Items where Author is "Heron, Graeme"

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Article

Sainidis, Eustathios, Robson, Andrew and Heron, Graeme (2019) Environmental turbulence and the role of business functions in the manufacturing strategy debate: the case of UK-based SMEs and the Great Recession. Journal of General Management, 44 (4). pp. 190-208. ISSN 0306-3070

Heron, Graeme and Oglethorpe, David (2013) Testing the theory of constraints in UK local food supply chains. International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 33 (10). pp. 1346-1367. ISSN 0144-3577

Oglethorpe, David and Heron, Graeme (2010) Sensible operational choices for the climate change agenda. The International Journal of Logistics Management, 21 (3). pp. 538-557. ISSN 0957-4093

Report

Sainidis, Eustathios, Robson, Andrew and Heron, Graeme (2013) Manufacturing SMEs in the Post-recession Business Environment – Key Messages for a Sustainable Business. Project Report. Northumbria University Research Report.

Heron, Graeme (2011) Standing at the crossroads: a comparative analysis of logistics, supply chain mechanisms, collaboration and customer fulfillment strategies at farmers markets in the North-East Of England and the state of Delaware between May & October 2011. Other. Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne.

Oglethorpe, David and Heron, Graeme (2009) Investigating the practicalities and benefits of local food production, and identifying any unintended effects and trade-offs. Project Report. Defra, London, UK.

Heron, Graeme and Oglethorpe, David (2009) New researchers 'A Road to Nowhere? Logistics & distribution barriers faced by local food supply chains. Working Paper. Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.

Conference or Workshop Item

Sainidis, Eustathios and Heron, Graeme (2014) Dealing with environmental turbulence – manufacturing strategy review and the changing roles of the business functions post 2008-recession. In: British Academy of Management (BAM 2014), 09-11 September 2014, Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Shokri, Alireza, Heron, Graeme and Powell, Daryl (2014) Reducing waste in food supply networks. In: 5th International Conference on lean Six Sigma - Workshop Day, 30 June - 1 July 2014, Edinburgh - Scotland.

Shokri, Alireza and Heron, Graeme (2014) The Adoption of Lean Six Sigma in the UK ‘Third Sector’ to Reduce and Control Waste to Promote Good Parctice in Supply to overcome Food Insecurity Amongst the Urban Poor. In: 5th International Conference on Lean Six Sigma, 30th June-1st July 2014, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Heron, Graeme, Morley, Michael and Oglethorpe, David (2014) The application of ‘just in time’ to reverse logistics to increase network efficiencies and sustainability factors: a feasibility study. In: Transport Research Arena (TRA) 2014, 14-17 April 2014, Paris, France.

Sainidis, Eustathios, Robson, Andrew and Heron, Graeme (2013) Realigning the manufacturing priorities of SMEs as a result of the 2008 UK economic downturn. In: British Academy of Management Annual Conference (BAM 2013), 10-12 September 2013, Aintree Racecourse, Liverpool.

Morley, Michael, Heron, Graeme and Oglethorpe, David (2013) The application of ‘just in time’ to reverse logistics: a feasibility study from the UK multiple retail sector. In: 18th Annual LRN Annual Conference and PhD Workshop 2013, 4-6 September 2013, Aston University, Birmingham.

Heron, Graeme and Oglethorpe, David (2009) A road to nowhere? Logistics and distribution barriers faced by local food supply chains. In: 14th Annual Logistics Research Network Conference (LRN 2009), 9-11 September 2009, Cardiff, Wales.

Oglethorpe, David, Heron, Graeme and Slack, Richard (2008) Localising food supply chains: myths & mires. In: Logistics Research Network (LRN) Annual Conference, 10-12 September 2008, Liverpool, UK.

Thesis

Heron, Graeme (2011) Exploring Alternative Models of Localisation in Food Supply Chains: A Theory of Constraints Approach. Doctoral thesis, Northumbria University.

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