Tuesday 14th January 2020 – Deadline for submission of abstracts (passed)
Tuesday 11th February 2020 – Notification of decision (passed)
Monday 18th May 2020 – Submission of final papers & registration for awards' candidates closes
Full paper guidelines
Please always pay close attention to the full paper guidelines (same as for previous years).
If your abstracts is accepted to the conference, you will be invited to submit your full paper. Please note that your full paper will be included only if:
- The full paper has been submitted on or before Monday 18th May 2020. Papers received after this date will not be included in the programme and Book of Abstracts.
- At least one author of the paper has to register to attend the conference on or before Monday 18th May 2020.
- The title of the full paper has to be identical with the one of your abstract.
- The overall length of the paper, including abstract, all illustrations, tables, and references, is limited to 10 pages. Papers exceeding the limit will be rejected.
- Your abstract should not exceed 100 words. This abstract version, included in the article, will appear in the Book of Abstracts (not the originally submitted).
- Please submit your paper via our Submission Platform (paper submission will be available after the abstract acceptance).
- The full paper must adhere to the formatting in the Full Paper Template.
- The full paper which you submit is the final paper. There is no further review. If your paper does not meet the requirements, it may be rejected.
- Your full paper will be accepted on the understanding that the submitted manuscript is an original work and has not been copyrighted, published, or accepted for presentation at any other conference.
- An extended version of the best papers will be considered for potential publication in special issues of international journals.
To submit your full paper, please go to our Submission Platform, the link will be provided on Tuesday 11th February 2020
Note that a paper not following the template will be rejected.
We welcome papers addressing a variety of operations management topics. Although the theme provides a special focus for the conference, all the usual broad areas of operations and supply chain management will be addressed:
- Behavioral Operations
- Capacity Planning and Control
- E-business and Operations
- Empirical Modelling and Simulation
- Empirical Research in Operations Management
- Global Operations and Strategic Sourcing
- Healthcare Operations Management
- Humanitarian Operations and Crisis
- Innovation, Product and Service Development
- Information Systems in Operations
- Inventory Management
- Lean and Agile Operations
- Logistics Management and Physical Distribution
- Managing Change in Operations
- Managing Inter-firm Relationships in Supply Chains
- Managing the Operations Interface within Organisations
- Mass Customization
- Negotiations and conflicts in decentralized supply networks
- Next generation operations
- Operations Innovation
- Operations Management in Regional Economies
- Operations in the Public Sector
- Operations Planning, Scheduling and Control
- Operations Risk Management and Resilience
- Operations Strategy
- Performance Measurement and Management
- Plant Location, Design and Layout
- Project Management
- Purchasing and Procurement
- Reliability and Maintenance
- Retail Operations
- Revenue Management in Operations
- Sales & Operation Planning
- Service Operations Management
- Supply Chain Management
- Supply Network Design
- Sustainability in Operations and Logistics (including CSR)
- Total Quality Management, Kaizen and Six Sigma
- Technology Management in Operations
- Teaching and Learning in Operations Management (incl. Cases, Games and Simulations)
- Design for Supply Chain
- Digital transformation of supply chains
- Intervention-based research
- OSCM of social enterprises
- Paradoxes in OSCM research
- Sustainability transition
Best Paper Awards
Section to be updated soon.