Books & Monographs

  1. Anderson, Edward G. and Nitin R. Joglekar (2012). The Innovation Butterfly: Managing Emergent Opportunities and Risks during Distributed Innovation. Springer-Verlag. Research monograph for the “Springer Studies in Complexity Science” series. Preview at SSRN. Preview appeared on Entrepreneurship & Marketing eJournal Top 10 List in December 2011.

  2. Anderson, Mary Ann, Edward G. Anderson Jr., and Geoffrey G. Parker (2013)Operations Management for Dummies. Wiley.

Research Articles

Published and Forthcoming Journal Articles

  1. Anderson, Edward G., Aravind Chandrasekaran, Alison Davis-Blake, and Geoffrey G. Parker (2016). "Managing the Distributed Knowledge Work: Integration Strategies for Language and Geographic Barriers."  Forthcoming at Information Systems Research.

  2. Davies, Jane, Nitin Joglekar, and Edward G. Anderson (2016). The Role of Industry Studies and Public Policies in Production and Operations Management. Forthcoming in Production and Operations Management.

  3. Anderson, Edward G. Jr., Geoffrey G. Parker, and Burcu Tan (2014). Platform Feature Investment in the Presence of 3rd-Party Developer and Consumer Externalities.” Information Systems Research 25 (1): 152-172.

  4. Anderson, Edward G. and Kyle Lewis (2014). A Dynamic Model of Individual and Group Learning Amid Disruption.” Organization Science 25 (2): 356-376.

  5. Anderson, Edward G., Jr. and Geoffrey G. Parker (2013). Integration and Cospecialization of Emerging Complementary Technologies by Startups.” Production and Operations Management, 22(6): 1356-73.

  6. Joglekar, Nitin R., Edward G. Anderson, and Ganesan Shankaranarayanan (2013). Accuracy of Data in Distributed Project Settings: Model, Analysis and Implications.” ACM Journal of Data and Information Quality, 4(3): 13-34.

  7. Anderson, Edward G. Jr. and Geoffrey G. Parker (2013). Integration of Global Knowledge Networks.” Production and Operations Management, 22(6): 1446-63.

  8. Amaral, Jason, Anderson, Edward G. Jr. and Geoffrey G. Parker (2011). Putting It Together: How to Succeed in Distributed Product Development. Sloan Management Review, 52 (2), 51-58.

  9. Anderson, Edward G. Jr. (2011). A Dynamic Model of Counterinsurgency Policy including Intelligence, Public Security, Popular Support, and Insurgent Experience. System Dynamics Review, 27 (2): 111-41.

  10. Tan, Burcu, Edward G. Anderson Jr., James S. Dyer, and Geoffrey G. Parker (2010). Evaluating System Dynamics Models of Risky Projects Using Decision Trees: Alternative Energy Projects as an Illustrative Example.” System Dynamics Review, 26 (1): 1-17. Most downloaded System Dynamics Review article of 2010 at 1400+ downloads.

  11. Ritchie-Dunham, James L., Douglas J. Morrice, Edward G. Anderson, Jr., and James S. Dyer (2007). “A Simulation Exercise to Illustrate the Impact of an Enterprise System on a Service Supply Chain.” INFORMS Transactions on Education, 7(3).

  12. Anderson, Edward G. Jr. (2007). “A Proof-of-Concept Model for Evaluating Insurgency Management Policies Using the System Dynamics Methodology.” Strategic Insights, 6 (5), e-journal, permanent web location: http://www.ccc.nps.navy.mil/si/. Invited article.

  13. Anderson, Edward G., and Douglas J. Morrice (2006). Stochastic Optimal Control of Centralized Staffing and Backlog Policies in a Two-Stage Customized Service Supply Chain.” Production and Operations Management, 15 (2): 263-278.

  14. Anderson, Edward G., Douglas J. Morrice, and Gary Lundeen (2005). The ‘Physics’ of Service Supply Chains.” System Dynamics Review, 21 (3): 217-247.

  15. Anderson, Edward G. and Nitin Joglekar (2005). A Hierarchical Modeling Framework for Product Development Planning.” Production and Operations Management, 14 (3): 344-361.

  16. Fitzsimmons, James, Edward G. Anderson Jr., Douglas J. Morrice, and G. Edward Powell (2004). “Service Chain Management.” International Journal of Services Technology and Management 5 (3): 221-232.

  17. Anderson, Edward G., and Geoffrey G. Parker (2002). The Effect of Learning on the Make/Buy Decision. Production and Operations Management 11 (3): 313-339. *Parker, Geoffrey G., and Edward G. Anderson Jr. (2002) From Buyer to Integrator: The Transformation of the Supply Chain Manager in the Vertically Disintegrating Firm.” Production and Operations Management 11 (1): 75-91.

  18. Anderson, Edward G. (2001). The Non-Stationary Staff Planning Problem with Business Cycle and Learning Effects.” Management Science 47 (6): 817-832.

  19. Anderson, Edward G. (2001). Managing the Impact of High Market Growth and Learning on Knowledge Worker Productivity and Service Quality.” European Journal of Operational Research 134 (3): 508-524.

  20. Anderson, Edward G., and Douglas J. Morrice (2000). A Simulation Game for Service-Oriented Supply Chain Management: Does Information Sharing Help Managers with Service Capacity Decisions? Production and Operations Management 9 (1): 40-55.

  21. Anderson, Edward G., Charles H. Fine, and Geoffrey G. Parker (2000). Upstream Volatility in the Supply Chain: The Machine Tool Industry as a Case Study.” Production and Operations Management 9 (3): 239-261.

Refereed Proceedings

  1.  Anderson, Edward G., Shi Ying Lim, Nitin R. Joglekar (2017). "Are More Frequent Releases Always Better? Dynamics of Pivoting, Scaling, and the Minimum Viable Product" 2017 Hawaii Conference on Social Systems.

  2. Joglekar, Nitin R. and Edward G. Anderson Jr. (2009). “Global Talent Management—Challenges of Attrition, Productivity and Non-Linear Growth Decision Sciences in Global Enterprise Management.” Plenary presentation at Decision Sciences in Global Enterprise Management, Bombay, India.

  3. Anderson, E.G. (2007). "An initial simulation model for aiding policy analysis in urban insurgencies." Proceedings of the 2007 Winter Simulation Conference: 1168-1176.

  4. Morrice, Douglas J., Edward G. Anderson, and Saurav Bharadwag (2004). “A Simulation Study to Assess The Efficacy of Linear Control Theory Models for the Coordination of a Two-Stage Customized Service Supply Chain.” Proceedings of the 2002 Winter Simulation Conference.

  5. Anderson, Edward G. and Douglas J. Morrice. (2002). “Capacity and Backlog Management in Queuing-Based Supply Chains.” In Proceedings of the 2002 Winter Simulation Conference edited by Chun Hung Chen, Jane L. Snowden, and John M. Charnes, pp. 1302-1305.

  6. Ritchie-Dunham, James, Edward G. Anderson, Douglas J. Morrice, and Judy Scott. (2000). “A Strategic Supply Chain Simulation Model.” In Proceedings of the 2000 Winter Simulation Conference edited by Jeffrey A. Joins, Russell Barton, Keebom Kang, and Paul A. Fishwick, pp. 1260-1264.

  7. Anderson, Edward G., and Douglas J. Morrice (1999). “A Simulation Model to Study the Dynamics in a Service-Oriented Supply Chain.” In Proceedings of the 1999 Winter Simulation Conference edited by Philip A. Farrington, Harriett B. Nembhard, David T. Sturrock, and Gerald W. Evans, pp. 742-748.

Book Chapters and Other Publications

  1. Anderson, Edward G. Jr., Burcu Tan Erciyes (2015). “Using System Dynamics and Decision Trees to Value Managerial Options: Valuation of Capital Investment Projects as an Illustrative Example.” To appear in Analytical Methods for Dynamic Modelers (tentative title), edited by N. Osgood, R. Oliva, and H. Rahmandad. MIT Press: Cambridge, MA.

  2. Anderson, Edward G. Jr. and Nitin R. Joglekar (2007). “Chasing the Innovation ‘Butterfly’ with Systems Thinking.”  The Systems Thinker (practitioner journal for system dynamics), 18 (9): 7-9.

  3. Anderson, Edward G. Jr., Alison Davis-Blake, S. Sinan Erzurumlu, Nitin R. Joglekar, and Geoffrey G. Parker (2007). “The Effects of Outsourcing, Offshoring, and Distributed Product Development Organization on Coordinating the NPD Process.” Handbook of New Product Development edited by C. Loch and S. Kavadias, pp. 269-290. Oxford, UK: Butterworth-Heinemann.

  4. Joglekar, Nitin R., Nalin Kulatilaka, and Edward G. Anderson Jr. (2007). “Hierarchical Planning under Uncertainty: Real Options and Heuristics.” Handbook of New Product Development edited by C. Loch and S. Kavadias, pp. 291-314. Oxford, UK: Butterworth-Heinemann.

  5. Parker, Geoffrey G., and Edward G. Anderson (2002). “Supply Chain Integration: Putting Humpty-Dumpty Back Together Again.” In Future Directions in Supply Chain and Technology Management, edited by Tonya Boone and Ram Ganeshan, pp. 352-376. AMACOM Press.

  6. Anderson, Edward G., and Mary Ann Anderson (2000). “Are Your Decisions Today Creating Your Future Competitors? Avoiding the Outsourcing Trap.” The Systems Thinker (practitioner journal for system dynamics), September 2000: pp. 1-5.

  7. Anderson, Edward G. and Charles H. Fine (1998). “Business Cycles and Productivity in Capital Equipment Supply Chains.” In Quantitative Models for Supply Chain Management. Sridhar Tayur, Michael Magazine, and Ram Ganeshan (eds.), pp. 381-415. Kluwer Press.

Working Papers

  1. Anderson, Edward G., Kyle Lewis, G.T. Ozer (2016) “Combining Modeling Methodologies to Study Organization Science: A Hybrid System Dynamics, Agent-Based, and Social Network Model of Team Performance.” Under revision for System Dynamics Review.

  2. Anderson, Edward G. Jr., Xiaoyue Jiang, Geoffrey G. Parker, and Burcu Tan (2016). “Dynamic Control of Partial Outsourcing for Project Management.” Under revision for Production and Operations Management.

  3. Ozer, G.T., Jeffrey Martin, Edward G. Anderson (2016). “Sensing and seizing opportunities in rival product-markets without rivals’ consent: Is resistance futile in multi-sided digital platform markets?” Submitted to Academy of Management Annual Meeting.

  4. Edward G. Jr., Geoffrey G. Parker, and Burcu Tan (2016). “Platform Pricing and Investment to Drive Third Party Value Creation in Two-Sided Networks.” Under revision for Information Systems Research  in Fall 2016.

  5. Anderson, Edward G., Alison Davis-Blake, and Geoffrey G. Parker (2004). Managing Outsourced Product Design: The Effectiveness of Alternative Integration Mechanisms. Presented at the 2004 Academy of Management Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana.