Dr Glenn Parry
Affiliated Research Centre: Lean and Agile Research Group (LARG)
Theme: Value, process excellence and strategy
Glenn Parry is a researcher at the Lean and Agile Research Group (LARG) based at the University of Bath, School of Management. His research is characterised by a strong industrial focus on process combined with the rigour of academic analysis. His research aims to capture leading practice, move UK companies forward through process change and challenge company and government policy with data driven analysis.
He is involved in the Automotive sector as part of the EU Intelligent Logistics for Innovative Product Technologies (ILIPT) 5 day car project, the UK aerospace sector as part of the UK Lean Aerospace Initiative, UK construction sector as part of the Agile Construction Initiative.
Parry, G., James-Moore, M., Graves, A. (2006) Outsourcing engineering commodity procurement, Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 11, (5), 436-443
Parry, G., James-Moore, M., Graves, A. (2006) The Threat to Core Competence Posed by Developing Closer Supply Chain Relationships, International Journal of Logistics: Research and its Applications, 9 (3), 295-305
Parry, G., Turner, C.E.,(2006) Application of lean visual process management tools, Production Planning and Control, 17 (1) 77-86
Parry, G., James-Moore, M. (2005) Is Enterprise Resource Planning Compatible With Lean Manufacturing – Can Push Be Reconciled With Pull?, International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Systems: Special Edition on Lean, 8, (1), 1-9