Dr. Thomas Ngniatedema

Thomas Ngniatedema
Title: 
Assistant Professor
Office Location: 
GSBM 574
Phone: 
443-885-3652
Email: 
thomas.ngniatedema@morgan.edu
Education:

PhD Kent State University - Information Systems, 2010/2011
MS  Clemson University - Industrial and Systems Engineering, , 2007

Education:

PhD Kent State University - Information Systems, 2010/2011
MS  Clemson University - Industrial and Systems Engineering, , 2007

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Thomas Ngniatedema is an Assistant Professor of Information Systems and Decision Sciences at Morgan State University. He holds a PhD in Information Systems from Kent State University. Dr Ngniatedema's areas of research are in Late Customization Strategies, Operations and Supply Chains analytics, Data-driven models and methods, Big Data & Analytics aspects of Healthcare, and sustainability.


Research Interests

Late Customization Strategies, Big Data & Analytics aspects of Healthcare,
Operations and Supply Chains analytics, Data-driven models and methods.

Recent Publications
PEER REVIEW JOURNAL ARTICLES:

[1] Ngniatedema, T., Fono, L.A., Dzati, R. K., & Mbondo, B. D. (2018), "Postponement and international transfer in Global Supply Chains." The International Journal of Business Performance and Supply Chain Modelling, 10(1) pp. 1-32.

[2] Chen, F., Ngniatedema, T. & Li, S. (2018), "A Cross-Country Comparison of Green Initiatives, Green Performance and Financial Performance." Management Decision, 56(5), 1008-1032.
[3] Li, S., Ngniatedema, T. & Chen, F. (2017), "Understanding the impact of green initiatives and green performance on financial performance in the US. Business Strategy & the Environment. 26(6), 776-790.
[4] Ngniatedema, T., Chen, L. & Guiffrida A. L. (2016): "A Modeling Framework for Improving Supply Chain Delivery Performance." International Journal of Business Performance and Supply Chain Modelling, 8(2), 79-96.
[5] Ngniatedema, T., Fono, L.A. & Mbondo, D. G. (2015): "A Delayed Product Customization Cost Model with Supplier Delivery Performance." European Journal of Operational Research, 243 (1), 109-119.
[6] Ngniatedema, T., Shanker, M., Hu, M., Guiffrida, L. A., & Pattuwo, E. (2015), "Late Customization Strategy with Service Levels Requirements." International Journal of Production Economics, 166(2015), 72-84.
[7] Illia, A., Ngniatedema, T. & Huang, Z. (2015), "A Conceptual Model for Mobile Banking Adoption." Journal of Management Information & Decision Sciences, 18(1), pp. 111-122.
[8] Ngniatedema, T., Li, S. & Illia, A. (2014), "Understanding the Impact of Green Operations on Organizational Performance: An Industry Sector Perspective." Environmental Quality Management, 24(1), 45-59.
[9] Ngniatedema, T. & Li, S. (2014), "Green Operations and Organizational Performance." International Journal of Business and Social Science, 5(3), 1-7.
[10] Ngniatedema, T. & Chakravarthy, S. R. (2013), A Stochastic Model for a Delayed Product Customization, IAPQR Transactions. Special Volume, pp. 1-15, 4/2013.
[11] Ngniatedema, T. (2012): "A Mass Customization Information Systems Architecture Framework." Journal of Computer Information Systems 52(3), 60-70.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS:

[1] Bushuev, M., Chen, L., Guiffrida, L. A., Ngniatedema, T., and Tania, Y. (2018), Modeling Improvement in Supply Chain Delivery Performance. Proceedings of 2018 MBAA Annual Conference, Chicago, March 27-30.
[2] Li, S., Ngniatedema, T. & Chen, F. (2016), "Understanding the impact of green initiatives and green performance on financial performance in the US." Proceeding of the North East Decision Sciences Institute Conference (NEDSI), 2016, March 31-April 2, Alexendria, Virginia.
[3] Ngniatedema, T., Veeramachaneni, S. & Raj, S. (2015), "Evaluation of Extreme Events FOSS Systems." Proceedings of the International Annual Conference on Business Research and Management Practices in Global Environment, April 2-3, 2015, San Diego, CA.
[4] Li, S., Ngniatedema, T. & Chen, F. (2015), "Does it Really Pay to be Green?." Proceeding of the 20th Asia Pacific Decision Sciences Institute Conference, 2015, 19-24 July, Hong Kong, China.
[5] Guiffrida, A. L., Ngniatedema , T. & Reday, P. A. (2015), Modeling Delivery Performance in Make-to-Order Supply Chains, Proceedings of the 2015 MWDSI, Ashland, OH, USA.
"BEST PAPER AWARD"
[6] Ngniatedema, T., Illia, A. & Huang, Z. (2014), "A Conceptual Model for Mobile Banking Adoption." Proceedings of the Academy of Business Research Conference, March 26-28, New Orleans, LA. "BEST PAPER AWARD"
[7] Ngniatedema T. & Guiffrida A. L. (2013), "A Generalized Discrete Model for Evaluating Supply Chain Delivery Performance". Proceedings of the International Conference on Management and Information Systems (ICMIS-2013), Bangkok, Thailand, September 22-24, 2013, 426-430.
[8] Li. S. & Ngniatedema, T. (2013), "Understanding the Impact of Green Operations on Organizational Performance: An Industry Sector Perspective", Proceedings of 2013 North East Decision Sciences Institutes Annual Conference (NEDSI), April 5-7, Brooklyn, NY.
[9] Guiffrida, A. L., Chen, L., Liang, H., Ngniatedema, T. & Tanai, Y. (2013), "Modeling Supply Chain Delivery Performance: A literature Review." Proceeding of the International Academy of Business and Economics (IABE), Las Vegas, NV, October 11-13, 13(3), 1-10.
[10] Ngniatedema, T. & Li S. (2012) "Green Operations and Organizational Performance". Proceedings of 2012 North East Decision Sciences Institutes Annual Conference (NEDSI), March 21-23, Newport, Rhode Island.
[11] Ngniatedema, T., Bushuev M. & Guiffrida A. L. (2012): "A Learning-Based Model for Evaluating Supply Chain Delivery Performance". Proceedings of 2012 Midwest Decision Sciences Annual Conference (Midwest DSI), Grand Rapids, Michigan, April 12-14.
[12] Ngniatedema, T., Bushuev M. & Guiffrida A. L. (2012) "A Performance Measurement Model for Learning-Based Process Improvement", Proceedings of 2012 MBAA Annual Conference, Chicago, March 27-30.
[13] Guiffrida, A. L., Ngniatedema, T. & Jaber, M. Y. (2012), "Modeling Supply Chain Delivery Performance". Proceeding of The 54th Annual Canadian Operational Research Conference (CORS), Niagara Falls, Canada, June 11-13, 2012.
[14] Ngniatedema T. & Guiffrida A. L. (2012), "Supply Chain Service Level Coordination Under Delayed Product Customization: A Bayesian Belief Networks Approach", Proceeding of the Tenth International Symposium of Supply Chain Management, Toronto, Canada, March 2012, 387-388, 2012.
[15] Ngniatedema, T., Chinmay S. & Sharman R. (2012), "Understanding Blog Participation Growth Using the Bass Diffusion Model". Proceedings of the Eleven Workshop on e-Business/ISIS, Orlando, FL, December 15, 2012.