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Supply chain resilience in mindful humanitarian aid organizations: the role of big data analytics

Denis Dennehy Orcid Logo, John Oredo Orcid Logo, Konstantina Spanaki Orcid Logo, Stella Despoudi Orcid Logo, Mike Fitzgibbon

International Journal of Operations & Production Management, Volume: 41, Issue: 9, Pages: 1417 - 1441

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PurposeThe purpose of this paper is to understand the nomological network of associations between collective mindfulness and big data analytics in fostering resilient humanitarian relief supply chains.Design/methodology/approachThe authors conceptualize a research model grounded in literature and te...

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Published in: International Journal of Operations & Production Management
ISSN: 0144-3577
Published: Emerald 2021
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