Glen  Schmidt
  • David Eccles Professor of Business and Department Chair, Department of Operations and Information Systems
  • Professor, Ois Operations & Info Systems

Research Statement

My research interests include product innovation, new product development, and supply chain management. For example, my research in product innovation investigates what types of innovations are most likely to displace incumbents, and what competencies incumbents need to thwart such displacement and instead continue to grow. In the area of new product development a research pursuit is to examine the degree to which a firm should pursue modular design. And in supply chain management some of my research involves looking at ways firms can most cost effectively pursue make-to-order production in conjunction with make-to-stock manufacturing.

Presentations

  • GLEN M SCHMIDT, & Joseph Van Orden, Pascal Briot. (2011) Is Integrated Health Care Better than a Modular Treatment Regimen?. , Presented, 2011.
  • GLEN M SCHMIDT, & Sezer Ulku, Cladiu Dimofte. (2011) How to get a hit in spite of facing two strikes. , Presented, 2011.
  • GLEN M SCHMIDT (2011) Product modularity: Customer and firm responses. , Presented, 2011.
  • GLEN M SCHMIDT, & Joseph Van Orden, Pascal Briot. (2010) Mental Health Outcomes under Integrated and Modular Treatment Regimens. , Presented, 2010.
  • Chunlin Wang, & Krishnan Anand. (2012) Stage Gate Contracts for New Product Development. , Presented, 2012.
  • Sezer Ulku, & Claudiu Dimofte. (2012) Customer Valuation of Modularly Upgradeable Products. , Presented, 2012.
  • Chunlin Wang, & Krishnan Anand. (2012) NPD Projects: The Role of Stage Gate Contracts. , Presented, 2012.
  • GLEN M SCHMIDT, & Pascal Briot, Joseph Van Orden. (2011) Integrating Mental Health Care: (When) is it Desirable?. , Presented, 2011.
  • GLEN M SCHMIDT, & Bo Van der Rhee, Weiyu Tsai. (2011) Place the Push-pull Point Prior To or Past the Fan-out Point?. , Presented, 2011.
  • GLEN M SCHMIDT, & Sezer Ulku, Vishal Agrawal. (2011) The Role of Product Architecture in Green Product Design. , Presented, 2011.
  • Sezer Ulku, & Vishal Agrawal, Bardia Kamrad, Glen Schmidt. (2010) Managing E-waste and the Pace of Innovation through Product Modularity. , Presented, 2010.
  • Sezer Ulku, & Claudiu Demofte, Glen Schmidt. (2010) Product Modularity and Consumer Valuation of Upgradeable Products. , Presented, 2010.
  • Bo Van der Rhee, & Glen Schmidt, Joseph Van Orden. (2010) High-end Encroachment Patterns of New Products. , Accepted, 2010.
  • Joseph Van Orden, & Glen Schmidt, Pascal Briot. (2010) Mental Health Integration - Improving Healthcare Through Process Integration. , Presented, 2010.

Publications

  • Weiuy Tsai, Rohit Verma (date unknown). New Service Development. Elsevier. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). TIRP: 4 supply chain management principles that might have averted the need for TARP. POMS Chronicle. Vol. 15, 2. Accepted, .
  • Girard-Carrier, Francois (date unknown). Learning in the Fast Lane: The Freeway Game. Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education. Accepted, .
  • Sampson, Scott (date unknown). Process coordination within a healthcare services supply network. Journal of Business Logistics. Vol. 36(4). Accepted, .
  • Van der Rhee, Bo (date unknown). Revenue Sharing Contracts Across an Extended Supply Chain. Business Horizons. Vol. 57(4). Accepted, .
  • Ely Dahan, Glen Schmidt (date unknown). Lower Cost May not Lower Total Cost: Using Spackling to Smooth Mass-Customized Production. Production and Operations Management. Vol. 19 (5), 531-545. Accepted, .
  • Sezer Ulku (date unknown). Customer Valuation of Modularly Upgradeable Products. Management Science. Vol. 58 (9), 1761-1776. Accepted, .
  • Glen Schmidt (date unknown). High-end Encroachment Patterns of New Products. Journal of Product Innovation Management. Vol. 29 (5). Accepted, .
  • Van Orden, Joseph, Van Orden, Joseph, Bo Van der Rhee (date unknown). Encroachment Patterns of the ‘Best Products’ from the Last Decade. Journal of Product Innovation Management. Vol. 28(5), 726-43. Accepted, .
  • Kyle Cattani and Ely Dahan (date unknown). Tailored capacity: Speculative and reactive fabrication of fashion goods. International Journal of Production Economics. Accepted, .
  • Cheryl Druehl (date unknown). When is a disruptive innovation disruptive?. Journal of Product Innovation Management. Accepted, .
  • Cheryl Druehl (date unknown). A Strategy for Opening a New Market and Encroaching on the Low End of an Existing Market. Production and Operations Management. Accepted, .
  • Gerard Cachon, Taylor Randall (date unknown). In search of the bullwhip effect. Manufacturing and Service Operations Management. Accepted, .
  • Kyle Cattani, Ely Dahan (date unknown). Offshoring versus "spackling". Sloan Management Review. Vol. 46 (3), 6-7. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). The OM triangle. Operations Management Education Review. Vol. 1 (1), 87-104. Accepted, .
  • Ricardo Ernst (date unknown). Benihana: A new look at an old classic. Operations Management Education Review. Vol. 1 (1), 5-28. Accepted, .
  • Kyle Cattani (date unknown). The pooling principle. INFORMS Transactions on Education. Vol. 5 (2). Accepted, .
  • Cheryl Druehl (date unknown). Changes in product attributes as drivers of new product diffusion and substitution. Production and Operations Management. Vol. 14 (3), 272-285. Accepted, .
  • Jan Van Mieghem (date unknown). Seagate Quantum: Encroachment strategies. INFORMS Transactions on Education. Vol. 5 (2). Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Low-end and high-end encroachment strategies. International Journal of Innovation Management. Vol. 8 (2), 167-191. Accepted, .
  • Evan Porteus (date unknown). The impact of an integrated marketing and manufacturing innovation. Manufacturing and Service Operations Management. Vol. 2 (4), 1-21. Accepted, .
  • Evan Porteus (date unknown). Sustaining technology leadership can require both cost competence and innovative competence. Manufacturing and Service Operations Management. Vol. 2 (1), 1-18. Accepted, .
  • Wang, Chunlin (date unknown). Stage-Gate Contracts to Screen Agents with Inside Information. Under review. Accepted, .
  • Jin, Ming (date unknown). Trade Promotions and their Consequences. To be determined. Accepted, .
  • Wang, Chunlin (date unknown). Using Stage-Gate Contracts to Screen an Agent with Inside Information in New Product Development Projects. Under review. Accepted, .
  • Schmidt, Glen (date unknown). How to Position Your Innovation in the Marketplace. Sloan Management Review. Vol. 55(2). Accepted, .
  • Glen Schmidt (date unknown). Analyzing Product Architecture under Technological Change: Modular Upgradeability Tradeoffs. IEEE Transactions on Engrg Mgt. Accepted, .
  • van der Rhee, Bo (date unknown). Hold safety inventory before, at, or after the fan-out point?. Production and Operations Management. Vol. 26(5), 817-835. Accepted, .
  • Jin, Ming (date unknown). Want to Reduce the Bullwhip? Measure It. Here’s How. Supply Chain Management: an International Journal. Vol. 22(4), 297-304. Accepted, .
  • Jin, Ming (date unknown). In Search of Intra-Industry Bullwhips. International Journal of Production Economics. Vol. 191(C), 51-65. Accepted, .
  • Kamrad, Bardia (date unknown). In Pursuit of Product Modularity: Impediments and Stimulants. California Management Review. Vol. 59(4). Accepted, .
  • Lee, Hau (date unknown). Using Value Chains to Enhance Innovation. Production and Operations Management. Vol. 26(4), 617-632. Accepted, .
  • Wang, Chunlin (date unknown). Stage-gate Contracts to Screen Agents with Inside Information. Decision Sciences. Vol. 49(2). Accepted, .
  • Cheryl Druehl, Gilvan Souza (date unknown). Optimal pace of product updates. European Journal of Operational Research. Accepted, .
  • Ülkü, Sezer, Sezer Ulku (date unknown). Matching Product Architecture and Supply Chain Configuration. Production and Operations Management. Vol. 20(1), 16-31. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Newsvendor problem. (pp. 189-190). Vol. X. The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Management Vol. X (Operations Management). Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). China: A country of contrasts and contradictions. Vol. 12 (3). Production and Operations Management Society Chronicle. Accepted, .