Contact Dr Denyse Julien
Prior to joining Cranfield, Denyse worked at Nestle. Her initial position was in the Corporate Quality Management Group in the Head Office in Switzerland, and subsequently on the GLOBE team based in Australia. She worked with internal stakeholders to refresh the global approach to supplier management to guarantee the quality of the products at the time of use. Part of her mandate was also to re-visit the global approach to managing traceability across the supply chain. Denyse was the project leader for the project involved in the selection and appointment of two third party auditing companies for use with Nestle suppliers globally. As part of the GLOBE team Denyse was involved in the implementation of best practices in the area of Materials Handling, and warehouse management throughout the Nestle Asia, Africa and Oceania operations.
Denyse has lived in Trinidad, USA, U.K., Germany, Switzerland and Australia. In addition, in her previous roles she worked with teams to implement best practices across a very wide range of countries including Pakistan, India, Japan, South Africa, Indonesia and Singapore. This has provided Denyse with first-hand experience of the differences in operations and cultures and the subsequent challenges to managers.
Denyse is the Course Director for both the Logistics and Supply Chain Management and the Procurement and Supply Chain full-time MSc programmes. The two courses provide the students with the specialist knowledge and skills that they need to further their career as a supply chain professional. As the Course Director - Denyse plays a crucial role in ensuring that the course is relevant and delivers impact for our students and their organisations. These are demanding courses for the participants but delivers on our goal of transforming knowledge into action.
Denyse recently completed a major project to dramatically improve the food supply chain to meet the rising global demand for food and to protect the environment - Step Change in Agri-Food Logistics Eco-Systems "Project SCALE" which was a 3 year research project on which Cranfield School of Management was the lead partner working along with 4 partner organisations: the European Food and Farming Partnerships (EFFP), DHL, Wageningen University and the Universite d'Artois.
Articles In Journals
- Danloup N, Mirza Beiki V, Allaoui H, Julien D, Mena C & Goncalves G (2015) Reducing transportation greenhouse gas emissions with collaborative distribution: a case study, Management Research Review, 38 (10).
- Skipworth H, Godsell J, Wong CY, Saghiri S & Julien D (2015) Supply chain alignment for improved business performance: an empirical study, Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 20 (5) 511-533.
- Julien D & Holmshaw P (2012) Six Sigma in a low volume and complex environment, International Journal of Lean Six Sigma , 3 (1) 28-44.
- Mensah LD & Julien D (2011) Implementation of food safety management systems in the UK, Food Control, 22 (8) 1216-1225.
- Mensah LD & Julien D (2011) Enhancing Access to the Global Food Manufacturing Value Chain: The Role of a Food Safety Technical Regulation in Ghana, Journal of International Food and Agribusiness Marketing, 23 (3) 247-270.
- Grubic T, Redding L, Baines T & Julien D (2011) The adoption and use of diagnostic and prognostic technology within UK-based manufacturers, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture, 225 (8) 1457-1470.
- Julien DM & Tjahjono B (2009) Lean Thinking Implementation at a Safari Park, Business Process Management Journal, 15 (3) 321-335.
- Mohamad MN, Julien DM & Kay JM (2009) Global sourcing practices: the perceived importance of success factors and issues of actual implementation, International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications, 12 (5) 363-379.
- Tjahjono B & Julien D (2008) Lions, tigers, and lean, Industrial Engineer -Norcross-, 40 (3/4) 42-46.
- Bartlett P, Julien DM & Baines TS (2007) Improving supply chain performance through improved visibility, International Journal of Logistics Management, The, 18 (2) 294-313.
- Julien D & Pang S (2016) Managing Inventory Levels Using Demand Driven Material Replenishment Planning. A FMCG Manufacturer Case Study. In: Logistics Research Network - LRN 2016, Hull, 7 September 2016.
- Mirzabeiki, Vahid, Julien, Denyse, Mena, Carlos, Saghiri, Soroosh, Bourlakis & Michael (2015) Inter-organisational Collaboration for Improving Sustainability Performance of Food Supply Chains, POMS 2015, Washington DC, US.. In: POMS (Production and Operations Management Society) 26th Annual Conference, Washington DC, 8-11 May 2015.
- Mirza Beiki V, Julien D, Mena Madrazo C, Saghiri S, Bourlakis M & Mirza Beiki V (2014) Collaborative Relationships for Sustainability Performance of Food Supply Chains - a Conceptual Model. In: Logistics Research Network Conference 2014, Huddersfield, 3-5 September 2014.
- Mirzabeiki V, Danloup N, Allaoui H, Goncalves G, Julien D & Mena C (2014) Improving Sustainability Performance Through Collaborative Food Distribution. In: International Conference on Green Supply Chain, Arras, 25 June 2014.
- Mirzabeiki V, Julien D, Mena C, Saghiri S & Bourlakis M (2014) The Effects of Collaborative Relationships on Sustainability Performance: A Survey of Food Supply Chains. In: Logistics Research Network Conference 2014, Huddersfield, 3-5 September 2014.
- Mirza Beiki V, Julien D, Mena Madrazo C, Saghiri S, Bourlakis M & Mirza Beiki V (2014) Collaboration for sustainability in food supply chains - A survey. In: POMS Conference, Atlanta, 9-12 May 2014.
- Mohamad MN, Julien D & Kay J (2008) Global sourcing: An empirical investigation of best practices based on UK companies. In: 15th International Annual EurOMA Conference, Groningen, 15 June 2008.
- Mena C, Julien D & Mirzabeiki V (2016) Collaboration for sustainability in food supply chains. In: A Stakeholder Approach to Managing Food. Lindgreen A, Hingley M K, Angell RJ, Memery J (ed.), Routledge, p. 214-228.
- Julien D, Mena C & Mirzabeiki V (2015) C4S Collaboration for Sustainability Framework workbook. Project SCALE. 1-23. (Also available in Dutch, French and Spanish). Sustainable Food Chains Platform.
- Julien D (2010) Supplier safety assessment in the food supply chain and the role of standards.. In: Delivering performance in food supply chains. Mena C, Stevens G (ed.), Cambridge: Woodhead Publishing Series in Food Science, Technology and Nutrition No. 185, p. 62-82.