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Dr Marcelo Martins Sa

Assistant Professor

Department: Newcastle Business School

Marcelo Martins Sa

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  • The role of collaboration in reducing quality variability in Brazilian breweries, Prim, A., Sarma, V., de Sá, M. 10 Sep 2023, In: Production Planning & Control
  • With major risks comes great resilience: the COVID-19 effect on SMEs in a developing country, Martins Sa, M., Prim, A., Birou, L. 1 Jun 2023, In: Operations Management Research
  • One size does not fit all: agri-food supply chain resilience in small and medium enterprises, Martins Sa, M., Gadema, Z., Shokri, A., Noorizadegan, M., Gonul, M. 2022, 29th International EurOMA conference
  • Supply chain resilience: the whole is not the sum of the parts, Martins Sa, M., de Souza Miguel, P., de Brito, R., Farias Pereira, S. 17 Apr 2019, In: International Journal of Operations and Production Management

Peter Hewes Avoiding the Inevitable: Adopting intelligent IT supply chain management to futureproof public sector IT operations. Start Date: 01/10/2022

Operations Management PhD May 01 2017

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