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  • 1995 ProceedingsDecision Sciences Institute

    1995 Annual MeetingNovember 20-22, 1995

    Boston, Massachusetts

    VOLUME 3

    International Issues

    POM - ManufacturingPOM - Service

    Quality and Productivity

    PROCEEDINGS COORDINATOR

    Cliff T. RagsdakVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

    PROGRAM CHAIR

    Ernest C. Houck

    Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University ub/tib HannoverO > ' 113 822 898

  • ContentsVolume 3

    INTERNATIONAL ISSUES

    INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS

    1081 Information Technology and Economic EffectsSyed A. Shahabuddin

    1084 Multicultural Information SystemsJudith D. Ahrens

    1087 Information Technology Plan and Development inTaiwan

    David C. Chou

    INTERNATIONAL STRATEGY FORMULATION

    1090 Cultural Issues of Doing Business with China

    Andre M. Everett and Lucy Laizhen Lu

    1093 Strategic Change and Adaptability Among SingaporeFirms

    Patrick T. Gibbons

    1096 A Blueprint to Achieving World Class Excellence

    Jaideep Motwani, Ashok Kumar, and James Jiang

    GLOBAL SOURCING AND COMPETITION

    1099 Strategic Type and Global Sourcing: A ConceptualAnalysis

    Ajay Das

    1102 A Process-based Approach to Global Sourcing Research

    Jayanth Jayaram

    1105 Differences Between the U.S. and Japanese RoboticsIndustries

    Sung J. Shim and Susan Walsh Sanderson

    1108 WORKSHOP-SECONDARY DATA

    RESOURCES FOR INTERNATIONAL AND

    DOMESTIC RESEARCH

    William J. Davis II and Cesar A. Monzon

    1109 WORKSHOP ON BENCHMARKING GLOBAL

    LOGISTICSBEST PRACTICE

    Steven R. Clinton

    TOPIC TABLE: INTERNATIONAL STRATEGIC

    ISSUES

    1110 A Simple Probabilistic Model of HIV Transmissionwith Application to the Epidemic in Northern Thailand

    Darl D. Bien

    1110 International Joint Ventures Management: A Critical

    Success Factors ApproachFongkang K. Chu

    1110 The Attitudes of Nigerians Toward Women Managers

    Tope Adeyemi-Bello and Joseph M. Tomkiewicz

    1110 The Art of War and International Business

    Yim Yu Wong

    1111 Shifting Focus from EC and Japan to BEMs: The

    Role of Financial Information in Attaining Success

    Irene M. Herremans, A. Manassian, and Jeffrey

    Kantor

    TOPIC TABLE: INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS

    ISSUES

    1112 Global Information Technology Infrastructure: KeyIssues for Management

    Amarnath Prakash

    1112 A Preliminary Survey of Strategic Partneringbetween Western Multinational Corporations and

    Their Chinese Counterparts

    , Chiang-Nan Chao, Robert J. Mockler, andDorothy G. Dologite

    1112 Intellectual Property Protection Rights: SoftwareProtection in Africa

    Kamlesh T. Mehta

    1112 International Assembly Facility Location ProblemAntonio Rios-Ramirez

    1113 International Sourcing Strategies and Volatile

    Exchange Rates

    Panagiotis Kouvelis and Vikas Sinha

    WORKSHOP: RESEARCH TOPICS ANDSTRATEGIES FOR INTERNATIONAL IS

    RESEARCH

    Prashant Palvia

    (See page 1746)

    INTERNATIONAL DECISION SCIENCE

    1114 Investment Expansion and Risk ProbabilitiesKashi Nath Tiwari

    1117 An International Analysis of Decision Making: ASeven Country Comparison of ManufacturingManagerial Forecasting Practices

    John G. Wacker and Linda G. Sprague

    1120 Determination of an Optimum Transferor in

    International Technology Transfer

    Rakesh K. Agrawal and Veerappan Jayaraman

    1123 SANDESH PANEL: BUSINESS ISSUES AND

    OPPORTUNITIES IN INDIA

    Prashant Palvia

    INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS

    1124 North American Free Trade Agreement: A Reviewof the Developments of a Progressive Dinosaur inMexico

    Kamlesh T. Mehta

    1127 Logistics Excellence from a Triad Perspective: The

    Key to Achieving Seamless Performance

    Steven R. Clinton and Stanley E. Fawcett

    1130 International Logistics Strategies of U.S. LogisticsProfessionals

    Hokey Min and William P. Galle, Jr.

  • P/OM: MANUFACTURING

    1133 SYMPOSIUM ON WORLD CLASS

    MANUFACTURING

    Roger G. Schroeder

    1134 WORKSHOP ON SIMULATION

    METHODOLOGY IN OPERATIONS

    MANAGEMENT RESEARCH

    Timothy L. Smunt

    JUST-IN-TIME MANUFACTURING

    1135 The Effect of Machine Breakdown on the

    Performance of a JIT System

    Surendra M. Gupta

    1138 Robust Kanban Systems: A Tolerance DesignExample

    Farhad Moeeni

    1141 Just-In-Time's Robustness: A Simulation Study

    Alireza Ardalan

    ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES IN

    MANUFACTURING

    1143 An Evaluation of Order Release Strategies in a

    Remanufacturing Environment

    V. Daniel R. Guide, Jr. and Rajesh Srivastava

    1146 Plant-Level Choices of Environmental Technologies:The Influence of Environmental Management

    StrategyRobert D. Klassen and D. Clay Whybark

    1149 Green Manufacturing: Research Issues, Obstaclesand Frameworks

    Steven A. Melnyk and Robert B. Handfield

    1152 WORKSHOP ON GLOBAL EMPIRICAL

    RESEARCH IN OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

    John E. Ettlie and John W. Kamauff

    TOPIC TABLE: LOGISTICAL DECISION

    MAKING

    1154 Lot Sizing and Queuing Delays with MachineBreakdowns

    Yuanming Guo

    1154 Cost-Modified Wagner-Whitin Method for

    Multi-Stage Lot-Sizing in Spreadsheet MRP

    Jayavel Sounderpandian

    1154 Using Simulation to Analyze Logistics DecisionsUnder Different Foreign Exchange Scenarios WhenDemand Is Stochastic

    Lisa A. Ferguson and Vicki L. Smith-Daniels

    1154 The Performance of a Simple Lot Sizing Rule inGroup Technology Environment

    Hossein Jamshidi and David S. Ang

    LAYOUT FOR CELLULAR MANUFACTURING

    1155 Joint Consideration of Cell Formation and Cell

    Layout Under Capacity Constraints

    Nasr-Eddine Dahel

    1158 Functional Layout and Hybrid Cellular

    Manufacturing Systems: A Simulation-BasedPerformance Comparison

    Girish Shambu

    1161 A Performance Based Model for the Formation of

    Manufacturing Cells in Group TechnologyJ. Robert McQuaid, Jr.

    TIME-BASED COMPETITION

    1164 A Time-Based Approach to MaintenanceKathleen E. McKone and Elliott N. Weiss

    1167 Time-Based Competition: An Empirical Study ofPerformance ImplicationsEmma Jane Riddle and James W. Pearce

    1170 Reduction of Cycle Time Through Various Business

    EnterprisesIke C. Ehie and Stanley J. Stough

    PRODUCT DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS

    1173 New Product Component Developers: What

    Influences Their Customers' PerceptionsDavid McCutcheon, Janet L. Hartley, andRebecca Grant

    1176 A Structural Modeling Study of the Initiators ofProduct and Process Integration Decisions and TheirNew Product Development Implications

    Paul T. Dunn

    1179 R&D and Global ManufacturingJohn E. Ettlie

    TOPIC TABLE: MANAGEMENT OF

    TECHNOLOGY

    1182 A Comparison of Traditional and Tandem

    Configuration Automated Guided Vehicle SystemsEdward A. Ross, Farzad Mahmoodl, and Charles

    T. Mosier

    1182 Testing Robustness of Analytical Results of MachineWorkloads in Flexible Manufacturing Systemsthrough Simulation

    Zubair M. Mohamed, Edward L. Gillenwater, and

    Bryan Kethley

    1182 An Examination of Organizational Factors Effectingthe Implementation of Advanced ManufacturingTechnologies

    Faizul Huq and Timothy Miller

    TOPIC TABLE: STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

    MANAGEMENT

    1183 Competitive Priorities, Managerial Evaluation, andFirm Performance in Make-to-Order Environments:

    An Empirical StudyJames W. Pearce, Stephen D. Owens, and

    Vidyaranya B. Gargeya

    1183 Manufacturing Performance Improvement and

    Competitive Strength: An Exploratory StudyJoon Choi and Jay S. Kim

    1183 The Relative Importance of Factors InfluencingInitial Investment Costs of FMSs

    Joseph J. Retzer and Kurt A, Pfiughoeft

    VI

  • 1183 Academic Research and the Needs of ManufacturingDaniel C. Steele, Manoj K. Malhotra, Robert E.Markland, and Varun Grover

    1184 Total Quality Management and Firm'sResponsiveness

    Mohamed A. Youssef

    1185 THE GLOBAL PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLYCHAIN BENCHMARKING INITIATIVE: ANUPDATE ON RECENT RESEARCH

    Robert B. Handfield

    1186 CONFLICT RESOLUTION USING THETHEORY OF CONSTRAINTS

    Ina S. Markham and Christina D. McCart

    1187 SYMPOSIUM ONMANAGING ASSETS INGLOBAL MANUFACTURING:COMPETITIVENESS, ENTRY STRATEGIESAND CREATING SYNERGIES

    Anil Khurana

    MANUFACTURING AUTOMATION

    1188 Obstacles to Computer Integrated ManufacturingSuccess: A Study of Practitioner Perceptions

    Ronald E. McGaughey and David Roach

    1191 FMS Tool Allocation Procedures: Qualitative andQuantitative Comparisons

    Kwasi Amoako-Gyampah and Jack R. Meredith

    1194 An Examination of Manufacturing AutomationKenneth K, Boyer, G. Keong Leong, and Peter T.Ward

    CELLULAR MANUFACTURING

    1197 Flexibility in Cellular Manufacturing: A Frameworkand Measures

    Hassan M. Selim, Asoo J. Vakharia, and RonaldG. Askin

    1200 Critical Criteria for Successful Implementation ofCellular Manufacturing

    Injazz J. Chen, Dalen T. Chiang, and James R. Tarr

    ISSUES IN OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

    1203 Classics in Production and Operations ManagementVictor E. Sower, Jaideep Motwani, and MichaelJ. Savoie

    1206 Forecasting for Parts Recovery in a RemanufacturingEnvironment

    Rajesh Srivastava and V. Daniel R. Guide, Jr.

    1209 Innovation in High Technology Manufacturing:From Black Art to a Formal Conceptualization

    Shekhar Jayanthi and Kingshuk K. Sinha

    1212 AN IMD MANUFACTURING 2000 RESEARCH

    INITIATIVE: THE WADE INSWITZERLAND' STUDY

    Robert S, Collins, Carlos Cordon, and Denyse Julien

    1213 MANAGING COST FOR 'MANUFACTURING

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