A team of tutors supports the learning process throughout the programme, providing subject knowledge as well as guidance and support to participants. The tutors are drawn from industry, academia and civil society. They all have direct experience of working with industry on supply chain strategy.
As well as chairing workshop sessions and delivering workshop inputs in their areas of expertise, tutors support participants in their individual assignments and each tutor facilitates a group project. Tutors serve as first markers for all submitted assignments and provide feedback to participants.
PCSVC tutors include:
- Nancy is Professor in Sustainable Business Management and Practice at The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE) at Lund University, Sweden and Associate Professor at Delft University of Technology, Industrial Design Engineering, where she was awarded the TU Delft Technology Fellowship (2015). Her research focuses on sustainable business models, and design and innovation for a circular economy.
- Ian is Sustainability Manager with Jaguar Land Rover, Vehicle Engineering. This role includes managing key vehicle sustainability attributes such as energy management, light-weighting and environmental lifecycle impacts (including: supply chain, closed-loop materials management, lifecycle greenhouse gas emissions and end of life) throughout the product development process.
- David is an expert in enabling organisations to be more effective in their sustainability ambitions through collaborating with others. He is currently Executive Director and acting Chairman of AIM-Progress, the 44-company FMCG sector taskforce working collaboratively to improve responsible sourcing practices in their common supply chains.
- Dr Benn Lawson is a University Senior Lecturer in Operations Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, and Director of the Centre for Process Excellence & Innovation.
- Juliane is Professor of Organizational Behaviour at Warwick Business School and part of the Industrial Relations Research Unit at the University of Warwick.