Lecturer in Operations and Supply Chain Management, University of Leicester
Adegboyega Oyedijo, PhD, FHEA, Chartered CMILT, Chartered MCIPS.
Dr Ade Oyedijo is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Operations and Supply Chain Management at the University of Leicester School of Business, University of Leicester, UK.
Ade has held permanent or visiting positions at institutions such as University College Dublin, University of Stirling, The University of Hull, and Newcastle University. 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.
He 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. He also obtained a BA (Hons) in Business and Management Studies from The University of Hertfordshire.
His research interests currently address unique issues facing organisations today from a multidisciplinary lens. His current work focuses on the resilience of food supply chains, justice and fairness in supply chain relationships, supply and value chain systems in emerging markets (especially in Africa), and the role of people in the intra/inter-firm setting.
Ade is a Chartered Procurement and Supply Professional (Chartered MCIPS) with the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS), a Chartered Member with the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CMILT), and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).
More general information on Dr Oyedijo can be found on this website: https://le.ac.uk/people/ade-oyedijo
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