Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management: Volume 10 Issue 2


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Lean readiness assessment model – a tool for Humanitarian Organizations' social and economic sustainability

Muhammad Shafiq, Kullapa Soratana

purpose of this study is to present a Lean Readiness Assessment Model (LRAM) for assessing the readiness of Humanitarian Organizations (HO) for adopting Lean Management…

The role of supply chain integration in strengthening the performance of not-for-profit organizations: evidence from the food banking industry

Cigdem Ataseven, Anand Nair, Mark Ferguson

This paper investigates the inter-relationships among supply integration, demand integration and internal integration in the context of food banking.

Performance management practices in humanitarian organisations

Hella Abidi, Sander de Leeuw, Wout Dullaert

We examine how design and implementation practices for supply chain performance management that have proven successful in commercial organisations apply to humanitarian…

Enhancing service delivery in humanitarian relief chains: the role of relational capital

Sheila Namagembe

The study examined the influence of relational capital on inter-cluster coordination and service delivery of humanitarian organisations; the mediating and moderating role…

A numerical approach for inventory pre-positioning in emergency management

Valentina Di Pasquale, Fabio Fruggiero, Raffaele Iannone

The increasing number of natural disasters has increased the attention on emergency plans aimed at providing fast support to affected communities. In this context…

Digitizing the field: designing ERP systems for Triple-A humanitarian supply chains

Ioanna Falagara Sigala, William J. Kettinger, Tina Wakolbinger

The purpose of this study is to explore what design principles need to be considered in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems for humanitarian organizations (HOs) to…

Organization theory in humanitarian operations: a review and suggested research agenda

Chandra Prakash, Maria Besiou, Parikshit Charan, Sumeet Gupta

The purpose of this paper is to review the current application of organization theory (OT) in the humanitarian supply chain (HSC) and identify the future OT-based research…

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