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Ed Sweeney

Professor of Logistics and Systems, Director, Aston Logistics & Systems Institute

    • School of Engineering and Applied Science, Aston University

      B4 7ET Birmingham

      United Kingdom

    1989 …2019
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    Social Sciences

    air traffic
    Blended Learning
    career
    certification
    communication technology
    competitiveness
    content analysis
    costs
    customer
    divergence
    education
    employer
    evaluation
    evidence
    expertise
    firm
    German Federal Railways
    graduate
    Group
    industry
    information technology
    institute of technology
    interview
    Ireland
    learning
    learning process
    learning theory
    logistics
    mail survey
    management
    market
    medium-sized enterprise
    outsourcing
    research focus
    road
    savings
    scenario
    service provider
    shortage
    simulation
    simulation model
    social isolation
    supply
    sustainability
    utilization
    value chain
    warehousing

    Business & Economics

    Agenda
    Airlines
    And supply chain management
    Business environment
    Buyers
    Competitive advantage
    Competitiveness
    Consortium
    Costs
    Critical success factors
    Divergence
    E-marketplace
    Empirical investigation
    Environmental sustainability
    Excellence
    Factors
    Industry
    Information and communication technology
    Innovation
    Integrated
    Ireland
    Literature review
    Logistics
    Logistics industry
    Logistics service
    Logistics service providers
    Management research
    Management theory
    Managers
    Manufacturing
    Outsourcing
    Pharmaceutical industry
    Planning
    Procurement
    Purchasing
    Questionnaire survey
    Reengineering
    Republic of Ireland
    Roads
    Scenarios
    Shareholder value
    Strategy development
    Supply chain
    Supply chain integration
    Supply chain management
    Systems approach
    Technology adoption
    Third party logistics providers
    Third-party logistics
    Transport industry