Academic Dean, Faculty of Business, Law and Tourism
I am the Academic Dean for the Faculty of Business, Law and Tourism.
My background, as a Chartered Engineer, is within the manufacturing and construction industries and involved supply chain activities with composites, thermoplastics and thermosets.
My research interests lie in the area of Strategy, Enterprise, Small Business, International Management and work-based learning. I am a long-standing examiner for the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) and have taught and been involved with partnership development in countries including Malaysia, Hong Kong, China, Norway, Singapore, Finland, Turkey, Malta, Brunei and various parts of Europe.
I have a range of experience as a Company Director, University Governor and Journalist as well as being a reviewer for several international journals.
Teaching and supervision
Research interests for potential research students
- Logistics and supply chain management
- IT systems and change
- The role of the professions
- Major events
- Technology and change
- Small firms
- Strategy process and competitive advantage
- Small firm growth and development
- Managing innovation
- Supply chain management
- Work-based learning
Wall, Tony and Bellamy, Lawrence (2019) Redressing Small Firm Resilience: Exploring Owner-Manager Resources for Resilience. International Journal of Organizational Analysis. ISSN 1934-8835
Bellamy, Lawrence, Amoo, Nii, Mervyn, Kieran and Hiddlestone-Mumford, Jacqueline (2019) The Use of Strategy Tools and Frameworks by SMEs in the Strategy Formation Process. International Journal of Organizational Analysis. ISSN 1934-8835
Wall, T, Bellamy, Lawrence, Evans, V and Hopkins, S (2018) Revisiting impact in the context of workplace research: a review and possible directions. Journal of Work-Applied Management. ISSN 2205-2062
Bellamy, Lawrence (2009) Strategy formulation in SMEs: indications from a longitudinal study. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business.
Sun, W and Bellamy, Lawrence (2010) ‘Who is Responsible for the Financial Crisis? Lessons from a Separation Thesis’. In: Critical Studies on Corporate Social Responsibility, Governance and Sustainability: Volume 1. Emerald Publications.
Conference or Workshop Item
Bellamy, Lawrence (2014) Interdisciplinary Research: Business, Science and Arts. In: Warrington Works Research Festival proceedings, July 2014, Warrington.
Bellamy, Lawrence, Pyke, C.J. and Smith, T (2013) Metaphor and SME Strategy Conversations: An Exploratory Study. In: 10th EBES Conference-Istanbul Programme and Abstract Book, 2013, Turkey.
Bellamy, Lawrence, Amoo, N and Pyke, C.J. (2013) The Use of Strategy Tools and Frameworks by SMEs in the Strategy Process. In: 10th EBES Conference-Istanbul Programme and Abstract Book, May 2013, Turkey.
Sun, W and Bellamy, Lawrence (2010) 'Who is Responsible for the Financial Crisis? Lessons from a Separation Thesis’. In: Justice and Sustainability in the Global Economy, 8-10 July 2010, Paris.
Neu, J, Carroll, A and Bellamy, Lawrence (2005) Operative collaboration for suppliers in the supply chain – requirements to solutions and their degree of fulfillment by logistical concepts. In: Logistics Research Network International Conference, September 2005, Plymouth, UK.
Bellamy, Lawrence and Gibson-Sweet, M (2003) Small Firms & Strategy Formulation: Indications & Impacts. In: BAM Conference, September 2003.
Bellamy, Lawrence and Akamavi, R (2003) How SMEs Compete: A Yorkshire & Humberside Regional Study. In: Small Business & Entrepreneurship Development Conference, April 2003.
Bellamy, Lawrence (2002) The Strategic Planning Paradox, Do Small Firms Benefit?,. In: ISBA National Small Firms Policy & Research Conference, 11 November 2002, Brighton.
Bellamy, Lawrence (2002) SMEs and Size-Related Competitive Issues: Rationalisation of a Decade of Experience. In: Small Business & Entrepreneurship Development Conference, 15-16 April 2002, The University of Nottingham, UK.
Bellamy, Lawrence Why Should SME Owner-Managers Study Strategic Management? In: Small Business & Enterprise Development Conference, April 2001.
- Supply chain management
- Operations and project management
- Enterprise and entrepreneurship
- Innovation and growth
- Small firms
- International management