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Professeur associé GIP CEI-ESLI

Responsable du Pôle International

 

Teaching areas

Global Supply Chain Management; Business Intelligence; Geopolitics and Globalization; Supply Chain Management simulation workshop; International Business Communication

Diplomas and qualifications 

PhD (December 2016) University of Westminster, London, U.K. Thesis title: “SMEs and global supply chains in the French agricultural machinery sector”

Master of Science Degree (MSc) in Politics and Administration, Birkbeck College, University of London
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.Hons.) in Politics & French, City of London Polytechnic

Research interests

Supply chain management, strategy, theory, governance and power; small and medium-sized firms; informal networks; sustainable supply chains; logistics warehousing and automation; qualitative research methods; grounded theory

Professional Experience in Higher Education

2013-2016 Senior Lecturer, ESC Rennes School of Business, France

1998-2013 Senior Lecturer, Ecole Supérieure de Logistique Industrielle, Redon, France

Professional Experience in company

1995-98 Housing Association Development Manager, The Carr-Gomm Society, London, UK

1988-95 Team Manager, Housing Services Agency, London, UK

Published Articles

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles:

Sbihi, A., Chraibi, S., Sauvage, T. and Cragg, T. “An exploratory model for outsourcing-purchasing activities based on a comparative study” Accepted for publication (June 2017) in Supply Chain Forum: an International Journal http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/vdPz7tGICPsaBQ6r8u8F/full

Descubes, I., McNamara, T. and Cragg, T. “Recycling Waste & Upcycling People: A new type of environmentally-motivated social enterprise strategy” Accepted for publication (May 2017) in the International Journal of Manufacturing Technology and Management

Cragg, T. and McNamara, T. (2017) “An ICT-based framework to improve global supply chain integration for final assembly SMEs” Forthcoming in the Journal of Enterprise Information Management – Special Issue:  IT System Innovation out of Crisis: Lessons from Supply Chain Failures, Natural Disasters and Crisis Events

Refereed Conference Papers:

Cragg, T. “How do SMEs in the French agricultural machinery sector manage their global supply chains?” Prolog conference, ESC La Rochelle, France, May 2017

Cragg, T. “Using grounded theory to research SMEs and global supply chains” UK Logistics Research Network (LRN) conference, Hull, England, September 2016

Cragg, T. “Relationships and structure in SME global supply chains” UK Logistics Research Network (LRN) conference, Derby, England, September 2015

Cragg, T. “Relationships, structure and governance in SME global supply chainsEuropean Group for Organizational studies (EGOS) conference, Athens, Greece, July 2015, Workshop sub theme: “The internationalization of SMEs”

Cragg, T. “Relationship governance in complex global manufacturing supply chains: case studies of SMEs in the French agricultural machinery sector” Rencontres Internationales de la Recherche en Supply Chain et Logistique (RIRL), Marseille, France, May 2014

Cragg, T. “SMEs and international Supply Chains: an Agency Theory perspective” The International Colloquium in Relationship Marketing (ICRM) ESC Rennes, France, September 2013

Book Chapters, Case Studies and Readings:

Cragg, T. and McNamara, T. (2014) “Chapter 2 Closing Case: France’s troubled economy” in International Business – Global Edition, 10th ed., by Hill, C., McGraw – Hill Publishers

Cragg, T. and McNamara, T. (2014) “Chapter 15 Opening Case: Sulky Burel in Russia” in International Business – Global Edition, 10th ed., by Hill, C., McGraw – Hill Publishers

McNamara, T. and Cragg, T. (2014) “Chapter 9 Opening Case: US – Mexico trade relations after 20 years of NAFTA. Is there a dark side to free trade?” in International Business – Global Edition, 10th ed., by Hill, C., McGraw – Hill Publishers

McNamara, T. and Cragg, T. (2014) “Chapter 16 Opening Case: Ex-Im bank & Boeing; Even billion dollar companies need a little help some times.” in International Business – Global Edition, 10th ed., by Hill, C., McGraw – Hill Publishers

Practitioner Journal Articles:

Cragg, T., McNamara, T., Shaaban, S. (2017) « Buffers And Merging Assembly Lines: Balanced Or Unbalanced? », Impromag, July 31

https://www.impomag.com/article/2017/07/buffers-and-merging-assembly-lines-balanced-or-unbalanced

Cragg, T. and McNamara, T. (2016) “From physical flows to information flows: An evolving concept of Supply Chain Management” Supply Chain Management Review, February 1 http://www.scmr.com/article/from_physical_flows_to_information_flows_an_evolving_concept_of_supply_chai

Cragg, T. and McNamara, T. (2014) “Known Unknowns’ in Global Supply Chains” Supply Chain Management Review, June 2 http://www.scmr.com/article/known_unknowns_in_global_supply_chains

Other Academic functions

Reviewer for the academic journal, Kybernetes

Special session organizer for the Logistics Organization Management conference (GOL) in Le Havre, April 2018. Theme title: Digital supply chains

http://lmah.univ-lehavre.fr/~conferences/GOL18/thematic-sessions.html