Wednesday, October 22nd , Terry Hill, Consultant and Emeritus Fellow in Operations Management at Oxford University, will present the research seminar entitle:
“MANAGING THE SUPPLY CHAIN”
Please click here Terry Hill presentation – Oct 08.pdf to read the paper of the research seminar and a brief CV below.
The research seminar will be held in Castellón de la Plana 8, room CP-300, at 15:00.
*Please confirm your attendance to Tertulias@ie.edu  – Admission is subject to availability
If you would like to meet with Terry Hill, please contact Ángel Díaz (email@example.com ).
Emeritus Fellow, Saïd Business School, Oxford University.
Research AreasTerry recently headed a £500,000 research contract with the Department of Trade and Industry linked to their Manufacturing, Planning and Implementation Scheme. He is currently heading a £400,000 research contract into customer service provision within the service sector.
Publications include: Small Business: Production/Operations Management (Macmillan, 1987); The Essence of Operations Management (Prentice Hall, 1993); Manufacturing Strategy: the Strategic Management of the Manufacturing Function (second edition, Macmillan, 1993); The Strategy Quest (AMD Publishing, 1998); Manufacturing Strategy: Text and Cases (third edition, Irwin-McGraw Hill, 2000); Operations Management : Strategic Context and Managerial Analysis (Macmillan 2000); Manufacturing Strategy: Text and Cases (second edition, Macmillan 2000).
Terry Hill joined Templeton College, University of Oxford, in April 2000. He was previously at the London Business School where he held a Chair in Operations Management and has also held faculty positions at the Universities of Bath and North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Currently he is Adjunct Professor at The Ohio State University and Visiting Professor at both the University of Pretoria and Milan Polytechnic.
Before entering education he held several positions in firms within the industrial sector. These included plant manager of an injection moulding company within the McKechnie Group and a similar position within the Caradon Group, a group of companies manufacturing a range of domestic and industrial sound signals and auxiliary equipment.