Conference Program

The 9th International Symposium on Operations Management and Strategy 2019
Conference Theme: Value Chain Strategy and IoT

On-Site Registration:
September 4: 17:45-18:30 University Restaurant
September 5: 9:00-16:00 Forward Hall
September 6: 9:00-12:00 Building No.5
Printer friendly program (Integrated with National meeting)

4 (Wednesday)
13:30 – 15:20Factory tourSuntory Musashino Brewery
16:00 – 16:45Japanese Garden TourTonogayato Japanese Park
17:00 – 18:30ReceptionUniversity Restaurant
9:30-9:40Opening CeremonyForward Hall
9:40 – 10:30Plenary Lecture 1
“Digital First Strategy: Value Creation and Capture in Digital Economy”
Youngjin Yoo, Ph.D.
(Case Western Reserve University)
Forward Hall
10:40 – 11:30Plenary Lecture 2
“Foreign Ownership and Domestic Supply Base of Manufacturing Plants: Implications for Performance under Different Environmental Conditions”
Prakash J. Singh Ph.D.
(University of Melbourne)
Forward Hall
13:00 – 13:50Plenary Lecture 3
“Strategic Management Orientation and Operations Management”
Hideaki Kitanaka (Takushoku University)
Forward Hall
14:00 – 14:50Plenary Lecture 4
“Status and prospects of smart manufacturing driven by industrial revolution based on IoT/AI technology”
Koji Yasui (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.)
Forward Hall
15:00 – 17:00Plenary Session
“IoT and Manufacturing”
Kakuro Amasaka (Aoyama Gakuin University)
Masanori Fugioka (Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Ltd.)
Tsutomu Shimizume (Fuji Xerox Corp.)
Forward Hall
17:15 – 19:00Banquet (Buffet style)Forward Hall Lobby
9:00 – 10:40Presentation Session 1 / 2Building 5 E201/E202
10:50 – 12:30Presentation Session 3 / 4Building 5 E201/E202
13:30 – 15:10Presentation Session 5 / 6Building 5 E201/E202
15:20 – 16:50Steering Committee MeetingBuilding 5 E104

Session Program

9:00 ~ 10:40 ISOMS/ Session 1
Invited session: “Value creation process renovation and information technologies”
Chair: Michiya Morita (Gakushuin University)
ISOMS / Session 2
“OM Research Issues in India”
Chair: Munehiko Itoh (Kobe University)
“Contributions of Supply Chains Concepts and Frameworks to Innovation Ecosystems”
Laoucine Kerbache (Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU) and HEC Paris)
“Analysis of key factors for performance in humanitarian operations in Indian context” 
Kanchan Joshi (National Institute of Industrial Engineering), Binay Patawari (Siemens Ltd), Ashish Gupta (National Institute of Industrial Engineering), Neha Srivastava, (National Institute of Industrial Engineering)
“Sustenance of Collaborative Relationships”
Masayasu Nagashima (Ritsumeikan University)
“Factors affecting adoption of industry-4.0 on Indian manufacturing industries”
Shreyanshu Parhi (National Institute of Industrial Engineering), Kanchan Joshi (National Institute of Industrial Engineering), Milind Akarte (National Institute of Industrial Engineering)
“Towards Adaptive Cyber Physical Systems”
Michiya Morita (Gakushuin University, Emeritus), Jose A. D. Machuca (Uniersity of Seville), Yukari Shirota (Gakushuin University)
“Social entrepreneur driven supply chain to increase responsiveness and value creation: A case from India”
Kanchan Joshi (National Institute of Industrial Engineering), Niranjan U V (National Institute of Industrial Engineering), Kriti Chaudhary (National Institute of Industrial Engineering)
10:50 ~ 12:30 ISOMS/ Session 3
“Decision Models in OM”
Chair: Kakuro Amasaka (Aoyama Gakuin University)
ISOMS/ Session 4
“Supply Chain Management”
Chair: Shota Ohmura (Momoyama Gakuin University)
“Application of Decision Model under Different Scenarios Considering Uncertainties for New Product Development (NPD)”
Thanyatorn Fongsatitkul (Tokyo Metropolitan University), Yasutaka Kainuma (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
“Impact of Absorptive Capacity on Achieving Congruence between Environmental Uncertainty and Organizational Mechanisms: A Contingency View on Japanese Manufacturing and Service Industry”
Ylias Razafindrazaka (Yokohama National University), Yoshiki Matsui (Open University of Japan and Yokohama National University)
“Optimization of Production and Transportation scheduling using an MILP”
Tracey Tshivhase (Tokyo Metropolitan University), Yasatuka Kainuma (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
“Uncertainties of supply chain management 4.0”
Phan Dinh Manh (Yokohama National University), Yoshiki Matsui (Open University of Japan and Yokohama National University)
“Developing Automobile Optimal Product Design Model”
Kakuro Amasaka (Aoyama Gakuin University)
“Supply Chain Contract between Department Stores and Apparels in Japan: Wholesale, Buyback, and Revenue Sharing Contract”
Shota Ohmura (Momoyama Gakuin University)
13:30 ~ 15:10ISOMS/ Session 5
“New Research Issues in OM”
Chair: Hirofumi Matsuo (Kobe University)
ISOMS/ Session 6
“Supply Chain Strategy”
Chair: Masaharu Ota (Osaka Gakuin University)
“Trends and themes of corporate mission statement: a content analysis”
Gang-Hoon Seo (Kobe Universit), Munehiko Itoh (Kobe University)
“Possibilities of Statistical Learning Approaches Applications in identifying adaptive patterns of Japanese manufacturing companies over time”
Michiya Morita (Gakushuin University), Yukari Shirota (Gakushuin University), Kenji Yamaguchi (Ochanomizu University)
“Increased company performance through macroeconomics sales forecasting – A case study”
Pirmin Schwarenthorer (Austrian Center for Digital Production), Alfred Taudes, (Vienna University of Economics and Business), Johannes Hunschofsky (Vienna University of Technology), Christoph Magnet (FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences), Martin Tschandl (FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences)
“Identifying Omnichannel Strategies from a Business Process Modeling Perspective”
Ayako Kawai (Gakushuin University), Jinwei Jiang (Gakushuin University)
“The Mark of Industry 4.0 Era: How Managers Respond to Key Revolutionary Changes”
Erlinda Nusron Yunus (Sekolah Tinggi Manajemen PPM)
“Building consensus formation Mechanism for Improving Supply Chain Resilience”
Yu Cui (Otemon Gakuin University), Masaharu Ota (Osaka Gakuin University), Hiroki Idota (Kindai University)
“Research Issues on Servisizing of Gas Turbine Manufacturing”
Hirofumi Matsuo (Kobe University)