Williams, SJ (2017) Improving healthcare operations: The application of Lean, Agile and Leagility in care pathway design, Palgrave Publishers.
Jensen, B., Found, P., Williams, S. & Walley, P. (2016). Improving the efficiency and effectiveness of ward rounds. International Journal of Quality and Service Sciences 8(3)
Esain, A. Aitken, J. Williams, SJ., and Kumar, M. (2016) Reverse exchange: classifications for public service SCM", Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 21(2), 216 – 227 (3) http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/SCM-01-2015-0041
Böhme, T., Williams, S., Childerhouse, P., Deakin, E. & Towill, D. (2016). Causes, effects and mitigation of unreliable healthcare supplies. Production Planning and Control, 27 (4) pp. 249-262. (3) DOI:10.1080/09537287.2015.1105396
Willson, A. (2015) The problem with eliminating ‘low-value care’, BMJ Quality & Safety – published online 7th July.
Cooper, A. Gray, J. Willson, A. Lines, C. McCannon, J. and McHardy, K. (2015) Exploring the role of communications in quality improvement: A case study of the 1000 Lives Campaign in NHS Wales, Journal of Communication in Healthcare 8(1), pp. 76–84.
Böhme T, Williams, SJ, Childerhouse, P, Deakin, E, and Towill, D (2013) Methodology challenges associated with benchmarking healthcare supply chains, Production Planning & Control, 24(10-11), pp 1002-1014.
Williams, SJ, and Snow, D (2012) Promoting health in SMEs. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 19 (4), pp 729-744.
Esain, A, Williams, SJ, Gakhal, S, Caley, L, and Cooke, M (2012) Healthcare Quality Improvement – Policy Implications and Practicalities. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, 25 (7), pp.565 - 581 Emerald Publishers Outstanding paper award 2012.
*Williams, Sharon., Turner, Alice . & Beadle, Helen . (2019). ’Experience based co-design to improve a Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programme. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance 33
*Walley, Paul., Found, Pauline. & Williams, Sharon. (2019). Failure Demand: An evaluation of concept in UK Primary Care. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance. 32
*Hu, Qing., Williams, Sharon., Mason, Robert. & Found, Pauline. (2019). Knowledge management in consultancy-involved process improvement projects: Cases from Chinese SMEs. Production Planning & Control
*Hurt, Lisa., Langley, Kate., North, Kate., Southern, Alex., Copeland, Lauren., Gillard, Jonathan. & Williams, Sharon. (2019). Understanding and improving the care pathway for children with autism. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, 00-00.
*Found, Pauline., Lahy, Andrew., Williams, Sharon., Hu, Qing. & Mason, Robert. (2018). Towards a theory of operational excellence. Total Quality Management & Business Excellence 29(9-10), 1012-1024.
*Best, Stephanie. & Williams, Sharon. (2018). Professional identity in interprofessional teams: findings from a scoping review. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 1-12.
*Best, Stephanie. & Williams, Sharon. (2018). Integrated care: mobilising professional identity. Journal of Health Organization and Management 32(5), 726-740.
*Williams, Sharon. & Radnor, Zoe. (2018). An integrative approach to improving patient care pathways. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, 00-00.
*Williams, Sharon J.. & Radnor, Zoe. (2018). Using bandwidths to visualize and improve patient pathways. Public Money & Management 38(1), 21-28.