The quarterly Lehigh Business Supply Chain Risk Management Index, or LRMI for short, is a valuable new tool that allows supply chain managers to focus on the most critical risks for the upcoming quarter. Zach G. Zacharia explains.
This is Charlie Stevens' research published in the Strategic Management Journal. The paper is called: "Avoid, acquiesce … or engage? New insights from sub-Saharan Africa on multinational enterprises' strategies for managing corruption" by Charles E. Stevens, Lehigh University and Aloysius Newenham-Kahindi, University of Victoria.
Leading banking institutions faced extraordinary challenges as soon as the COVID-19 pandemic started to spread globally and in the U.S.
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Lehigh University’s College of Business associate professor Zach Zacharia talks about how supply chains are being affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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