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OSCM Division 2020 Asynchronous Conference Program

  • 1.  OSCM Division 2020 Asynchronous Conference Program

    Posted 08-15-2020 12:47
    Edited by Sean Handley 08-15-2020 12:49

    OSCM Colleagues,

    Although the live portion of the 2020 Virtual AOM Annual Meeting has concluded, I would like to remind you that the asynchronous portion of the program is on-going. Thank you to all of the authors who contributed to the OSCM Division's extensive asynchronous program!

    Conference registrants can contribute to sessions via chat until August 31st. Session materials are available for viewing on the conference platform until October 31st. Here are some quick facts about the treasure trove of material available in the OSCM asynchronous program:

    • 61 papers submitted to the OSCM Division are included in the asynchronous program.
    • 40 of these papers have a pre-recorded presentation available.
    • 21 of these papers have a downloadable slide deck available.
    • Papers were grouped into 14 asynchronous "sessions" including:

    1. Ambidexterity and Operational Capabilities (Virtual Session ID 1212)
    2. Disruptive Technologies and Industry 4.0 (Virtual Session ID 798)
    3. Emerging Issues in Buyer-Supplier Relationship Management (Virtual Session ID 657)
    4. Empirical OSCM Research with Secondary Data (Virtual Session ID 797)
    5. Healthcare Operations (Virtual Session ID 1606)
    6. Humanitarian Operations and Supply Chain Management (Virtual Session ID 1047)
    7. IT Enabled OSCM (Virtual Session ID 1513)
    8. Managing Buyer-Supplier Relationships (Virtual Session ID 1416)
    9. Procurement / Sourcing / Purchasing (Virtual Session ID 1316)
    10. Product and Service Innovation (Virtual Session ID 1415)
    11. Project Management (Virtual Session ID 1512)
    12. Supply Networks (Virtual Session ID 1130)
    13. Sustainable Operations and Supply Chains (Virtual Session ID 1129)
    14. Sustainable Supply Chain Management (Virtual Session ID 693)

    Please enjoy reviewing all of this scholarly material shared by the authors. I believe that you will find it to be quite enriching.

    Sean Handley
    2020 OSCM Division Program Chair