Dr Gary Graham
- Position: Associate Prof in Operations and Supply Chain Management
- Areas of expertise: Supply chain Innovation, NLP, human centric analytics, humanitarian operations, North East Automotive Industry, manufacturing's role in local economic regeneration, logistics skills.
- Email: G.Graham@lubs.leeds.ac.uk
- Phone: +44(0)113 343 8557
- Location: 1.05 Charles Thackrah
- Website: Twitter | LinkedIn | Googlescholar | Researchgate | ORCID
Associate Professor 2015 –
Lecturer: 2011-2015, Leeds University Business School
Lecturer: 2005 - 2010, Manchester Business School
Lecturer: 2001- 2005, University Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, Manchester
Lecturer: 1996 - 2001, Salford University Business School
PhD: 2005, Huddersfield University – Defence Industry Structure and Supplier Strategies’
DipEd: 1990, Leeds University – Economics
BA (H): 1985, CNAA – Economics
MSc Management. Operations and Supply Chain Management (ML), Creative Industries.
U/G Technology and Innovation Management.module (ML). University Discovery Module.
Previously 2001 to 2011. Manchester Business School/MSM UMIST - He taught the Operations and Supply Chain Management module on the Dip. in Management for PhD Engineering Students, Also he taught the Global Executive MBA, FT MBA and the MSc in Global SCM.. Furthermore I was the MBA worldwide Course Director and Co-ordinator for the Operations Management Suite of Modules.
Supervised over 150 Msc dissertations to sucessful completion. 25 distinctions.
Course Director, 2015-2017 MSc in Gobal Supply Chains
Leeds University Promotions Committee 2019-
Course Director 2001-2010 Manchester – MSc Operations and Supply Chain Management MSc (2005-2008), Diplma in Management for PhD Engineering students (2002 to 2005), Service module teaching coordinator 2005-2008.
Latest Research news
Whilst Nissan were announcing its huge investment in EV’s and battery plant in Sunderland (see the link below), Gary Graham and John Barnett as part of COSCr were running a workshop with Professor Chris Rogers of Birmingham University and Dr Christina Philips a visiting researcher here at Leeds together with the North East Automotive Alliance in Washington today with 10 delegates. Prof Rogers gave a talk on the future of city mobility systems and urban metabolisms as city infrastructure provision migrates to green infrastructural corridors and smart city projects. This was followed by the presentation of survey findings that Graham and Barnett have completed on the market landscape, product development, supply chains and future evolution of the automotive industry in the North East post-COVID. Whilst also confronting a migration to connected and autonomous motoring (CAM). We then completed a miro board ideation design exercise, facilitated by Dr Phillips, exploring themes of the major opportunities, risks, challenges and future for the industry as it seeks to transition from its branch manufacturing status. The results will be used to advise the north east automotive alliance board in July as to the output and further steps.
EUROMA 2021 -Special Session: IJOPM ‘Impact Pathway’ papers
Date: Monday 5 July 2021, Session: 4:00-5:30 BST IJOPM ‘Impact Pathway’ papers
IJOPM Introduction - Tobias Schoenherr - email@example.com; EUROMA-Practitioner led research Agenda - Jan Godsell - firstname.lastname@example.org, Ann Vereecke - email@example.com; Pathways - facts and figures - Gary Graham - firstname.lastname@example.org, Pathway Author Experiences - Marianne Jahre - email@example.com, Zahra Seyedghorban -firstname.lastname@example.org - Video; Break-out - Future Pathway topics, questions, and visions going forward; Opportunity for participants to discuss potential future pathways works, challenges etc in developing their work. Scope their ideas with the editors. Q/A; COVID; advanced technologies, international relations, procurement, digital lean, infrastructure, Complex projects, slavery, logistic skills and labour post-brexit; Jens Roehrich - email@example.com, Federico Caniato - federico.caniato@polimi.
Journal and conference posts
ABS 4* - Associate Editor – International Journal of Operations and Production Management – Impact Pathways Section. Journal Posts and Conference Roles
ABS 3* – Supply Chain Management: an International Journal – Special Issue Editor 2021 – Upstream Product Innovation and Downstream Supply Chain Implications. A highly successful SI. We have accepted so far five papers and we have another six papers out in second review or awating an editorial decision.
Operations Management Research – Special Issue CoEditor 2021 – Bridging the Research-Practice Gaps in Operations Management: Lessons from COVID-19.
POMS Conference (Minneapolis) 2020 – Emerging Topics in Operations Management Track – Session Chair – Smart Cities.
EUROMA – Conference (Berlin) 2021 – Impact Pathways – Special Session Co-chair
22nd Cambridge University International Manufacturing Symposum. 2018. Digital Transformation and Re-Imagining the Future of the Automotive Supply Chain. Trend Scenario Workshop. Cambridge University. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/digital-transformation-re-imagining-future-automotivend-hennelly/
Special Track chair Cambridge University International Manufacturing Symposiums – 2016; 2017; 2018; 2019 - Smart cities, distributed manufacturing and automotive innovation themes.
Invitation as a Speaker for the Editors Choice - Expert Deliberation from International Journals of Repute. Symbiosis Institute of Operations Management, (SIOM) Nashik is organizing a talk series The Editors Choice - Expert Deliberation from International Journals of Repute. .24./02/21.
Invitation as a keynote speaker: COVID-19: Multivariate Statistical insights from the Automotive Industry. FIIB India. Two Week Online Development Program (FDP) on mutlivariate statistics Organized by the Fortune Institute of International Business, New Dehli, Sponsored by All India Council for Technical Education. 11/04/21.
Invitation as an expert panel member. Online panel discussion on Big Data and Predictive Analytics as a part of Business Analytics workshop with eminent researchers Prof. Rameshwar Dubey from Liverpool Business School, Liverpool John Moores University and Prof. Gary Graham from Leeds University Business School, University of Leeds at School of Management Studies, Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad. The session was very fruitful with discussion on various applications of Big Data and Predictive Analytics on E-mobility, Digital Transitioning, Sustainble Supply Chain, Organisational capabilities, and Humanitarian Supply Chain. Participents includes researchers and industry professionals from various organizations. https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6790312366962679808/. 20/04/21
Invitation to be an expert panel member – Meet the editor- panel discussion on how to publish in top ranked journals. 11/06/21. As part of the Faculty Development Program on "Research Methodology" from 7 to 11 June 2021 School of Business (SoB), UPES, Dehradun India.
Editorial Board Membership- Supply Chain Management – an International Journal; Sustainability; Future Transportation
Previous edited special issues
Production Planning and Control. Special Issue: Rethinking supply chains in the age of digitalisation. June 2018.
Business Process Management. Special Issue: Reconfiguring business processes in the new political and technological landscape. November 2017.
SCM: an international Journal. Special Issue entitled: Future Cities and Urban SCM. Vol 20 No 3, 2015. Production Planning and Control. Special Issue: Smart Cities and Operations Management. February 2016.
Technological Forecasting and Social Change. "Creative Science Prototyping and the Future Consumer Technology Landscape." Vol 84, May 2013.
Futures. “Exploring Business Visions Using Creative Fictional Prototypes”. Vol 50, June 2013.
Supply Chain Management: an international Journal. Vol. 10 No. 5, Speciall issue: “Creative Industries”. Winner of the Emerald outstanding special issue award. 2005.
Industrial and Public engagement workshops, symposiums
W1 Prototyping City Futures Workshop, General Public. Boston. MIT Media Lab 7th July, 2013.
W2 EPSRC dissemination of research undertaken at MIT. MIT faculty. MIT Media Lab. 8th August, 2013.
W3 Futue of our High Streets. Manchester. Members of the public, entrepreneurs, start ups, angel investors. 13th March, 2014.
W4: Transport Futures: The Role of Digital Technologies in Future Transport Systems. Science Festival. Organized by Imperial College. 21st March 2014. http://thereflectproject.org/reflect/transportfutures-the-role-of-digital-technologies-in-future- transport-systems/.
W5: Future cities prototyping data collection workshop. Delegates included Route publishers, Leeds City Council, the EPSRC). 1st June 2014.
W6: Maker community design fiction event. Makers and start up entrepreneurs. 21st January 2015.
W7 Citizen panel event: social media misinformation and distortion of COVID-19 public health messageing (with YHAHSN), 18th March 2021.
W8 Bikes, Trikes and Trodden Roads: Exploring Sharing Design. Design Thinking Workshop. 10th & 11th June 2019. Leeds University Business School. the UN, academics, bike sharing start ups from Mexico, Germany and the UK attended this event.
Graham is an Associate Editor: International Journal of Operations and Production Management ABS 4* - IMPACT PATHWAYS SECTION. A highly successful initiative. For instance we have 11 accepted submission since January 2020. Our highest pathway citation received 88 citations within a 12 month period from its online publication (earlycite). In addition to editorial duties we organize a development workshop at the EUROMA conference. We are invited to do expert panel talks and give guest editorial Q and A sessions at universities around the world often as part of faculty training programs.
Further details on the initiative can be found here: https://business.leeds.ac.uk/dir-record/research-blog/1746/bringing-scholars-and-business-leaders-together-through-impact-pathways.
In 2013, Graham was awarded an EPSRC Digital Economy funded scholarship to work with Prof Chris Caplice and colleagues at the Centre for Transport and Logistics at the Massachussets Institute for Technology in Boston on future freight modelling in the US. Whilst in 2017 he was a visiting researcher at the Centre for International Business and worked with Dr Jag Srai on a project entitled: redistributed manufacturing as a new form of local production system.
My doctoral thesis (1991-1995) deployed ethnographic and anthropological methods to research procurement strategy as it evolved in response to changing Ministry of Defnce Policy. It was completed with five major UK defence suppliers in Aerospace and Electronics and industrially sponsored by the Defence Manufacturers Association.
Ever since the PhD my work has focused on disruptive innovation and its impact on supply chain management. Sectors covered include: defence, aerospace, electronics, automotive, music and newspapers.
We aim to focus on breaking and emerging topics intersecting with supply chains and related issues.
The following list of truly exciting projects refers to what we are currently working on:
- We have just been awarded a large ESRC project investigating post-Brexit labour and skills. In our work package we are specifically investigating the impact of Brexit on the supply of warehousing and logistics skills and labour. We have attracted support from the Leeds Enterprise Partnership, Make UK, Marelli, Levantar, Angel Investors (Sheffield), the UK Warehousing Association, Institute of the Motor Industry.
- We have tracked an automotive executive of a major original equipment manufacturer over the COVID-19 period and we are writing up his diary evidence together with interviews and document analysis in the form of an extended case study.
- We are currently working on a Natural Language Processing project looking at public health message efficiency and the influence of medical populism and misinformation on message distortion. With the collaboration of the NHS. The on-going success of the project is leading to its international research expansion into Germany and Brazil.
- We are working on a project focusing on bridging problem structuring with human centric analytics in the pharmaceutical industry with Liverpool John Moores.
- We are working in collaboration with the North East Automotive Alliance looking at the exciting challenges and emerging opportunties that they and their members such as Nissan are facing with Brexit, Covid recovery and the transistion from ICE to connected and autonomous vehicles.
- We are working with Prof. Ramesh Dubey on his ground-breaking, world leading work on humanitarian logistics on issues such as international relations and technological capabilities. Sustainable development goals and reshoring.
Covid-19 Related Research Activity
Handfield, R., B., Graham, G. and Burns, L. (2020), "Corona virus, tariffs, trade wars and supply chain evolutionary design", International journal of operations & production management, Vol 40, No 10, pp. 1649-1660.
IJOPM pathways section have supported the development of seven COVID 19 articles: THe most highly cited of which has 88 citations in within the first twelve months of online publicaiton.
WYCA / Yorkshire Universities webinars on economic recovery. Webinar 3: Resilient supply chains15 July 2pm – 3:30 pm; Chair: Peter O’Brien (Yorkshire Universities); my presentation was entitled: Global supply network evolution and Covid-19: a paradigm shift in resilience
LUBS COVID19 Webinar series, Series: Lockdown; 23rd June 2020; my presentation was entitled: Managing a Global Supply Chain from Home.
LUBS Sustainability Lunchtime Talks my presentation was entitled: What will happen to sustainability in supply chains – Post-Covid-19? 17th December 2020.
Research England 2020-21 QR Strategic Priorities Fund
Tracking Local Public Interest in Covid-19 Topics Using Natural Language Processing (NLP) (PI: Gary Graham) £23k.
Visiting Scholar Funded Positions
Foreign and Commonwealth Office funded Scholarship to University of North Carolina - 2008; Manchester Business School travel award: University of San Diego - 2009; EPSRC funded Scholarship to Massachussettes Institute of Technology, Boston - 2013; Leeds University Business School travel and subsistence award: Cambridge University 2017
Lewis, G., Graham, G. & Hardaker, G. (2005). “Evaluating the Impact of the Internet on Barriers to Entry in the Music Industry”. Supply Chain Management: an International Journal. Vol 10, No 5, pp. 349-357.
Graham, G. “Supply Chain Architecture: A Blueprint for Networking the Flow of Material, Information and Cash”. International Journal of Operations and Production Management. 2005, Vol 25, No 11, p. 1156.
Graham, G., Burnes, B., Lewis, G. & Langer, J. (2004) “The Transformation of the Music Industry Supply Chain: a Major Label Perspective”. International Journal of Operations and Production Management. Vol 4, No 11/12, pp. 1087-1104
Graham, G. & Hardaker, G. (1998) “Defence Sector Procurement and Supply Chain Relationships”. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal. Vol 3 No 3, pp. 20-26.
Supervision of research staff
Sanaz Sigaroudi – Innovation in the European Manufacturing Industry; ESRC/SAMS Post-doctoral Research Fellow; May 2012 – May 2015; £75,000 duration 3 years.
Kate Holmes/Jamie Woodcock/Royston Meriton - The wonders of the Zooniverse. Modelling and optimizing volunteer online citizen science.EPSRC NEMODE Research Fellow; September 2014 – September 2016; £114,000 duration 2 years.
Arpita Bhattacharjee – Balancing the impact of city infrastructure engineering on natural systems using robots. EPSRC Grand Challenges; September 2018 – September 2020; £119, 414 duration 2 years
Supervision of PhD Research students
Gender difference analysis of technology readiness and its impact on digital transformation in public sector organizations – Nita Yalina; First Supervisor: Gary Graham; Second Supervisor: Shahla Ghobadi
Social-technical analysis of human technology in humanitarian supply chains – Dinah Ndibuuza; First Supervisor: Gary Graham; Second Supervisor: Jie Chen
Towards a new era of retail: a dynamic capabilities analysis into omni channel retailing transformation – Edda Blumenstein; Date of Award: September 2020; First Supervisor. Gary Graham
Second Supervior: Prof. Vassilikki Bamiatzi (Sussex); External: Prof Neil Towers University of Gloucester
Strategic offshore wind supply cost reduction – Patrick Alexander Hennelly; Date of Award: Sept. 2019; First Supervisor: Prof. Chee Wong; Second Supervisor: Gary Graham; External: Prof. David Grant, Hull University
An investigation into the nature of supply chain relationships in the sportswear sector-Jill Helen Dennison: Date of Award: September 2004; First Supervisor: Gary Graham; Second Supervisor: Prof. Bernard Burnes; External Prof. Gerard Lewis, Dresden University of Applied Sciences.
Producion activitycontrol systems within small and medium sized enterprises supporting supply chain requirements-Neil S Towers. September 2004; First Supervisor: Prof. Bernard Burnes; Second Supervisor: Gary Graham; External: Prof. Simon Croom Warwick University.
A comparison between UK and Korean logistics systems-Won Geung Park. September 1998. First Supervisor: Prof. Frank Neil; Second Supervisor: Gary Graham; External. Prof. Colin Bamford, Huddersfield University.
Internal PhD examiner
Omera Khan, Managing Supply Chain RIsks in the Textiles and Clothing industry. September 2005. First Supervisor. Prof. Bernard Burnes. External examiner: Prof. Martin Christopher, Cranfield University
Gabriela Torres, An investigation into the structure, contextualisation and control of supply chain knowledge. September 2010. First Supervisor. Steve Eldridge. External examiner: Dr Tim Buther, RMIT, Australia.
Sophie Hargreaves. Applying learning methodologies to the US airline supply chain. September 2007. First supervisor. Bernard Burnes. External examiner: Dr Penny West, Edge Hill College.
Raveekarn Aiemwongnukul Response capabilities during natural disaster disruptions. September 2019. First supervisor. Chee Wong. External Examiner: DIrk Peter Van Donk
LUBS Internal Transfer Report Examiner
Mapping differences between theory and practice of benefits methodologies within the NHS using interviews and documentary sources. September 2015. Adrian Purcell, Supervisors: Susan Clamp, Owen Johnson, Yorkshire Centre for Health Informatics
External PhD examiner
Big data analytics powered artificial intelligence to enhance sustainability manufacturing and circular ecomonic capabilities. Surajit Bag. University of Johannesburg, Internal Supevisors: Prof JHC Pretorius Co-supervisor: Prof Rameshwar Dubey. Awarded subject to minor corrections. December 2020.
The effects of supplier development, relationship variables and market orientation on performance improvement in the Indonesian automotive industry. Meylianti Sulungbudi . University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia. Co-supervisors. Professor Shariah Akter, Professor Leona Tam and Dr. Venkat Yanamandram. February 2017.
External DBA examiner
The impact of internet technology on television business – how CEOs adapt and adopt. Internal supervisor. Neeraj Sanan. Supervisor. Dr Anita Greenhill, Manchester Business School. Internal examiner: Prof. Joseph Lampel. July 2020. Major revisions.
AI Tracing Tools for Detecting Covid-19 Minsinformation. £114,460. EPSRC Impact Accelerator Account. Co-I. 01/07/21-31/03/22.
Post Covid Market Landscape Changes and Product Development: Survival and Readiness Strategies in the North East Automotive Industry Supply Chain. £23, 160.53. LUBS Challenge Fund. PI. 05/21-07/21.
Labour mobility in transition: a multi-actor study of the re-regulation of migrant work in 'low-skilled' sectors. £971,327. ESRC. 3 years. C0-I. 09/21-09-24.
Tracking Local Public Interest in Covid-19 Topics Using Natural Language Processing (NLP). £23,600. QR-SPF Panel (Leeds University). P! 01/21-04/21.
Big Data analysis of Covid-19 public communication. £5,000. Leeds University RIS. AI-Humanities Collaboration Fund. Co-I 08/20-10/20
Human Centric Design and Smart City Mobility £12,000. LUBS Grand Challenges Fund. PI: 04/19-07/19.
Balancing the impact of City Infrastructure Engineering on Natural systems using Robots.£4m (£119, 414). EPSRC Grand Challenges Co-I EP/N010523/1 09/15- 09/20.
How will Smart Cites Change Supply Chain Management: the Case of Toyota Motor City? ((£4,000) LUBS Seedcorn grant: LUBS 5401334002 PI /15 05/16
How Do We Make the UK More Resilient? EPSRC Impact Accelerator Account £13,000. Co-PI. 01/15-06/15
Future Cities and Community Resilience Network. £4,000 White Rose DTC Network funding (WRDTC 54013204)PI 02/14-06/15
Future Cities, Sustainability and Community Resilience Network. £4,000. Leeds University RCFS funding (LUBS 54013064) PI 01/14 - 06/14
European Manufacturing Survey £2,000. LUBS Seedcorn funding (LUBS 54012702) PI 01/13 -12/13
MIT Research Fellowship Grant £8,940. EPSRC (NEMODE -100340) PI 05/13 - 08/13
The wonders of the Zooniverse: Modelling and Optimizing Volunteer Online Citizen Science £114,000. EPSRC (EP/K039784/1). PI 09/13 09/16
Innovation in the European Manufacturing Industry £75,000 ESRC/SAMS Management and Business Development Fellowship (LUBS 0070) Co-PI. 05/12 05/15
Paywalls and the Future of Regional News Media: a Comparison between Britain and Germany £8,900. British Academy (SG100163). PI. 07/10 06/11
Public Engagement of Universities through Local News Media Networks £2,000. National Centre for Public Engagement Development Fund. (NCPE R112155). PI. 09/10 09/11
Research Cluster on Innovative Media for a Digital Economy £12,000. EPSRC (EP/G001979/1). Co-I 04/08 03/09
Opportunities and Challenges in the Digital Economy: an Agenda for the Next-generation Internet.” £12,000. EPSRC (EP/G002002/1). Co-I 04/08- 06/09
Evolution of News Media £2,000 FCO UK-US Digital Economy Award (FCO-15133064). 02/12- 27/12
Supply Chain Management in the European Dance Music Sector £672, 715 EU funded research project EU (Leanardo da Vinci) (Contract number PP129117) 09/02 - 09/04
An Exploration of Information Communication Technologies in the Sportswear Supply Chain £30,000 EPSRC (Technitex Faraday Industrial Case Award (GR/M/231687) PI 09/02-09/04
Supply Chain Management Across the Internet in the Music Industry £30,000 EU funded research project (GEMISIS). EU European Regional Development Funding GEMISIS 2000 (University Grant Code: SGRA16). PI 09/98 09/00
A Lean and Agile Manufacturing Methodology for SME’s in the Aerospace Supply Sector £150,000. EPSRC (GR/M23168) EPSRC (GR/M23168) Co-I 09/98 - 09/00
Research grant reviewer
British Academy/Leverhulme Small Grants Scheme. Reviewer since 2015; Grants la Caixa Scheme. Social Research Call. Reviewer since 2020; EPSRC Digital Economy Programme (Sustainable Society Network + (2012-2016); New Economic Models+ (2012-2016) Grant Scheme reviewer; EPSRC Data Analytics for Future Cities Grant Scheme Reviewer 2015-2019; ESRC Euro-China Call. Grant Scheme Reviewer 2013-2016; Knowledge Foundation. Sweden. Industry Value Networks. Grant Scheme Reviewer since 2020. EPSRC Research Fellowhips Grant Scheme Reviewer (2015-present)
ABS 4 Journals – International Journal of Operations and Production Management; Journal of Management Studies; British Journal of Management; Journal of Operations Management; Production and Operations Management Journal.
ABS 3 Journals – Supply Chain Management: IJ, Technological Forecasting and Social Change; Information Systems Research; European Journal of Marketing; California Management Review, Production Planning and Control.
Editorial Board Positions
Sustainability; Supply Chain Management: an International Journal; Advances in Transportation Research.
Wired Marketing. Wiley. 2001; Content is King. Bloomsbury. 2016. Creative Destruction, Lightning Soure, 2005.
Graham, G., Meriton, R., and Hennelly, P. “The Smart City Production System”. Chapter 26. Song, H., Srinivasan, R., Soikoor, T and Jeschke, S. (ed) Smart Cities: Foundations and Principles, 8 Wiley, Publication date May 2017. http://eu.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd1119226392.html
Kerrigan, F. & Graham, G. Interaction of Regional News Media Production and Consumption through the Social Space, Ch. 9 pp. 125-143, Steven Tagg (ed), New Developments in Online Marketing. Westburn Publishers. 2012. ISBN13: 978-0-415-62887-7 Graham, G. “Interaction Space”. Vic Callaghan (ed), Science Fiction Prototyping For Technology Innovation. Ch 4, IOS Press. July 2011.
Graham, G. and Hill, J. D. “The Role of the Internet in the Decline and Future of Regional Newspapers”. Troy J Strader (ed), Digital Product Management, Technology and Practice: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. September 2010. IGI Global Publishing, Hershey PA. Ch 9 pp. 42- 53, ISBN publisher. ISBN 978-1-61692-877-3 (hbk.)
Chang, K. P and Graham, G. “E-Business Strategy for Supply Chain Integration: the Balanced Scorecard Perspective”. 3CA (Computer, Communication, Control and Automation) 2010 International Symposium of the IEEE, IEEE Catalog Number:CFP1074I-PRT; ISBN: 978-1-4244- 5566-9; Library of Congress:2009938874, indexed by the EI and ISTP, Chapter 60, pp. 480-483. Tainan, Taiwan.
Graham, G, F. Kerrigan, R. Mehmood, and M Rahman. “The Interaction of Production and Consumption in the News Media Social Space”. Rashid Mehmood (ed) LNICST (Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social-Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering), Chapter 31 Volume 16. Springer, London, August 2009. pp. 229-239.
Graham, G. “Supply Chain Adjustments in the Defence Industry”. Peter Curwen (ed), Managing in Public Sector Contexts, Chapter 7, pp. 10-18. Pavic Publications, Sheffield. 1995.
Philips, C., Graham, G., Parr, M. 2019. Soft Operational Research and Problem Structuring. Where it is Now and Where it might be Going. 3 rd to 5 th September, 2019, University of Kent, Kent.
Graham, G, Burns, L and Hennelly, P. 2019. Digital Transformation in the Automotive Supply Chain (part 2). 23rd Cambridge International Manufacturing Symposium.26th -27th September 2019, Cambridge.
Graham, G. 2019. Innovating at the boundaries of the public and the private: the Case of the Automobile Industry as it transitions itself to the Smart City Management Domain. PDMA’s 2019 JPIM Research Forum. Orlando (FL), on 2-3 November 2019. Graham, G. 2019 "Re-thinking Boundary Management and the Make or Buy Decision: the Case of Electric Sports Cars". POMS International Conference Connecting the Operations Management & 9 Supply Chain Management World in Divided Times 2 - 4 September 2019 Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront Hotel Brighton, UK
Graham, G., Greenhill, A. Smart Cities: Re-Thinking Boundary Management and the Business Model. 14th Organization Studies Workshop: Technology and Organization, 23-25 May 2019, Mykonos, Greece.
Hennelly, P., Graham, G., Burns, L., Brown, A. 2018. Digitalisation Transformation in the Automotive Supply Chain (part 1). 22nd Cambridge International Manufacturing Symposium. 27th to 28 th September, 2018. Cambridge.
Graham, G., Kumar, M., Mehmood, R., Fosso-Wamba, S., Hennelly, P. Smart Cities, Big Data Analytics and Digital Manufacturing: Inspiring New Organizational forms and Democratizing the Means of Design Innovation and Production , (2017) 2 nd International Conference on Internet of Things and Big Data. 24th -26th April, Porto, Portugal.
Graham, G., IoT Tech Expo Global Developing for the IOT. Monetization unlocking the revenue potential. Olympia London, 23rd -34th January 2017, London. Graham, G., Meriton, R., Hennelly, P., Tew, B. How is Big Data Transforming Operations Models in the Automotive Sector: a Preliminary Investigation. 8 th International Conference on Emerging Networks and Systems Intelligence. 9 th -13th October 2016, Venice.
Meriton, R., Graham, G. Sentiment Analysis using KNIME: a Systematic Literature Review of Big Data Logistics . 8 th International Conference on Emerging Networks and Systems Intelligence. 9th - 13 th October 2016, Venice. Winner of Conference Best Paper Award.
Graham, G., Meriton, R., Hennelly, P., Tew, B. How is Big Data Transforming Operations Models in the Automotive Sector: a Preliminary Investigation. 20th International Manufacturing Symposium. 29th -30th September, 2016.
Meriton, R., Graham, G. Big Data and Supply Chain Management. A Marriage of Convenience. 20th International Manufacturing Symposium. 29th -30th September, 2016.
Meriton, R; Graham, G; Cox, J; Masters, K; Oh, E Y; Greenhill, A. Organizational Capabilities for Virtual Citizen Science Projects. 30th Annual British Academy of Management Conference. 6th -8 th September 2016, Newcastle.
Cox, J., Graham, G., Young Oh, E., Masters, K., Simmons, B., Lintott, C., Greenhill, A., Holmes, K. Organizing Work Online with Crowds. 76th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AoM). 5 th -9 th August 2016, Anaheim.
Graham, G., Kumar, M., Mehmood, R., Fosso-Wamba, S., Hennelly, P. Smart Cities, Big Data Analytics and Digital Manufacturing: Inspiring New Organizational forms and Democratizing the Means of Design Innovation and Production , 1 st International Conference on Internet of Things and Big Data. 23rd -25 th April, 2016, Milan.
Young Oh, E., Cox, J., Masters, K., Simmons, B., Lintott, C., Graham, G., Greenhill, A., Holmes, K. The online crowdsourcing of scientific research: The experience and motivation of users. 34th International Labour Process Conference. 4th – 6th April, 2016 Berlin, Germany.
Greenhill, A., Woodcock, J., Young Oh, E., Cox, J., Masters, K., Simmons, B., Lintott, C., Holmes, K. Disentangling value in a co-creating organisation: Exploring the tensions between paid professionals and users, scientists and citizen scientists. 6 th Latin American and European Meeting on Organization Studies (LAEMOS). 6th – 9th April, 2016 Viña del Mar, Chile.
Young Oh, E., Cox, J., Masters, K., Simmons, B., Lintott, C., Graham, G., Greenhill, A., Holmes, K. 12th International Conference of the International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR). 28th June – 1st July 2016, Stockholm, Sweden.
Cox, J., Graham, G., Young Oh, E., Masters, K., Simmons, B., Lintott, C., Greenhill, A., Holmes, K. Organizing work online with crowds. 76th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AoM). 5 th – 9 th August 2016 Anaheim, California.
Masters, K., Young Oh, E., Cox, J., Simmons, B., Lintott, C., Graham, G., Greenhill, A., Holmes, K. What would researchers like to improve in communication initiatives. 29th International Astronomical Union (IAU) General Assembly. 3rd -14th August, 2015 Honolulu, Hawaii.
Zhang, L. & Graham, G. “Smart cities and digital technologies: the case of public bike-sharing systems”. 2nd International EurOMA Sustainable Operations and Supply Chains Forum. Sugat Barcelona, March 23-24, 2015.
Zhang, L & Graham, G. “Public bike-sharing: key issues and challenges in integrating its supply chain”. QUIS15 symposium entitled Service Excellence in Management, Shanghai. June 18-21, 2015.
Greenhill, A. & Graham, G. “Mapping the Influence of Digital Media Landscapes”. 1 st Challenging Media Landscapes Conference, Salford Media City, November 17 -21, 2014.
Graham, G. & Oberg, C. “The Strategic Prototype “Crime Bridge” and the Science/Science Fiction behind it”. 27th Annual BAM conference Managing to Make a Difference, Liverpool. September 10- 12, 2013.
Graham, G. & Greenhill, A. “Strategic Prototyping”. 73rd Meeting of the Annual Academy of Management (AoM). Orlando, August 5th -9 th, 2013. Graham, G & Greenhill, A. “The Emergence of Hyperlocal News Supply Chains”. AHRC/ESRC CRESC conference entitled: Framing the City, Manchester September 6-9, 2011.
Graham, G. “Interaction Space”. 2 nd Creative Science Foundation Conference, Intel/IOS Press, Nottingham, July 25-26, 2011. Graham, G. & Jenkinson, D. “Print and online newspaper interaction effects on circulation change”. 25th Annual BAM conference. “Building and sustaining high performance and organizations in a challenging environment.” Aston University, September 10-12, 2011.
Graham, G. & Jenkinson, D. “Shifting modes of news production and their Impact on Circulation change”. 27th EGOS Colloquium, Gothenberg, July 7-9, 2011.
Graham, G., J. D. Hill & H. Choi. “The Social and Commercial Influence of Regional newspapers in Troubled Times”. 20thAssociation for Cultural Economics International Conference, Copenhagen, June 10–12, 2010.
Chang, K. P. & G. Graham. .“E-business Strategy for Supply Chain Integration: Balanced Scorecard Perspectives”. IEEE 2010 International Symposium on 3CA Computer, Communication, Control and Automation. May 5-7, 2010, Tainan,Taiwan.
Graham , G, F. Kerrigan, R. Mehmood, & M. Rahman. “The Interaction of Production and Consumption in the News Media Social Space”. 1 st International ICST Conference on 11 Communications, Infrastructure, Systems and Applications in Europe (EuropeComm 2009), August 11-13, 2009, London.
Graham, G. “Technological Transformation of the Music Industry”. 3 rd International Conference on Cultural Policy Research. August, 2004. Montreal. Dennison, J. & Graham, G. “The Impact of Ecommerce on the Sportswear Fashion Supply Chain”. 17th British Academy of Management Conference. September 15-17, 2003. Harrogate.
Graham, G. “The Impact of the Internet on the Structure and Conduct of the European Market for Dance Music”. 12th Biennial Conference of the Association for Cultural Economics International. June 13-15, 2002. Rotterdam, Holland.
Hardaker, G. & Graham, G. “The Role of Self-Organising Networks in Building e-Commerce Platforms”. 17th IMP Conference. September, 2001. Oslo, Norway. Yang J-B., Sonmez, M. & Graham, G. “An Evidential Reasoning Approach for Pre-qualification of Construction Contractors”. 2 nd International Conference on Decision Making in Urban and Civil Engineering. November 20-22, 2000. Lyon, France.
Yang J-B., Sonmez, M. & Graham, G. “An Evidential Reasoning Approach for Selecting the UK Energy Policy”. Euro XVII, European Operational Research Conference. 16-19 July, 2000. Budapest, Hungary.
Hardaker, G. & Graham, G. “Energizing your Supply Chain Through the Internet”, 16th IMP Conference. September, 2000. Bath. Hardaker, G. & Graham, G. “The Potential of the Internet for Supply Chain Management”. 11th American Marketing Association, Winter Educator’s Conference. February, 2000. San Antonio, US.
Graham, G. & Burnes, B. “Competitive Bidding in the Aerospace Offset Situation”. Operational Research 41 Conference. September, 1999. Edinburgh, Scotland. Graham, G. “The Qualitative Coding Matrix: Improving the Rigour of Phenomenological Research in Business Purchasing”. 14th IMP Conference. September, 1998. Turku, Finland.
Graham, G. “Defence Sector Procurement and the Small, Military-industrial Firm”. 2 nd High Technology Small Firms Conference. September, 1994. Manchester.
Graham, G. “How to Create Competitive Advantage in Military-industrial Project Business?” 8 th British Academy of Management Conference. September, 1994. Lancaster. Graham, G. “Buyer-Seller Relationships in the Defence Industry”. 6 th British Academy of Management Conference. September, 1992. Bradford.
Graham, G., Kenny, B. & Anchor, J. “Defence Industry Structure and the Small, Military-industrial Firm”. 14th ISBA Conference on Small Enterprise Development: Policy and Practice. November, 1991. Blackpool
Research groups and institutes
- Centre for Operations and Supply Chain Research