.

Dr Andrew Greasley

 

Operations & Information Management Department

Andrew Greasley
Andrew Greasley

Andrew Greasley is a lecturer in Operations and Technology Management in the Operations and Information Management Group at Aston Business School.

I have over 100 publications and my main research interest is in the area of discrete-event simulation (DES). My current research themes are based around enhancing the capability of DES in the following contexts:

  •  Modelling people’s behaviour

  • Providing agent-based capabilities

  • As a tool for predictive and prescriptive analytics

  • Costing servitization strategies in product-service systems

  • ERP and IS implementation

I am also author of the following text books:       

  • ‘Operations Management’ published by Wiley.

  • ‘Operations Management: Sage Course Companion’ published by Sage.

  • ‘Simulation Modelling for Business’ published by Ashgate.

  • ‘Business Information Systems’ published by Pearson Education (co-author)

  • Enabling a Simulation Capability in the Organisation’ published by Springer Verlag. (monograph)       

Position: Lecturer 

Phone:+44(0)121 204 3110
Email: a.greasley@aston.ac.uk
Room: ABS250
 

  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Aston University, 2007

  • Fellow of Higher Education Academy (FHEA), Higher Education Academy, 2007

  • Master of Business Administration (MBA), University of Derby, 1994

Academic

  • Lecturer, Aston Business School. (September 2001 - Present)
  • Senior Lecturer/School Reader, Derbyshire Business School. (1994 - 2001)
  • Teaching Associate at Warwick Business School, University of Warwick (2011-2013)

  • Visiting Lecturer at CERAM, Sophia Antipolis, France (2002)

  • Visiting Lecturer at Zimbabwe Institute of Management, Harare, Zimbabwe (2001)

  • Visiting Lecturer at Malawi Institute of Management, Lilongwe, Malawi (2000, 2001)

  • Visiting Lecturer at Keckesmet Institute, Keckesmet, Hungary (1999)

Industrial

Marketing, demonstrating, analysis, design and implementation of computer-based business process simulation models to industrial clients including ABB Transportation Ltd. (now Bombardier), BPM. (Midlands) Ltd., Derbyshire Constabulary, Gateshead Garden Festival (monorail), GMT Hunslet Ltd., Golden Wonder Ltd., Hearth Woodcraft Ltd., Luxfer Gas Cylinders Ltd., Pall-Ex Holdings Ltd., Rolls Royce Ltd. (Industrial Power Group), Southern Derbyshire Health Authority, Stanton Valves Ltd., Tecquipment Ltd., Textured Jersey Ltd., Warwickshire Police, Willson Trusts Ltd.

  • BN2216 (UG) Operations Management (module leader)
  • BN3318 (UG) Operations Strategy, Systems and Implementation (module leader)
  • BNM802 (PG) Simulation for Managerial Decision Making (module leader)

I have been committed to bringing innovation to the teaching of students consistently over the past 20 years in which I have taught in the UK, France, Hungary, Zimbabwe and Malawi. During my time at Aston I have assessed the introduction of the Blackboard VLE and published a paper in a 4* journal (IJOPM) on this topic. Over the past 10 years I have produced a number of textbooks which are all used to deliver modules at Aston in the areas of simulation modelling, business information systems and operations management. As a continuation of my interest in the student perspective of teaching and learning I have published a dedicated study guide for students studying operations management (Sage course companion) and published a paper on the use of web-based textbook learning material by students.

In recent years a substantial amount of work has been dedicated to update and enrich the leading textbooks ‘Operations Management’ and ‘Business Information Systems’. The work on Operations Management (3rd edition) included innovations such as a complete and complementary e-book version of the text featuring embedded learning aides such as video clips, exercises and quizzes. I use these aides to enrich the delivery of my modules, for example video clips are used extensively on BN3318 to help put strategic operations management concepts in their industrial context. The book is one of the best-selling texts in the subject area and so raises the profile of Aston as a centre of teaching excellence. I have also been invited to provide definitions of standard terms in Operations Management to the prestigious Encyclopedia of Operations Management (2014). The textbook ‘Business Information Systems’ has established itself since the first edition in 1999 as the No. 1 selling book on BIS in Europe and a 6th edition is currently being prepared.

I am also module leader for the MSc module “Simulation Modelling for Managerial Decision Making”. Supported by the authored textbook this module takes an innovative approach to teaching that provides a demanding and enriching experience for students. Students are expected to form into consultancy groups and develop a simulation model of a real organization using specialist software. This involves students in their own time visiting companies and collecting data on the actual operating performance of these companies. The students find this demanding but hugely rewarding in terms of developing group working skills, understanding real manufacturing and service processes, statistical skills, modelling skills, presentation skills and project management skills.

  • Discrete-Event Simulation   

  • Part of project implementation team for project entitled ‘Low Carbon SMEs’ (award secured by Professor Prasanta Dey, Aston Business School). The project will look at how to help SMEs in the West Midlands to have low carbon operations, £1,211,569 (ERDF, 2017-2020)

  • Clegg, B.; Owen, C.; Rackliff, L.; Albores, P.; Greasley, A.; Edwards, J. Minimising the impact of disruptive incidents for passengers through improved information sharing, £71,661 (Chiltern Railways, 2014)

  • Greasley, A. A Simulation to Assess Staffing Levels at a Police Control Room, Warwickshire Police, £3000 (EREBUS Impact Voucher, 2013)

  • Shaw, D.; Clegg, B.; Dey, P.; Greasley A. ‘Supporting Our Security Officers’, Department for Transport, Security and Contingencies Directorate, £175,000 Operational layout and technology change implemented at Birmingham International Airport check-in process. (DSTL/DfT TRANSEC, 2008)

  • Greasley, A. and Bennett, D. An assessment of web-based textbook supplementary material to support student learning, £4000 (Centre for Learning, Innovation and Professional Practice, Aston University, 2006)

  • Fahad Almulhem   E-Government Services (PhD)
  • Emmanuel Musa   Costing servitization strategies using discrete-event simulation (PhD)
  • Arwa Asiri  Business Simulation (PhD) (co-supervisor)
  • Anand Assi   Simulation Modelling of Logistics (DBA) (Completed 2013)
  • Yucan Wang  ERP Implementation (PhD) (Completed 2014)

RESEARCH DEGREE EXAMINATIONS

External Examiner

2013   Marc Hemold, DBA (University of Gloucestershire)

Internal Examiner (Aston University)

2016   Priscilla Omonedo, PhD; 2016   Paul Joesbury, DBA; 2013  Magesh Nagarajan, PhD; 2012   Chee Seng Koh, MRes; 2010   Miles Weaver, PhD

  • Fellow, Higher Education Academy.  
  1. Asiri, A, Greasley, A & Bocij, P 2017, 'A review of the use of business simulation to enhance students' employability (WIP)' Simulation Series, vol. 49, no. 9, pp. 426-431.
  2. Musa, EO, Greasley, A & Albores, P 2017, 'The application of simulation to product service systems: A review (WIP)' Simulation Series, vol. 49, no. 9, pp. 432-436.
  3. Greasley, A & Wang, Y 2017, 'Integrating ERP and enterprise social software' Business Process Management Journal, vol. 23, no. 1, pp. 2-15. DOI:10.1108/BPMJ-04-2015-0053
  4. Greasley, A & Smith, CM 2017, 'Using activity based costing and simulation to reduce cost at a Police communications centre' Policing, vol. 40, no. 2, pp. 426-441. DOI:10.1108/PIJPSM-03-2016-0044
  5. Greasley, A & Wang, Y 2016, 'Building the hybrid organisation through ERP and enterprise social software' Computers in Industry, vol. 82, pp. 69-81. DOI:10.1016/j.compind.2016.05.007
  6. Greasley, A & Owen, C 2016,Behavior in models: a framework for representing human behavior. in M Kunc, J Malpass & L White (eds),Behavioral operational research: theory, methodology and practice.Palgrave Macmillan, London (UK), pp. 47-63. DOI:10.1057/978-1-137-53551-1_3
  7. Wang, Y, Greasley, A & Albores, P 2016, 'Do manufacturing firms need informality in ERP post-implementation? A study of Chinese manufacturing sites' Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management, vol. 27, no. 1, pp. 100-123. DOI:10.1108/JMTM-09-2015-0077
  8. Greasley, A & Smith, CM 2016,Using simulation for predictive and prescriptive analytics. inProceedings of the 4th International Conference on Business Analytics and Intelligence (ICBAI).pp. 309-320, 4th International Conference on Business Analytics and Intelligence, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India, 21-21 December.
  9. Greasley, A 2016,Methods of modelling people using discrete-event simulation. inProceedings of the 6th International Conference on Simulation and Modeling Methodologies, Technologies and Applications (SIMULTECH 2016).SciTePress, pp. 312-317, 6th International Conference on Simulation and Modeling Methodologies, Technologies and Applications, Lisbon, Portugal, 29-31 July.
  10. Greasley, A & Owen, C 2015,Implementing an agent-based model with a spatial visual display in discrete-event simulation software. in MS Obaidat, J Kacprzyk & T Ören (eds),SIMULTECH 2015 : 5th International Conference on Simulation and Modeling Methodologies, Technologies and Applications, Proceedings.SciTePress, pp. 125-129, 5th International Conference on Simulation and Modeling Methodologies, Technologies and Applications, Colmar, Alsace, France, 21-23 July.
  11. Bocij, P, Greasley, A & Hickie, S 2014,Business information systems: technology, development and management for the e-business. 5th edn, Pearson, Harlow (UK).
  12. Greasley, A 2014,[Various entries]. in CL Cooper (ed.),Wiley encyclopedia of management.3rd edn, vol. 10, Wiley, Chichester (UK).
  13. Owen, C, Albores, P & Greasley, A 2014, 'The challenges of representing human behaviour in simulation models: some case examples from supply chain, evacuation modelling and rail disruption ' Paper presented at OR56 annual conference, London, United Kingdom,9/09/14 -11/09/14 , .
  14. Greasley, A 2013,Operations management. 3rd edn, Wiley.
  15. Wang, Y & Greasley, A 2013,Combining ERP systems with enterprise 2.0. in MM Cruz-Cunha, J Varajão & A Trigo (eds),Sociotechnical enterprise information systems design and integration.Premier reference source, IGI Global, pp. 19-36. DOI:10.4018/978-1-4666-3664-4.ch002
  16. Greasley, A, Taylor, T & Smith, C 2013,A simulation study of the shift system at a UK police communications centre. in A Abhari, AG Bruzzone, P Kropf, F Longo, AO Solis, L Riley & M Davoudpour (eds),Summer Computer Simulation Conference and work in progress (SCSC 2013 and WIP 2013): 2013 Summer Simulation Multiconference : Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 7-10 July 2013.Simulation series , no. 11, vol. 45, Curran, New York, NY (US), pp. 25-30, 2013 Summer Simulation multiconference, Toronto, Canada, 7-10 July.
  17. Greasley, A 2013,Developing a simulation model for a level of usage. in M Bauer & P Lorenz (eds),SIMUL 2013: the fifth International Conference on Advances in System Simulation.International Academy, Research, and Industry Association (IARIA) , Wilmington, DE (US), pp. 153-155, 5th International Conference on Advances in System Simulation , Venice, Italy, 27-1 November.
  18. Greasley, A 2013,The simulation modelling process. in FS Taxman & A Pattavina (eds),Simulation strategies to reduce recidivism: Real Need Responsivity (RNR) modeling for the criminal justice system.Springer, New York (US), pp. 41-72. DOI:10.1007/978-1-4614-6188-3
  19. Wang, Y & Greasley, A 2013,The hybrid system ERP and informality, opportunities and hazards. inProceedings of the 20th European Operations Management Association (EUROMA).20th EurOMA conference, Dublin, Ireland, 7-12 June.
  20. Greasley, A & Wang, Y 2012,A socio-technical perspective on ERP implementation. in M Baptista Nunes, GC Peng, J Roth, H Weghorn & P Isaías (eds),Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference Information Systems Post-Implementation and Change Management 2012.IADIS, Portugal, pp. 73-77, IADIS International Conference Information Systems Post-Implementation and Change Management 2012, Lisbon, Portugal, 17-19 July.
  21. Greasley, A & Wang, Y 2012,A simulation of an ERP implementation with informal processes. in AG Bruzzone, F Longo, P Kropf & MA Piera (eds),Proceedings of the 2012 Summer Computer Simulation Conference (SCSC ' 12): part of SummerSim 2012 Multiconference, July 8-11, 2012, Genoa, Italy.Simulation series, no. 10, vol. 44, Curran, New York, NY (US), pp. 51-55, 2012 Summer Simulation Multiconference, Genoa, Italy, 8-11 July.
  22. Wang, Y, Greasley, A & Albores, P 2012,Do manufacturing firms need informality in ERP post-implementation? inAdvances in Manufacturing Technology - XXVI : proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Manufacturing Research (ICMR2012) : 11th-13th September 2012: Incorporating the 27th National Conference on Manufacturing Research: Manufacturing technology and operations to sustain business success.Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow (UK), pp. 176-181, 10th International Conference on Manufacturing Research, Birmingham, United Kingdom, 10-13 September.
  23. Greasley, A & Assi, A 2012, 'Improving “last mile” delivery performance to retailers in hub and spoke distribution systems' Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management, vol. 23, no. 6, pp. 794-805. DOI:10.1108/17410381211253344
  24. Wang, Y & Greasley, A 2012,Using simulation to examine the performance of an ERP system in a company with informal processes. inProceedings of the 4th World conference P&OM: serving the world.4th World Conference P&OM, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1-5 July.
  25. Wang, Y & Greasley, A 2012,The contradictions and complementarities of combining ERP systems with enterprise 2.0 supported informal systems. in KM Rezaul (ed.),Strategic and pragmatic e-business: implications for future business practices.IGI Global, pp. 132-155. DOI:10.4018/978-1-4666-1619-6.ch006
  26. Greasley, A & Assi, A 2011,Using discrete event simulation to investigate road delivery policies to UK retailers. in C Angeli (ed.),Proceedings of the nineteenth IASTED International Conference on Applied Simulation and Modelling.ACTA press, pp. 238-244, 19th IASTED International Conference on Applied Simulation and Modelling, Crete, Greece, 22-24 June. DOI:10.2316/P.2011.715-084
  27. Greasley, A 2011, 'A comparison of system dyanamics and discrete-event simulation' . in O Balci, M Sierhuis, X Hu & L Yilmaz (eds),Summer Computer Simulation Conference 2009 (SCSC 2009): part of the 2009 International Summer Simulation Multiconference (ISMc).Simulation Series, no. 3, vol. 41, Curran, Red Hook, NY (US), pp. 83-87, Summer Computer Simulation Conference 2009, Istanbul, Turkey, 13-16 June.
  28. Greasley, A 2011,An alternative to BlackboardTM? Student use of web-based textbook teaching and learning material. in J Green & H Higson (eds),Good practice guide in learning and teaching 8.Good Practice Guide in Learning and Teaching, vol. 8, Aston University, Birmingham (UK), pp. 1-3.
  29. Wang, Y, Greasley, A & Thanassoulis, E 2011,Combining ERP systems with enterprise 2.0. in MM Cruz-Cunha, J Varajão, P Powell & R Martinho (eds),ENTERprise information systems : International conference, CENTERIS 2011, Vilamoura, Algarve, Portugal, October 5-7, 2011, Proceedings, Part I.Communications in computer and information science, vol. 219, Springer, Berlin (DE), pp. 198-207. DOI:10.1007/978-3-642-24358-5_20
  30. Wang, Y, Greasley, A & Thanassoulis, E 2011,Adopting ERP with informality in order to foster both efficiency and flexibility operations. inProceedings of Production and Operations Management (POM) 2011 conference.22nd annual conference of Production and Operations Management Society, Reno, NV, United States, 29-2 May.
  31. Wang, Y, Greasley, A & Thanassoulis, E 2011,How to achieve complementary benefits of efficiency and flexibility in using ERP systems? inProceedings of the British Academy of Management (BAM) 2011 conference.British Academy of Management Conference 2011, Birmingham, United Kingdom, 12-15 September.
  32. Owen, C, Albores, P, Greasley, A & Love, D 2010,Simulation in the supply chain context: matching the simulation tool to the problem. in M Gunal (ed.),Proceedings of the 2010 Operational Research Society simulation Workshop (SW10) : 23-24 March 2010, Worcestershire, England.Operational Research Society, pp. 229-242, 5th Operational Research Society Simulation Workshop, SW 2010, Worcestershire, United Kingdom, 23-24 March.
  33. Greasley, A 2010,An assessment of web-based textbook supplementary material. in MB Nunes & M McPherson (eds),Proceedings of IADIS International Conference e-Learning 2010.vol. 2, IADIS, Portugal, pp. 310-312, IADIS International Conference e-Learning 2010, Freiburg, Germany, 26-29 July.
  34. Greasley, A, Love, D & Assi, A 2010,Investigating local delivery by road to retail and non-retail customers in the UK logistics sector. inInternational conference on information systems, logistics and supply chain.Third International Conference on Information Systems, Logistics and Supply Chain, Casablanca, Morocco, 13-16 April.
  35. Assi, AP, Greasley, A & Love, D 2009,An examination of the development of LTL hub-and-spoke freight distribution systems. in T Blecker, W Kersten & M Meyer (eds),High performance logistics: methods and techniques.Operations and technology management, vol. 12, Erich Schmidt, pp. 235-243, Hamburg International Conference of Logistics, Hamburg, Germany, 10-11 September.
  36. Greasley, A 2009,Operations management. 2nd edn, Wiley, Chichester (UK).
  37. Greasley, A 2009,A comparison of system dynamics and discrete event simulation. in O Balci & et al (eds),Summer Computer Simulation Conference 2009, SCSC 2009.Simulation Series, no. 3, vol. 41, SCS, pp. 83-87, Summer Computer Simulation Conference 2009, SCSC 2009, Part of the 2009 International Summer Simulation Multiconference, ISMc, Istanbul, Turkey, 13-16 June.
  38. Greasley, A 2009,A simulation of a road traffic accident reporting system. in SE Paterson & LK Allan (eds),Road traffic: safety, modeling and impacts.Nova science, New York (US), pp. 503-519.
  39. Bocij, P, Greasley, A & Hickie, S 2008,Business information systems: technology, development and management in the E-business. 4th edn, Financial Times/Prentice Hall, Harlow (UK).
  40. Greasley, A 2008, 'Using simulation for facility design: a case study' Simulation modelling practice and theory, vol. 16, no. 6, pp. 670-677. DOI:10.1016/j.simpat.2008.04.009
  41. Greasley, A 2008,Enabling a simulation capability in the organisation. Decision engineering, Springer, London (UK). DOI:10.1007/978-1-84800-169-5
  42. Greasley, A 2008,Operations management. SAGE. DOI:10.4135/9781446213025
  43. Clegg, B, Shaw, D, Albores, P, Dey, P & Greasley, A 2008, 'Supporting security officers: a study of operational performance' Paper presented at 3rd World Conference on Production and Operations Management, Tokyo, Japan,5/08/08 -8/08/08 , .
  44. Greasley, A 2008, 'Using simulation to assess the introduction of technology in a continuous operations process' Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management, vol. 19, no. 8, pp. 979-984. DOI:10.1108/17410380810911736
  45. Greasley, A 2007,Gaining acceptance of simulation: a social challenge. in MJ Ades (ed.),Proceedings of the 2007 Spring Simulation Multiconference (SpringSim' 07): March 25 - 29, 2007, Norfolk, Virginia, USA.vol. 2, pp. 112-118, 2007 Spring Simulation Multiconference, Norfolk, VA, United States, 25-29 March.
  46. Greasley, A 2007,Incorporating human behaviour in a simulation study. in Q Alam (ed.),Proceedings of the fifth international conference on supply chain management and information systems.Monash University , Melbourne (AU), 5th International Conference on Supply Chain Management and Information Systems, Melbourne, Australia, 9-12 December.
  47. Greasley, A 2007,Operations management. SAGE course companions, SAGE, London.
  48. Greasley, A 2006, 'Using process mapping and business process simulation to support a process-based approach to change in a public sector organisation' Technovation, vol. 26, no. 1, pp. 95-103. DOI:10.1016/j.technovation.2004.07.008
  49. Bocji, P, Chaffey, D, Greasley, A & Hickie, S 2006,Business information systems: technology, development and management in the E-business. 3rd edn, Financial Times/Prentice Hall, Harlow (UK).
  50. Greasley, A & Bennett, D 2006,An assessment of web-based textbook supplementary material to support student learning. CLIPP projects, Aston University.
  51. Greasley, A 2006,Managing breakdown events in an automated snacks production facility. in M von Zedwitz & Y Wang (eds),Proceedings of 15th the International conference on management of technology: East meets West — challenges and opportunities in the era of globalization.15th international conference on Management of Technology, Beijing, China, 22-26 May.
  52. Greasley, A 2006,Operations management. Wiley, Chichester (UK).
  53. Bennett, DJ, Clegg, BT, Greasley, A & Albores, P (eds) 2006,Technology and global integration: proceedings of 2nd European Conference on Management of Technology. Aston University, Birmingham (UK).
  54. Greasley, A 2005, 'Using DEA and simulation in guiding operating units to improved performance' Journal of the Operational Research Society, vol. 56, no. 6, pp. 727-731. DOI:10.1057/palgrave.jors.2601857
  55. Greasley, A 2005, 'Using system dynamics in a discrete-event simulation study of a manufacturing plant' International Journal of Operations and Production Management, vol. 25, no. 6, pp. 534-548. DOI:10.1108/01443570510599700
  56. Borges, LAJ & Greasley, A 2005,A survey of continuous improvement practices in the United Kingdom and Mexico. in A Sohal & R Cooney (eds),Quality innovation knowledge: conderence proceedings : application and synthesis in the global economy.pp. 125-130, 7th International Conference on Quality, Innovation and Knowledge Management, Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia, 16-18 February.
  57. Greasley, A 2005,Increasing the use of simulation in business. inSummer Computer Simulation Conference 2005, SCSC 2005, Part of the 2005 Summer Simulation Multiconference, SummerSim 2005: part of the 2005 Summer Simulation Multiconference (SummerSim’05) : Cherry Hill, New Jersey, USA 24-28 July 2005.vol. 1, Curran, New York, NY (US), pp. 400-405, Summer Computer Simulation Conference 2005, SCSC 2005, Part of the 2005 Summer Simulation Multiconference, SummerSim 2005, Cherry Hill, NJ, United Kingdom, 24-28 July.
  58. Greasley, A 2005,Entries in The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Management. inThe Blackwell Encyclopedia of Management.2 edn, Blackwell.
  59. Greasley, A 2004, ' The case for the organisational use of simulation ' Journal of manufacturing technology management , vol 15, no. 7, pp. 560-566., 10.1108/17410380410555808
  60. Greasley, A 2004, 'The case for the organisational use of simulation' Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management, vol. 15, no. 7, pp. 560-566. DOI:10.1108/17410380410555808
  61. Greasley, A , Bennett, D & Greasley, K 2004, ' A virtual learning environment for operations management: Assessing the student's perspective ' International journal of operations and production management , vol 24, no. 10, pp. 974-993., 10.1108/01443570410558030
  62. Greasley, A, Bennett, D & Greasley, K 2004, 'A virtual learning environment for operations management: Assessing the student' s perspective' International Journal of Operations and Production Management, vol. 24, no. 10, pp. 974-993. DOI:10.1108/01443570410558030
  63. Greasley, A 2004, ' Process improvement within a HR division at a UK police force ' International journal of operations and production management , vol 24, no. 3-4, pp. 230-240., 10.1108/01443570410519015
  64. Greasley, A 2004, 'Process improvement within a HR division at a UK police force' International Journal of Operations and Production Management, vol. 24, no. 3, pp. 230-240. DOI:10.1108/01443570410519015
  65. Greasley, A 2004, 'Using a simulation model for capacity management' Control, vol. 30, no. 3, pp. 16-18.
  66. Greasley, A, Bennett, D & Greasley, K 2004,Virtual learning environment for operations management: practical application and student views. in JAD Machuca, R Alfalla & M Sacristán (eds),Teaching OM within THENEXOM: innovative practices and links to research.3d/Thenexom, Sevilla (ES), pp. 11-26.
  67. Greasley, A 2004, 'A redesign of a road traffic accident reporting system using business process simulation' Business Process Management Journal, vol. 10, no. 6, pp. 636-644. DOI:10.1108/14637150410567857
  68. Greasley, A 2004,Designing a proposed overseas textile plant using simulation. inProceedings of the 2004 Summer computer simulation conference: SCSC 2004.Proceedings of Summer Computer Simulation Conference, Society for Computer Simulation , pp. 37-41, 2004 Summer Computer Simulation Conference, San Jose, CA, United States, 25-29 July.
  69. Greasley, A & Shaw, D 2003,Case studies in visual interactive simulation. in A Greasley (ed.),Simulation modelling for business.Innovative business textbooks, Ashgate, London (UK), pp. 195-219.
  70. Greasley, A 2003,Simulation modelling for business. Innovative Business Textbooks, Ashgate, London (UK).
  71. Bocji, P, Chaffey, D, Greasley, A & Hickie, S 2003,Business information systems: technology, development and management for the e-business with Webct pin card. Ema courses only, Financial Times/Prentice Hall, Harlow.
  72. Greasley, A 2003, 'Simulating windows' Manufacturing Engineer, vol. 82, no. 1, pp. 27-29.
  73. Greasley, A 2003, 'The use of data envelopment analysis and simulation in process redesign' Simulation series, vol. 35, no. 3, pp. 531-535.
  74. Bocji, P, Chaffey, D, Greasley, A & Hickie, S 2003,Business information systems: technology, development and management for the e-business. 3rd edn, Financial Times/Prentice Hall, Harlow (UK).
  75. Greasley, A 2003,A simulation of a large-scale snacks production facility. in G Spina, A Vianelli, R Cagliano, M Kalchschmidt, P Romano & F Salvador (eds),One world? One view of OM? The challenges of integrating research and practice.vol. 2, S.G. editoriale, Padova (IT), pp. 591-600, Euroma/POMS conference, Cernobbio, Italy, 16-18 June.
  76. Bocij, P, Chaffey, D, Greasley, A & Hickie, S 2003,Business Information Systems: Instructors Manual. Pearson.
  77. Greasley, A 2003,A simulation of a production planning system in a gas cylinder manufacturing plant. inProceedings of the 6th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Production Management.6th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Production Management, Porto, Portugal, 26-28 May.
  78. Greasley, A 2003, 'Using business process simulation within a business process reengineering approach' Business Process Management Journal, vol. 9, no. 4, pp. 408-420. DOI:10.1108/14637150310484481
  79. Greasley, A 2003, 'A simulation of cladding and window production facility' Manufacturing Engineering, vol. 81, no. 1, pp. 26-29.
  80. Greasley, A 2003,The use of data envelopment analysis and simulation in process redesign. inProceedings of the Summer Computer Simulation Conference.SCS, pp. 531-535, Summer Computer Simulation Conference, Montreal, Canada, 20-24 July.
  81. Greasley, A 2003, 'A simulation of a workflow management system' Work Study, vol. 52, no. 5, pp. 256-261. DOI:10.1108/00438020310485985
  82. Greasley, A 2003,A visual interactive modelling system as a learning tool. in A Rossett (ed.),Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2003.AACE, pp. 2167-2170, World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education, Phoenix, AZ, United States, 7-11 November.
  83. Greasley, A 2002,Denby constabulary. in R Johnston, S Chambers, N Slack, A Harrison & C Harland (eds),Cases in operations management.3rd edn, Financial Times/Prentice Hall, Harlow (UK), pp. 219-224.
  84. Bocji, P, Chaffey, D, Greasley, A & Hickie, S 2002,Business information systems: technology, development and management in the E-business. 2nd edn, Financial Times/Prentice Hall, Harlow (UK).
  85. Greasley, A 2002,Assessing the computerisation of a road traffic accident reporting system using simulation. in C Papadopoulos & E Triantaphyllou (eds),Proceedings of the 30th International Conference on Computers and Industrial Engineering.vol. 1, pp. 299-303, 30th International Conference on Computers and Industrial Engineering, Tinos Island, Greece, 28-2 July.
  86. Greasley, A 2001, 'Costing police custody operations' Policing, vol. 24, no. 2, pp. 216-227. DOI:10.1108/13639510110390954
  87. Greasley, A 2000,Effective uses of business process simulation. inProceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference.
  88. Greasley, A 2000, 'Using simulation to assess the service reliability of a train maintenance depot' Quality and Reliability Engineering International, vol. 16, no. 3, pp. 221-228.
  89. Greasley, A & Chaffey, D 2000,A simulation of an estate agency workflow system. inProceedings of the 2000 Summer Computer Simulation Conference.
  90. Greasley, A 2000, 'A simulation analysis of arrest costs' Journal of the Operational Research Society, vol. 51, pp. 162-167.
  91. Greasley, A 2000,A simulation of a valve manufacturing plant. inProceedings of the 2000 Summer Computer Simulation Conference.
  92. Greasley, A 1999,Using simulation modelling to implement activity based costing. inProceedings of the Industrial and Business Symposium.
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