Professor John CullenSheffield University Management School
John Cullen is Professor of Management Accounting at Sheffield University Management School. His particular interest is the way in which accounting can be used to improve reverse logistics processes in order to both improve profitability and customer service in the retail sector.
Mike BernonCranfield School of Management
Mike Bernon is Executive Education Director for Supply Chain at Cranfield School of Management and his main areas of expertise are in supply chain re-engineering, operations excellence, reverse logistics, sustainable supply chain management and circular economy. He has extensive experience over the last 20 years of leading and teaching on executive programmes, undertaking high impact consultancy and leading on and carrying out major research projects in these areas
Dr Jonathan GorstSheffield Business School
Jonathan has been researching in the area of Reverse Logistics for the last fourteen years and in recent years this has been focused on Retail Returns.
Dr Erica BallantyneSheffield University Management School
Dr Erica Ballantyne has expertise in the areas of urban and city logistics, freight transport operations, reverse logistics, and local authority freight transport planning and policy decision making. She has been employed in various operational and management roles within the logistics and transport industry, working mainly in the FMCG and grocery markets.
Dr Juliana MeiraSheffield University Management School
Dr Juliana Meira specialises in supply chain accounting. She seeks to contribute to business’ sustainability focusing on cost reduction and value maximisation in forward and reverse supply chains.
Dr Gareth CrockettSheffield University Management School
Gareth is a research associate and doctoral researcher at the Sheffield University Management School. He works on a several co-produced research projects with external partners, including companies, charities, and public bodies.