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Gareth Stone

  • Senior Lecturer, Business and Management
  • Email: g.stone@bathspa.ac.uk
  • School or Department: CoLA - Bath Business School
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Personal statement

Gareth Stone is the Pathway Leader for Entrepreneurship. He leads the 'Enterprise:Creating Your Business' and Successful Freelancing modules. Gareth joined the Business and Management team at BSU in 2009 after completing several successful Supply Chain oriented European research programmes at the Lean and Agile Research Centre at Bath University. With an aviation production background, his main research areas are associated with the exploration of innovative 'build-to-order' concepts (ILIPT and UKLAI) and enterprise training (SESAME; LeanXeur).

He has recently published work on automotive transition strategies and was involved in the development of key industry performance metrics for the aerospace industry (UKLAI). Gareth has previously lectured in Operations Management at Southampton Business School and at Bath University and has facilitated business improvement workshops throughout Europe.

His collaborative research has been presented at a number of international industry focused conferences including Euroma and Gerpisa, and has published in peer reviewed journals, books and multimedia formats for blended learning.

Academic qualifications

  • MSc Management and Business Research, Open University
  • BA (Hons) Management and Design Technology, University of Southampton.

Professional memberships

  • SFHEA - Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Teaching specialism

  • Information and Operations Management
  • Enterprise and Entrepreneurship
  • Organisational Transformation
  • Business Environment.

Research and academic outputs

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Making build to order a reality: the 5 day car initiative
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Stone, G, Miemcyck, J and Esser, R (2011) 'Making build to order a reality: the 5 day car initiative.' In: Strengthening competitiveness through production networks: a perspective from European ICT research projects in the field of 'enterprise networking' [. Dictus Publishing. ISBN 9783843339797


ICT as an enabler to the 5-day car: a central challenge to the ILIPT project
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Stone, G, Witthaut, M, Miemcyck, J and Hellingrath, B (2011) 'ICT as an enabler to the 5-day car: a central challenge to the ILIPT project.' In: Strengthening competitiveness through production networks: a perspective from European ICT research projects in the field of 'enterprise networking' [. Dictus Publishing. ISBN 9783843339797


Requirement for a sea change in automotive production
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Stone, G, Parry, G, Graves, A and Esser, R (2008) 'Requirement for a sea change in automotive production.' In: New technologies for the intelligent design and operation of manufacturing networks. Fraunhofer IRB Verlag. ISBN 9783816775201


Managing the transition to the 5-day car
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Stone, G, Crute, V and Graves, A (2008) 'Managing the transition to the 5-day car.' In: Parry, G and Graves, A, eds. Build to order: the road to the 5-day car. Springer, pp. 383-400. ISBN 9781848002258


[Edited issue]
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Stone, G (2009) '[Edited issue].' International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management, 9 (1). ISSN 1741-5012


Collaborative ICT ventures and the implementation of responsive automotive supply networks
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Stone, G, Howard, M, Miemcyck, J and Graves, A (2008) 'Collaborative ICT ventures and the implementation of responsive automotive supply networks.' International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management, 8 (3). pp. 239-253. ISSN 1741-5012


Transformation of the European automotive industry: the future of lean
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Stone, G, Parry, G and Graves, A (2006) 'Transformation of the European automotive industry: the future of lean.' Journal of Financial Transformations (18). pp. 11-17.


Entrepreneurship education in UK HEIs
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Stone, G and Watkins, D (1999) 'Entrepreneurship education in UK HEIs.' Industry and Higher Education, 13 (6). p. 382. ISSN 0950-4222


Leveraging the power of peer-to-peer feedback in entrepreneurship teaching
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Stone, G and Reader, D (2016) Leveraging the power of peer-to-peer feedback in entrepreneurship teaching. In: Learning, Teaching & Student Experience: 5th Annual Conference of The Chartered Association of Business Schools, 26-27 April 2016, Aston University, Birmingham, UK.


Assessment of the socio–economic and environmental impact potential of a European implementation of the 5DayCar
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Stone, G and Brauer, K (2008) Assessment of the socio–economic and environmental impact potential of a European implementation of the 5DayCar.


Aerospace metrics
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Stone, G, Ward, Y, Crute, V and Graves, A (2002) Aerospace metrics.


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