Dr Mijoh Gbededo

Teaching Associate

Management Science

Personal statement

Mijoh recently joined the Department of Management Science as a Teaching Associate. He obtained a Master’s degree in Supply Chain and Operations Management from the University of Strathclyde after his first degree in Electronics and Computer Engineering at the Lagos State University. His research interests link Operations and Supply Chain Management, Sustainable Manufacturing, Information Systems and Business Solution Delivery. His PhD thesis focused on Simulation-based Impact Analysis for Sustainable Manufacturing Design and Management (A holistic approach that integrates the environmental, economic and social dimensions in an analytical model for effective sustainability decision-making). Mijoh is a PRINCE2 Practitioner and prior to joining the University, he worked as an Associate Lecturer at the University of Derby where he completed his PhD. Mijoh also worked in the Specialists’ Offices of HMRC and has over fifteen years of work experience in the Oil and Gas industry and Public Sectors. He was an IT expert and Logistic Coordinator at Geoservices (now Schlumberger) and IT Consultant for FMC Technologies. Mijoh has given oral presentations of his research in both national and international conferences, and so far, has published in major sustainable development journals including the Journal of Cleaner Production and Sustainability Journal.


Descriptive framework for simulation-aided sustainability decision-making : a Delphi study
Gbededo Mijoh A, Liyanage Kapila
Sustainable Production and Consumption Vol 22, pp. 45-57 (2020)
Towards a life cycle sustainability analysis : a systematic review of approaches to sustainable manufacturing
Gbededo Mijoh A, Liyanage Kapila, Garza-Reyes Jose Arturo
Journal of Cleaner Production Vol 184, pp. 1002-1015 (2018)
Identification and alignment of the social aspects of sustainable manufacturing with the theory of motivation
Gbededo Mijoh A, Liyanage Kapila
Sustainability (Switzerland) Vol 10 (2018)

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