Samantha Bayram

Dr Alessandro Creazza

Senior Lecturer/ Director of UK Recruitment and Partnerships

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Business, Law and Politics
  • Hull University Business School

Summary

Dr Creazza built extensive knowledge and experience in logistics and supply chain management, joining academic qualifications with industry experience (research projects and consultancy) and teaching executive education. His areas of expertise include the design of supply chain networks with risk and sustainability considerations (adopting mixed quantitative and qualitative approaches) which are now applied in projects with the Logistics Institute. Google Scholar profile Dr Creazza has worked on a number of research and consultancy projects, attracting funds of more than ?850,000 as principal and co-investigator. Prior to his current role at Hull University Business School, Dr Creazza was a lecturer at the School of Management and Industrial Engineering at LIUC University (Italy), an adjunct lecturer at the School of Systems Engineering of Politecnico di Milano (Italy) and a researcher at C-log, the Logistics Research Centre of LIUC University (Italy). He has also taught on executive courses for professionals at a variety of institutions including private and public business schools and trade union institutes. In 2006 he successfully passed the state exam that enabled him to enrol on the Charter of Industrial Engineers in Italy. In his working background, Dr Creazza has been developing a consultancy experience in logistics network design and transport management. His scientific interests have resulted in numerous articles presented at international conferences and published in leading national journals and international peer-reviewed journals. He is also a reviewer for a number of international peer-reviewed journals.

Journal Article

Citation network analysis for supporting continuous improvement in higher education

Colicchia, C., Creazza, A., & Strozzi, F. (2018). Citation network analysis for supporting continuous improvement in higher education. Studies in higher education, 43(9), 1637-1653. https://doi.org/10.1080/03075079.2016.1276550

Lean and green supply chain management through intermodal transport: insights from the fast moving consumer goods industry

Colicchia, C., Creazza, A., & Dallari, F. (2017). Lean and green supply chain management through intermodal transport: insights from the fast moving consumer goods industry. Production planning & control, 28(4), 321-334. https://doi.org/10.1080/09537287.2017.1282642

Is environmental sustainability a strategic priority for logistics service providers"

Evangelista, P., Colicchia, C., & Creazza, A. (2017). Is environmental sustainability a strategic priority for logistics service providers?. Journal of environmental management, 198(1), 353-362. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2017.04.096

Literature review on the ‘Smart Factory’ concept using bibliometric tools

Strozzi, F., Colicchia, C., Creazza, A., & Noè, C. (2017). Literature review on the ‘Smart Factory’ concept using bibliometric tools. International Journal of Production Research, 55(22), 6572-6591. https://doi.org/10.1080/00207543.2017.1326643

Managing cyber and information risks in supply chains: insights from an exploratory analysis

Colicchia, C., Creazza, A., & Menachof, D. A. (2019). Managing cyber and information risks in supply chains: insights from an exploratory analysis. Supply chain management, 24(2), 215-240. https://doi.org/10.1108/SCM-09-2017-0289

Postgraduate supervision

I welcome applications in the areas of - supply chain network design with risk and sustainability considerations - Industry 4.0 and Logistics 4.0 - healthcare logistics and distribution systems - supply chain design for E-commerce and omnichannel retailing Current PhD supervisors - Ahmed Aljizani, Optimising the Total Cost of Procurement in Global Supply Chains - Sandy Hassan, Sustainable Development in Global Logistics Hub Ports - Hijrah Saputra, Developing a Sustainable National Logistics Strategy to Support SME's E-commerce: Evidence from Indonesia