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  • The Effect of COVID-19 on Supply Chain Management: Pre and Post-COVID-19:
           Case Study of CVS Pharmacy, Inc.

    • Authors: Kenechukwu Nwuka Ochonogor; G. Solomon Osho, Cyril O. Anoka, Matthew Uwakonye
      Abstract: Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, everyone has observed many disruptions in the pharmaceutical supply chain. Indeed, this global and complex supply chain is vulnerable, especially when it must face a sudden rise in global demand. To adapt to the increasing demand and the numerous shortages, the United States White House has suggested several recommendations (The White House, 2021). Three of them will be detailed in this report: boosting local production, building an emergency capacity, and promoting international cooperation. With more than 10,000 locations and retail stores in the United States and with the competition of large retail stores like Target and Walmart, CVS has continued to enhance its supply chain by rolling out vendor technological portals designed to facilitate its supply chain programs and models. Most of CVS’s generic products and retail merchandise are manufactured outside the United States. To ensure the sustainability and efficiency of their models, integrated planning, internal and external collaborations, and dissemination of forecasting models with suppliers help them to predict and manage demand uncertainties. CVS is digitally connected to give people more options by using their artificial intelligence platform, thereby harnessing the power of digital technology and the Omni channel sourcing to ensure that their customers are reached/served whenever, and by whatever means possible. During the COVID-19 pandemic, CVS faced three major issues related to the distribution of common drugs between patients with chronic illnesses and patients with COVID-19 pneumonia, a high volume of customer calls, and high procurement costs of medicines from suppliers due to shortages. This led CVS to implement temporary mitigation measures that set it apart from its competitors and helped serve more patients in an orderly fashion. Based on the learnings from CVS, this report presents a set of short-term solutions that can be implemented by CVS to insulate it from future shortages until the long-term solutions are implemented in collaboration with the FDA and drug suppliers.
      PubDate: Thu, 17 Nov 2022 17:17:31 -080
       
  • A Paradigm Shift in Unemployment Based on the Role of Business Ownership:
           Ghana as Case

    • Authors: Pearl Abredu; Cai Li, Frank Kofi Essien
      Abstract: Both researchers and policymakers have given the relationship between entrepreneurship and unemployment a lot of thought. The changes in the area of unemployment in the country has caused many people to move into owning their businesses. This activity has initiated a relief to the government since its responsibility is to create lucrative jobs to its citizens. This paper seeks to address the paradigm shift in unemployment in Ghana, the role of business ownership. The study explained the determinants of unemployment, and the entrepreneurship drive to unravel unemployment in the country. Using a cross-sectional dataset, the study focused on Ghana’s economic growth as well as the country’s unemployment rate. Using an online survey of 400 respondents and data from the Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) and the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor dataset as its key element in addressing the usefulness of the study. The researcher investigated a paradigm shift in unemployment using the SPSS tool (version 23.0) and regression for the data analysis. With a Cronbach Alpha of 0.898 which explains the reliability statistics of the study variables, the research result shows that at a coefficient of 0.73, Business ownership will have an aid to employment rate with a highly significant P-value of 0.000. Recommendation from the study is that Policymakers should investigate and assess the elements that influence entrepreneurship by placing reduction on the interest put on loan offered to young entrepreneurs.
      PubDate: Tue, 30 Aug 2022 00:00:00 -070
       
  • A Conceptual MIS Framework for Business Intelligence

    • Authors: Tariq Saeed Mian
      Abstract: The prime objective of the present study was to examine the relationship between compatibility, top management support, competitive pressure and organizational performance with the mediation of business intelligence. The data in the present study were collected from the employees of Madina grocery store by purposive sampling. The response rate of the study was 69%. The collected data was analysed through smart PLS 3.3.2. The results of the study revealed that competitive pressure, top management support and compatibility have a positive effect on business intelligence and organizational performance. Additionally, the mediation result of business intelligence is also confirmed by the results of the present research. This research fills the gap between limited studies regarding business intelligence and organizational performance. This study is helpful for the decision-makers of management of different organizations.
      PubDate: Sun, 06 Mar 2022 23:27:51 -080
       
 
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