David Hwang, PhD
Supply Chain Management

David Hwang

Office:
Grove Hall 117
Phone: (717) 477-1775
E-mail:DHwang@ship.edu
Office Hours and Teaching Schedule

Associate professor – Finance and Supply Chain Management Department

Academic Degrees
PhD (Manufacturing and Technology Management) – University of Toledo (2011)
MBA (Information Systems) – University of Toledo (2005)
MS (Urban Engineering-Transportation) – Hanyang University (1997)
BS (Urban Engineering) – Hanyang University (1995)

Research Areas

Supply Chain Management, Logistics, Warehousing and Distribution Systems, Information Systems (ERP), Lean Practices in Health Care  

Teaching Areas 

SCM 330 Supply Chain and Operations Management, SCM410 Distribution Systems in Supply Chains, SCM 380 Data Mining for Supply Chain management, SCM390 Strategic Warehouse Management, MBA 577 Supply Chain Management, SCM200 Statistical Applications in Business

Recent Publications

Peer Reviewed Journal Publications

Lean practices for quality results: case illustration, International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, Vol. 27 No.8, 2014, pp. 729-741.

Assessing the impact of ERP on supplier performance, Industrial Management & Data Systems, Vol. 113 Issue 7, 2013, pp.1025 – 1047.

The impact of ERP implementation on organizational capabilities and performance, Benchmarking: An International Journal (BIJ), Vol. 19 Issue 4, 2012, pp. 618 – 633.

Role of Mutual Trust and Information Quality in Supply Chain Management: An Empirical Study of Korean Steel Industry, International Journal of Business Excellence (IJBEX), Vol.5 No.5, 2012, pp.575-597.

Operational Capabilities and Performance toward Global Supply Chain: An Overview of Korean Manufacturing and Service Firms, International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management, Vol. 8 No.2. 2011, pp.183-197.

High Speed Transportation Corridor: A Conceptual Framework, International Journal of Services and Operations Management, Vol. 8 No.3. 2011, pp.347-364.

Suppliers Support of manufacturers for Supply Chain Integration: A Case study of Korean Hyundai-Kia firms, International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management,Vol.9 No.2, 2011, pp.238-250.

Global Supply Chain Strategy: a Chinese Market Perspective. Journal of Enterprise Information Management, Vol. 19 No.3, 2006, pp.320-333.

Selected Conference Proceedings

The Impact of Organizational Shared Values on Information Technology and Organizational Capabilities, The 2014 DSI Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL, Nov. 22-25, 2014.

The Role of Organizational Shared Values on ERP Implementation and Competitive Capabilities: An Empirical Study of Korean Firms, The Sixth Annual Global Supply Chain Conference, Detroit, MI, Sep. 26-28, 2013.

Improving Quality through the Lean Practice: A Case Study of a Hospital, National DSI, Nov. 2011

The Impact of ERP Implementation on Business Strategy and Organizational Capabilities and Performance, 4th international symposium and workshop on global supply chains, Madrid, Spain, Sep. 22-24, 2010

Role of Mutual Trust and Information Quality in Supply Chain Management: An Empirical Study of Korean Steel Industry, Midwest DSI, April, 2010

The Impact of ERP Implementation on Organizational Capabilities, National DSI, Nov. 2009

High Speed Transportation Corridor: A Conceptual Framework, 3rd international symposium and workshop on global supply chains, Jan. 6-7, 2009

Suppliers Support of manufacturers for Supply Chain Integration: A Case study of Korean Hyundai-Kia firms, 3rd international symposium and workshop on global supply chains, Jan. 6-7, 2009 

The Antecedents of ERP Adoption: Using Secondary Data, National DSI, Nov. 2008.

Operational Capabilities and Performance toward Global Supply Chain: An Overview of Korean Manufacturing and Service Firms, , Fifth Annual International Symposium on Supply Chain Management, October 17-19, 2007, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

The impact of ERP implementation on Organizational and Supply chain Capabilities, National DSI, Nov. 2007

Effective Health Care Management Practices: An Independent Community Hospital Perspective” (in Toronto, Canada, October 4-6, 2006).

A Comparative Study of Four Types of Supply Chain Management: Efficient, Responsive, Resilient and Green Supply Chain, 4th International Symposium on Supply Chain Management (Sep. 2006)

Global Supply Chain Strategy: From a China Market Perspective, The Second Annual Symposium on Supply Chain Management, September 29-October 1, 2006, Toronto, Canada.