Dr Ian Blackman
Wilfred Brown Building 110
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SummaryIan is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science at Brunel University London. His first degree was in Mining Engineering, which was awarded as part of British Coal\'s student apprenticeship scheme. Straight after the first degree two years was spent on the Manchester Business School MBA programme, where he graduated on the Dean\'s List. The bulk of his experience was in industry in senior roles within international transaction banking. The focus was on integrating the systems of the banks and their largest customers. Research interests cross several disciplines including marketing, market research, strategy, financial supply chain management and building Internet client bases. Papers have been published in a range of leading journals including - Strategic Management Journal, Sloan Management Review, Long Range Planning, Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, Strategic Marketing Journal and the Journal of Strategic Information Systems.
Newest selected publications
Blackman, ID., Holland, CP. and Westcott, T. (2013) 'The evolution of Motorola's Global Financial Supply Chain Strategy'. Supply Chain Management: an International Journal, 18 (2).
Blackman, ID., Holland, CP. and Westcott, T. (2011) 'The evolution of motorola's global financial supply chain strategy'.2011 44th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 2011). IEEE. ISSN: 1530-1605
Blackman, I. (2009) 'Perpetuating Health Care Policy with the Implementation of an Information System'.AMCIS. [unpublished]
Blackman, ID. and Holland, CP. (2006) 'The Management of Financial Supply Chains: From Adversarial to Co-operative Strategies', in Suomi, R. (ed.) Project E-Society: Building Bricks. Springer-Verlag New York Incorporated. ISBN 10: 0387392262. ISBN 13: 9780387392264.
Ennew, C., Lockett, A., Blackman, I. and Holland, CP. (2005) 'Competition in internet retail markets: the impact of links on web site traffic'. Long Range Planning, 38 (4). pp. 359 - 372. ISSN: 0024-6301 Open Access Link