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Natalie Wilmot

Natalie Wilmot

Senior Lecturer

Summary

I am a senior lecturer in the International Business subject group.

Prior to joining the university, my professional background was in export sales and global supply chain management, during which time I worked extensively with organisations in Spain and South America.

My doctoral research examined the impact of language diversity in international supply chain management, and my current research interests are concerned with various aspects of language diversity and translation work in the context of international business.

I teach on a range of undergraduate and postgraduate modules, dealing primarily with topics related to Cross-Cultural Management and Global Supply Chain Management, and I am the Course Leader for the Executive MBA.

In addition to being a Member of the Institute of Export and International Trade, and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, I also hold the position of Treasurer for GEM&L (Groupe d'Etudes Management et Langage), an international, interdisciplinary scholarly body which brings together academics interested in language issues in management. In 2018 I was also appointed as Visiting Professor at the University of Bordeaux.

  • About

    Qualifications

    • 2017: PhD Foreign Languages in the International Supply Chain Relationships of UK SMEs, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
    • 2017: Doctor of Philosophy, International Business, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
    • 2013: Post Graduate Certificate, Learning and Teaching, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
    • 2012: MSc Leadership and Management, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
    • 2010: BA Business and Management, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom

    Senior Lecturer

  • Teaching

    Department of Management

    Sheffield Business School

    International Business

  • Publications

    Journal articles

    Wilmot, N. (2017). Language and the faces of power: A theoretical approach. International journal of cross cultural management, 17 (1), 85-100. http://doi.org/10.1177/1470595817694915

    Wilmot, N., Rushton, D., & Zandona Hofmann, A.S. (2016). Reaching across continents : engaging students through virtual collaborations. Higher Education Pedagogies, 1 (1), 121-139. http://doi.org/10.1080/23752696.2016.1216325

    Rushton, D., Wilmot, N., Middleton, A., & Warwick, S. (2015). Using social video to capture reflective voices. Smart Learning: teaching and learning with smartphones and tablets in post compulsory education. MELSIG.

    Conference papers

    Wilmot, N. (2016). Indonesian Mythology enabling 21st century business students to balance strategic and relationship challenges. Edulearn Conference.

    Wilmot, N. (2015). Language and the Faces of Power: A Theoretical Approach. In 9th GEM&L Conference - Language in Global Management and Business. Language in Global Management and Business (GEM&L) Conference

    Book chapters

    Pham, S.H., Darabi, F., & Wilmot, N. (2016). International Supply Chain Case Study. In Christiansen, B. (Ed.) Handbook of Research on Global Supply Chain Management. (pp. 205-226). Hershey PA. USA: IGI Global: http://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-4666-9639-6.ch012

    Warwick, S., Wilmot, N., & Rushton, D. (2015). Using social video to capture reflective voices. In Middleton, A. (Ed.) Smart Learning. (pp. 216-224). Media Enhanced Learning Special Interest Group (MELSIG)

    Wilmot, N. (2015). International Supply Chain Case Study. In Christiansen, B. (Ed.) Handbook of Research on Global Supply Chain Management. (pp. 205-226). IGI Global

    Theses / Dissertations

    Wilmot, N. (n.d.). Management of language diversity in international supply chain relationships of UK SMEs. (Doctoral thesis). Supervised by Sharpe, D. http://doi.org/10.7190/shu-thesis-00031

    Presentations

    Wilmot, N. (2017). The Importance of Luck, Chance, and Bricolage in the Language Management Practices of British SMEs.

    Wilmot, N. (2017). Anarchy in the UK: How do British SMEs Manage Linguistic Diversity.

    Wilmot, N. (2016). Linguistic and Organisational Boundary Crossing in International Supply Chains: Opening the Black Box of Translation Processes.

    Rushton, D., & Wilmot, N. (2014). REACHING ACROSS CONTINENTS: ENABLING UNDERGRADUATES OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TO DEVELOP THEIR CROSS CULTURAL MANAGEMENT SKILLS THROUGH MOBILE DEVICES.

    Wilmot, N. (2014). Language Diversity in international Supply Chain Relationships of SMEs.

    Wilmot, N. (2013). Business English as a Lingua Franca and its Impact on Professional Identity.

    Wilmot, N. (2013). Professional Identity and Language Competence: A Theoretical Framework for the Relationship.

  • Other activities

    Award

    • 2015: Aalto University That's Interesting! Award, Aalto University, Finland

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