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Examining the impact of e-leadership on strategic innovation at work: a moderated-mediation model (2024)
Journal Article
Hassan, Y., Pandey, J., Majumdarr, S., Pereira, V., Behl, A., & Bazal-Shoham, O. (2024). Examining the impact of e-leadership on strategic innovation at work: a moderated-mediation model. Journal of Technology Transfer, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10961-024-10108-3

This research investigates the relationship between e-leadership and strategic innovations in the workplace. It proposes a moderated mediation model that examines inter-team coordi-nation's mediating role and knowledge integration capability's modera... Read More about Examining the impact of e-leadership on strategic innovation at work: a moderated-mediation model.

Immersive Situational Analysis Method Based on Generalized Augmented Grid Statistic (2024)
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Zhang, Y., Shan, G., Zuopeng Zhang, J., Behl, A., & Tian, D. (2024). Immersive Situational Analysis Method Based on Generalized Augmented Grid Statistic. Applied Soft Computing, 162, Article 111651. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.asoc.2024.111651

The governance of Virtual-Reality Integration, which seamlessly merges the virtual world (metaverse) with the physical reality, represents an emerging approach to addressing perception and comprehension challenges in complex computational environment... Read More about Immersive Situational Analysis Method Based on Generalized Augmented Grid Statistic.

Guest editorial overview: “dark side of online communities” (2024)
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Behl, A., Gupta, M., & Zhang, J. (2024). Guest editorial overview: “dark side of online communities”. Information Systems and E-Business Management, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10257-024-00671-5

Online Communities have been growing with increasing intervention of social media. The digital natives have also gradually started to spend a fairly large time on the internet and their contributions have grown significantly in shaping discussions an... Read More about Guest editorial overview: “dark side of online communities”.

An analysis of the inhibitors of resilience in the global value chains of multinational enterprises (2024)
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Sindhwani, R., Behl, A., Pereira, V., Temouri, Y., & Bagchi, S. (2024). An analysis of the inhibitors of resilience in the global value chains of multinational enterprises. Management Decision, https://doi.org/10.1108/MD-09-2023-1684

Purpose The COVID-19 pandemic has showcased the lack of resilience found in the global value chains (GVCs) of multinational enterprises (MNEs). Existing evidence shows that MNEs have only recently and slowly started recovering and attempting to rebu... Read More about An analysis of the inhibitors of resilience in the global value chains of multinational enterprises.

Blockchain technology adaptation and organizational inertia: moderating role between knowledge management processes and supply chain resilience (2024)
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Hu, L., Zhou, J., Zuopeng Zhang, J., & Behl, A. (2024). Blockchain technology adaptation and organizational inertia: moderating role between knowledge management processes and supply chain resilience. Kybernetes, https://doi.org/10.1108/K-12-2022-1661

Purpose Supply chain resilience and knowledge management (KM) processes have received increasing attention from researchers and practitioners. Nevertheless, previous studies often treat the two streams of literature independently. Drawing on the kno... Read More about Blockchain technology adaptation and organizational inertia: moderating role between knowledge management processes and supply chain resilience.

Those ‘funny’ internet memes: a study of misinformation retransmission and vaccine hesitancy (2024)
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Kapoor, P., & Behl, A. (2024). Those ‘funny’ internet memes: a study of misinformation retransmission and vaccine hesitancy. Behaviour and Information Technology, https://doi.org/10.1080/0144929X.2024.2303582

Vocal vaccine opposition and hesitancy due to social media-based misinformation is a global threat to public health. This research seeks to investigate the influence of internet memes on misinformation retransmission in the context of COVID-19 vaccin... Read More about Those ‘funny’ internet memes: a study of misinformation retransmission and vaccine hesitancy.

Negative brand news, social media, and the propensity to doomscrolling: measuring and validating a new scale (2024)
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Mandliya, A., Pandey, J., Hassan, Y., Behl, A., & Alessio, I. (2024). Negative brand news, social media, and the propensity to doomscrolling: measuring and validating a new scale. International Studies of Management and Organization, 54(2), https://doi.org/10.1080/00208825.2023.2301219

Negative media coverage can have a significant impact on businesses and society. For instance, depressing news about the unethical features or harmful effects of a product or a service (e.g., Maggi’s lead issue) can significantly impact their brand i... Read More about Negative brand news, social media, and the propensity to doomscrolling: measuring and validating a new scale.

Exploring enablers and inhibitors of AI‐enabled drones for manufacturing process audits: A mixed‐method approach (2024)
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Shankar, A., Behl, A., Pereira, V., Chavan, M., & Chirico, F. (2024). Exploring enablers and inhibitors of AI‐enabled drones for manufacturing process audits: A mixed‐method approach. Business Strategy and the Environment, https://doi.org/10.1002/bse.3679

The objective of this study is to explore the enablers and inhibitors of AI-enabled drone adoption for manufacturing process audit using a mixed-method design. A qualitative study was performed to explore the enablers and inhibitors. Further, based o... Read More about Exploring enablers and inhibitors of AI‐enabled drones for manufacturing process audits: A mixed‐method approach.

Linking experimental culture, improvisation capability and firm’s performance: a theoretical view (2023)
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Liao, Z., Huang, C., Yu, Y., (Simon) Xiao, S., Zuopeng Zhang, J., Behl, A., …Ishizaka, A. (2023). Linking experimental culture, improvisation capability and firm’s performance: a theoretical view. Journal of Knowledge Management, 27(10), 2671-2685. https://doi.org/10.1108/JKM-07-2022-0506

Purpose This study aims to investigate the causal relationships within an experimental culture of improvisation capability and firm performance, following the logic of “culture-capability-performance” and building on informal institution theory and... Read More about Linking experimental culture, improvisation capability and firm’s performance: a theoretical view.

Can gamification help green supply chain management firms achieve sustainable results in servitized ecosystem? An empirical investigation (2023)
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Behl, A., Sampat, B., Gaur, J., Pereira, V., Laker, B., Shankar, A., …Roohanifar, M. (2024). Can gamification help green supply chain management firms achieve sustainable results in servitized ecosystem? An empirical investigation. Technovation, 129, Article 102915. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.technovation.2023.102915

This study investigates gamification's role in promoting sustainable green supply chain management practices (GSCMP), examining what no study has before. The theoretical lens of self-determination and goal-setting enabled the design of a systematic q... Read More about Can gamification help green supply chain management firms achieve sustainable results in servitized ecosystem? An empirical investigation.

Examining the failure of gamification in implementing innovation from the perspective of problematization in the retail sectors of emerging economies (2023)
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Behl, A., Jayawardena, N., Bhardwaj, S., Pereira, V., del Giudice, M., & Zhang, J. (2024). Examining the failure of gamification in implementing innovation from the perspective of problematization in the retail sectors of emerging economies. Technovation, 129, Article 102902. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.technovation.2023.102902

Gamification is a strategy, methodology, or activity that has picked up pace over time and has been successfully deployed in organizations. Despite massive efforts to capture the success of the deployment of gamification in implementing innovation, i... Read More about Examining the failure of gamification in implementing innovation from the perspective of problematization in the retail sectors of emerging economies.

Lights, Camera, Metaverse! (2023)
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Kumar, A., Shankar, A., Behl, A., Gupta, B. B., & Mavuri, S. (2023). Lights, Camera, Metaverse!. Journal of Global Information Management, 31(8), 1-20. https://doi.org/10.4018/JGIM.333169

This study investigates organizations' intention to use the industrial metaverse. The unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT) is used as an underpinning theory to examine the impact of performance expectancy, effort expectancy, soc... Read More about Lights, Camera, Metaverse!.

Exploring the inhibitors for competitive AI software development through cloud driven transformation (2023)
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Hasteer, N., Sindhwani, R., Behl, A., Varshney, A., & Sharma, A. (2023). Exploring the inhibitors for competitive AI software development through cloud driven transformation. Annals of Operations Research, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10479-023-05619-5

COVID-19 has compelled every sector to shift towards virtualizing, and to curb the spread of this deadly virus, technologies like cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and IoT have played a vital role. Cloud-based crowdsourcing is a sourcing meth... Read More about Exploring the inhibitors for competitive AI software development through cloud driven transformation.

Modelling the interrelationships of critical success factors of humanitarian supply chain: an intuitionistic fuzzy DEMATEL approach (2023)
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Choudhary, S., Kumar Panda, T., & Behl, A. (2023). Modelling the interrelationships of critical success factors of humanitarian supply chain: an intuitionistic fuzzy DEMATEL approach. Benchmarking, https://doi.org/10.1108/BIJ-02-2023-0080

Purpose Amid increasing frequency of disaster across the globe, humanitarian supply chain (HSC) has gained significant attention in recent times. This work aims to contribute towards improving the decision-making capabilities of relief organisations... Read More about Modelling the interrelationships of critical success factors of humanitarian supply chain: an intuitionistic fuzzy DEMATEL approach.

Analysis of sustainable supply chain and industry 4.0 enablers: a step towards decarbonization of supply chains (2023)
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Sindhwani, R., Hasteer, N., Behl, A., Chatterjee, C., & Hamzi, L. (2023). Analysis of sustainable supply chain and industry 4.0 enablers: a step towards decarbonization of supply chains. Annals of Operations Research, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10479-023-05598-7

As greenhouse gas emissions continue to be on the rise in our atmosphere, the urge to combat the same has become the need of the hour. This need continues to be advocated by organizations globally, with initiatives such as the Paris Agreement underta... Read More about Analysis of sustainable supply chain and industry 4.0 enablers: a step towards decarbonization of supply chains.

The Role of Entrepreneurship in Successfully Achieving Circular Supply Chain Management (2023)
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Tiep Le, T., Behl, A., & Graham, G. (2023). The Role of Entrepreneurship in Successfully Achieving Circular Supply Chain Management. Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management, 24, Article 537–561. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40171-023-00353-0

The notion of circular supply chain management (CSCM) is increasingly attracting the attention of academia, practitioners, and other stakeholders. It entails putting circular economy policies into place across the whole supply chain and supporting th... Read More about The Role of Entrepreneurship in Successfully Achieving Circular Supply Chain Management.

Organisational and regulatory strategies to combat false news circulation on social media (2023)
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Jayawardena, N. S., Quach, S., Thaichon, P., Ross, M., Weaven, S., & Behl, A. (2023). Organisational and regulatory strategies to combat false news circulation on social media. Journal of Strategic Marketing, https://doi.org/10.1080/0965254X.2023.2253815

False news has the ability to cause financial harm to organizations by having a negative impact on the consumer purchasing decisions. This paper explores useful organizational and regulatory strategies in response to false news circulated through soc... Read More about Organisational and regulatory strategies to combat false news circulation on social media.

Understanding senior citizens’ intentions to use virtual reality for religious tourism in India: a behavioural reasoning theory perspective (2023)
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Raj, S., Sampat, B., Behl, A., & Jain, K. (2023). Understanding senior citizens’ intentions to use virtual reality for religious tourism in India: a behavioural reasoning theory perspective. Tourism Recreation Research, 48(6), 983-999. https://doi.org/10.1080/02508281.2023.2246735

The study uses a multi-theoretical approach and the three behavioural theories of Behavioural Reasoning Theory (BRT), Self-Determination Theory (SDT), and Innovation Resistance Theory (IRT) to analyze the motivation of senior citizens to use Virtual... Read More about Understanding senior citizens’ intentions to use virtual reality for religious tourism in India: a behavioural reasoning theory perspective.