Operations, Logistics and Supply Chain Management
The Operations, Logistics and Supply Chain Management SIG is focused on all aspects of Operations, Logistics and Supply Chain Management (OLSCM).
About the SIG
This Special Interest Group (OLSCM) is focused on all aspects of Operations, Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
Our 200+ global community’s interests include research, teaching and impact across the public, private and civic spheres of society. We share cutting-edge research and practices with current trends in sustainability, ethics and digital technologies transforming our understanding of the field. We aim to provide a forum for contemporary research ideas and outputs which respond to grand challenges and industrial needs so as to guide the practices of managers and future researchers. As such this SIG has broad relevance and interest to practitioners.
Our active network is an innovator in BAM, having introduced the SIG Snapshot – our quarterly newsletter where members share news, events and opportunities and celebrate our successes. Our LinkedIN group has 260 members who regularly share news and connect with the wider LinkedIN community. We also expanded our annual workshops into seminar series in which our members can explore more deeply and develop skills in research, teaching and impact. Last year we ran the Impact Seminar Series and this year we are hosting the Visualisation series (see information below).
The SIG’s mandate is to provide a platform for engagement between academics and practitioners in shaping the research agenda through discussion, collaboration and events. With this in mind, AGM2022 decided to strategically develop relationships with social and economic practitioners. We will begin by creating an impact track at Conference2023 and are keen to co-create this strategy going forward with our members.
- Investigating opportunities and challenges to inform practices in Operations, Logistics and Supply Chain Management (OLSCM)
- Encouraging and supporting innovative research which has potential to advance the field of OLSCM
- To theoretically and practically advance the disciplines of OLSCM across manufacturing/service/private and public settings
- To support continuous professional development of practitioners and academics through collaborative networks and events
- To provide a supportive developmental environmental for doctoral researchers in any of the areas within our broad discipline.
SIG Events 2022-2023
9th January 2023 – Writing Retreat – University of Leicester – Open to OSLCM SIG members
Visualisation Seminar Series – Online – Open to all
May 2023 - Doctoral Workshop – Online - Open to doctoral students
SIG Annual Meeting Minutes 2022BAM_OLSCM_AM_Minutes2022 (1).pdf
SIG Committee Members 2023
SIG Chair – Kate McLoughlin, University College Dublin
SIG Secretary and Membership Coordinator – Nicola Bateman, University of Leicester
SIG Communications and Website Coordinator - Muhammad Mustafa Kamal, Coventry University
SIG Treasurer - Tammi Sinha, University of Southampton
Doctoral Representative (out-going) - Anna-Maria Nitsche, University of West Saxon Zwickau
Doctoral Representative (in-coming) – Deepak Asokan, University of Manchester
Conference Track Chairs (in-coming) - Mark Bentley and Muhammad M Kamal