Enno Siemsen, PhD is an Assistant Professor in Supply Chain and Operations in the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota. He teaches courses such as ‘Project Management’ and ‘Global Operations Strategy’ in the MBA and Executive MBA programs, and also teaches in customized Executive Education programs. He received the Alumni Association Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching at the College of Business at the University of Illinois. He is a member of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences, as well as the Production and Operations Management Society. He currently serves as a senior editor for the Production and Operations Management Journal, and as an associate editor for the Journal of Operations Management and the Decision Sciences Journal. His research currently focuses on the organization of new product development processes and on human judgment in demand planning and forecasting; his research papers have been published in leading outlets such as Management Science, Organization Science and Manufacturing & Service Operations Management. Before becoming an academic, Enno worked for a global management consultancy in Munich, Germany, and for an electronics manufacturer in Shenzhen, China.
Anand, G., J. Gray, E. Siemsen. " Decay, Shock, and Renewal: Operational Routines and Process Entropy in the Pharmaceutical Industry." Forthcoming at Organization Science.
Kremer, M., B. Moritz, E. Siemsen. 2011. "Demand Forecasting Behavior: System Neglect and Change Detection." Management Science, 57(10): 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(6): 1042-1054.
Siemsen, E., A. Roth, P. Oliveira. 2009. "Common Method Bias in Regression Models With Linear, Quadratic, and Interaction Effects." Organizational Research Methods, 13(3): 456-476
Siemsen, E., Roth, A., Balasubramanian, S. and G. Anand. 2008. "The Influence of Pshchological Safety and Confidence on Employee Knowledge Sharing." Manufacturing and Service Operations Management, 11(3): 429-447.
Siemsen, E. 2008. "The Hidden Perils of Career Concerns in R&D Organizations." Management Science, 54(5): 863-877 [Lead Article].
Siemsen, E., Roth, A. and S. Balasubramanian. 2008. "How Motivation, Opportunity and Ability Drive Knowledge Sharing: The Constraining Factor Model." Journal of Operations Management, 26(3): 426-445.
Siemsen, E., Balasubramanian, S. and A. Roth. 2007. "Incentives that Induce Task-Related Effort, Helping and Knowledg Sharing in Workgroups." Management Science, 53 (10): 1533-1550.
Scholarly and Professional Service
Vice President (2011-2012), INFORMS Behavioral Operations Management Section
Co-Program Chair for Mini Conference (November 2011), POM College of Product Innovation and Technology Management