The Nigel Slack Teaching Innovation Award


Nigel Slack Award


Torbjorn Netland, Katalin Tesch, Daniel Kwasnitschka, Oliver Von Dzengelevski for "AI-Human Collaboration in Teaching: Autogeneration and test of operations management education videos"


  • Beate Klingenberg, Albachiara Boffelli, Alice Madonna for "Developing a sustainable mindset in a sustainable supply chain course

  • Paul Walley, Nicolas Wake for : "A gamified approach to teaching process improvement"


Nigel Slack Award


Elcio Mendonça Tachizawa, Irene Martín Rubio and Thais Rangel for ‘Using “Microcase studies” in Operations Management teaching’


Nigel Slack Award


  • Nicholas Wake, Hult International Business School, UK
  • Søren Riber, Hult International Business School, UK
  • Desirée Kolman, nl

Agile teaching: using the principles of scrum to design and deliver education



  • Torbjørn Netland, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
  • Rafael Lorenz, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
  • Daniel Kwasnitschka, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
  • Julian Senoner, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

A virtual reality app for teaching operations management



The Nigel Slack Teaching Innovation Award was presented to:

  • Brent Snider, Nancy Southin, for their paper: "Inquiry-based Intermodal Shipping Competition".

The Nigel Slack Teaching Innovation Award runner-ups:

  • Richard Orme, Ben Clegg, Andy Poole, Andy Yeoman, Chris Owen, Panagiotis Petridis, Pavel Albores for their paper:
    "A Gamified Approach to Improving Customer Service Delivery in a Train Operating Company".
  • Alexander Urquhart, Nicholas Wake, Amanda Nimon Peters, for their paper:
    "‘The Effects of Teaching Style on Student Recall".



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The Nigel Slack Teaching Innovation Award was presented to:

  • Kirstin Scholten, Anna Dubois, for their paper: "Advancing the skill set of SCM graduates – An active learning approach".

The Nigel Slack Teaching Innovation Award runner-ups:

  • Alastair Nicholson, Dana Brown, John Schirn, Steve New, for their paper:
    "The Blue Suitcase: Operations Management Education through Reflexive Articulated Perception".
  • Mark Johnson, Mehmet Chakkol, Max Finne, for their paper:
    "‘Flip’ or not to ‘Flip’? Reflections on the Redesign of an Undergraduate Operations Management Course".