John Mulyata is a lecturer in Operations and Strategy in the School of Management at Swansea University with an academic and professional background, and holds DCMS, BSc(Econ), MSc(Econ), MBA and a PhD in Business Studies. His research is in Management of Healthcare industry. He also posses experience in Healthcare Budget and Planning, Design and Implementation of Health Reforms & Health Management Information System (HMIS), Quality Assurance and teaching in health sciences for more than 20 years. John has worked in management positions in Healthcare, Project Management, and Monitoring and Evaluation. He has experience in procurement and distribution of logistics, operations & Process Management and Performance Assessment (Patient care, Infrastructure, Transport and Financial Management, Drugs & Medical supplies and Equipment).

Areas of Expertise:
Healthcare Budget and Planning
Management of Healthcare
Health Management Information System
Quality Assurance
International HRM
Operations and Process Management
Strategic Management
Logistics and Procurement

Publications

  1. & Global Talent Management. In Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management. (pp. 139-155). Cham: Springer International Publisher.

Teaching

  • MN-2509 Management Consulting 1

    The module is designed to develop an awareness and a detailed understanding of approaches to tactical and strategic management consulting including large scale transformation of business processes.

  • MN-2513 Supply Chain Management

    This module extends the internal focus of operations management to look at entire supply chains of linked organisations working together.

  • MN-3019 Project Management

    This module is intended to provide students with a thorough understanding of the project management process and the ability to undertake management of projects in practice.

  • MN-M022 Operations Management

    Managing Processes concerns with efficient management of resources associated with the production and delivery of goods and services. Operations Management provides the techniques commonly associated with resource management and, as such, is integral to the effective functioning of both manufacturing and service-based organisations. The module covers conceptual and qualitative aspects as well as providing grounding in some of the quantitative techniques used for practical problem-solving in the area of Operations Management.

  • MN-M043 Operations Management (Engineering Leadership and Management)

    For an organisation to produce and deliver goods and / or services, efficient management of resources is a key aspect. Operations management is paramount to equip management with the techniques necessary to manage resources, for an effective functioning of manufacturing, technology production and services delivery organisations, particularly within high tech organisations. This module introduces key principles, conceptual tools and qualitative as well as quantitative techniques that can be applied to a variety of organisational contexts.

  • MN-M526 Global Supply Chain Management

    This module extends the internal focus of operations management to look at entire supply chains of linked organisations working together.

Supervision

  • The Management of Government Projects in Nigeria: A case study of fertilizer procurement and distribution in Nigeria. (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr John Mulyata
    Other supervisor: Dr John Mulyata
    Other supervisor: Dr Rhys Williams
  • Key factors for new product development evaluation in industry (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr John Mulyata
    Other supervisor: Dr Rhys Williams
  • : To explore the effect of talent management in retention, recruitment and development in Saudi healthcare sector (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr John Mulyata
    Other supervisor: Prof Yaw Debrah
  • Inter-organisational Networks and Talent Development (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr John Mulyata
    Other supervisor: Prof Yaw Debrah
  • Investigate the impact of training and development on academic institution performance in Saudi Arabia as a case study on King Khalid University (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr John Mulyata
    Other supervisor: Prof Yaw Debrah