HPC Supply Chain Innovation Lab welcomes Visiting Professor Beverly Tyler
The HPC Supply Chain Innovation Lab is delighted to announce its first Visiting Professor Beverly Tyler.
Beverly is an outstanding academic scholar (https://poole.ncsu.edu/people/btyler/) and currently a Professor of Strategic Management at Poole College of Management at North Carolina State University, USA.
Beverly’s research has been published in leading academic journals such as Organization Science, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Operations Management, and Journal of Management Studies.
Her world-leading research in contracting and buyer-supplier relationship management research speaks to the core research themes of the HPC Supply Chain Innovation Lab.
The team is proud to work on a joint research project focusing on the roles and impact of different professionals to drive the inclusion and evolution of various contract clauses in complex contracts governing supply networks.
For 2018, Beverly is working with the HPC Lab and Professor Veronica Hope Hailey to deliver a high-profile workshop entitled ‘The Golden Triangle of Business, Government and Academia’. This event will take place at the end of April 2018 and will include business leaders from, for instance, EDF Energy, key policymakers from the Cabinet Office, and leading academics such as Professor Per Holden Anderson, Dean of Copenhagen Business School (CBS). This event will take place at the University of Bath and is expected to attract a wide audience including academics, business leaders, policymakers and students.