Dr Tammi Sinha PhD, BEng (Hons), PGCE joined the University of Winchester in October 2013 as a Senior Lecturer in Operations and Project Management within the Winchester Business School. She is Director of the University's interdisciplinary Centre for Climate Change Education and Communication, launched in APril 2018.
Tammi spent 10 years as an engineer with BAE Systems, and Ocular Sciences as a Production Cell Leader before returning to an academic role in 2003. She spent 10 years at Portsmouth Business School, where she led the MSc Leadership in Health and Wellbeing, before joining Winchester Business School.
Tammi is a practitioner and researcher in systems thinking, visual leadership, operational excellence and lean six sigma, working with a variety of organisations in the public and private sectors to improve performance. She has delivered invited keynotes at various conferences on Lean in Higher Education and the public sector. The Improvement Community of Practice (co-led with Nigel Ward) is a thriving community meeting up to 7 times a year to explore and develop innovative ways of improving performance.
Tammi incorporates a multi-disciplined approach to learning, teaching, knowledge transfer and administration. Her approach stems from a grounding and interest in systems thinking and high performance methodologies to bring about sustainable improvement. She has co-led and built up an improvement community of practice for practitioners over a number of years, in order to engage and work with Project Managers and Improvement Professionals to embed theory into practice, and explore the knowledge landscape in this area. She has been involved in Knowledge Transfer Projects funded by the Technology Strategy Board.
School: University of Winchester