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UDNNSC 2021 : Understanding the Dynamics of New Normal for Supply Chains


When Dec 9, 2020 - Jan 30, 2021
Where US
Submission Deadline Jan 20, 2021

Call For Papers

CALL for Book Chapters

This Book proposes and investigates the impact of Post COVID Opportunities and Challenges by Understanding the Dynamics of New Normal for Supply Chain with the global procurement of supply chain management and its exposure to potential gaps and vulnerabilities. Also, every nation tries to get back into action by taking active measures within a short period through the aftermath of the pandemics. To effectively address this concern, especially in the trait of global supply chain management, it is now becoming the time to change regulatory frameworks that drives the global economy. The supply chain after the pandemics is not sustainable, and it may subject to numerous transformations. Every entity in the context of the supply chain may experience severe regulatory changes as implementing standard sanitization protocols, enhancing transportation facilities, exploring the innovations in product development & distribution strategies by meeting with demands of human resources are highly crucial. These consequences would not only result in increased management costs but also inhibits the overall growth rate of an organization. Hence, it is a sure thing that the post-COVID situation may result in enormous change across the supply chain environment, ranges from planning to execution measures. This book chapter aims to explore various dynamics of the new normal concerning supply chain management for the post-COVID situation. It also addresses as a stimulant for the industries to re-frame their possible strategies on supply chain management. Meanwhile, it requires immediate actions to respond to the unplanned challenges both from an organization as well as the end-user point of view. Hence, with an exploration of the new normal of the supply chain, this book reduces the risk of lesser marginal profits, disrupted supply chain management, and potential points of business failure. Which potentially empowers business firms with sustainable developments and enhancements. Further, this book follows the didactic approach through which it instructs the global enterprises to deal with the most significant insights on future supply chain with a more in-depth analysis of post-COVID opportunities and challenges. Enabling the firms to be aware of the economic transformation and sustainability both in the present as well as the future. It acts as an initiative to the readers so that they efficiently understand the risks, opportunities, and challenges concerning the pandemic situation and act as a key driver to industry professionals and enterprise firms in business management.


 Key concepts, theories, and models of supply chain management
 COVID-19 and its impact on the supply chain management
 Potential threats and future directions of pre and post-COVID situation
 Supply chain planning and sourcing
 Demand and supply planning
 Effective planning measures to restore the broken supply chain
 Global scenario planning and its significances with risk factors
 Educating Employees on COVID-19 symptoms and regulatory measures
 Effective ways to practice social hygiene and social distancing within the
 Preparation for dynamic market demands and requirements
 Limitations to non-essential travel and promoting a safer work environment
 Impact of cash flow & product development
 Safer modes of product delivery and opportunities
 Human resource planning & management activities
 Supplier risk and mitigation activities
 Effective alternatives to traditional supply chain practices
 Innovations in inventory policy management and compliances
 Secure logistic planning and preventive measures
 Impact of digital technologies in supply chain management
 Advances in information and communication technology to enhance the impact of
post- COVID in an efficient way
 Economic sustainability after pandemics
 Global economy and supply chain restoration measures
 Innovations & technology to restore supply chain
 Effective ways to understand market demands and customer requirements
 Demand supply-synchronization strategy for the post-COVID situation
 Potential technological shifts in the supply chain and its effective measures
 Evaluating traditional supply chain vs advanced supply chain protocols
 Risk management strategies for supply chain and global transformations
 Opportunity assessment & new regulatory policy measures
 Supply chain planning & forecasting in terms of pandemic situations
 Broken supply chain & effective measures to restart the economy
 Innovations in technology and rapid transformations
 Direct & indirect procurements of supply chain after pandemics
 Digital procurement transformations
 Inventory optimization & broken supply chain management

Important Dates

Proposal Submission Deadline: January 20, 2021
Full chapter Submission : May 10, 2021
Revised Chapter Submission from Chapter Authors : June 30, 2021
Final Acceptance Notifications to Chapter Authors: August 05, 2021
Submission of Final Chapters to Editor: August 31, 2021

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