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Professor Micheline Naude

 
 
Telephone
+27 33 260 6181
Email naudem@ukzn.ac.za
Campus
Pietermaritzburg
Building & Room
Commerce Block, 1st Floor, Room 25

Bio:

Professor Naude is the Academic Leader for Marketing and Supply Chain Management, based at the Pietermaritzburg Campus. Her main focus is Supply Chain Management. She has lectured supply chain management at the undergraduate and postgraduate level and also supervises Masters and Doctoral students.
She derives satisfaction and considers it a privilege to lecture the students and educating them in the field of Supply Chain Management. Through her research she is able to relate to what was currently happening in the field, in South Africa.
Her professional interests are procurement, public procurement, sustainable procurement, logistics and humanitarian logistics.
She has a number of publications in various academic journals in the fields of supply chain management and education.

Appointment Designation:

  • Associate Professor
Academic Qualifications:
BBA (University of Natal); BCom (Honours) University of Natal; MCom University of KwaZulu-Natal; DCom (UNISA)


Research Interests:

  • Risk management;
  • Counterfeits; 
  • Public procurement; 
  • Methods to enhance learning skills 
Recent Publications:  
  • Naude, MJ & Derera E (2014). Using the case study method to enhance the learning skills of supply chain management students. Industry & Higher Education. Vol 8, No. 5, October 2014, pp1-9. (Will only be published in the October 2014 edition.
  •  Naude, MJ., Vigar-Ellis, DA. & Ortlepp, K. (2013). The perceived effectiveness of a pre-group intervention workshop for future management specialists: an exploratory study. Journal of Contemporary Management. Vol 10.
  •  Naude MJ & Badenhorst-Weiss (2012). Supplier-customer relationships: Weaknesses in South African automotive supply chains. Journal of Transport and Supply Chain Management. ISSN: 19955235. Vol. 6, No. 1 (2012), 91-106
  •  Naude MJ & Badenhorst-Weiss (2012). Factors inhibiting the South African automotive industry from fully contributing to local economic development. Journal of Contemporary Management. ISBN 1815-7440. Volume 9, 2012.
  •  Naude, MJ & Badenhorst-Weiss, J.A. (2011). Supply chain problems at South African automotive component manufacturers. Southern African Business Review. April 2011, vol 15(1) pp 70-99

Recent Papers Delivered:  
  • Naude, MJ (2015) Supply Chain Student Association: bridging the gap between academic and industry knowledge at UKZN. 24th Annual International Purchasing and Supply Education and Research Association (IPSERA) Conference, Amsterdam April 2015.
  •  Naude, MJ & Badenhorst-Weiss (2011). Supplier and customer relationships in the South African automotive industry. 20th Annual International Purchasing and Supply Education and Research Association (IPSERA) Conference. Maastricht April 9 to April 13 2011.
  •  Bizana, N. & Naude MJ (2014). Improving service delivery: results of a South African study at Local Government. 23rd Annual International Purchasing and Supply Education and Research Association (IPSERA) conference, Pretoria 2014.
  • Naude, MJA & E Derera (2013) The creation of class discussions using case studies to enhance undergraduate supply chain management learning. . 22nd Annual International Purchasing and Supply Education and Research Association (IPSERA) Conference, Nantes March 2013.
  • Naude, MJA (2012). A perspective on supplier relationships in the South African public procurement sector. 21st Annual International Purchasing and Supply Education and Research Association (IPSERA) Conference, Naples April 1 to April 4 2012.

Editorial Boards:  
  • Journal of Contemporary Management
  • Journal of Transport and Supply Chain 

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