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Ade Oyedijo

Ade Oyedijo joined the University of Leicester in 2022. Before that, he held permanent or visiting positions at institutions such as University College Dublin, Stirling Management School, Hull University Business School, Newcastle University Business School, and York Business School. Prior to joining academia, Ade worked in the Logistics and Transport industry for multinational firms such as FedEx and TNT, where he supervised the international movement of complex goods. Ade obtained a PhD in Procurement and Supply Chain Management, an MSc in Operations, Logistics, and Supply Chain Management, as well as a Postgraduate Certificate (Pg.Cert) in Advanced Research Training from Newcastle University. Before that, he obtained a BA (Hons) in Business and Management Studies from The University of Hertfordshire. He is a Chartered MCIPS, a Chartered Member (CMILT), and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).

Publications

  • https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tourman.2022.104558
  • https://doi.org/10.1108/SCM-06-2020-0263
  • https://doi.org/10.1080/00207543.2021.1944390
  • https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-70538-1
  • https://doi.org/10.1108/K-03-2021-0202
  • https://doi.org/10.1080/00207543.2021.1928319
  • https://doi.org/10.1108/ER-09-2019-0375
  • https://theconversation.com/firms-from-rich-countries-are-taking-factories-home-what-this-means-for-africa-185456
  • https://www.ipt.org.uk/newsroom/details/Event-Blog-Building-Resilient-Food-Supply-Chains
  • https://library.myebook.com/CILT/focus-april-2022/3982/#page/47
  • https://library.myebook.com/CILT/focus-november-2021/3697/#page/25
  • The contribution of human resource development managers to organisational branding in the hotel industry in India and South East Asia (ISEA): a dynamic capabilities perspective
  • The role of fairness in multi-tier sustainable supply chains
  • Supply chain mapping: a proposed construct
  • Restraining forces and drivers of supply chain collaboration: evidence from an emerging market
  • Supply Chain Management Systems in Africa: Insights from Nigeria
  • A best-worst-method-based performance evaluation framework for manufacturing industry
  • Signalling the corporate brand promise to front-line employees: The role of learning and development in internal branding
  • Embedding corporate social responsibility in small and medium-sized enterprises: a framework for successful implementation and value creation through employee engagement
  • Multi-tier sustainable supply chain management: a case study of a global food retailer
  • Connecting the dots: uncovering the relationships between challenges confronting Africa's organ transplant supply chain systems
  • The digital transformation conundrum: negotiating complexity through interactive framing
  • Relationships Between Disruptions and Unethical Procurement and Supply Chain Practices: Insights from the Covid-19 Pandemic
  • Firms from rich countries are taking factories home: what this means for Africa
  • Human organ supply chains: current issues and potential solutions
  • Food shortages: five ways to fix ‘unfair’ supply chains
  • 5 ways to make food supply chains fairer
  • Human organs for transplant: 5 steps Africa must take to improve the supply chain
  • 5 ways to strengthen Nigeria's poultry supply chain’
  • How climate-smart procurement can tackle climate change in Nigeria
  • Building Resilient Food Supply Chains
  • Building resilient food supply chains
  • Fairness in supply chain relationships

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