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I joined LSBU Business School in 2022 as a Senior Lecturer in Project Management. I have worked in a number of universities in the UK over the past 15 years lecturing in the fields of Engineering Management, Operations and Project Management.
My research areas of interest include energy usage optimisation, operations improvement, MIS/ERP systems deployment and in simulation modelling of aspects such as operations and energy/waste flow. I like solving real life problems that affect businesses and industries that need an expertise in Engineering and Management.
I have a strong interest in the application of theoretical work in solving real life problems that industry faces. Over the past 10 years I have attracted over £586k of research funding to carry out industry and knowledge transfer projects.
I have worked with the Ford motor company in collaboration with partners such as the High Speed Sustainable Manufacturing Institute (HSSMI) to reduce energy consumption via the smart management of use of production lines and ancillary systems. This involved integrating the operations and energy model via discreet event modelling and other analytical approaches, giving rise to over 40% savings in energy usage.
I have the expertise to project manage and provide consultancy on the deployment of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)/ Management Information Systems (MIS) in industry and have several successfully completed projects to my record.
Another area of my expertise is in the development and optimisation of manufacturing simulation models, using discrete element modelling packages such as Lanners WITNESS. I have worked on a number of such projects with the likes of the Ford motor company.
Further more I have been involved in the development of simulation models integrated with the companies ERP system to provide a predictor-corrector system to highly optimise the capability of the operations management systems. This work was carried out with Ford and ultimately improved with energy constraints to improve the sustainability elements.
I am a keen believer in educating and training people to make best use of the systems they already have in place and have saved millions for business by providing consultancy and training in how best to utilise their existing infrastructure and how best to optimise their processes to achieve the desired objectives.
International Business Management with Project Management - MSc
Business Project Management - MSc
Postgraduate Research Supervision
|Ms Marie Yolande Djedje||Exploring Normalization of Deviance and Examining Factors that Predict Negative Patient Safety Outcomes in the Ivory Coast Public Hospitals||PhD|
|Mr Andreas Scheel||Social Media as Innovation Laboratory - Competitive Advantages of the Open, Networked Enterprise||PhD|
|Mr Johnny Danquah||Risk factors in long-term business strategy using an Agile Dynamic systems Development Method (DSDM) in cross functional industry: examination of decision making and Dynamic systems Development Method (DSDM) process.||PhD|
University of Greenwich
University of Liverpool
University of Liverpool
University of Maiduguri
Course Leader of the Business Administration and Pathways programme and covering Project and Operations management modules. In charge of developing and running the flagship business simulation module.
Actively involved in applied research with industry partners.
Covering the Operations Management and developing the brand-new Business simulation courses as course leader at the School of Business and Management. Developed innovative teaching methods and won an award to use simulation/virtual reality in learning.
Involved in some research into sustainability with Heathrow Airport
Development and delivery of the new Python module for the business school
Senior Lecturer in the department of Applied Engineering and Management, focusing on management related modules and leader of the industrial engineering programme. Was also involved in several research projects and PhD supervision. Was also in charge of all projects for Level 6 and Level 7 students in the school. Leader of the sustainable engineering group and co-ordinator of the engineering enterprise research theme.
Managed a three-year programme, which consisted of three main projects; management of the business, specifying, developing and deploying a management information system (MIS/ERP) system; and alternative manufacturing & operations