POMS 2018

Session

Theme

Paper ID

Title & Authors

1.1

Logistic and Supply Chain Management

(1st place)

 

33

Factors Influencing the Effective Information Sharing in Sri

Lankan Export-led Manufacturing Supply Chains,

Uthpalee Hewage (University of Moratuwa ,Sri Lanka)

2.3

Logistic and Supply chain Management

(2nd Place)

101

Cost impact of urban time windows restrictions on movement of

spare parts in automotive supply chain using MCDM/A Chitresh

Kumar (Jindal Global Business School, India), Tas Vijayaraghavan,

Ab-hishek Chakraborty (XLRI, India), Russell Thomp-son (Univ. of

Melbourne, Australia)

1.2

Applications of Operations Management

79

Enabling the transition from product provider to service

provider: An empirical investigation in the Sri Lankan apparel

industry, Jan Godsell, Mark Johnson (WMG, University of

Warwick, United Kingdom), Rivini Mataraarachi, Dharmasri

Wickramasinghe (University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka)

1.3

Green Logistics

100

Modelling sustainable supply networks with adaptive agents,

Subodha Dharmapriya, Senevi Kiridena (University of

Wollongong, Australia), Nagesh Shukla (University of

Technology, Australia)

1.4

Product Innovation and Technology Management

166

Input-price Risk Management: Technology Improvement and

Financial Hedging, Ali Shantia, Sam Aflaki (HEC Paris, France),

Hamed Ghoddusi (Stevens Institute of Technology, United States)

1.5

Bid data and data analytics for OM/IE

127

The Role of Technological Dependencies: The Impact of Mobile

Service Quality on the Acceptance of Mobile Cash Services,

Amila Bandara (University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka), Pasan

Edirisinghe (University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka)

2.1

Sustainable manufacturing towards Operations (1st place)

144

Suppliers’ commitment and dependability: Their role in the

diffusion of sustainability practices, Cristina Gimenez

Thomsen (ESADE Business School- Uni-versitat Ramon

Llull, Spain), Cristina Sancha (OBS Business School, Spain),

Christina Wong (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University,

Hong Kong), Annachi-ara Longoni (ESADE Business SchoolUniversitat Ramon Llull, Spain)

2.4

Sustainable manufacturing towards Operations (2nd Place)

51

Investigation on the Factors Affecting the Sustainability of SME

Industries in Southern Province of Sri Lanka, Haresankar

Jayasankar, Udayanga Galappaththi (Department of Mechanical and

Manufacturing Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of

Ruhuna, Sri Lanka), Ranjika Perera (Faculty of Engineering,

University of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka)

2.9

Sustainable manufacturing towards Operations (3rd place)

121

Strengthening the Sri Lankan Clothing Supply Chain Leeza De

Silva (University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka), Amila Jayarathne

(University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka)

2.2

Operation Research

56

Cluster-based Vehicle Routing Optimization approach for

Pharmaceutical Supply Chains (PSC), Hiruni Niwunhella,

Thashika Rupasinghe (University of Ke-laniya, Sri Lanka)

2.5

System Modelling and simulation

136

Examining the Rhythm of Dynamic Team Communication,

Sara McComb (Purdue University), Deanna Kenne-dy

(University of Washington Bothell)

2.6

Lean and Six Sigma

152

Process Improvement Through Six Sigma Approach in A Gas

Manufacturing Plant in Sri Lanka, Chatura Manamperi, R. A.

Ekanayake, P. Gamage (University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka)

2.7

Service Operation

105

Embedding Priority UNSDG’s in Corporate strategy, Luk Van

Wassenhove, (INSEAD France) Ravi Fernando (INSEAD

France)

2.8

Risk and Reliability

16

A Sustainable Vehicle Routing Problem for Indian Agri-Food

Supply Chain Network Design, Saurabh Pratap, Rakesh

Patidar, Bellamkonda Venkatesh, (Indian Institute of

Information Technology, Design & Manufacturing, Jabalpur,

M.P, India), Yash Daultani (Indian Institute of Information

Technology and Management, Gwalior, India)