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Continuity & Resilience Review
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ISSN (Online) 2516-7502
Published by Emerald Homepage  [360 journals]
  • Supply chain resilience: the role of supplier development in the form of
           contract farming in fast-food outlets in Zimbabwe

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      Authors: Paul Mukucha , Felix Chari
      Abstract: The study sought to determine the possibility of supplier development in the form of contract farming as a determinant of supply chain resilience in fast-food outlets. This is against the background of the restaurant having been designated as one of the industries that remained operational when the other industries were affected by the two-decade-long economic meltdown and more recently COVID-19 pandemic. Data were collected using questionnaires from the consenting restaurants with the most senior procurement personnel in target restaurants as the informants and analysed using analysis of moment structures (AMOS) software. The results revealed that indeed supplier development in the form of contract farming leads to supply chain resilience as indicated by improved supply chain visibility, supply chain flexibility, and supply chain redundancy. Fast-food restaurant businesses that have not yet adopted supplier development in the form of contract farming are therefore encouraged to adopt it as a way of enhancing their resilience to traditional supply chain disruptions such as transport shortages, droughts, and more recently COVID-19 pandemic. It is to the best knowledge of these researchers, that no studies have attempted to analyse the three drivers of supply chain resilience, namely supply chain redundancy, supply chain flexibility, and supply chain visibility in a single study and link them to a single antecedent.
      Citation: Continuity & Resilience Review
      PubDate: 2022-09-19
      DOI: 10.1108/CRR-03-2022-0006
      Issue No: Vol. 4 , No. 3 (2022)
       
  • Science, policy and resilience: reflections on the role of scientific
           advice to government during pandemic crisis response

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      Authors: Karen Reddin , Lee Miles
      Abstract: The SARS epidemic in 2003 and the COVID-19 pandemic had a disruptive impact on countries around the world and highlight the importance of using scientific evidence to inform policy decisions and priorities during crises. The purpose of this article is to reflect upon the term “following the science” and examines the differences between SARS in 2003 and COVID-19. This study is exploratory, adopts a qualitative approach and reflects on the synthesis of scientific evidence into advice informing government decisions on health interventions. Random sampling of the literature was used to avoid bias and was guided by the keywords. It considers preparedness activities and the need for these to be integral in the design of future planning. It argues that simulation exercises be intrinsically linked to all aspects of crisis management and provide the opportunity to use the scientific evidence base as part of preparedness planning. The article concludes that more transparency in the use of scientific advice in strategic decision-making would support building more resilience into health emergency preparedness through an integrated systems approach. This article contributes to the literature on the evaluation of the “following the science” approach and its implementation. It also contributes to the limited literature on simulation exercising to deal with health crises, like pandemics and identifies potential areas for further research or work on developing an integrated systems approach to pandemic preparedness.
      Citation: Continuity & Resilience Review
      PubDate: 2022-09-19
      DOI: 10.1108/CRR-06-2022-0009
      Issue No: Vol. 4 , No. 3 (2022)
       
  • Layered business continuity and disaster recovery model

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      Authors: Gjoko Stamenkov
      Abstract: The purpose of this study is to address the problem of a plethora of potential plans related to business continuity and disaster recovery. A review of the relevant academic articles, standards and guidelines related to business continuity and disaster recovery was conducted, and the discussed plans include critical information infrastructure plans, disaster recovery plans, information system contingency plans, business continuity plans and continuity of operations plans. The content of each plan is explained. A layered business continuity and disaster recovery model is proposed, which consolidates all plans in a coherent manner. Relationships, similarities and differences among each pair of plans are discussed, and the longitudinal validity and applicability of plans are presented.
      Citation: Continuity & Resilience Review
      PubDate: 2022-08-24
      DOI: 10.1108/CRR-05-2022-0008
      Issue No: Vol. 4 , No. 3 (2022)
       
  • Strategizing for innovative work behavior in higher education
           institutions: the role of creative self-efficacy

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      Authors: Rehema Namono , Peter Wanyama Obanda , Dan Ayebale , Emmanuel Isiagi , Gorden Wofuma
      Abstract: Scholars have emphasized the antecedent role of personal factors such as creative self-efficacy (CSE) in enhancing innovative behavior in work settings. Existent studies have revealed that individuals with high CSE have the cognitive ability to resiliently exhibit innovative work behavior (IWB). Little is however known as regards the influence of CSE on innovative work behavior in service settings, more so in developing countries. This study sought to establish the antecedent role of CSE on IWB as a multistage process comprising creativity and IWB. The research adopted a cross-sectional research design to establish the hypothetical influence of CSE on innovative work behavior and collected data at one point in time. The researchers used regression analysis to establish the influence of CSE on IWB using a sample of teaching staff selected from Ugandan public Universities. The findings reveal that CSE has a significant effect on creativity as the first step in the innovation process. The results further revealed that CSE has a statistically significant influence on IWB. The researchers collected data from public Universities, and the application of the findings may fall short when applied to a setting of private universities. Therefore, future research can consider a setting of private universities to replicate the current study findings. The study was cross-sectional, and yet employees' CSE and innovation behavior may change over time. This study opens grounds for longitudinal research in the same research area. The study shapes direction for practicing managers to resiliently strategize for enhancing creative self-efficacy of employees to promote IWB. Specifically, our study indicates that organizations must enhance positive organizational behavior like CSE to enhance employees' ability to resiliently overcome the fear of uncertainty associated with innovation. While devising the intervention strategies geared towards enhancing CSE, organizations need to consider the stage of IWB required whether at creativity or innovation stage of the innovative behavior. This research is empirically and theoretically valuable. This is an original study to establish a direct causal influence of CSE on creativity and IWB using a sample drawn from public Universities in the context of a developing Country. Theoretically, the study expands on the applicability of the social cognitive theory (SCT) by revealing that the influence of an individual's personality characteristics like CSE varies with the stage of IWB because the tasks involved in the various types of IWB differ and thus the magnitude of influence varies.
      Citation: Continuity & Resilience Review
      PubDate: 2022-08-23
      DOI: 10.1108/CRR-03-2022-0005
      Issue No: Vol. 4 , No. 3 (2022)
       
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