Paul has over 40 years as a practitioner centred on Management Accounting , but with additional senior management roles in Marketing (4 years), Systems Audit (2 years), Strategic Analysis and Planning (4 years), ERP project direction (4 years based in France, but with implementations of SAP roll-out in Germany, Spain, Italy, and Portugal).
Paul has been a member of the UK Management Control Association for 25 years and has recently been elected to the Council of the MCA.
Paul has been an associate lecturer at Sheffield University since 2013 lecturing in Supply Chain Accounting (MSc Logistics) and Finance (BA Finance), and prior to that a visiting speaker on ERP implementations.
Profitability Analysis in Supply Chains
- A Focus on the Construction products Sector
Scope of Research (aims and objectives)
The objective is to research the approaches to profitability analysis within complex supply chains in a competitive environment using a Bourdieu Practice Theory perspective.
The specific issues to be researched are:
- Revenue Recognition
- Ability to use alternative axes of analysis
- Practice and behavioural issues with specific reference to communication
practice and limitations within organisational and supply chain frameworks within
a competitive environment
Organisational Control in a Global Context ; MCA Edinburgh (2004)
Profitability Analysis in Supply Chains ; BAFA (2015)
The strategic use of IT in the supply chain - Marson & Massey, (1998)