Professor, Technology Management & Economics
My current research is perhaps best summarised
supply. Sustainable supply refers to structures and management of
supply chains where economic, environmental, and social performance intersect. Here I seek to respond to and further shape societal
challenges such as sustainable development (e.g. climate change, resource
utilisation) as well as the industrial challenge of digitalisation, servitisation,
and the ‘knowing-doing gap’ of ‘how to make it happen’. This is based upon recent developments in the field of supply chain management and logistics, and
related disciplines of services management, operations management, and
organisation theory. On the backdrop of this, sustainable supply seeks
to develop principles for improved practice, in which people play a key role.
The first stream of research focuses on sustainable
The second stream of research focuses on
emerging technology in the supply chain, and seeks to combine the implications
of sustainability and digitalisation through the concept of ‘services’ in the
wider context of a supply chain. Parts of this research focuses on logistics
services providers, their customers and end-users (service triads):
The third stream of research refers to theory
required to deliver into the promise of ‘principles’ and ‘practices’
through ‘people’. This is primarily driven by:
*Funded by the Swedish Energy Agency, Logistik och transportstiftelsen
(LTS) and Chalmers Area of Advance Transport.
Published: Thu 17 May 2018.
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