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15th ANZAM Operations, Supply Chain and Services Management Symposium

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The 15th ANZAM Operations, Supply Chain and Services Management (OSCSM) Symposium will focus on how the operations and supply chain disciplines add value to society, both globally and within the ANZAM region.

The symposium is co-hosted by Lincoln University and the University of Canterbury.

13-14 June, 2017
Hotel Sofitel Queenstown Hotel & Spa, Queenstown, New Zealand

Hotel reservations: reservations@sofitelqueenstown.com
For more information about Queenstown, visit the Queenstown New Zealand website.

Co-chairs:

Assoc Prof Pavel Castka, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Email: pavel.castka@canterbury.ac.nz

Assoc Prof Mark Wilson, Lincoln University, New Zealand
Email: mark.wilson@lincoln.ac.nz

Dr. Mesbahuddin Chowdhury, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Email: mesbahuddin.chowdhury@canterbury.ac.nz

Advisory Committee Members:

Prof Amrik Sohal (Monash University), Prof Paul Childerhouse (Massey University), Prof Prakash Singh (University of Melbourne), Assoc Prof Daniel Prajogo (Monash University),  Dr Lincoln Wood (University of Otago), Prof Peter Tatham (Griffith University)

Registration
Key dates
Conference programme
Conference proceedings
Call for papers
Formatting
Submission guidelines
Sponsors
Contact

Registration

Early bird fee (before 19 May): $650
Student fee (before 19 May): $400
Full registration fee (after 19 May): $850
One-day rate: $400

To register for the symposium, please visit the RegOnline website.

Key dates

 Process  Date
Submit full papers and extended abstracts 1 May 2017
Notification of acceptance (extended abstracts) 15 May 2017
Notification of acceptance (full papers) 15 May 2017
Early bird registration closes 19 May 2017
Final paper/extended abstract submission 22 May 2017
Final registration closes 2 June 2017
Welcome reception 12 June 2017
Symposium dinner 13 June 2017
 ANZAM Symposium 13-14 June 2017

Conference proceedings

Click here for the proceedings of the symposium.

Call for papers

We seek contributions from academics and practitioners on issues in the operations, supply chain and services management disciplines (OSCSM), particularly relating to the themes below:

OSCSM and value adding: Who or what determines value and how is value created, communicated, captured and delivered in supply chains? How does OSCSM operationalise the concept of value? How is value measured?
Societal understating of OSCSM as a discipline: How does the general public view OSCSM and its role within and contribution to national economies? How can we enhance the general public’s awareness of the importance of OSCSM?
OSCSM and sustainability: How can OSCSM add value to the pursuit of sustainability? What is the impact of OSCSM practices on global sustainability? What role do voluntary certifications play in sustainability? Can supply chains effectively regulate themselves to achieve sustainability?
OSCSM and circular economy: What is the role of OSCSM in the circular economy? What supply chain designs or models can enhance the concept of product take-back? Who should govern the principles of circular economy in general and specifically for in terms of supply chain management?
OSCSM and innovation: What skills and competence in OSCSM are critical for innovation and new product development?

Contributions should aim to take the discipline forward and can be of any type, including conceptual papers, empirical studies, analytical modelling, and simulation.

The ANZAM Operations, Supply Chain, and Services Management Symposium series has provided a platform for academics and practitioners to share their research, knowledge, and practical experiences in operations, supply chain, and service management.

These symposia have contributed greatly to building knowledge of the discipline and enhancing the partnership between research and practice. The 2017 ANZAM Symposium continues this tradition of sharing research and ideas in the discipline. In particular, the symposium plans an industry-focused track for the second day, and encourages discussion between researchers and professionals working in similar areas.

Sponsors

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Contact

Co-chairs of the 15th ANZAM Symposium

Assoc Prof Pavel Castka, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Email: pavel.castka@canterbury.ac.nz

Assoc Prof Mark Wilson, Lincoln University, New Zealand
Email: mark.wilson@lincoln.ac.nz

Dr. Mesbahuddin Chowdhury, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Email: mesbahuddin.chowdhury@canterbury.ac.nz