Marc J. Schniederjans
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Supply chainEngineering managementEngineeringLean manufacturingTechnology managementBusinessEconomicsMarketingInformation systemProcess managementOperations managementIndustrial organizationComputer scienceOperations researchSupply chain managementOutsourcingKnowledge managementGoal programmingQuality managementE-commerceSelection (genetic algorithm)
174Publications
30H-index
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#1Marc J. Schniederjans (College of Business Administration)H-Index: 30
#2Michelle L. Pantoya (TTU: Texas Tech University)H-Index: 26
Last. Darrin L. WillauerH-Index: 2
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To develop ordnance for military applications requires a decision process of selecting materials. Once selected a performance evaluation of the material composite formulations energetic properties is required. Tailoring the composite materials for a particular ordnance application requires selecting reactants that seek an optimized combination of economic costs and performance properties (e.g., energy release, temperature, and gas generation). A successful energetic material evaluation must iden...
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#1Marc J. Schniederjans (NU: University of Nebraska–Lincoln)H-Index: 30
#2Qing Cao (UMKC: University of Missouri–Kansas City)H-Index: 28
Functional-level strategic planning should align with and support business-level strategies. Alignment of strategies is presumed to be a positive contributor to business performance just as misalignment is presumed to be a negative contributor. These presumptions should be true for all types of business environments including the e-commerce environment. This study develops and tests these presumptions by examining managers’ perceptions of strategy. Drawing on both operations strategy and informa...
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#1Corinne M. Karuppan (MSU: Missouri State University)H-Index: 10
#2Marc J. Schniederjans (NU: University of Nebraska–Lincoln)H-Index: 30
Computer-integrated manufacturing implementation is often hindered by human resource issues like stress. By focusing on one type of potential human obstacle to the integration of islands of automation in our exploratory case study, we examine the sources of stress and the lack of job control experienced in three functional departments: computer-aided design and manufacturing, manufacturing planning and control, and computer numerical control/robot manufacturing; we also suggest management interv...
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Last. Ashlyn M. SchniederjansH-Index: 4
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The following sections are included:Learning ObjectivesIntroductionE-commerceE-commerce and Supply Chain ManagementCritical Success Factors in Implementing an E-commerce SystemSupply Chain Benefits of Using E-commerceE-commerce Interaction with Supply Chain ManagementInternet-based EDI (IEDI) and Supply ChainsE-trust and Supply ChainsLean Supply Chain E-commerce TopicsUsing E-commerce as a Means to Enhance Supply Chain ResponsivenessE-business Software Supports Lean Supply Chain PrinciplesIntegr...
Last. Vicky Ching GuH-Index: 6
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The following sections are included:Learning ObjectivesIntroductionNew Product Development ProcessSteps in the New Product Development ProcessMetrics for the Evaluation of NPDIntegrating NPD with Supply Chain Management for Mutual BenefitLean Supply Chain New Product Development TopicsLean Product DesignSix Sigma for Product Development, But Not New Product DevelopmentLean as an Aid in NPDCombining NPD and Lean in SoftwareMaximizing Productivity with NPD and LeanToyota Product DevelopmentSummary...
Last. Ashlyn M. SchniederjansH-Index: 4
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AbstractThe following sections are included:Learning ObjectivesIntroductionTrust in Lean Supply ChainsTrust DefinedTrust: The Toyota WayCollaboration in Lean Supply ChainsCollaboration DefinedCompetitive CollaborationBenefits of Collaboration in Lean Supply ChainsEnvironmental Issues in Lean Supply ChainsLean Supply Chain Ethics, Trust, and Collaboration TopicsThe Impact of Culturally-Based Ethics and Trust in Global Supply ChainsEthics Expectations in Supply ChainsSuggestions for Improving Supp...
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#1Marc J. Schniederjans (College of Business Administration)H-Index: 30
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#1Marc J. Schniederjans (NU: University of Nebraska–Lincoln)H-Index: 30
Chairing a doctoral committee involves an ethics-driven responsibility and is critical to the success of Ph.D. candidates. This paper discusses issues concerning what prospective Ph.D. students should expect from faculty who chair their doctoral committees. From a personal perspective the author provides a set of basic rights, structured as a bill of articles, which should be afforded doctoral students in pursuit of their degrees. These rights provide guidelines for doctoral candidates in select...
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#1Dijiang Huang (ASU: Arizona State University)H-Index: 35
#2Qing Cao (UMKC: University of Missouri–Kansas City)H-Index: 28
Last. Deep Medhi (UMKC: University of Missouri–Kansas City)H-Index: 28
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