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Senior Lecturer in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Dr Sarah Shaw is a Senior Lecturer and Researcher in Logistics and Supply Chain Management at the Hull University Business School, UK. Her PhD thesis investigated and developed environmental supply chain performance measures and reporting tools for organisations. Previously, she worked full-time for a leading UK Safety Supplier in a variety of senior supply chain management positions (15 years industry experience). Sarah is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), having served as Chairman of the CILT Humber Group branch for two years. She is also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA).
During her time in industry and in her early career Sarah’s achievements have not gone unnoticed. She was finalist in the Everywoman Newcomer of the Year Award – Transport & Logistics and a finalist in the Junior Chamber Outstanding Young Person’s Award both in 2008. She was also the winner of the prestigious CILT’s Richard McLeish Award for significant advances in her study and career in 2009. Recently she won ‘Leader of the Year’ in the Women in Logistics Awards, 2017 UK, for her voluntary work within the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport UK, aimed at encouraging young people to work in the logistics sector. She was also a finalist in the Women in Business Awards - Humber, 2018 in the category of ‘Women Breaking Boundaries’. Sarah leads on various multi-disciplinary research projects and has published in a variety of scientific journals. She received £25K from the Higher Education Innovation Fund (HEIF) in 2017 towards research which investigated how to reduce Black Grass Infestation on UK arable farms. One of her publications was selected by Emerald Group Publishing to appear 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. Sarah has taken the lead for the university and business school in developing a Supply Chain Leader Professional Degree Apprenticeship (SCLDA) for organisations to take advantage of the UK government’s apprenticeship levy. This is helping to address the logistics skills talent gap in the UK.
Dr Shaw teaches on the following programmes:
- BSc Logistics & Supply Chain Management
- MSc Logistics & Supply Chain Management
- BSc Supply Chain Leader Degree Apprenticeship (SCLDA)
- Executive MBA
Logistics and Supply Chain Management Performance Measures
Grant, D. B., & Shaw, S. (2021). Logistics and Supply Chain Management Performance Measures. In R. Vickerman (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Transportation (volume 3) (16-23). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/b978-0-08-102671-7.10210-6
A Systematic Literature Review of Supply Chain Resilience in Small–Medium Enterprises (SMEs): A Call for Further Research
Bak, O., Shaw, S., Colicchia, C., & Kumar, V. (in press). A Systematic Literature Review of Supply Chain Resilience in Small–Medium Enterprises (SMEs): A Call for Further Research. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, https://doi.org/10.1109/TEM.2020.3016988
A Systematic Literature Review of Supply Chain Resilience in Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs): A call for further research
Bak, O., Shaw, S., Colicchia, C., & Kumar, V. (in press). A Systematic Literature Review of Supply Chain Resilience in Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs): A call for further research. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management,
A supply chain practice-based view of enablers, inhibitors and benefits for environmental supply chain performance measurement
Shaw, S., Grant, D. B., & Mangan, J. (in press). A supply chain practice-based view of enablers, inhibitors and benefits for environmental supply chain performance measurement. Production planning & control, https://doi.org/10.1080/09537287.2020.1737977
Dynamic capabilities and environmental sustainability for emerging economies' multinational enterprises
Akhtar, P., Ullah, S., Amin, S. H., Kabra, G., & Shaw, S. (2020). Dynamic capabilities and environmental sustainability for emerging economies’ multinational enterprises. International studies of management & organization, 50(1), 27-42. https://doi.org/10.1080/00208825.2019.1703376
Sarah's research focuses on the development of sustainable performance measures, dashboards and reporting tools for supply chains. Key areas of interest are: natural environment, performance measurement & reporting, supply chain sustainability and food security.
Dr Shaw is willing to supervise PhD students whose topics relate to her research interests.
1) 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)
2) Wachiraporn Khunjan, Investigating Waste and Sustainability in Thai Restaurant Chains (University of Hull)
3) Sandy Hassan, Exploring Environmental Sustainability and Performance in Global Logistics Hubs (University of Hull)
4) Sama Gad, Operational and Supply Chain Management Dairy Producers’ Performance Assessment Framework: A multiple case study analysis in Egypt
Logistics and Management Systems
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