LECTURER IN MANAGEMENT SCIENCES Business School 0151 291 3497 Arts and Humanities firstname.lastname@example.org
I have more than fifteen years of research and teaching experience in the broad areas of operations and supply chain management, technology management and innovation, and development and application of computer simulation (Monte Carlo, Discrete-Event Simulation, System Dynamics, Agent-Based Modelling, and Business Process Modelling). In that time I worked closely with a number of world-renowned manufacturing organisations such as Rolls-Royce, Boeing, Bombardier, SKF, Volvo Cars. Before joining Hope Business School I spent eight years at Cranfield School of Management where I still serve as a Visiting Fellow. My graduate, Masters, and PhD degrees are all in Mechanical Engineering. I am also a Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy.
Topics that I currently teach include: Management Information Systems, Management Science, Research Methods (undergraduate levels), and Operations Management, and Knowledge Management (postgraduate levels). My research interests are in the areas of: smart/sensor technologies, servitization and service innovation, and development and application of complexity sciences-inspired frameworks for management.