journal of Mathematics of Operations Research). 24. Ross, A. and Jayaraman, V. Strategic Purchases of Bundled Products and Services in a Closed-Loop Supply Chain Environment, Decision Sciences Journal Vol. 40(2), pp.269-294, 2009. 23. Ross, A., Twede, D., Clark, R. and Ryan, M. A Model for Developing Implementation Strategies of a Radio Frequency Identification System in a Warehouse Environment, Journal of Business Logistics, 30(1), pp. 157-184, 2009. 22. Ross, A. and Buffa, F. Supplier Post Performance Evaluation: The Effects of Buyer Preference Weight Variance, International Journal of Production Research, 47(16), pp. 4351-4373, 2009. 21. Ross, A., Buffa, F., Droge, C. and Carrington, D. Using Buyer-Supplier Performance Frontiers to Form Strategic Groups and Improvement Paths for Managing Relationship 1
  • 2. Performance, Decision Sciences Journal, 40(1), pp. 37-64, 2009. 20. Mueller, T., Parker,H. and Ross, A. Conflict Reduction in Crossfunctional Projects in South African Automotive Firms, Acta Commercil South Africa Journal, 28(12), pp. 231-240, 2008. 19. Jayaraman, V., Agarwal., A. and Ross, A. The Role of Information Technology and Collaboration in Reverse Logistics Supply Chains, International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications, 11(6), pp. 409-425, 2008. 18. Weatherspoon, D. and Ross, A. Designing the Last Mile of the Supply Chain in Africa: Firm Expansion and Managerial Inferences from a Grocer Model of Location Decisions, International Journal of Food and Agribusiness Management, 11(1), pp. 1-18, 2008. 17. Carr, A., Kaynak, H., Hartley, J., and Ross, A. The Role of Buyer’s Power in Managing Relationships with Key Suppliers: The Buyer’s Perspective, International Journal of Operations and Production Management, 28(9), pp. 899-912, 2008. 16. Ross, A. and Jayaraman, V. A New Formulation and Heuristic approach to Crossdock Network Design, Computers and Industrial Engineering, 55(1), pp. 64-79, 2008. 15. Wu, F., Zsidisin, G., and Ross, A. An Examination of Integrative and Transactional e- Procurement Applications: A Transaction Cost Perspective, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 54(3), pp. 576-587, 2007. 14. Ross, A. D., V. Jayaraman & P. Robinson. Optimizing Service Delivery Using Cost-to- Serve Approach. International Journal of Production Research 45(1), pp. 83-101, 2007. 13. Ross, A. D., Buffa, F., Droge, C. and Carrington, D. Supplier Evaluation in a Dyadic Relationship: An Action Research Approach, Journal of Business Logistics, 27(2) pp.75-101, 2006. 12. Ross, A., and Ernstberger, K. Benchmarking the IT Productivity Paradox in the Manufacturing Sector. Mathematical and Computer Modelling,Vol 44, pp 30-42, 2006. 11. Narasimhan, R., Talluri, S., Sarkis, J. and Ross, A. Efficient Service Delivery Network Design in Government Services, Journal of Operations Management, Vol. 23, pp. 163-178, 2005. 10. Ross, A. D. and Droge, C. Analysis of Operational Efficiency in Large-scale Supply Operations. Journal of Operations Management, 21(6), pp. 673-688, 2004. 9. Ross, A. and Miller, S. An Exploratory Analysis of Resource Congestion:A Resource- based View, International Journal Of Operations and Production Management, 23(9), pp. 1062-1083, 2003. 8. Ross, A. D., and V. Jayaraman. Distribution Network Design and Management: A Methodology and Investigation. European Journal of Operational Research, 144(3), pp. 629-645, 2003. 2
  • 3. 7. Ross, A. A Multi-dimensional Empirical Investigation of the Relationship Between IT Investment, Coordination, and Firm Performance. International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management, 32(7), pp. 591-609, 2002. 6. Ross, A. and C. Droge, C. Integrated Benchmarking Approach for Distribution Center Performance, Journal of Operations Management, 20(1), pp. 19-32, 2002. 5. Murthy, I., Ross, A., Olson, D. and Venkataramanan, M. Bi-criterion Distribution Planning for Agricultural Power Fuels. Information Systems and Operational Research, 39(1), pp. 4-16, 2001. 4. Ross, A.D. A Two-phased Approach to the Supply Network Reconfiguration Problem. European Journal of Operational Research, 122(1), pp. 18-30, 2000b. 3. Ross, A. D. Performance-based Strategic Resource Allocation in Supply Networks. Inter- national Journal of Production Economics, 63(3), pp. 255-266, 2000a. 2. Bretthauer, K., Ross, A. and Shetty, B. Nonlinear Integer Programming for Optimal Allocation in Stratified Sampling. European Journal of Operational Research, 116(3), pp. 667-680, 1999. 1. Ross, A.D., Venkataramanan, M., and Ernstberger, K. Reconfiguring the Supply Network Using Current Performance Data, Decision Sciences, 28(3), pp. 707-728, 1998. PUBLICATIONS – Non-Refereed Articles, Monographs and Teaching Cases: 9. Ross, A. D. Global Supply Chain Comes Under Scrutiny, Breakwater Business, 10(2), pp. 26, 2009/ 8. Bowersox, D., Closs, D., Keller S., and Ross, A. Radio Frequency Identification Technology: Case Studies and Simulation Analyses of Three Manufacturers Tangible and Intangible Returns on Investment (2005). 7. Narasimhan, R., Talluri, S. and Ross, A. FOCUS STUDY: Evaluating E-Procurement Solutions (CAPS RESEARCH REPORT 2003, Center for Advanced Purchasing Studies). 6. Robinson, E.P., and A. D. Ross. Coastal Logistics Inc., Establishing 3rd Party Logistics Services, Council of Logistics Management. In Strategic Logistics Management, J. Stock and D. Lambert 4th Ed., pps. 793-830. 5. Robinson, E.P., and A. D. Ross. Coastal Logistics Inc., Establishing 3 rd Party Logistics Services, Council of Logistics Management. 1998. (CLM National Case Study Award Winner, 1998). 4. Ross, A.D. Supply and Logistics Partnering Improve Use of Vessels, 1998. Offshore, 58(8). 3
  • 4. 3. Robinson, E. P. and A. D. Ross, “Design for Manufacturability: A Tinker Toy Exercise”, in use in the MBA and E-MBA program, Mays College of Business, Texas A&M University. (1997- 2006). 2. Robinson, E.P. and A. D. Ross, “ Process Capability Exercise: Toy Story Part Deux”, used by the MBA and E-MBA program, Mays College of Business, Texas A&M University. (1997-2006). 1. Venkataramanan, M.A. and A. D. Ross, 1996. "Southernmaid, Inc.", The J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management- Northwestern University. Invited case for the Master's in Business Administration Program. PUBLICATIONS – Conference Proceedings: 16. Ross, A., and Parker, H. “Exploring Logistics Capability for Eighty-Nine Emerging and Developed Economies”. Proceedings of the 3rd International Life Cycle Management Conference, Capetown, South Africa, 2009. 15. Ross, A. and Buffa, F. “A Model to Measure the Consequences of Using Diverse Supplier Evaluation Teams” (2008 E. Grosvenor Plowman Best Paper Award). Proceedings of the CSCMP Educators’ Conference, Denver Co., 2008. 14. Stading, G., Altay, N., and Ross, A. “Supply Chain Disruption: A Framework for Reconstruction”. Proceedings of the National Meeting of the Decision Science Institute, 2007. 13. Ross, A. and Buffa, F. “A Dyadic Model for Buyer-Seller Relationship Management”, Proceedings of the 8th Intl. Decision Sciences Institute Conference, Barcelona, 2005. 12. Ross, A. and Jayaraman, V. “An Evaluation of New Heuristics for the Location of Cross- docks and Distribution Centers in Supply Chain Network Design”, Proceedings of the 2004 National Meeting of the Decision Science Institute, Boston, MA. 11. Kull, T., and Ross, A. 2004, “A Comparison of MRP and ROP Inventory Control Logic Across Levels of Inventory Record Inaccuracy”, Proceedings of the 2004 National Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute, Boston, MA. 10. Ross, A. 2004, “Managing E-procurement Adoption as a Strategic Option,” Proceedings of the 15th Annual Institute for Supply Management Conference, Tempe, AZ. 9. Ross, A. 2003, “An Exploratory Analysis of Resource Congestion: A Resource-based View,” 2003 National Meeting of the Production & Operations Management Society, Savannaugh, GA. 8. Ross, A. 2002, “Looking for Operations Efficiency in the Supply Chain,” Proceedings of the 2002 National Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute, San Diego, CA. 7. Ross, A. 2001, “The Relationship Between Firm Performance, Coordination Productivity, 4
  • 5. and IT Competence Among Leading US Manufacturers,” Proceedings of the 2001 National Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute, San Francisco, CA. 6. Ross, A., Venkataramanan, M., and Ernstberger, K. 1997, “Multi-Commodity, Multi- Echelon Distribution Planning: A DSS Approach with Application” Proceedings of the 1997 National Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute, San Diego, CA. 5. Ross, A. and Venkataramanan, M. 1996, “Simulated Annealing Approaches to Distribution Network Design and Management” Proceedings of the 1996 National Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute. Orlando FL. 4. Ross, A. 1995, “A Methodology for Improving Distribution at CountryMark COOP” Proceedings of the Third International Conference of the Decision Science Institute, Puebla, Mexico. 3. Ross, A. 1994, “Performance Evaluation of a TSP-based Heuristic for the Changeover Scheduling Problem,” Proceedings of the 1994 National Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute. Honolulu, Hawaii. 2. Ross, A. Blocher, J. and Venkataramanan, M.A., 1994, “A Network Formulation and Heuristic for the Changeover Scheduling Problem with Sequence Dependency,” Proceedings of the 1994 ORSA/TIMS Technical Manufacturing Conference. Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA. 1. Ross, A., Venkataramanan, M.A., and Murthy, I., 1993, “A Decision Support System for the Solid Waste Vehicle Routing Problem,” Proceedings of the National Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute. Washington, DC. WORK UNDER REVIEW 9. Ross, A. Page, T., Buffa, F. and Prahinski, C. “Measuring the Moderating Effects of Structural Differences in the Buyer-Supplier Relationship” (under review). 8. Ross, A., Miller, S., and Carpenter, M., A., “When Methods and Theory Collide: Toward a Better Understanding of Improving Logistics Operations Performance” (under review). 7. Ross, A. Parker, H., “Using DEA to Analyze Transport Infrastructure of Developing Countries” (under review). 6. Manimaran, P., Ross, A., and Selladurai, V. “A Variable Population Size Genetic Algorithm for the Fixed Charge Supply Chain Logistics Problem” (under review). 5. Baek, S., Ross, A., and Seiford L. “Evaluation and Redesign of a Supply Chain Network” (under review). 4. Parker, H. and Ross, A. “A Multinational Study of Factors Influencing Inter-functional 5
  • 6. Conflict: The Case of the Automotive Industry in Emerging Markets” (under review). 3. Nemoto, T., Yoshimoto, R., and Ross A., “Impacts of Information and Communication Technology in Urban Logistics Environments: Issues and Propositions for Research in Developed and Developing Markets” (under review). 2. Ross, A. Droge, C., and Parker, H., “Cluster Analysis of Developing Countries’ Transport Efficiency with Contextual Variables: The Search for Strategic Groups” (under review). 1. Ross, A., “Analyzing Sustainable Logistics Capability in Emerging Markets” (under review). WORK PREPARING FOR SUBMISSION 6. Ross, A., Jayaraman, V., and Agarwal, A., “Beyond Pallets and Boxes: Improving Supply Chain Visibility Using a Simulation of RFID Deployment Strategies” (revising). 5. Agarwal. A., Jayaraman, V. and Ross, A., “Supplier Scheduling with Multiple Deliveries For Penalty Minimization in Collaborative Supply Chains” (revising). 4. Baek, S., Ross, A. and Seiford, L., “Differentiation and Conformance: A Neo-institutional Examination of Logistics Performance Benchmarking” (in-process). 3. Chen, C. Gee, H., Ross, A. and Du, T., “An Effective RFID Adoption Strategy based on a Holistic Analysis of RFID Implementations” (in-process). 2. Ross, A. and Myburgh, C., “The Impact of Pricing Strategies on the Export Performance in Emerging Market Enterprises” (in-process). 1. Ross, A., Twede, D. and Nedziwiecki, J. “Sustainability Modernization Theory for Packaging in Military Supply Chains” (in-process). WORK IN PROGRESS – Current Projects: “A Decision Environment for Modeling Supply Chain Disruptions” “RFID Technology Readiness, Adoption and Deployment in the Supply Chain” “Valuing the Flexibility to Deploy RFID in the Distribution Center” “Solutions to the Constrained Sea Cargo Mix Problem” “Analysis of Shipping Port Capabilities in Asian Countries” 6
  • 7. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS, INVITED PRESENTATIONS, AND SYMPOSIA: 32. cited by Parker, H. “The Thin Edge of the Wedge”, October 2009. http://roadaheadonline.co.za/index.php/magazine/logistics/115-the-thin-end-of-the-wedge 31. Ross, A., and Parker, H. “Exploring Logistics Capability for Eighty-Nine Emerging and Developed Economies”. 3rd International Life Cycle Management Conference, Capetown, South Africa, 2009. 30. Parker, H. and Ross, A. “Factors Influencing Cross-functional Conflict: A Multi- National Study”, 2009 Annual Meeting of the Production & Operations Management Society, Orlando 29. Ross, A. and Buffa, F. “A Model to Measure the Consequences of Using Diverse Supplier Evaluation Teams” (2008 E. Grosvenor Plowman Best Paper Award) Supply Chain Management Educators’ Conference at the Global CSCMP Meetings, Denver CO. 28. “Crunch Time: Wall Street’s Crises Threaten Carriers, Shippers as Sources of Credit become Casualties of Financial Failures” Quoted by Supply Chain Digest September 29, 2008 http://www.shippingdigest.com/news/article.asp?sid=5486&ltype=intermodal . 27. Agarwal. A., V. Jayaraman, and A. Ross, “Scheduling with Multiple Deliveries For Penalty Minimization in Collaborative Supply Chains” 2008 Annual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute, Baltimore MD. 26. Ross, A., V. Jayaraman, and A. Agurwal, “Beyond Pallets and Boxes,” 2008 POMS National Meeting, Boston MA. May 2008. 25. Ross, A, “Trends in 21st Century Supply Chains,” invited speaker CSCMP Osaka Japan Roundtable Dinner Meeting, Tokyo May 2008. 24. Ross, A, “Trends in 21st Century Supply Chains,” invited speaker CSCMP Tokyo Japan Roundtable Dinner Meeting, Tokyo May 2008. 23. Ross, A. “The Old World, New World and the Other World: Global Logistics Trends,” invited presentation to American Chamber of Commerce-Japan, May 2008. 22. Ross, A., V. Jayaraman, and A. Agurwal, “Exploring the Impact of RFID Deployment Strategies in Distribution Center Operations,” Intl. Conference on Information Systems and Technology Management, Dubai UAE, March 2008. 21. Weatherspoon, D. and A. Ross, “Designing the Last Mile of the Supply Chain in Africa: Firm Expansion and Managerial Inferences from a Grocer Model of Location Decisions,” 2007 Conference on Environmental Sustainability, Portland, Oregon. 20. Ross, A. and H Parker, “A Contigency Approach to Emerging Markets Performance Potential,” 2007 Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute, Phoenix AZ. 7
  • 8. 19. Ross, A.D. “Technology Adoption as a Supply Chain Enabler,” 2007 CSCMP –Taiwain Conference. Invited Presentation. 18. Aslam, D.M. and A. Ross, “Microsystems, RFID Technology and Supply Chain Management; Research and Education”, 6th International Conference on RFID, Pakistan, March 2007. 17. Ross, A. D. and V. Jayaraman “Metaheuristic Heuristic Approaches to Selection of Bundled Products in a Closed Loop Supply Chain” Workshop at Center for Supply Chain Management, School of Mechanical and Production Engineering - Nanyang Technological University, Feb. 2005. 16. Ross, A. D. and V. Jayaraman, “An Evaluation of New Heuristics for the Location of Cross-docks and Distribution Centers in Supply Chain Network Design”, National Meeting of the Decision Science Institute, 2004. 15. Kull, T., and A. D. Ross, “A Comparison of MRP and ROP Inventory Control Logic Across Levels of Inventory Record Inaccuracy”, National Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute, 2004. 14. Ross, A.D., K. Tone, and D. Carrington, 2004, “Texturing and Jointing the Buyer-Seller Relationship,” presented at the North American Productivy Workshop, University of Toronto, Canada, June, 2004. 13. Ross, A. D. “ Overcoming the Mindset of Waste: Using Six Sigma Concepts”, presented at the 1st Annual Mid-West Regional Supply Chain Management Conference, Grand Rapids MI, April 2004. 12. Ross, A. D. “A Methodology for Evaluating Alternative E-Procurement Solutions”, presented at the Bowling Green State University Supply Chain Management Institute Symposium, Bowling Green OH, February, 2004. 11. Ross, A. D. “Adding Value through Dyadic Supplier Selection,” presented before the Supply Chain Management Executive Board, Qwest Communications, Denver, CO, Summer 2003. 10. Ross, A.D. and V. Jayaramanan. “Distribution Network Design and Management: A Methodology and Investigation,” presented at the 2000 INFORMS National Meeting, San Antonio, TX. 9. Ross, A.D. “Progress Towards Tenure: An Assistant Professor View” presented at the 1998 National Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute. Las Vegas, NV. 8. Ross, A. D. “A Framework for Measuring Programmatic and Managerial Efficiency in the Logistics Process,” presented at the 1998 INFORMS National Meeting. Seattle, WA. 8
  • 9. 7. Ross, A. D.,M. Venkataramanan, and K. Ernstberger. “Multi-Commodity, Multi-Echelon Distribution Planning: A DSS Approach with Application,” presented at the 1997 National Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute. San Diego, CA. 6. Ross, A.D. “Career Management after the Ph.D.: An Assistant Professor Perspective” presented at the 1997 National Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute. San Diego, CA. 5. Ross, A. D. and M. Venkataramanan. “Simulated Annealing Approaches to Distribution Network Design and Management,” presented at the 1996 National Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute. Orlando FL. 4. Ross, A. D. and M. A. Venkataramanan. “Distribution Planning and Analysis: A DSS Approach with Application,” presented at the Decision Sciences Institute Symposium on Supply Chain Linkages. Bloomington, Indiana (1996). 3. Ross, A. D. “A Methodology for Improving Distribution at CountryMark COOP,” presented at the Third International Conference of the Decision Science Institute (1995). Puebla, Mexico. 2. Ross, A.D. “Performance Evaluation of a TSP-based Heuristic for the Changeover Scheduling Problem,” presented at the 1994 National Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute. Honolulu, Hawaii. 1. Ross, A. D., Blocher, J.D. and Venkataramanan, M.A. “A Network Formulation and Heuristic for the Changeover Scheduling Problem with Sequence Dependency,” presented at the 1994 ORSA/TIMS Technical Manufacturing Conference. Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA. TEACHING EXPERIENCE Appointments Associate Professor, Michigan State University June 2000 – present* (*granted tenure July 2002) Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University June 1995 – May 2000 Associate Instructor, Indiana University August 1991 – June 1995 AT&T All University Instructional Innovation Award- Honorable Mention, 2008 PhD: Chair of Logistics Ph.D. Program 2007-2009 Seminar in Inventory Management, 2004 Member of four dissertation committees Also member of numerous M.S Thesis committees Executive Education: Seminar Logistics System Design (1999); Six-Sigma Design (1999); RFID Technology Deployment (2005, MSU); Purchasing and Sourcing Management (Turkey, 2004-05); Global SCM (South Africa, 2009,2010); Supply Chain Management Seminar (2-days, Mauritius, 2010) 9
  • 10. Weekend MBA: International Strategies 2008-present Advanced Supply Chain Management 2009-present Fulltime MBA: Elective course Global Supply Chain Management, 2007-present (non- MSU) Operations Management, 1st year integrative Core, 1996-2000 (non-MSU) Decision Support Modeling, 2009-present MS Logistics and : Applied Decision Analysis, 2002 – 2005 Supply Chain Mgt. Procurement and Manufacturing Mgt,. 2002-2004 Global Logistics (2006 – present) MS Operations & Introduction to Supply Chain Management, 2006-present Engineering. Mgt. Decision Support Models, 2008 Undergraduate: Upper level: Operations Management; Purchasing Management (2001 -2008); Transportation Management (2006); Global Logistics (2006 – 2008); Project Management (2009) Study Abroad: Developed and delivered undergraduate Japan study abroad program including both a core course in supply chain management, 2006-present. Co-Developed and delivered Faculty Development in International Business Program (FDIB) to Botswana and South Africa, 2005, 2006. Teaching/Curriculum Development Texas A&M Supply Chain Process Flow Design Simulation for MBA $10,000 Grant, 1999, 2000 MSU Technology Innovation for MS Programs Course using Camtasia, 2006-2008 MSU Virtual Technology Live Fully-online Integrated Course Development, 2007, 2008 (* Teaching Innovation Award, 2008 for Best Practice use of live online and podcast Technologies delivered in a distributed learning environment to students in the USA, Asia and Africa) MSU MBA Program Office of Academic and Program Services: 1-day pre-summer MBA internship Seminar “Decision-Making Tools for your Summer Internship.” PROFESSIONAL SERVICE – University and College of Business Activities MSU Faculty and Organizational Development: Eli Lilly Seminar “Teaching International Students”, Invited Panelist, 2010 MSU Asian Studies Center, Advisory Council, 2009 - present 10
  • 11. MSU Asian Studies Center, Foreign Language Area Studies Fellowship Committee, 2008-2009 Core Faculty Member, MSU Asian Studies Center, 2008 College Doctoral Program Committee, 2007-2009 Director, Logistics Doctoral Program, 2007-2009 Weekend MBA Curricular Task Force 2008-2009 University Committee for Academic Dismal for Cause, 2003-2009 Department Governance Committee, 2007, 2008 Department Hiring Committee, 2005, 2006 Undergraduate Program Committee, 2005-2007 PROFESSIONAL SERVICE – Scholarly Editing and Review Activities Associate Editor for Journal of Nano-Systems Technology, 2008-present Editorial Review Board for Journal of Operations Management, 2007 – present Editorial Review Board for Decision Sciences Journal, 2007 – present Editorial Review Board for Journal of Supply Chain Management, 2007 – present Ad Hoc Referee/reviewer for journals including Management Science, Decision Sciences, European Journal of Business Logistics, Journal of Operational Research, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, International Journal of Operations and Production Management, Decision Support Systems and others., Education Chairperson, Western Michigan CSCMP Roundtable 2004-2006 Shadow-Day Committee Chairperson, Western Michigan CSCMP Roundtable, 2004 CSCMP Distinguished Service Award Committee 2005 CSCMP Doctoral Dissertation Award Committee 2006 CSCMP Doctoral Dissertation Award Committee Chair, 2007 CSCMP Education Strategies Committee member, 2005 -2009 CSCMP Proceedings Coordinator SCM Educators’ Conference, 2008 Paper reviewer: National DSI Conferences, 1994, 1995 - 2008; International DSI Conferences, 2001, 2003; 2005; Academy of Management Conference, 2005. Reviewer, DSI dissertation award competition, 1999 PROFESSIONAL SERVICE – Leadership in Conferences, Symposia, and Organizations Chairperson, 2010 Decision Sciences Institute Mniconference on Globalization, San Diego CA. Program Chair, 2009 CSCMP Supply Chain Management Educators’ Conference, Chicago IL CSCMP Education Strategies Committee member, 2006 - 2010 Program Committee Member, Portland International Center for Management and Engineering 11
  • 12. Technology, PICMET 2009 Conference, Portland State University DSI Doctoral Student Affairs Committee member, 2008-2011 Proceedings Coordinator, National DSI, 2008 Proceedings Coordinator, CSCMP Educators’ Conference, 2008 Supply Chain Management Track Chair, National DSI Conference 2007 Management Science/ Operations Research Track Chair, 1999 DSI National Conference Session Chair: National DSI Conferences, 1995 - 2000 - 2005; Discussant and Reviewer: National DSI Conference, 1994 - 2000 PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences Decision Sciences Institute Production and Operations Mgmt Society Academy of Management AWARDS, GRANTS, SCHOLARSHIPS, HONORS Teaching John D. and Dortha J. Withrow Endowed Emerging Scholar Nominee, 2008 AT&T All University Instructional Innovation Award- Honorable Mention, 2008 Council of Logistics Management National Teaching Case Development Competition Award, 1998 Research/Scholarship 2008 E. Grosvenor Best Paper Award CSCMP Educators’ Conference 2007-2009 Donald Gordon Visiting Scholar, University of Capetown, South Africa IBM Research Grants: $50,000 in 2004 (with Drs. Bowersox, and Keller) Eli Broad Summer Competitive Research Grant, Michigan State University, 2006, 2008 L. Mays College of Business Competitive Research Grant, Texas A&M University, 1998 Honorary Society Membership: Beta Gamma Sigma Grants 2008, Investigation and Development of Packaging Standardization for Intermodal Transportation and Unit Load Systems in the United States, with Drs. Twede, Singh, and Burgess, APP# 100590-00. $60,000. 12
  • 13. 2008 CIBER Faculty Development in International Business Grant-China. MSU Center for International Business Education and Research. 2007 Dimensions of Change in Buyer-Supplier Relationships: A Multinational Study, MSU CIBER, $3000. 2007 Understanding Risk and Enhancing Efficiency in Global Supply Chain Networks 2007 -2010, $156,000. Co-PI with Tone, K. funded by Japan Society for the Promotion of Sciences. 2007 An Integrative Approach for RFID Adoption, 2006-2009, $146,000. Co-PI with H. Gee, T. Du, C. Chen. National Science Council of Taiwan. 2005, Technology Deployment Options: A Simulation Analysis. $10,000. Broad College Summer Research Grant. 2004, Radio Frequency Identification Technology: A Case Study and Simulation Analysis of Three Manufacturers Tangible and Intangible Returns on Investment,” IBM Integrated Supply Chain Group, $50,000 (Co-PI with Drs. Bowersox and Keller). 2003, Institute for Supply Management, “Real Options: Enhancing Strategic Flexibility and Value Creation in Supply Management Decisions,” $5000. (Senior Research Fellowship) 2002, Center for Advanced Purchasing Studies (CAPS) Research, “Investigating the Impact of Purchasing Technology Investment on Firm Productivity,” $49,000. Co-PI with Drs. Narasimhan, and Talluri. 2000, “Michigan State Univ. Dynamic Simulation Supply Chain Research,” research grant collaborator as part of the MSU Supply Chain Collaboratory, $75,000. (Collaborator with MSU Logistics faculty; Principal investigators were D. Bowersox, and D. Closs). 1999, “Putting Logistics Resource Sharing to Work in the Gulf of Mexico”, Baker Energy Corp. (Energy Logistics Inc.), $10,000 (with Co-PI P. Robinson). 1998, Texas A&M University grant for research in logistics performance, $6500. 1994, Bulkplant Optimization at CountryMark CO-OP, $1000. (with V. Cabot and M. Venkataraman). INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCE: ASK Computer Systems, Inc., Mountain View CA Senior Software Engineer 1987 - 1989 Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., Sunnyvale CA Semiconductor Test Engineer 1984 – 1987 13
  • 14. REFERENCES Available on request. 14