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The Applicability of Autopoietic Cybernetics in Humanitarian Supply Chain Thinking (2022)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Duddy, D., Weaver, M., & Stantchev, D. (2022). The Applicability of Autopoietic Cybernetics in Humanitarian Supply Chain Thinking. In Full Papers. Logistics Research Network Conference 2022: Supply Chain Innovation; People, Process, Technology (129-139)

Purpose: This research examines whether an autopoietic cybernetic model can assist in achieving greater effectiveness and efficiency in the humanitarian supply chain paradigm. It examines the extent to which a holistic view is taken during humani... Read More about The Applicability of Autopoietic Cybernetics in Humanitarian Supply Chain Thinking.

Learning Through Competition (2022)
Journal Article
Mackenzie, C., Bauer, A. C., & Reiterer, J. (2022). Learning Through Competition. International Journal of Sales Transformation, 8(1), 11-12

The USA has been foremost in developing and promoting sales competitions for university graduates. However, this dominance is quietly being challenged by the Europeans and universities across South East Asia. There are different factors at play acr... Read More about Learning Through Competition.

Strategies for success? Market entry strategies of new craft beer producers (2021)
Book Chapter
Quinn, D., Ellis, V., & Richards, J. (2021). Strategies for success? Market entry strategies of new craft beer producers. In D. Clarke, V. Ellis, H. Patrick-Thomson, & D. Weir (Eds.), Researching Craft Beer: Understanding Production, Community and Cultur

Fewer than half of UK start-up businesses will survive beyond 5 years and there are many, and complex, reasons for this (ONS, 2020). In the Scottish Small Business Survey of 2019, competition in the market was considered the number one obstacle to su... Read More about Strategies for success? Market entry strategies of new craft beer producers.

Collaborating with the Cities can B Movement: The case of Edinburgh can B (2021)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Weaver, M., & Tan, H. (2021, December). Collaborating with the Cities can B Movement: The case of Edinburgh can B. Presented at 2021 B Academics Global Community of Practice Conversations, Online

The 2021 B Academics Global Community of Practice Conversations was focused on collaborative experiences in research, teaching and practice. The event showcases how academics and organizations can collaborate and create value, contributing to the tra... Read More about Collaborating with the Cities can B Movement: The case of Edinburgh can B.

The CATE Collection: conclusion (2021)
Book Chapter
Weaver, M., Tolson, D., Irving-Bell, D., & Watchman Smith, N. (2021). The CATE Collection: conclusion. In D. Tolson, N. Watchman Smith, D. Irving-Bell, & M. Weaver (Eds.), The CATE Collection: Together in Collaborative Educational Leadership (127-135). Hi

In this concluding chapter we highlight key messages for anyone who is considering preparing a CATE application. Building on the practical ingredients for success shared in chapter 9, we offer a CATE mnemonic, extending the CATE repertoire for CATE t... Read More about The CATE Collection: conclusion.

Getting students on board: a cross-sector collaboration (2021)
Book Chapter
Brodie, J., & Weaver, M. (2021). Getting students on board: a cross-sector collaboration. In D. Tolson, N. Watchman Smith, D. Irving-Bell, & M. Weaver (Eds.), The CATE Collection: Together in Collaborative Educational Leadership (22-32). Higher Education

This chapter discusses the development and impact of Edinburgh Napier’s intervention on young governance leaders in Scotland. Traditionally, UK board trustees have been ‘male and stale’ with an average age of a trustee being 61. In 2013, Dr Miles Wea... Read More about Getting students on board: a cross-sector collaboration.

Sales is not just about action but interaction (2021)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Mackenzie, C. (2021, October). Sales is not just about action but interaction. Presented at Turku University of Applied Science, Online

An explanation about how sales is not simply about talking but about the process of interacting.

Grand Challenges and OR: Net Zero Transition, Business for Good and Vaccinating the World (2021)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Weaver, M. (2021, September). Grand Challenges and OR: Net Zero Transition, Business for Good and Vaccinating the World. Presented at OR63 Online: Creating a better future, Online

The world meets again. All eyes on Glasgow as the UK hosts the UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) on 1 – 12 November 2021. Bringing together parties to accelerate action on climate in what is known as our final decade to act. W... Read More about Grand Challenges and OR: Net Zero Transition, Business for Good and Vaccinating the World.

Supporting Entrepreneurship Students’ Sense of Belonging in Online Virtual Spaces (2021)
Journal Article
Brodie, J., & Osowska, R. (2021). Supporting Entrepreneurship Students’ Sense of Belonging in Online Virtual Spaces. Industry and Higher Education, 35(4), https://doi.org/10.1177/0950422221999264

Universities globally are aspiring to grow through investing in the delivery of online learning Programmes. However, the attrition rate for online learning is high. Thomas, Herbert and Teras (2014) identified that those students with a sense of belo... Read More about Supporting Entrepreneurship Students’ Sense of Belonging in Online Virtual Spaces.

Entrepreneurship and institutional challenges: disincentives or opportunities? Case studies in the Palestinian mobile phone sector (2021)
Thesis
Alaydi, S. (2021). Entrepreneurship and institutional challenges: disincentives or opportunities? Case studies in the Palestinian mobile phone sector. (Thesis). University of Glasgow. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/2833859

This study aims to address the core research question, are institutional barriers and voids in extremely uncertain environments perceived as disincentives and/or opportunities? The emphasis in the extant entrepreneurship literature is mainly on the s... Read More about Entrepreneurship and institutional challenges: disincentives or opportunities? Case studies in the Palestinian mobile phone sector.

The development of a performance measurement system for indirect procurement: a Delphi study (2020)
Journal Article
Darom, M., & Plant, E. (2023). The development of a performance measurement system for indirect procurement: a Delphi study. Measuring Business Excellence, 27(4), 579-601. https://doi.org/10.1108/MBE-05-2019-0047

Purpose This study aims to address the current gap in knowledge of indirect procurement performance management. It attempts to argue the need for a specific and tailored performance management approach for the indirect procurement function that inco... Read More about The development of a performance measurement system for indirect procurement: a Delphi study.

Barriers to Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurs-investigating the Evidence and Examining the Turfs (2020)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Bariture, B., & Omeihe, K. (2020, September). Barriers to Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurs-investigating the Evidence and Examining the Turfs. Paper presented at Advancements in Migrant and Refugee Entrepreneurship Research, Birmingham, UK

A report commissioned by the Federation of Small Businesses in Scotland, articulated that ethnic minority-led SMEs generated £13 billion in revenue and 107,000 jobs for the Scottish economy (FSB, 2020). Despite this feat, there is clear evidence tha... Read More about Barriers to Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurs-investigating the Evidence and Examining the Turfs.

The Applicability of Commercial Supply Chain Models in Humanitarian Supply Chain Thinking (2019)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Duddy, D. G., Weaver, M., & Stantchev, D. (2019). The Applicability of Commercial Supply Chain Models in Humanitarian Supply Chain Thinking.

This research argues that there are a number of potential pitfalls when using traditional commercial supply chain models for humanitarian supply chain issues and it examines the extent to which existing humanitarian supply chain thinking is based on... Read More about The Applicability of Commercial Supply Chain Models in Humanitarian Supply Chain Thinking.

Accounting for the Ideology and Culture within Literature: Deconstruction of Arguments in Modern Islamic Discourse on Economics and Finance (2019)
Journal Article
Khaleel, F., & Avdukic, A. (2019). Accounting for the Ideology and Culture within Literature: Deconstruction of Arguments in Modern Islamic Discourse on Economics and Finance. Interdisciplinary Journal of Economics and Business Law, 8(2), 112-137

There currently exists a body of discourse on finance, economics, and social governance representative of emerging and contemporary Islamic thought with an aim to create an Islamic perspective within these fields. It consists of legal rulings, recomm... Read More about Accounting for the Ideology and Culture within Literature: Deconstruction of Arguments in Modern Islamic Discourse on Economics and Finance.

Cracking the Enterprise Code: An educator's reflections for effective Teaching and Quality Learning (2019)
Journal Article
Omeihe, I., & Omeihe, K. O. (2019). Cracking the Enterprise Code: An educator's reflections for effective Teaching and Quality Learning. Journal of Higher Education Service Science and Management, 2(3), 1-12

There is a broad consensus that curriculum design principles and practices must be underpinned by effective institutional, national and international agendas. This argument is strengthened by the assertion that teaching and learning activities are de... Read More about Cracking the Enterprise Code: An educator's reflections for effective Teaching and Quality Learning.

Exploring the attitudes towards entrepreneurship in a transforming society. The case of Poland (2019)
Journal Article
Osowska, R. (2019). Exploring the attitudes towards entrepreneurship in a transforming society. The case of Poland. Management International, 23(5), 26-35

This study is an analysis on the perception of entrepreneurship in Polish society across two decades, starting from year 1990, which marked the end of communism. 129 articles have been analysed to identify the social value of entrepreneurship and lat... Read More about Exploring the attitudes towards entrepreneurship in a transforming society. The case of Poland.

Transformative Reflexivity: Teaching and Quality Enterprise Pedagogy (2019)
Journal Article
Omeihe, I., & Omeihe, K. O. (2019). Transformative Reflexivity: Teaching and Quality Enterprise Pedagogy. Journal of Higher Education Service Science and Management, 2(2),

Research summary In this paper, we examine with interest teaching and quality in enterprise pedagogy. This becomes pertinent as quality enterprise pedagogy lays the foundation for student development and empowerment. We have theorised by drawing on t... Read More about Transformative Reflexivity: Teaching and Quality Enterprise Pedagogy.

OR and Grand Challenges: The Future of Mobility and Healthy Aging? (2019)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Weaver, M., & Barnes, S. (2019, September). OR and Grand Challenges: The Future of Mobility and Healthy Aging?. Presented at Operational Research Society Conference, University of Kent

When launched in 2017 the future UK Industrial Strategy focused on one shortcoming and four Grand Challenges for the UK as the first industrialised nation. The shortcoming we need address is productivity, in the widest sense, increasing this from the... Read More about OR and Grand Challenges: The Future of Mobility and Healthy Aging?.