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My EurOMA2011 Paper

After I have released my presentation slide, now it’s time for the full paper.

This paper was the result from my works in the past few years. It actually covers most of the theoretical foundation of my PhD thesis. The contribution which I proudly presented there was the collective impacts of supply chain collaborations on inter-firm outcomes e.g., relationship satisfaction and firm’s performance. Moreover, the methodology was another part that prove me right on the design of my research proposal at the very beginning of my PhD, which I presented in the EDAMBA 2009 in France. Now you may download the paper here.

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My EurOMA 2011 Presentation

Just before I forgot the event, I’d like to share my experience in one of the most distinguish Operations Management in the world.

This year, the conference has set a new bar with highest number of abstract submitted, papers orally presented, PhD students in the doctoral seminar and conference delegates.

There are 20 parallell sessions through out the two very intensive days.

My presentation was in the session called “Performance Management in Inter-firm Relationships” which I also chaired. There are three presentation, mine was the last one.

In the beginning of the session, there were only session presenters and few friends in the room. However, just minutes before my turn, more and more audiences was joining the session. Most of them were those of senior academics. Moreover, most of them asked me a questions or two or more. However, they were positively constructive.

I believe that I responded them well due to their feedbacks. The questions were about the measurement and the discussion on the unexpected results.

You may find the slides in this link.
Just note that this was the second time I use LaTeX to create the slides.

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