- Email: M.Youssef@hw.ac.uk
Roles and Responsibilities
Dr. Maged Youssef is Director of Studies BA (Hons)Fashion Marketing and Retailing, teaching different fashion retailing and management courses in the undergraduate and postgraduate stages.
Maged has more than 20 years’ practical experience in industry as a manager and as a consultant, and implemented many successful sustainable development projects for international development organisations like CIDA, USAID, and GIZ.
He studied Fashion Technology and Management in Dresden University of Technology, Germany. His PhD was in the field of Business Excellence. In addition, he is a certified quality/environmental auditor, and a certified six sigma green belt.
In the last 12 years, he has taught in a number of international institutions, such as North Carolina State University, USA; Karlsruhe University of Applied Science, Germany; Dresden University of Technology, Germany and Helwan University, Egypt.
Current research interests
-Textile & Apparel Supply Chain Management
– Brand Management and Marketing
M.Kamal, M.Nashwa, A.Lafy (2018), The influence of enterprise resource planning systems on Apparel , factories, Journal of Architecture and Art, 10th issue, Vol.2.
M.Kamal (2017), Practical guidelines toward the effective management of work place design -Case Study in Fashion Industry- 4th international conference of sustainable development, Sharjah,UAE
M.Kamal (2017), Sustainable Approach in Textile and Apparel Industry: Case Study Applied to a Medium Enterprise, International Journal of Materials and Textile Engineering, Vol11, No.3
M Kamal (2015), “Developing a conceptual model for restructuring Apparel sampling development process using virtual reality technology” Published in international Design Journal, Volume 5 Issue 2.
M Kamal (2015), “Determine the effective capacity development support services for enhancing the competitiveness of Egyptian Apparel Industry” Published in international Design Journal, Volume 5 Issue 1.
M Kamal (2014), “Main Factors Influencing the German Buyers’ Satisfaction in Sourcing Ready-Made Garments from Egypt” Published in international Design Journal, Volume 4 Issue 4.
M Kamal (2014), “Effect of adoption the Visual Production Planning and Control System (VPPCS) in Apparel Manufacturing Companies” Published in international Design Journal, Volume 4 Issue 3.
M.Kamal(2014), ‘Producing of customized comfortable sportswear using three dimensional technology’, Published in international Design Journal, Volume 4 Issue 2.
M.Kamal (2012), “Improve Apparel productivity through developing an in-house cost effective maintenance management control program” 3rd international conference of Applied Arts,08-10 October.
M.Kamal (2012), “Effect of work study techniques in reducing the cost of production ‘operations in the sewing room” 3rd international conference of Applied Arts,08-10 October.
M.Kamal (2011), “Improve profitability through using six sigma methodology to reduce spots and stains in Ready Made Garments” , Published in science and Arts Journal, Helwan University, 06 April.
M.Kamal and J.Smith (2009), ‘‘Developing an integrated blended learning delivery Model in fashion education’’ International conference of flexible learning, Heriot-Watt University, Scotland, UK.
M.Kamal and T.Khalifa,(2008), ” The impact of Environmental Management System on the Profitability in Small and Medium Textile Enterprises”, 5th International Conference of textile research devision, National research center, 6-8 April.
M.Kamal (2007), “Social Standards and its effect on the competitiveness of Textile and clothing industry”, 1st international conference of Applied Arts, 22-23 October.
M.Kamal (2006) , “Using six sigma methodology to improve the shortage of exported quantities in the garment factories”, Published in science and Arts Journal, Helwan University, 06 April 2006.