Temitope Akinremi

Research Fellow- Productivity in UK Engineering

Temitope Akinremi joined the Enterprise Research Centre (ESRC) at Warwick Business School in February 2018. Prior to that, she earned a PhD in Engineering Management from Coventry University, where she also worked as a Teaching Assistant. She has a BSc and an MSc in Chemical Engineering. Her experience also spans across the oil and gas industry and chemical process industry where she worked as a process engineer, process improvement researcher and business development manager with different companies.

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Temitope Akinremi joined the Enterprise Research Centre (ESRC) at Warwick Business School in February 2018.  Prior to that, she earned a PhD in Engineering Management from Coventry University, where she also worked as a Teaching Assistant.  She has a BSc and an MSc in Chemical Engineering.  Her experience also spans across the oil and gas industry and chemical process industry where she worked as a process engineer, process improvement researcher and business development manager with different companies. Temitope is currently working on an ESCR research Grant funded project, which focuses on SMEs, innovation, productivity and business eco-systems.  More specifically, her work examines key practices that contribute to productivity improvements in the foundry and metal component manufacturing industries.  She is interested in understanding how productivity can be enhanced in these industry sectors as well as the interactions between them. Temitope is particularly interested in: Sustainability integration in business models, managing supply chains to enhance profitability whilst minimizing negative impact on sustainability dimensions, project management, management of engineering processes, industry process improvements and optimization.