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  • 27 Feb 2020 1:30 PM | Jenny Backstrand (Administrator)

    The IPSERA special interest group on "Purchasing and Innovation" has gathered for the second time after its initiation at the 2018 IPSERA conference in Budapest. This time the group was invited by its member Dr. Florian Schupp, vice president purchasing automotive and aftermarket, to the Schaeffler site in Bühl (Germany) on February 17 and 18. The group gathered for an informal dinner at Burg Windeck on Monday evening and had a 3-hour tour through the production facilities in Bühl where Schaeffler. Afterwards, about 40 of Schaeffler's purchasing and R&D managers joined the presentations of Thomas Johnsen ("An overview of recent research on purchasing involvement in product development & innovation"), Richard Calvi ("Innovation Scouting: A new challenge for Purchasing")


    Nadine Kiratli ("The impact of perceptual differences of governance on team creativity during co-innovation projects")


    Holger Schiele ("Evaluating startups as partners for innovation" )


    Robert Suurmond ("Interface between startups and incumbent suppliers").


    The SIG members enjoyed the constructive, value-adding and inspiring discussions with Schaeffler employees. During the SIG meeting, the upcoming Special Topic Forum (STF) on "Purchasing and Innovation" in the Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management was announced. The guest editor team around Thomas Johnsen is complemented by Marie-Anne Le Dain (Grenoble INP), Nadine Kiratli (Maastricht University) and Holger Schiele (university of Twente).

    The SIG would like to thank Florian and Schaeffler for hosting us and would also like to express its gratitude towards IPSERA for sponsoring the event.


    In case you are interested to join the SIG, please contact Thomas Johnsen or Marie-Anne Le Dain.

  • 27 Jan 2020 11:59 AM | Jenny Backstrand (Administrator)

    On 21-22 January, some 40 researchers and educators gathered in Lunteren (NL) for the 17th edition of the WION seminar (‘Workshop Inkoop Onderzoek Nederland’). Initiated in 2004, by Arjan van Weele and his colleagues from Eindhoven, this seminar brings together PhD students, teachers, professors – be it fulltime or part-time – in the area of Purchasing and Supply Management, from the Netherlands.

    The program format is quite unique, with some plenary presentations and multiple paper review sessions. The plenary sessions typically feature a practitioner and an academic, but from another discipline.

    This year Jan Roodenburg, former SVP Supplier Development, Philips and VP SC & Ops, HP EMEA, spoke about sustainable supply chains – reminding us that sustainability efforts have been going on for quite some time already, but that is quite challenging to keep this consistently on the agenda of senior management.

    Kees Ahaus, professor of Health Services Management & Organisation at the Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management, presented research on how different institutional logics interact in the organization of care supply chains, such as in the case of COPD patients.

    In the paper review sessions, two reviewers are assigned to each paper, and each session lasts for 60 mins. This duration and the small group setting (in parallel sessions) mean that the discussions can be quite extensive and detailed.

    Finally, each WION edition features workshops and group discussion on techniques and methods, and this year we focused on teaching – more specifically, problem-based learning. Frank Rozemeijer, Nadine Kiratli and Robert Suurmond from Maastricht University led an interactive and productive session exploring techniques for online learning and bring real-life problems into the classroom.

    Finn Wynstra chaired WION for the last six years on behalf of the Rotterdam team, but as of 2021, the team from Maastricht will take over the baton.


  • 17 Jan 2020 11:57 AM | Jenny Backstrand (Administrator)

    The registration for the IFPSM/IPSERA Summer school is now open!

    This years theme is "Theories for Purchasing and Supply Management Research".

    More information and a link to the registration form is found here: https://www.erim.eur.nl/doctoral-programme/courses/detail/3574/

  • 26 Jun 2019 5:56 PM | Jenny Backstrand (Administrator)

    Please join us for a lively discussion on the identity of the purchasing function at the AoM conference in Boston on August 11th 2019, 12:30-3:00, Westin Hotel, Empire Room.

    Purchasing is truly one of the world’s oldest professions, but it continues to remain relatively small as a discipline. This workshopis an opportunity to bring purchasing and supply management (P&SM) researchers from all over the world together to discuss the future of purchasing in academia, and perhaps chart a future course for shaping the discipline. This will build on topics from the International Purchasing Supply Education and Research Association (IPSERA) session “Identity and the Future of P&SM (Milan, April 2019). All P&SM researchers are welcome whether they participated in the session or not.  This workshop will create a venue for meeting other researchers in P&SM, and provide a forum to discuss topics such as:

    1. Is P&SM an academic discipline?
    2. Should P&SM seek to more formally become an academic discipline?What are the associated risks and rewards?
    3. Should P&SM build its own theories?
    4. Is P&SM a subset of OM, SCM or another discipline?
    5. Where do we go from here?
    6. What are some interesting research problems that are specific for the future P&SM?
    7. What are some ways that we can build a stronger P&SM community?

    We look forward to a lively discussion in this workshopthat will help re-energize the PSM community.  The P&SM North American Research Symposium (NARS) lost its sponsorship and the community lost a key venue for discussions like the ones mentioned above. The goal is to engage in discussions that involve scholars from across the globe. 

    Share this with others in your network that are interested in PSM that are attending the Academy of Management Annual Meeting.

    //Lisa Ellram, Wendy Tate, Stephan Wagner, Craig Carter

  • 01 Oct 2018 2:13 PM | Jenny Backstrand (Administrator)

    The Supply Chain Finance SIG is organizing a workshop on November 28th in Amsterdam. 
    The purpose of the SIG meeting is to strengthen the links within the academic community around the topic of Supply Chain Finance (SCF) and financial management in the supply chain, with a keen eye on new and innovative technologies. Read more here

  • 27 Sep 2018 4:18 PM | Jenny Backstrand (Administrator)

    IJOPM has recently published the call for papers of a special issue on the impact of Industry 4.0 on Operations and Supply Chain Management - link.
    Guest edited by Prof. Lenny Koh, Prof. Fu Jia, and Dr. Guido Orzes.

    Deadline 31/12-2018

  • 17 Sep 2018 8:12 AM | Jenny Backstrand (Administrator)

    Two events will  be organized within the IPSERA SIG "Purchasing & Innovation" based on the concept of a dinner on the afternoon of day 1 and meeting on day 2

    - Autumn event in Grenoble at  Grenoble INP on 23-24 October 2018

    - Winter event in in Buehl/Baden-Baden on 11-12 February 2019

    For more information please, contact Thomas Erik Johnsen or Marie-Anne Le Dain

     thomaserik.johnsen@polimi.it / marie-anne.le-dain@grenoble-inp.fr


  • 24 Dec 2017 1:48 PM | Erik van Raaij

    We are organising a workshop structured around two distinct days in February 2018. This will be a small-scale event in order to maximise the experience for everyone involved, hence places on each day will be limited. Registration is mandatory. 

    Day 1 is specifically for PhD students and early career researchers in management who do research across the fields of sustainability, CSR and business ethics. We invite those who are passionate about driving change for sustainability through their research and want to learn about participatory and engaged methodological approaches.  The day will consist of interactive masterclasses from speakers from disciplines outside management, a panel of editors’ discussion and collective reflections around key questions identified by participants. The event aims to be a platform for discussing the “how” of conducting such types of research - details that often remain absent from publications. We see this event as an opportunity to support young researchers in our field and encourage mentoring within the community. 

    Day 2 will be focused on advancing sustainability in production and consumption networks. The audience for this day are academics at all stages of their careers who identify with this theme. Day 2 is an agenda-shaping event and will require some preparation so that we engage in constructive discussions – without being too onerous. We will seek to surface the key research questions for the field, particularly around how to move towards meaningful change. This will entail reflecting on what assumptions/theories and research questions we should be asking but also on who we should engage with.

    Further details about the event and logistical details are available on the event page here.

    Anne Touboulic

    Lucy McCarthy

    Carsten Reuter
  • 13 Dec 2017 8:28 AM | Jenny Backstrand (Administrator)

    Workshop: Purchasing and Product Innovation - explore opportunities for joint research
    When: February 13th
    Where: Politecnico di Milano 
    Register: https://politecnicomilano.wufoo.eu/forms/x1f6man0rbiitd/  

    The SIG in Purchasing & Innovation was launched earlier this year at the IPSERA conference in Veszprem, Hungary, in recognition of the growing interest amongst practitioners and researchers in how purchasing can contribute to the creation of innovations within organizations. 

    Call for paper and more information: SIG EVENT AT POLITECNICO DI MILANO updated.docx

    Thomas Johnsen (Politecnico di Milano)

    Marie-Anne Le Dain (University of Grenoble)

  • 06 Nov 2017 10:44 AM | Jenny Backstrand (Administrator)

    Workshop: Supply Chain Finance: Research directions and future developments
    When: 28th of November 2017, 9:30 to 12:30
    Where: OBA, Oosterdokskade 143, 1011 DL Amsterdam, the Netherlands

    Supply Chain Finance (SCF) is a topic that is getting traction both among academics and practitioners. For this reason, the Supply Chain Finance Community (www.scfcommunity.org) has created a Special Interest Group on the topic of SCF. If you are interested to know what SCF implies for academia, if you are interest to meet other academics that are working on this topic, or if you are simply interested in knowing the most recent developments in this fields, please join the workshop by sending an email to: lm.gelsomino@windesheim.nl

    Agenda
    9:30 Registration and welcome coffee
    10:00 Keynote speech: research directions and future developments
    10:45 Supply Chain Finance: a new future for logistics?
    11:15 (session 1) Meet the editors of the book “Solutions for Financial Sustainability, Risk Management and Resilience in the Supply Chain”
    11:15 (session 2) panel session on Supply Chain Finance for PhD candidates
    12:30 Lunch

    You are also invited to attend the Supply Chain Finance Community 2017 SCF Thesis Award, in which the most interesting students projects will have the possibility to present their work and compete for monetary prizes!

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