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The Applicability of Autopoietic Cybernetics in Humanitarian Supply Chain Thinking (2022)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Duddy, D., Weaver, M., & Stantchev, D. (2022). The Applicability of Autopoietic Cybernetics in Humanitarian Supply Chain Thinking. In Full Papers. Logistics Research Network Conference 2022: Supply Chain Innovation; People, Process, Technology (129-139)

Purpose: This research examines whether an autopoietic cybernetic model can assist in achieving greater effectiveness and efficiency in the humanitarian supply chain paradigm. It examines the extent to which a holistic view is taken during humani... Read More about The Applicability of Autopoietic Cybernetics in Humanitarian Supply Chain Thinking.

The Applicability of Commercial Supply Chain Models in Humanitarian Supply Chain Thinking (2019)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Duddy, D. G., Weaver, M., & Stantchev, D. (2019). The Applicability of Commercial Supply Chain Models in Humanitarian Supply Chain Thinking.

This research argues that there are a number of potential pitfalls when using traditional commercial supply chain models for humanitarian supply chain issues and it examines the extent to which existing humanitarian supply chain thinking is based on... Read More about The Applicability of Commercial Supply Chain Models in Humanitarian Supply Chain Thinking.

Towards 'Systemic Sustainability': Assessing the O.R. Contribution (2019)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Weaver, M., Tan, H., & Duddy, D. (2019, September). Towards 'Systemic Sustainability': Assessing the O.R. Contribution. Paper presented at Operational Research Society Annual Conference, University of Kent

The emerging 'sustainability paradigm' presents challenges and opportunities for the next generation of leaders. However, Howieson, Burnes and Summers (2019) acknowledge that organisational leadership is based (generally) on a neoliberal paradigm and... Read More about Towards 'Systemic Sustainability': Assessing the O.R. Contribution.