Wisconsin School of Business

Enno Siemsen

Executive Director of the Erdman Center for Operations & Technology Management

Professor - Erdman Center for Operations and Technology Management, Operations & Information Management
Procter & Gamble Bascom Professor

Professor Enno Siemsen teaches courses in Operations Management, Sales & Operations Planning, Project Management and Global Operations Strategy. He also teaches in customized Executive Education Programs. His expertise is in the fields of forecasting, sales & operations planning, operations strategy, product development, and project management. Siemsen is a member of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences as well as the Production and Operations Management Society. His research currently focuses on quality inspections & improvement and on human judgment in sales & operations planning processes. Siemsen has been published in leading outlets such as Management Science, Organization Science, Journal of Operations Management, Strategic Management Journal and Manufacturing & Service Operations Management. He currently serves as a department editor for the Production and Operations Management Journal and as an associate editor for the Journal of Operations Management and Decision Sciences.
 

Selected Accepted Journal Articles


Ball, G. & Siemsen, E. & Shah, R. (2017). Do Plant Inspections Predict Future Quality? The Role of Investigator Experience. Manufacturing & Service Operations Management
Dhanokar, S. & Siemsen, E. & Linderman, K. (2017). Promoting Change from the Outside: Directing Managerial Attention in the Implementation of Environmental Improvements. Management Science
Ben-Ner, A. & Siemsen, E. (2016). Decentralization and Localization of Production: The Organizational and Economic Consequences of Additive Manufacturing. California Management Review
Lee, Y. & Siemsen, E. (2016). Task Decomposition and Newsvendor Decision Making. Management Science

Selected Published Journal Articles


Jones-Christensen, L. & Siemsen, E. & Branzei, O. & Viswanathan, M. (2017). Response pattern analysis: Assuring data integrity in extreme research settings. Strategic Management Journal (38), 471-482.
Kor, Y. & Mahoney, J. & Siemsen, E. & Tan, D. (2016). Penrose's The Theory of the Growth of the Firm: An Exemplar of Engaged Scholarship. Production and Operations Management (25), 1727-1744.
Kremer, M. & Siemsen, E. & Thomas, D. (2016). The Sum and it’s Parts: Judgmental Hierarchical Forecasting. Management Science (62), 2745-2764.
Seifert, M. & Eisingerich, A. & Hadida, A. & Siemsen, E. (2015). Effective Judgmental Forecasting in the Context of Fashion Products. Journal of Operations Management (36), 33-45.
Jones-Christensen, L. & Siemsen, E. & Balasubramanian, S. (2015). Consumer behavior change at the Base of the Pyramid: Bridging the gap between for-profit and social-responsibility strategies. Strategic Management Journal (36), 307-317.
Moritz, B. & Kremer, M. & Siemsen, E. (2014). Judgmental Forecasting: Cognitive Reflection and Decision Speed. Production and Operations Management (23), 1146-1160.
Croson, R. & Schultz, K. & Siemsen, E. & Yeo, L. (2013). Behavioral operations: The state of the field. Journal of Operations Management (31), 1-5.
Anand, G. & Gray, J. & Siemsen, E. (2012). Decay, Shock, and Renewal: Process Entropy and Quality Control in the Pharmaceutical Industry. Organization Science (23), 1700-1816.
Siemsen, E. (2011). The usefulness of behavioral laboratory experiments. Journal of Supply Chain Management (47), 17-18.
Kremer, M. & Moritz, B. & Siemsen, E. (2011). Demand Forecasting Behavior: System Neglect and Change Detection. Management Science (57), 1827-1843.
Katok, E. & Siemsen, E. (2011). Why Genius Leads to Adversity: Experimental Evidence on the Reputational Effects of Task Difficulty Choices. Management Science (57), 1042-1054.
Siemsen, E. & Roth, A. & Oliveira, P. (2009). Common Method Bias in Regression Models with Linear, Quadratic, and Interaction Effects. Operational Research Methods (13), 456-476.
Siemsen, E. & Roth, A. & Balasubramanian, S. & Anand, G. (2009). The Influence of Psychological Safety and Confidence on Employee Knowledge Sharing. Manufacturing & Service Operations Management (11), 429-447.
Donohue, K. & Siemsen, E. (2009). Behavioral operations: Applications in supply chain management. Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science
Siemsen, E. & Roth, A. & Balasubramanian, S. (2008). How Motivation, Opportunity and Ability Drive Knowledge Sharing: The Constraining Factor Model. Journal of Operations Management (26), 426-445.
Siemsen, E. (2008). The Hidden Perils of Career Concerns in R&D Organizations. Management Science (54), 863-877.
Siemsen, E. & Bollen, K. (2007). LAD: An Alternative Estimator for Structural Equation Models. Sociological Methods and Research (36), 227-265.
Siemsen, E. (2007). Incentives that Induce Task-Related Effort, Helping and Knowledge Sharing in Workgroups. Management Science (53), 1533-1550.

Selected Submitted Journal Articles


Lee, Y. & Seo, Y. & Siemsen, E. (2017). Running Behavioral Experiments using Amazon's Mechanical Turk. Production and Operations Management

Learning/Teaching Oriented Publications


Kolassa, S. & Siemsen, E. (2016). Demand Forecasting for Managers.

Editorial and Reviewing Activities


Production and Operations Management - Since January 2013
Editor

Production and Operations Management - January 2011 - December 2013
Editor

Journal of Operations Management - January 2011 - December 2013
Special Issue Editor

Journal of Operations Management - Since January 2010
Associate Editor

Production and Operations Management - Since January 2010
Editor

Decision Sciences Journal - Since January 2010
Associate Editor

Management Science - January 2009 - December 2010
Associate Editor

Production and Operations Management - January 2007 - December 2013
Editor


Photograph of Enno Siemsen

Enno Siemsen

Executive Director of the Erdman Center for Operations & Technology Management
 
Professor | Erdman Center for Operations and Technology Management, Operations & Information Management
Procter & Gamble Bascom Professor
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