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Wojciech Piotrowicz

  • Dr
  • Research Fellow, Tutor in Technology and Operations Management
  • University of Oxford Said Business School
  • 18PublicationsNumber of items in Wojciech's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 12Followers

Research interests

Business HistoryPerformance MeasurementOperations ManagementSupply Chain ManagementSustainabilityEvaluationInformation Systems

About

Wojciech Piotrowicz joined the Saïd Business School in 2006, and in 2009 became a permanent member of the Faculty of Management. He also spent two years at the University of Kent, Canterbury, UK as a researcher. Before moving to the UK, Wojciech was employed as a researcher and project manager at the research institute of the Polish Ministry of Infrastructure (Maritime Institute in Gdansk). He also taught at the University of Gdansk in Poland for over three years. Prior to joining academia he was a department manager at an IT company, where he was responsible for the LAN and fibre optics department. Wojciech received a Master degree in Economics from the University of Gdansk in Poland, a doctorate in Management Studies from Brunel University and a Postgraduate Diploma in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education from the University of Oxford. At the Saïd Business School he is a member of the Oxford Institute of Retail Management, Operations Management group, Research Member of Common Room, Wolfson College, as well as a key contact of the Higher Education Academy. Wojciech’s research expertise was mainly gained during his participation in large international research projects, where he was a researcher and a project manager. He participated in projects such as: • European Commission 6th Research Framework project, BestLog “Best Practices in Logistics” • INTERREG IIIB project BASIM “Baltic Sea Information Motorways” • INTERREG IIIB project InLoC “Integrated Logistics Centre Networks in the Baltic Sea Region” • INTERREG IIIB project NeLoC “Networking Logistics Centres in the Baltic Sea Region” • EUREKA project SLINT “Sea–Land Intermodal Transport along Gdansk–Odessa” All projects covered the areas of: supply chain management, transport policy, transport and logistics planning, logistics education, information and communication technology and performance measurement. Wojciech has also been involved in research in the area of performance and evaluation, such as electronic procurement evaluation (for BAE Systems), productivity in retailing (for Skillssmart Retail), and performance in the public sector. Apart from research work, Wojciech serves as a member of a panel of experts advising governments and the European Commission in the areas of Information Society, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the public sector, logistics and transportation.

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Publications (5)

  • Introduction to the Special Issue Information Technology in Retail: Toward Omnichannel Retailing

    • Piotrowicz W
    • Cuthbertson R
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  • Time efficiency of Point-of-Sale payment methods: Empirical results for cash, cards and mobile payments

    • Polasik M
    • Górka J
    • Wilczewski G
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  • Call for papers - Oxford Retail Futures Conference

    • Piotrowicz W
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  • Performance measurement systems in supply chains: A framework for contextual analysis

    • Cuthbertson R
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  • Performance measurement and benchmarking in the supply chain : literature review Abstract :

    • Cuthbertson R
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Professional experience

Research Fellow, Tutor in Technology and Operations Management

University of Oxford, Said Business School

November 2006 - Present

Researcher

University of Kent, Kent Business School

January 2005 - November 2006(2 years)

Assistant Lecturer

University of Gdansk, Department of Economics

September 2001 - December 2004(3 years)

Education

PhD, Management Studies

Brunel Business School, Brunel University West London

September 2005 - June 2008(3 years)

Master Degree, Economics

University of Gdansk, Economics Department

Postgraduate Diploma in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education

University of Oxford