Sarah-Shaw

Dr Sarah Shaw

Lecturer in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Faculty of Business, Law and Politics

Hull University Business School

sarah.shaw@hull.ac.uk

01482 347506

Sarah is a lecturer, researcher and programme director in logistics and supply chain management at Hull University Business School.

Previously, she worked full-time for a leading UK Supplier of safety equipment and clothing in a variety of senior supply chain management positions.

Sarah completed the Logistics Managers course at Cranfield University and is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) having served as Chairman of the CILT Humber Group branch for two years.

She completed her Executive MBA at the University of Hull's Business School in 2008 and her dissertation focused on strategies for increasing market share.

Research

Research Interests

  • Natural environment

  • Performance measurement and reporting

  • Supply chain sustainability

  • Agricultural supply chains and food security

Research groups

  • Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport(CILT) UK, having served as Chairman of Humber Group branch (2008-2010)

  • Member of the UK Logistics Research Network (LRN)

  • Sits on the Local Advisory Board for Think Logistics at Franklin College, Grimsby

Publications

Vidgen R, Shaw S and Grant D B, 'Management Challenges in Creating Value from Business Analytics', European Journal of Operations Research (2017)

Shaw S, Grant D B and Mangan J, 'Developing Environmental Supply Chain Performance Measures', Benchmarking: An International Journal, 17 (3), pp 320-339, selected by Emerald Group Publishing for publication in A Focus on Sustainable Supply Chains and Green Logistics, part of Emerald Gems which brings together some of the most highly cited, read and innovative research in its field (2010)

Shaw S, Grant D B, Shenin N and Chaisurayakarn S, 'Using Environmental Reporting Tools in the Supply Chain: Perspectives from UK, Finland and Thailand', Annual Logistics Research Network (LRN) Conference, University of Hull (September 2016)

Shaw S, Grant D B and Mangan J, 'The Evolution of Green Supply Chain Performance Measurement: A Research Agenda for the Next Decade', Colloquium on Green Logistics Management: Balancing Environmental and Shareholder Priorities, IRISS-CNR, Naples, Italy (September 2016)

Shaw S, Grant D B and Mangan J, 'Adoption of Environmental Supply Chain Reporting Tools in the UK', International Conference on Green Supply Chain, Loughborough University London (July 2016)

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Teaching

Programmes taught on

Modules list

  • Research Methods for Dissertation

  • Supply Chain Network Design

  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management

  • Demand and Supply Planning

  • Supply Chain Sustainability and the Environment

Research PhDs

Dr Shaw is willing to supervise PhD students whose topics relate to her research interests.

Current PhD supervisions

  • Sherif Salvador, State of the Art of Reverse Logistics Management in the Nigerian Pharmaceutical Industry (University of Hull)

  • Abdullah Alsaif, An Investigation into the Impact of Supply Chain Management Practices on Competitive Advantage: The Case of the Saudi Arabian Petrochemical Industry (University of Hull)

  • Wachiraporn Khunjan, Investigating Waste and Sustainability in Thai Restaurant Chains (University of Hull)

Teaching awards and accolades

  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Professional highlights

Academic qualifications

  • PhD in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (2008-2013)

  • MBA (2005-2007) Distinction

  • BSc Biology (1996-1999) First Class Honours

External roles

  • Active in attending and presenting at academic conferences around the world including CSCMP (San Diego), LRN (UK) and ELA (Switzerland). See publication list for recent conference papers and publications.

  • Leading a cutting-edge multi-disciplinary research project looking at the effect of black grass (Alopecurus myosuroides) on UK arable farming/crop productivity.

Awards and accolades