Glen Schmidt

Department Chair

Department of Operations and Information Systems, Master of Healthcare Administration

Faculty, Tenure Track

Glen Schmidt focuses on New Product Development and Supply Chain Management. His research and teaching have won numerous awards at INFORMS, POM, and the DESB.

Glen Schmidt’s research interests include product innovation, new product development, and supply chain management. He has worked inside and/or studied firms in various industries including high-tech, heavy-duty equipment, automotive, and oil. Both his research and teaching materials have been recognized for their excellence by the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS).

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Education

Ph.D. 1998, Operations in Information and Technology, Stanford University
MS 1977, Engineering, Kansas State University
BA 1976, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Bethel College

Honors & Awards

Outstanding Teaching Brief. Decision Sciences Institute, 11/2015
Leadership in Ethics Education Award. David Eccles School of Business, 05/2014
Excellence in Teaching Award. National Society of Leadership and Success, 04/2013
First Runner-up for Skinner Best Paper Award. Production and Operations Management Society, 03/2012
Faculty President. David Eccles School of Business, 01/2012
Best Paper Award Finalist, M&SOM Journal. Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences, 2010
Best Paper Award Finalist, Journal of Product Innovation Management. PDMA, 2010
Brady Superior Teaching Award. David Eccles School of Business, 2010
Doctoral Faculty Teaching Excellence Award. David Eccles School, 2009
President, College of Product Innovation and Technology Management. POM, 05/01/2010
Service award (Editor of POMS Chronicle). Production and Operations Management Society, 2008
INFORM-ED Best Case Finalist (Encroachment case). Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences, 2004
INFORM-ED Best Case Finalist (Benihana-A New Look at an Old Classic). Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences, 2004
Nominee for MBA Distinguished Teaching Award. McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University, 2003
Nicholson Award Finalist. Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences, 1999
Jaedicke Fellowship (highest level of scholarly performance). Stanford Business School, 1995

Teaching

OIS 3660-090 Operations Mgt
OIS 6060-001 Operations Mgt I
OIS 6062-001 Operations Mgt
OIS 6160-011 Operations Management
OIS 6160-31 Operations Management
OIS 6620-001 Supply Chain Mgt
OIS 7910-003 Special Study for Ph.D.
OIS 7970-001 Thesis Research Ph.D.
OIS 3660-003 Operations Mgt
OIS 6062-010 Operations Mgt
OIS 7910-001 Special Study for Ph.D.
OIS 7910-002 Special Study for Ph.D.
OIS 7970-001 Thesis Research Ph.D.
OIS 3660-006 Operations Mgt
OIS 6061-001 Operations Mgt II
OIS 6160-013 Operations Management
OIS 7970-001 Thesis Research Ph.D.

Publications

Lee, Hau & Glen Schmidt (2016). Using Value Chains to Enhance Innovation. Production and Operations Management. Discipline based – refereed, Revise/resubmit(2), 01/2016.

Jin, Ming, Glen Schmidt & Nicole DeHoratius (2016). In Search of Intra-Echelon Bullwhips. Targeted at Production and Operations Management. Discipline based – refereed, In progress, 01/2016.

Schmidt, Glen, Ming Jin & Nicole DeHoratius (2016). Want to Reduce the Bullwhip? Measure It. Here’s How. Targeted at Journal of Business Logistics. Discipline based – refereed, In progress, 01/2016.

Kamrad, Bardia, Glen Schmidt & Sezer Ulku (2016). Modularity: An Unfilled Promise? Or Your Company’s Future?. California Management Review. Discipline based – refereed, Revise/resubmit(1), 01/2016.

Schmidt, Glen, Bo Van der Rhee & Weiyu Tsai (2015). Hold safety inventory before, at, or after the fan-out point?. Production and Operations Management. Discipline based – refereed, Revise/resubmit(3), 12/2015.

Girard-Carrier, Francois & Glen Schmidt (2015). Learning in the Fast Lane: The Freeway Game. Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education. Teaching – refereed, Published, 12/2015.

Sampson, Scott, Glen Schmidt, Joseph Van Orden & Scott Gardner (2015). Process coordination within a healthcare services supply network. Journal of Business Logistics. Vol. 36(4). Discipline based – refereed, Published, 12/2015.

Wang, Chunlin, Glen Schmidt & Bo Van der Rhee (2015). Using Stage-Gate Contracts to Screen an Agent with Inside Information in New Product Development Projects. Production and Operations Management. Discipline based – refereed, In progress, 06/2015.

Jin, Ming, Glen Schmidt & Nicole DeHoratius (2015). Trade Promotions and their Consequences. Journal of Marketing. Discipline based – refereed, In progress, 06/2015.

Wang, Chunlin, Glen Schmidt & Bo Van der Rhee (2015). Stage-Gate Contracts to Screen Agents with Inside Information. Decision Sciences. Discipline based – refereed, Submitted, 06/2015.

Van der Rhee, Bo, Glen Schmidt, Jack A.A. van der Veen & V. Venugopal (2014). Revenue Sharing Contracts Across an Extended Supply Chain. Business Horizons. Vol. 57(4). Discipline based – refereed, Published, 12/2014.

Schmidt, Glen & Bo Van der Rhee (2013). How to Position Your Innovation in the Marketplace. Sloan Management Review. Vol. 55(2). Discipline based – refereed, Published, 06/2013.

Glen Schmidt, Bo Van der Rhee & Joseph Van Orden (2012). High-end Encroachment Patterns of New Products. Journal of Product Innovation Management. Vol. 29 (5). Discipline based – refereed, Published, 09/2012.

Sezer Ulku, Claudiu Dimofte & Glen Schmidt (2012). Customer Valuation of Modularly Upgradeable Products. Management Science. Vol. 58 (9), 1761-1776. Published, 09/2012.

Glen Schmidt, Sezer Uklu & Bardia Kamrad (2012). Analyzing Product Architecture under Technological Change: Modular Upgradeability Tradeoffs. IEEE Transactions on Engrg Mgt. Discipline based – refereed, Accepted, 06/2012.

Van Orden, Joseph, Bo Van der Rhee & Glen Schmidt (2011). Encroachment Patterns of the ‘Best Products’ from the Last Decade. Journal of Product Innovation Management. Vol. 28(5), 726-43. Discipline based – refereed, Published, 09/2011.

Ülkü, Sezer & Schmidt, Glen (2011). Matching Product Architecture and Supply Chain Configuration. Production and Operations Management. Vol. 20(1), 16-31. Discipline based – refereed, Published, 01/2011.

Kyle Cattani, & Ely Dahan, Glen Schmidt. (2010) Lower Cost May not Lower Total Cost: Using Spackling to Smooth Mass-Customized Production. Production and Operations Management. 19 (5), 531-545. Discipline based – refereed, Published, 11/2010.

Schmidt, G., & Cheryl Druehl, Gilvan Souza. (2009). Optimal pace of product updates. European Journal of Operational Research. Discipline based – refereed, Published, 01/2009.

Schmidt, G.(2008). TIRP: 4 supply chain management principles that might have averted the need for TARP. POMS Chronicle. 15, 2. Discipline based – other, Published, 12/2008.
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GLEN M SCHMIDT, & Kyle Cattani and Ely Dahan. (2008) Tailored capacity: Speculative and reactive fabrication of fashion goods. International Journal of Production Economics. Discipline based – refereed, Published, 08/2008.

Schmidt, G., & Cheryl Druehl. (2008). A Strategy for Opening a New Market and Encroaching on the Low End of an Existing Market. Production and Operations Management. Discipline based – refereed, Published, 2008.

Schmidt, G., & Cheryl Druehl. (2008). When is a disruptive innovation disruptive?. Journal of Product Innovation Management. Discipline based – refereed, Published, 2008.

Schmidt, G., & Weiuy Tsai, Rohit Verma. (2007). New Service Development. Elsevier. Discipline based – other, Published, 2007.

Schmidt, G., & Gerard Cachon, Taylor Randall. (2007). In search of the bullwhip effect. Manufacturing and Service Operations Management. Discipline based – refereed, Published, 2007.

Schmidt, G., & Cheryl Druehl. (2005). Changes in product attributes as drivers of new product diffusion and substitution. Production and Operations Management. 14 (3), 272-285. Discipline based – refereed, Published, 2005.

Schmidt, G.(2005). China: A country of contrasts and contradictions. Production and Operations Management Society Chronicle. Practice – other, Other, 2005.

Schmidt, G., & Kyle Cattani. (2005). The pooling principle. INFORMS Transactions on Education. 5 (2). Teaching – refereed, Published, 2005.

Schmidt, G., & Jan Van Mieghem. (2005). Seagate Quantum: Encroachment strategies. INFORMS Transactions on Education. 5 (2). Teaching – refereed, Published, 2005.

Schmidt, G.(2005). The OM triangle. Operations Management Education Review. 1 (1), 87-104. Teaching – refereed, Published, 2005.

Schmidt, G., & Ricardo Ernst. (2005). Benihana: A new look at an old classic. Operations Management Education Review. 1 (1), 5-28. Teaching – refereed, Published, 2005.

Schmidt, G.(2005). Newsvendor problem. (pp. 189-190). The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Management Vol. X (Operations Management). Practice – refereed, Other, 2005.

Schmidt, G., & Kyle Cattani, Ely Dahan. (2005). Offshoring versus “spackling”. (pp. 6-7). Sloan Management Review. Practice – other, Published, 2005.

Schmidt, G.(2004). Low-end and high-end encroachment strategies. International Journal of Innovation Management. 8 (2), 167-191. Practice – refereed, Published, 2004.

Schmidt, G., & Evan Porteus. (2000). Sustaining technology leadership can require both cost competence and innovative competence. Manufacturing and Service Operations Management. 2 (1), 1-18. Practice – refereed, Published, 2000.

Schmidt, G., & Evan Porteus. (2000). The impact of an integrated marketing and manufacturing innovation. Manufacturing and Service Operations Management. 2 (4), 1-21. Practice – refereed, Published, 2000.

Presentations

Chunlin Wang, & Krishnan Anand. (2012) Stage Gate Contracts for New Product Development. Conference Paper, Presented, 10/2012.

Sezer Ulku, & Claudiu Dimofte. (2012) Customer Valuation of Modularly Upgradeable Products. Conference Paper, Presented, 06/2012.

Chunlin Wang, & Krishnan Anand. (2012) NPD Projects: The Role of Stage Gate Contracts. Conference Paper, Presented, 05/2012.

GLEN M SCHMIDT, & Joseph Van Orden, Pascal Briot. (2011) Is Integrated Health Care Better than a Modular Treatment Regimen?. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 09/10/2011.

GLEN M SCHMIDT, & Sezer Ulku, Cladiu Dimofte. (2011) How to get a hit in spite of facing two strikes. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 09/2011.

GLEN M SCHMIDT, & Pascal Briot, Joseph Van Orden. (2011) Integrating Mental Health Care: (When) is it Desirable?. Conference Paper, Presented, 06/2011.

GLEN M SCHMIDT, & Bo Van der Rhee, Weiyu Tsai. (2011) Place the Push-pull Point Prior To or Past the Fan-out Point?. Conference Paper, Presented, 04/2011.

GLEN M SCHMIDT, & Sezer Ulku, Vishal Agrawal. (2011) The Role of Product Architecture in Green Product Design. Conference Paper, Presented, 04/2011.

GLEN M SCHMIDT (2011) Product modularity: Customer and firm responses. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 03/2011.

Sezer Ulku, & Vishal Agrawal, Bardia Kamrad, Glen Schmidt. (2010) Managing E-waste and the Pace of Innovation through Product Modularity. Conference Paper, Presented, 10/15/2010.

GLEN M SCHMIDT, & Joseph Van Orden, Pascal Briot. (2010) Mental Health Outcomes under Integrated and Modular Treatment Regimens. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 09/13/2010.

Sezer Ulku, & Claudiu Demofte, Glen Schmidt. (2010) Product Modularity and Consumer Valuation of Upgradeable Products. Conference Paper, Presented, 05/01/2010.

Joseph Van Orden, & Glen Schmidt, Pascal Briot. (2010) Mental Health Integration – Improving Healthcare Through Process Integration. Conference Paper, Presented, 04/30/2010.

Bo Van der Rhee, & Glen Schmidt, Joseph Van Orden. (2010) High-end Encroachment Patterns of New Products. Conference Paper, Accepted, 04/30/2010.

Professional Service

Production and Operations Management Society. President, College of Product Innovation and Technology Management. 05/01/2010 – 05/01/2012

DESB Emma Eccles Jones Advisory Board. Board Member. 2007 – 2009

David Eccles School of Business. Role: Chair. Product and Service Innovation Conference, Co-organizer, 2008 Utah Product and Service Innovation Conference, Jointly sponsored by the Management and Marketing Departments at the David Eccles School of Business and attended by roughly 40 of the pre-eminent and emerging scholars in product and service innovation. 2007 – 2008

INFORMS. Role: Chair. Session Organizer, Organizing a session on “Product Modularity” for the upcoming INFORMS meeting, Seattle, WA, Nov. 2007. 2007 – 2007

Production and Operations Management Society. Role: Treasurer. College of Product Innovation and Technology Management, Treasurer-elect, College of Product Innovation and Technology Management, Production and Operations Management Society, 2007-8. 05/01/2007 – 05/01/2009

Production and Operations Management Society. Role: Chair. Wickham Skinner Teaching Innovation Award Committee, Chair, Wickham Skinner Award Committee on Teaching Innovation, Production and Operations Management Society, 2007-8. 05/01/2007 – 05/01/2008

Organizer, Utah Winter Operations Conference. 03/2011 – present. Department service.

David Eccles School of Business, Emma Eccles Jones Advisory Board – Faculty representative, Emma Eccles Jones Advisory Board, David Eccles School of Business (DESB). Member, 09/2007 – 08/2008. College service.

National Advisory Board, Business, and Medicine Committee – Member, Business, and Medicine Committee, National Advisory Board, David Eccles School of Business. 2006-present. Member, 2006 – present. College service.

David Eccles School of Business, Product and Service Innovation Conference – Co-organizer, 2007 Utah Product and Service Innovation Conference, Jointly sponsored by the Management and Marketing Departments at the David Eccles School of Business and attended by roughly 40 of the pre-eminent and emerging scholars in product and service innovation. Chair, 2006 – 2007. Department service.

Co-organizer, Product and Service Innovation Conference. 06/2006 – present. College service.

David Eccles School of Business, MBA Committee. Member, 2005 – present. College service.