iTunesU collection reaches Number 1.
The "Supply Chain & Logistics Management" by Cranfield University iTunesU collection became the Number 1 downloaded Business Collection on iTunesU during the month of July 2011. The collection includes many of Professor Richard Wilding's Videos and podcasts. It is freely available through iTunes, just select iTunesU and search. Or select iTunesU Preview Here.
Professor Richard Wilding - Papers for Free Download
Professor Richard Wilding and his colleagues at Cranfield are making their academic papers, presentations and practitioner articles available for free download.
To access and search our databases visit Cranfield CERES.
Forthcoming Cranfield Programmes in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
Professor Richard Wilding is course director of Cranfield's flagship "Supply Chain Management Programme". This 5 day programme is designed for managers and directors who are seeking new insights into how to align their supply chain to their markets in order to achieve competitive advantage.
Full details and course date are available Here.
Cranfield rated No. 1 for publications in Supply Chain ahead of all US Universities.
In a recent assessment of the most published Universities in Supply Chain Management Cranfield came No1. The study evaluated output by faculty members in refereed logistics, supply chain management and transportation journals. For more details click Here.
Professor Richard Wilding is honoured by being recognised and listed in three leading Who's Who Publications - A&C Black's Who's Who, Marquis Who's Who in the World & Debrett's People of Today.
Professor Richard Wilding has been honoured by being one of around 1000 “living noteworthy and influential individuals” who have been newly entered into A & C Blacks "Who’s Who" 2010 (162nd edition). His biography will be published in Who’s Who for the rest of his life. The Wall Street Journal (USA) has said that an entry in Who's Who "really puts the stamp on eminence on a modern British life” and the Daily Mail (U.K.) has described it as "Britain's most famous reference book". The Daily Telegraph (U.K.) states “Who's Who is a mirror in which society glimpses a reflection of its own achievement.” “The famous red covers of Who's Who are exclusive and only the enduringly notable get into them” The Times (U.K.).
The American “Marquis Who’s Who of the World” publication has recognised Professor Richard Wilding by including his biography in the 2010 edition. Since 1899 this USA based Who’s Who has chronicled the lives of the most accomplished individuals and innovators from every significant field of endeavor. Leading citizens from around the globe whose achievements influence the people of today and are worthy of permanent record.
Professor Richard Wilding is one of 650 new entrants hand-picked by Debrett’s for inclusion in “Debrett’s People of Today”. This definitive guide to Britain's meritocracy is the major biographical study of the U.K.'s most influential and successful people. Debrett's People of Today 2010 recognises the achievements of over 25,000 people drawn from every sector of society – from academics to writers, business leaders to sports personalities, civil servants to pop stars, clergy to politicians.
European supply chain industry honours Cranfield professor
Professor Richard Wilding, Chair of Supply Chain Risk Management at Cranfield School of Management was presented a Distinguished Service Award at an inaugural 2008 European Supply Chain Distinction Awards Ceremony held at the 10th Annual European Supply Chain & Logistics Summit in Düsseldorf last month.
The prestigious award for “Thought Leadership and Service to Supply Chain Management” was presented to Professor Wilding by one of the judges, Michael Aguilar, Former Executive Vice President, Panasonic Consumer Electronics and President, Intrepid Consulting Group LLC, USA.He said:“Richard thoroughly deserves this award for his unwavering commitment to supply chain management and for his thought leadership in advancing the supply chains of countless enterprises.”
The awards are designed to honour Europe’s leading supply chain management and logistics professionals who demonstrate best practice and excellence.Nominees and winners are independently chosen by the supply chain community after a thorough evaluation by a world-class judging panel.
Commenting on receiving the award, Professor Wilding paid tribute to those he worked with:“I am both surprised and thrilled to be given this award.It is a real delight as an academic to be recognised in this way by the supply chain industry.It is also a tremendous honour, not just for me personally but for those companies and academic colleagues that I work with.It’s through their contact with me over the years that I’ve been able to innovate and sharpen my thinking.This award is also for them.”
Professor Wilding has lectured, researched, consulted and published in the field of logistics for 17 years and regularly speaks at international conferences.The focus of his work is increasingly on supply chain risk management and the development of supply chain strategies to cope with the increasing uncertainty and complexity of the fluctuating market forces which shape the global economy.
Innovating the Global Supply Chain