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Identification and prioritization of critical success factors in faith-based and non-faith-based organizations’ humanitarian supply chain

机译:在基于信仰和基于非信仰的组织的人道主义供应链中,确定关键成功因素并对其进行优先级排序

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Abstract In the last few decades, an exponential increase in the number of disasters, and their complexity has been reported, which ultimately put much pressure on relief organizations. These organizations cannot usually respond to the disaster on their own, and therefore, all actors involved in relief efforts should have end-to-end synchronization in order to provide relief effectively and efficiently. Consequently, to smoothen the flow of relief operation, a shared understanding of critical success factors in humanitarian supply chain serves as a pre-requisite for successful relief operation. Therefore, any member of the humanitarian supply chain might disrupt this synchronization by neglecting one or several of these critical success factors. However, in this study, we try to investigate how faith-based and non-faith-based relief organizations treat these critical success factors. Moreover, we also try to identify any differences between Islamic and Christian relief organizations in identifying and prioritizing these factors. To achieve the objective of this study, we used a two-stage approach; in the first stage, we collected the critical success factors from existing humanitarian literature. Whereas, in the second stage, using an online questionnaire, we collected data on the importance of selected factors from humanitarian relief organizations from around the world in collaboration with World Association of Non-Governmental Organizations (WANGO). Later, responses were analyzed to answer the research questions using non-parametric Binomial and Wilcoxon Rank-Sum tests. Test results indicate that for RQ1, two but all factors are significant for successful relief operation. For RQ2, we found significant differences for some CSF among faith-based and non-faith-based relief organizations. Similarly for RQ3, we found significant differences for some CSF among Islamic and Christian relief organizations.
机译:摘要在过去的几十年中,据报道灾难数量呈指数级增长,而且其复杂性最终给救济组织带来了巨大压力。这些组织通常无法独自应对灾难,因此,参与救灾工作的所有参与者都应具有端到端同步,以便有效地提供救灾。因此,为使救济行动顺畅,对人道主义供应链中关键成功因素的共同理解是成功开展救济行动的先决条件。因此,人道主义供应链的任何成员都可能忽略这些关键成功因素中的一个或几个,从而破坏这种同步。但是,在本研究中,我们尝试研究基于信仰和基于非信仰的救济组织如何处理这些关键的成功因素。此外,我们还试图找出伊斯兰和基督教救济组织在确定这些因素并确定优先次序方面的任何差异。为了达到本研究的目的,我们采用了两个阶段的方法。在第一阶段,我们从现有的人道主义文献中收集了关键的成功因素。而在第二阶段,我们与世界非政府组织协会(WANGO)合作,使用在线问卷调查从世界各地的人道主义救济组织收集了有关选定因素重要性的数据。随后,使用非参数二项式和Wilcoxon秩和检验分析了回答,以回答研究问题。测试结果表明,对于RQ1,有两个但所有因素对于成功的救援行动都至关重要。对于RQ2,我们发现基于信仰的救济组织和基于非信仰的救济组织之间的某些CSF存在显着差异。同样,对于RQ3,我们发现伊斯兰和基督教救济组织之间的某些CSF存在显着差异。

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