Contact Dr Richard Adams
- Tel: +44 (0) 1234 754466
- Email: R.J.Adams@cranfield.ac.uk
- Twitter: @@r_jadams
- Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/richard-adams-1236213/
- Blog: http://www.b4g.strikingly.com
Dr Richard Adams is Reader in Entrepreneurship at the Bettany Centre for Entrepreneurship, Cranfield University, and has previously held positions at Universities of Surrey and Exeter, Imperial College London as well as with the UK Cochrane Centre. Dr Adams’s work, which lies at the intersection of (responsible) innovation, digital disruption, sustainability and technology entrepreneurship, is practically focused and seeks to meet the twin hurdles of academic rigour and industrial relevance, and would be pleased to hear from anyone interested in pursuing research in any of these areas. He has published widely, in excess of 60 journal and conference papers and has, most recently, guest-edited a special issue of Strategic Change: Briefings in Entrepreneurial Finance on The Future of Money and Further Applications of the Blockchain.
Articles In Journals
- Adams R, Martin S & Boom K (2018) University culture and sustainability: designing and implementing an enabling framework, Journal of Cleaner Production, 171 (January) 434-445.
- Kewell B, Adams R & Parry G (2017) Blockchain for good?, Strategic Change, 26 (5) 429-437.
- Adams R, Parry G, Godsiff P & Ward P (2017) The future of money and further applications of the blockchain, Strategic Change, 26 (5) 417-422.
- Adams R, Smart P & Huff A (2017) Shades of grey: guidelines for working with the grey literature in systematic reviews for Management and Organizational Studies, International Journal of Management Reviews, 19 (4) 432-454.
- Smart P, Hemel S, Lettice F, Adams R & Evans S (2017) Pre-paradigmatic status of industrial sustainability: a systematic review, International Journal of Operations and Production Management, 37 (10) 1425-1450.
- Spanaki K, Gurguc Z, Adams R & Mulligan C (2017) Data supply chain (DSC): research synthesis and future directions, International Journal of Production Research, Early online (13).
- Adams R, Jeanrenaud S, Bessant J, Denyer D & Overy P (2016) Sustainability-oriented innovation: a systematic review, International Journal of Management Reviews, 18 (2) 180-205.
- Adams R, Tranfield D & Denyer D (2011) How can toast be radical? Perceptions of innovations in healthcare, International Journal of Clinical Leadership, 17 (1) 37-48.
- Adams R, Tranfield D & Denyer D (2011) A Taxonomy of Innovation: Configurations of Attributes in Healthcare Innovations, International Journal of Innovation Management, 15 (2) 359-392.
- Phelps R, Adams R & Bessant J (2007) Life cycles of growing organizations: A review with implications for knowledge and learning, International Journal of Management Reviews, 9 (1) 1-30.
- Adams R, Bessant J & Phelps R (2006) Innovation management measurement: A review, International Journal of Management Reviews, 8 (1) 28-47.
- Adams R, Meystre C & Tranfield D (2002) Social and organisational innovation in the NHS: the case of Warwickshire’s Integrated Service Directorate for Palliative Care., Clinician in Management, 11 (4) 185-197.
- Vyakarnam S & Adams R (2001) Institutional barriers to enterprise support: an empirical study, Environment and Planning A, 19 (3) 335-353.
- Adams RJ, Kewell E & Parry G (2017) Blockchain for Good? Digital Ledger Technology and Sustainable Development Goals..
- Khurana K, Ricchetti M & Adams R (2015) Incorporating Sustainable supply chain management in fashion & textile companies- An analytical study on existing sustainable tools and models. F. In: FashionTales 2015. Feeding the Imaginary. Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan, June 18-20 2015, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan, 18-20 June 2015.
- Adams RJ, Martin S & Boom K (2018) A conceptual framework for designing, embedding and monitoring a university sustainability culture.. In: Handbook of Sustainability and Social Sciences Research, Springer, p. 465-482.
- Adams R, Kewell B & Parry G (2018) Blockchain for Good? Digital Ledger Technology and Sustainable Development Goals. In: Handbook of Sustainability and Social Science Research, World Sustainability Series, p. 127-140.