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Organizations are expected to contribute to a more sustainable future while improving operational efficiency and reducing costs. It is important to continuously assess and refine sustainability efforts from operations research to adapt to evolving environmental and social challenges.
Unveiling the Link: Social Scrutiny, Supply Chain Social Strategies, and Firm Environmental Performance - Jeff Shockley, Virginia Commonwealth University; Xiaojin Liu, Virginia Commonwealth University; Jeff Smith, Virginia Commonwealth University; Jayanth Jayaram, University of Oklahoma
Improving E-retailer Order Fulfillment Processes: Packing Boxes Better To Reduce Shipping Costs - Qilong Zhu, Texas A&M University; Gregory Heim, Texas A&M University; Yunxia Zhu, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Chelliah Sriskandarajah, Mays Business School, Texas A&M University
Enhancing Resilience in High Customer Contact Services: A Case Study of Restaurants in the Post-COVID Era - Hongli Ye, Clemson University; Aleda Roth, Clemson University
The Degree of Similarity in Environmental Sustainability between Suppliers and Buyers: Is it Good for Suppliers? - Kwanheui Cheon, the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley; Hale Kaynak, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley; Amelia Carr, Bowling Green State University