By David Loseby MCIOB (Chartered CM), FAPM, FCMI, FCIPS Chartered, FRSA
As you might recognise there have been a whole series of impacts as a consequence of Covid-19, much research effort has been expended recently and one such paper by Remko van Hoek¹ (Executive Advisor procurement, Professor Walton College of Business, Executive Director CSCMP Supply Chain Hall of Fame) has looked at this comprehensively, and this article by summarises the findings
This paper is the second in a series published in conjunction with Emerald Publishing of "translation" papers. These translations takes the form of a summary of a recently released academic paper that is targeted at a practitioner audience. In this was we are aiming to fuse research and industry practice in order to benefit both.
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