Covid-19 and motel supply-chain resilience

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Umar, M.
Ahmad, Rizwan
Radics, R.
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2021-12
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New Zealand
hotels
motels
supply chain management
hospitality industry
COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020-
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Umar, M., Ahmad, R., & Radics, R. (2021, December). Covid-19 and motel supply-chain resilience. Paper presented at the MIT/Unitec Research Symposium - Rangahau Horonuku Hou - New Research Landscapes, Unitec, Auckland.
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RESEARCH OBJECTIVES 1. What are the major supply chain coordination and bottleneck issues in hotel supply chains? 2. Understanding response and recovery strategies with supply chain resilience -agility, adaptability and alignment. Scope of this study: Hotels are important nodes •Accommodation to the customers •Sub networks within larger tourism supply network (Al-Aomar& Hussain, 2017; Fredendall & Hill, 2000) •Critical node in the case of Covid-19
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