Professor Jonathan Linton
PHD, MBA, PEng, BESc, BSc
Chair in Operations and Technology Management
+44 114 222 0988
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Sheffield University Management School
Jonathan is best known for his international interdisciplinary work at the interface of engineering, science and management and as the Editor-in-Chief of Technovation: the Journal of Technological Innovation Entrepreneurship and Technology Management.
Prior to joining Sheffield University Management School, he was the Power Corporation Professor at the University of Ottawa. He is also a former faculty member of the Lally School of Management, Rensselaer Polytechnic University and the Tandon School of Engineering, New York University.
Jonathan holds undergraduates in Materials Engineering and Biology from Western University in Ontario and an MBA and PHD from the Schulich School of Business, York University.
He is the foreign head of the Science Technology Studies Laboratory at the Higher School of Economics, Moscow and a registered Professional Engineer.
- Research interests
Professor Linton’s research considers management challenges that involve uncertainty and non-steady state conditions.
This includes: non-steady state behavior of technology-intense entrepreneurial firms, assessment and management of R&D projects and portfolios, firms and knowledge pathways to commercialization, opportunity recognition of the economic and social benefits associated with science and technological discoveries, close loop supply chains, continuous and discontinuous learning, and unintended consequences of innovation and change.
Besides being trained as a traditional quantitative social science researcher, Jonathan utilizes qualitative research or modeling depending on what set of approached is most appropriate for the question or problem of interest.
- Hierarchical Clustering for Large Data Sets. Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
- Impact of environmental knowledge and product quality on student attitude toward products with recycled/remanufactured content: Implications for environmental education and green manufacturing. Business Strategy and the Environment, 27(7), 935-945. View this article in WRRO
- Assessing Component Suitability and Optimizing Fusion Plant Design—Alternative Approaches to TRLs. IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 46(5), 1717-1724. View this article in WRRO
- Biotechnology Patenting in the BRICS Countries: Strategies and Dynamics. Trends in Biotechnology, 36(7), 642-645. View this article in WRRO
- Open innovation/integration versus disintermediation/disintegration. Technovation, 78, 1-3. View this article in WRRO
- DNA of the Triple Helix: Introduction to the special issue. Technovation, 76-77, 1-2. View this article in WRRO
- Towards a better understanding of the dynamics of value creation in R&D intensive small firms. R&D Management, 47(5), E1-E12. View this article in WRRO
- Revealing the Inner Beauty of Academic Research: Lessons from the Beauty and the Beast. Technovation, 66-67, 1-2. View this article in WRRO
- Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and The Small Business-Technology and Innovation in Small Business. Journal of Small Business Management, 55(2), 196-199. View this article in WRRO
- Why and how the value of science-based firms violates financial theory: Implications for policy and governance. Foresight and STI Governance, 11(1), 24-30.
- Emerging Technology Supply Chains. Technovation, 62-63, 1-3. View this article in WRRO
- E=mc 2 : Material and energy innovation as a basis for economic growth – Thoughts for scientists and engineers. Technovation, 68, 1-3. View this article in WRRO
- Improving the Peer review process: Capturing more information and enabling high-risk/high-return research. Research Policy, 45(9), 1936-1938.
- Willingness to Pay for Eco-Certified Refurbished Products: The Effects of Environmental Attitudes and Knowledge. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 20(4), 893-904.
- The symbiosis of science and technological innovation. Bridge, 46(2), 61-62.
- Linking the Value Assessment of Oil and Gas Firms to Ambidexterity Theory Using a Mixture of Normal Distributions. Oil & Gas Science and Technology – Revue d’IFP Energies nouvelles, 71(3), 36-36. View this article in WRRO
- Improving impact of research papers. Technovation, 52-53, 1-3.
- Standing at the crossroad of knowledge: Technology, innovation, entrepreneurship and the small business management – Policy perspectives. Technovation, 57-58, 1-3.
- Teaching innovation to technologists (non-business people) and non-technologists (business people): Scotch Whisky as an exemplar of process changing product an alternative to traditional lectures. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 100, 39-43. View this article in WRRO
- From Research Project to Research Portfolio: Meeting Scale and Complexity. Foresight-Russia, 9(2), 38-43.
- Offering branded remanufactured/recycled products: at what price?. Journal of Remanufacturing, 4(1).
- Improving value assessment of high-risk, high-reward biotechnology research: the role of ‘thick tails’. New Biotechnology, 31(2), 172-178.
- Academic dishonesty primer: How to avoid it—Advice for authors. Technovation, 34(1), 1-2.
- The challenge of cyber supply chain security to research and practice – An introduction. Technovation, 34(7), 339-341.
- Structuring papers for success: Making your paper more like a high impact publication than a desk reject. Technovation, 34(10), 571-573.
- Introduction to risk and uncertainty management in technological innovation. Technovation, 34(8), 395-398.
- Value of design for competitiveness – Introduction to the special issue. Technovation, 34(11), 647-648.
- Updating the top ranking business journals. Technovation, 33(12), 387-390.
- All journals need to correct errors. Nature, 504(7478), 33-33.
- Erratum for “Anawa, E. M. and Olabi, A. G. Using taguchi method to optimize welding pool of dissimilar laser-welded components” [Optics and Laser Technology 2008; 40(2): 379–388]. Optics & Laser Technology, 48, 351-352.
- Neo-Marshellian Equilibrium versus Schumpeterian Creative Destruction: Its Impact on Business Research and Economic Policy. Journal of Small Business Management, 51(2), 159-166.
- Examination of the behavior of R&D returns using a power law. Science and Public Policy, 40(2), 219-228.
- Extracting Value from Learning Curves: Integrating Theory and Practice. Creativity and Innovation Management, 22(1), 10-25.
- Erratum to “Taguchi-fuzzy multi output optimization (MOO) in high speed CNC turning of AISI P-20 tool steel” [Exp. Syst. Appl. 38(6) (2011) 6822–6828]. Expert Systems with Applications, 40(4), 1408-1409.
- Erratum to “Multi-attribute decision making for green electrical discharge machining” [Expert Syst. Appl. 38 (7) (2011) 8370–8374]. Expert Systems with Applications, 40(4), 1407-1407.
- Erratum to “Simultaneous optimization of flame spraying process parameters for high quality molybdenum coatings using taguchi methods” [Surf. Coat. Technol. 79(1–3) (1996) 276–288]. Surface and Coatings Technology, 214, 173-174.
- Where is research in business and management taking place?. Technovation, 33(4-5), 97-100.
- The effect of technology on learning during the acquisition and development of competencies in technology‐intensive small firms. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, 19(2), 165-186.
- Identifying the top ranking business journals. Technovation, 33(2-3), 25-29.
- Letter from Kyoto—a call for research in Science, Technology, and Society. Technovation, 33(4-5), 101-103.
- 2012 impact and thanks to reviewers. Technovation, 33(10-11), 311-313.
- Discussion of Kapsiz, M., Durat, M., Ficici, F. (2011). Friction and wear studies between cylinder liner and piston ring pair using Taguchi design method. Advances in Engineering Software, 42(8), 595–603. Advances in Engineering Software, 64, 71-73.
- What's hot and what's not: A summary of topics and papers in technology innovation management that are getting attention. Technovation, 32(12), 653-655.
- What are Research Expectations? A Comparative Study of Different Academic Disciplines. Serials Review, 38(4), 228-234.
- Service regime: An empirical analysis of innovation patterns in service firms. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 79(9), 1569-1582.
- Introduction to the Field of Nanotechnology Ethics and Policy. Journal of Business Ethics, 109(4), 547-549.
- Emerging Technologies and Ethics: A Race-to-the-Bottom or the Top?. Journal of Business Ethics, 109(4), 553-567.
- The patent paradox – New insights through decision support using compound options. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 79(1), 180-185.
- How to get your papers rejected (or not). Technovation, 32(1), 6-8.
- Managing highly flexible facilities: an essential complementary asset at risk. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, 18(2), 233-255.
- Business school research and rankings: Where do the schools really stand?. Technovation, 32(1), 1-5.
- 2011 Impact and thanks to reviewers. Technovation, 32(9-10), 499-501.
- What does journal fit and focus look like: A visual representation. Technovation, 31(12), 613-614.
- Publish or Perish: How Are Research and Reputation Related?. Serials Review, 37(4), 244-257.
- How influential are Technology Innovation Management journals—Technology Innovation Management Journal 2010 Impact Factors in comparison with Financial Times 45. Technovation, 31(9), 425-426.
- How our new cover came to be. Technovation, 31(7), 285-285.
- Emerging and new approaches to R&D management. Technovation, 31(4), 141-141.
- The Strategy-Technology Firm Fit Audit: A guide to opportunity assessment and selection. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 78(2), 199-216.
- New or recycled products: how much are consumers willing to pay?. Journal of Consumer Marketing, 27(5), 458-468.
- Thanks to reviewers and provision of recent journal statistics. Technovation, 30(1), 1-2.
- Is open innovation a field of study or a communication barrier to theory development?. Technovation, 30(11-12), 554-554.
- Determining fit between research and journal with only two words—Some advice for young researchers on publishing and reviewing. Technovation, 30(11-12), 551-553.
- How do technology innovation management journals stack up against the Financial Times 45 – Impressively – and other notes. Technovation, 30(9-10), 483-484.
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- Mapping the Structure of Research: Business and Management as an Exemplar. Serials Review, 35(4), 218-227.
- De-babelizing the language of innovation. Technovation, 29(11), 729-737.
- Technology innovation management's growing influence and impact. Technovation, 29(10), 643-644.
- Why a special issue focused on tourism and hospitality?. Technovation, 29(9), 575-575.
- Reviewing: The unsung heroes of excellent journals and publications. Technovation, 29(1), 1-4.
- Why big science has trouble finding big money and small science has difficulties finding small money. Technovation, 28(12), 799-801.
- A theory of innovation for process-based innovations such as nanotechnology. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 75(5), 583-594.
- Assessing the Economic Rationality of Remanufacturing Products. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 25(3), 287-302.
- Acceleration and Extension of Opportunity Recognition for Nanotechnologies and Other Emerging Technologies. International Small Business Journal: Researching Entrepreneurship, 26(1), 83-99.
- Technovation: Current status, statistics, and a thank you to our reviewers. Technovation, 28(1-2), 1-5.
- Sustainable supply chains: An introduction. Journal of Operations Management, 25(6), 1075-1082.
- Supply chain management in a sustainable environment. Journal of Operations Management, 25(6), 1071-1074.
- MOT TIM Centres of Global Research 2006. Technovation, 27(9), 491-500.
- What is innovation, anyway?. Circuits Assembly, 18(4), 18-20.
- MOT TIM journal rankings 2006. Technovation, 27(3), 91-94.
- Process mapping and design. Circuits Assembly, 18(2), 26-30.
- Unsolicited Advice on getting published and the publishing process. Technovation, 27(1-2), 1-3.
- An extension to a DEA support system used for assessing R&D projects. R&D Management, 37(1).
- Preventive and predictive maintenance tools. Circuits Assembly, 17(10), 14-16.
- Imperfect information. Circuits Assembly, 17(8), 18-21.
- Managing the project. Circuits Assembly, 17(6), 12-14.
- Ranking of technology and innovation management journals. Technovation, 26(3), 285-287.
- Entrepreneurship today. Technovation, 26(2), 139-141.
- The Value of Services: Services are the key to sustaining profitability in manufacturing. Circuits Assembly, 17(2), 26-28.
- Introductory Words on the Near and Not so Near Future of Technovation. Technovation, 26(1), 2-2.
- Leadership style and quality climate perceptions: contrasting project vs. process environments. International Journal of Technology Management, 33(1), 92-92.
- Policy planning under uncertainty: efficient starting populations for simulation-optimization methods applied to municipal solid waste management. Journal of Environmental Management, 77(1), 22-34.
- A framework for identifying differences and similarities in the managerial competencies associated with different modes of product life extension. International Journal of Production Research, 43(9), 1807-1829.
- Recovery and reclamation of durable goods: a study of television CRTs. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 43(4), 337-352.
- The challenge of hazardous waste management in a sustainable environment: insights from electronic recovery laws. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 12(1), 31-37.
- An examination of the relationships between leadership style, quality, and employee satisfaction in R&D versus administrative environments. R and D Management, 35(1), 51-60.
- The relationship between governance structure and risk management approaches in Japanese venture capital firms. Journal of Business Venturing, 19(6), 831-849.
- PERSPECTIVE: Ranking Business Schools on the Management of Technology. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 21(6), 416-430.
- Integrating innovation and learning curve theory: an enabler for moving nanotechnologies and other emerging process technologies into production. R and D Management, 34(5), 517-526.
- The remanufacturing equation. Circuits Assembly, 15(10), 26-31.
- Correction to "Facing the Challenges of Service Automation: An Enabler for E-Commerce and Productivity Gain in Traditional Services". IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 51(3), 376-376.
- Enabling industrial ecology through the forecasting of durable goods disposal: Televisions as an exemplar case study. Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, 21(2), 190-207.
- Materials recycling and industrial ecology. Nature Materials, 3(4), 199-201.
- PERSPECTIVE: Ranking the Technology Innovation Management Journals*. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 21(2), 123-139.
- Determining demand, supply, and pricing for emerging markets based on disruptive process technologies. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 71(1-2), 105-120.
- Facing the challenges of service automation: an enabler for e-commerce and productivity gain in traditional services. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 50(4), 478-484.
- Guest editorial: innovation, the internet, and e-commerce introductory notes for the special issue. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 50(4), 393-394.
- Building contingency planning for closed-loop supply chains with product recovery. Journal of Operations Management, 21(3), 259-279.
- From bench to business. Nature Materials, 2(5), 287-289.
- The role of forecasting in sustainability. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 70(1), 21-38.
- Supply planning for industrial ecology and remanufacturing under uncertainty: a numerical study of leaded-waste recovery from television disposal. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 53(11), 1185-1196.
- Forecasting the market diffusion of disruptive and discontinuous innovation. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 49(4), 365-374.
- Policy Planning Using Genetic Algorithms Combined with Simulation: The Case of Municipal Solid Waste. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 29(5), 757-778.
- The potential role of management in undergraduate technical education. Technology in Society, 24(3), 361-373.
- DEA: A Method for Ranking the Greeness of Design Decisions. Journal of Mechanical Design, 124(2), 145-150.
- The measurement of technical competencies. The Journal of High Technology Management Research, 13(1), 63-86.
- Analysis, ranking and selection of R&D projects in a portfolio. R&D Management, 32(2), 139-148.
- Implementation research: state of the art and future directions. Technovation, 22(2), 65-79.
- The evolution of technology management practice in developing economies: Findings from Northern China. International Journal of Technology Management, 24(2-3), 311-329.
- The Competence Pyramid: A Framework for Identifying and Analyzing Firm and Industry Competence. Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 13(2), 165-177.
- Accelerating Technology Transfer From Federal Laboratories to the Private Sector—The Business Development Wheel. Engineering Management Journal, 13(3), 15-20.
- Social networks and the implementation of environmental technology. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 47(4), 465-477.
- E-commerce and electronics circuit assembly. Circuits Assembly, 11(10), 44-50.
- The European Union's new environmental directives. Circuits Assembly, 11(9), 32-40.
- Supply chain management: A primer. Circuits Assembly, 11(3), 54-60.
- The Role of Relationships and Reciprocity in the Implementation of Process Innovation. Engineering Management Journal, 12(3), 34-38.
- Infrastructure for Emergent Industries Based on Discontinuous Innovations. Engineering Management Journal, 12(2), 23-32.
- A Decision Support System for Planning Remanufacturing at Nortel Networks. Interfaces, 30(6), 17-31.
- Developing skills with existing technology. Circuits Assembly, 10(1), 26-28.
- Integrating technology into existing processes: Value chains and process mapping. Circuits Assembly, 10(7), 22-24.
- Sustainability. Circuits Assembly, 10(12), 26-28.
- When is competence, incompetence?. Circuits Assembly, 10(11), 22-X.
- The product life cycle: What hula hoops and circuit assemblies have in common. Circuits Assembly, 10(9), 22-24.
- The state of the environment - Europe and Asia. Circuits Assembly, 10(5), 24-26.
- Competencies and capabilities. Circuits Assembly, 10(4), 24-26.
- Life cycle analysis. Circuits Assembly, 10(3), 26-28.
- ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS AT THEIR END-OF-LIFE: OPTIONS AND OBSTACLES. Journal of Electronics Manufacturing, 09(01), 29-40.
- Time-based competition. Circuits Assembly, 9(11), 26-28.
- Routinization: The last step of the innovation process. Circuits Assembly, 9(8), 26-28.
- An introduction to the innovation process. Circuits Assembly, 9(1), 28-30.
- Technology forecasting: Moving beyond tarot cards and crystal balls. Circuits Assembly, 9(10), 24-26.
- Diffusion of innovations. Circuits Assembly, 9(4), 24-28.
- Implementation of process innovations. Circuits Assembly, 9(6), 24-26.
- Technology innovation management from a user's. Circuits Assembly, 9(3), 32-36.
- Developing skills with technology. Circuits Assembly, 9(12), 22-24.
- Multi-life cycle: Reuse, remanufacture or recycle. Circuits Assembly, 9(7), 26-28.
- Technology description. Circuits Assembly, 9(5), 32-36.
- It was a success-everything we do is a success. Circuits Assembly, 9(9), 30-32.
- Technology Implementation: A Comparative Study Of Canadian And U.S. Factories. INFOR: Information Systems and Operational Research, 36(3), 142-150.
- Rural smog and the new NAAQS proposal. Circuits Assembly, 8(8), 26-X1.
- Where does environmental law go from here?. Circuits Assembly, 8(5), 24-26.
- ISO 14000: A maze of numbers. Circuits Assembly, 8(10), 26-28.
- Europe set to demand ISO 14001?. Circuits Assembly, 8(11), 26-28.
- Take-back legislation. Circuits Assembly, 8(2), 26-28.
- Emerging technologies: User/supplier relationships. Circuits Assembly, 8(2), 58-63.
- Understanding environmental tradeoffs: Current status. Circuits Assembly, 8(6), 28-30.
- Is there room for solvents in electronics assembly?. Circuits Assembly, 8(7), 26-28.
- How can anyone say something like that?. Circuits Assembly, 8(12), 28-30.
- From "low-hanging fruit" to supply chain management. Circuits Assembly, 8(3), 28-30.
- Global warming: The negotiation status. Circuits Assembly, 8(4), 26-28.
- Harnessing and Managing innovation: Lessons from the Aerospace and Guidance Metrology Center. Engineering Management Journal, 9(4), 13-18.
- What is Sustainability?. Circuits Assembly, 7(11), 24-27.
- The problems with understanding environmental issues. Circuits Assembly, 7(9), 26-28.
- What, why and how of the German packaging order. Circuits Assembly, 7(12), 24-26.
- Productivity Drivers?. Circuits Assembly, 7(3), 49-51.
- Industry and the environment: Some background. Circuits Assembly, 7(8), 28-30.
- Last-minute cleaning decisions. Circuits Assembly, 6(11).
- Using thermographic analysis to reduce defects and extend die life. Die Casting Engineer, 38(4).
- Quiet Contributors: The Role of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences in Innovation. Foresight and STI Governance, 12(3), 6-12.
- Emerging and new approaches to R&D management: selected papers from The R&D Management Conference 2008, Ottawa. R&D Management, 40(1), 1-3.
- The JV Dilemma: Cooperating and Competing in Joint Ventures. Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences / Revue Canadienne des Sciences de l'Administration, 17(3), 203-216.
- Selection of a portfolio of R&D projects, Handbook on the Theory and Practice of Program Evaluation (pp. 89-111).
Conference proceedings papers
- An empirical analysis of reinforcement learning using design of experiments. ESANN 2013 proceedings, 21st European Symposium on Artificial Neural Networks, Computational Intelligence and Machine Learning (pp 221-226)
- Random brains: An ensemble method for feature selection with neural networks. ESANN 2013 proceedings, 21st European Symposium on Artificial Neural Networks, Computational Intelligence and Machine Learning (pp 167-172)
- Technology maturity and high tech venture attractiveness: A model for emerging technology based economic development. 2013 Proceedings of PICMET 2013: Technology Management in the IT-Driven Services (pp 935-945)
- Forecasting exchange rates with ensemble neural networks and ensemble K-PLS: A case study for the US Dollar per Indian Rupee. The 2012 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN), 10 June 2012 - 15 June 2012.
- Reinforcement learning and the effects of parameter settings in the game of Chung Toi. 2011 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, 9 October 2011 - 12 October 2011.
- An augmented efficient backpropagation training strategy for deep autoassociative neural networks. Proceedings of the 18th European Symposium on Artificial Neural Networks - Computational Intelligence and Machine Learning, ESANN 2010 (pp 141-146)
- A brief tutorial on reinforcement learning: The game of Chung Toi. ESANN 2011 proceedings, 19th European Symposium on Artificial Neural Networks, Computational Intelligence and Machine Learning (pp 129-134)
- Augmented Efficient BackProp for backpropagation learning in deep autoassociative neural networks. The 2010 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN), 18 July 2010 - 23 July 2010.
- Reservoir computing for static pattern recognition. ESANN 2009 Proceedings, 17th European Symposium on Artificial Neural Networks - Advances in Computational Intelligence and Learning (pp 245-250)
- The strategy-technology firm fit audit. PICMET '09 - 2009 Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering & Technology, 2 August 2009 - 6 August 2009.
- Benchmarking reservoir computing on time-independent classification tasks. 2009 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, 14 June 2009 - 19 June 2009.
- Automated text categorization based on readability fingerprints. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), Vol. 4669 LNCS(PART 2) (pp 408-416)
- A framework for identifying differences and similarities in the managerial competencies associated with different modes of product life extension. Proceedings - Annual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute (pp 1341-1346)
- Forecasting micro electro mechanical systems: A disruptive innovation. PICMET (pp 391-399)
- Accelerating technology transfer from Federal Laboratories to the private sector by increasing industrial R&D collaborations - a new business model. IEEE International Engineering Management Conference (pp 380-385)
- Selection of R&D projects in a portfolio. IEEE International Engineering Management Conference (pp 506-511)
- Effect of technology on learning during the acquisition and development of competencies. IEEE International Engineering Management Conference (pp 408-413)
Breaking the barriers to commercialization of MEMS: a firm's search for competitive advantage. Micromachining and Microfabrication Process Technology V
- Effect of no-clean soldering on the entire electronic assembly process. National Electronic Packaging and Production Conference-Proceedings of the Technical Program (West and East), Vol. 2 (pp 664-671)
- A theory of innovation for nanotechnologies and other process-based innovations. IEMC '03 Proceedings. Managing Technologically Driven Organizations: The Human Side of Innovation and Change
- An examination of the relationships between leadership style, quality, and employee satisfaction in R&D environments. IEMC '03 Proceedings. Managing Technologically Driven Organizations: The Human Side of Innovation and Change
- Forecasting MEMS: Improving and understanding the method for forecasting a disruptive innovation. IEMC'01 Proceedings. Change Management and the New Industrial Revolution. IEMC-2001 (Cat. No.01CH37286)
- Research group
Jonathan is interested in supervising PhD students in the following areas:
- Commercialization of Innovation
- Emerging Technology Supply Chains
- Real Options and Portfolios
- Close Loop Supply Chains
- Decision Support for Process Innovation
- R&D Management
- Technological Entrepreneurship
- Teaching activities
At Sheffield University Management School, Jonathan is a contributor to the Executive MBA in Manufacturing and Masters in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
In the past he has taught technology innovation management, operations management, supply chain management and environmental management and policy.