Fellow of Higher Education Academy
PG Cert in Learning & Teaching in Higher Education - Roehampton University
CIMA (Certificate in Business Accounting) - BPP
MA Corporate Strategy & Governance - University of Nottingham
BA (Hons) Management Studies - University of Nottingham
Rosie joined Roehampton Business School in October 2008 from Deloitte LLP. She teaches on the Business programmes and is the Pathway Leader for the BSc Business Management degree.
Rosie teaches modules in management and supply chain across the undergraduate programmes as well as supervising undergraduate dissertations for final year students. She supervises MBA and MSc dissertations at postgraduate level. She is actively involved in both improving the Learning and Teaching of the School and Research within the School.
Research interests are in Operations Management and Supply Chain practices. Rosie’s research often has a practical focus as a result of her early career in consulting. She is a member of the Special Interest Group in the Business School for Responsible Capitalism.
Rosie is undertaking doctoral research on a part time basis. The focus of her thesis is on the role of social sustainability factors when making supplier selection decisions. This is qualitative research using a case study approach. Rosie regularly presents papers at nationwide conferences. Recently this has included the Logistics Research Network Conference (2011, 2013) and the British Academy of Management (BAM) annual conference (2012). The research presented has focused on the omission of social sustainability factors in academic research and the disparity between theory and practice when considering the social dimension of the triple bottom line, and initial studies of the main research questions.
Rosie’s early career was with Deloitte LLP in their Operations Consultancy division. This included implementing strategies in a constantly changing and complex environment and project team working based around developing and implementing operational strategies and solutions that help clients make lasting improvements in their performance. This consulting background gave Rosie the experience of helping clients drive major operational change within their business. The Operations team which Rosie was a part of provided solutions to successfully deliver strategy. She spent her time between the Programme Leadership and Supply Chain Strategy groups, with special emphasis on process management. Clients included SABMiller, News International, BP and Unilever.
Rosie is actively involved in the undergraduate teaching curriculum in the Business School and is a member of the Learning and Teaching Advisory Group. She encourages the use of peer review and observation with her colleagues for constant improvement.
Rosie supervises a number of Masters level dissertations in the supply chain and logistics areas. She also successfully supervises final year undergraduate business project and dissertation students. She encourages her students to use effective research methods and aim to meet suitable research objectives in their projects. Recent completed student projects have included customer satisfaction in retail outlets, supply chain initiatives in small businesses and supplier performance measurement.
Rosie often works with the Learning and Teaching Enhancement Unit to ensure that her teaching approach is exceptional. This includes observations and feedback from the Unit. She has been involved in a university wide gender and pedagogy project with the LTEU often taking part in focus groups and interviews for their research.