|Position||Senior Lecturer in Operations Management|
|Department||School of Management|
|Telephone||+44 (0)1274 235673|
Research Interests (key words only)
Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities
Malcolm is currently responsible for teaching Operations Management, Project Management and World Class Operations at post graduate level. He has taught for the School of Management in these subjects on post graduate programmes in the Bahamas, Europe and the Middle and Far East.
Present responsibilities include further programme development especially in computer based learning and the use of SAP as a teaching medium.
Malcolm is a university lecturer in Production and Operations Management at the University of Bradford's School of Management. His previous experience includes working for the United Nations (Food Agriculture Organisation) on various food and water projects in Asia, Africa and Arabia. Prior to this he was a food technologist and factory manager for a blue chip organisation in the UK.
MSc (Sheffield Hallam)
Research interests have included the development of computer based scheduling and planning systems for small organisations and the development of manufacturing process improvement techniques for the service sector.