Dr. Surajit Bag
Dr. Surajit Bag
Associate Professor of Practice, Department of Transport and SCM, University of Johannesburg
Verified email at uj.ac.za
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Industry 4.0 implementation for multinationals
A Telukdarie, E Buhulaiga, S Bag, S Gupta, Z Luo
Process Safety and Environmental Protection 118, 316-329, 2018
972018
Green purchasing is key to superior performance: an empirical study
R Dubey, S Bag, SS Ali, VG Venkatesh
International Journal of Procurement Management 6 (2), 187-210, 2013
852013
Industry 4.0 and Supply Chain Sustainability: Framework and Future Research Directions
S Bag, A Telukdarie, JHC Pretorius, S Gupta
Benchmarking: An International Journal, 2018
722018
Procurement 4.0 and its implications on business process performance in a circular economy
S Bag, LC Wood, SK Mangla, S Luthra
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 152, 104502, 2020
672020
Big data analytics as an operational excellence approach to enhance sustainable supply chain performance
S Bag, LC Wood, L Xu, P Dhamija, Y Kayikci
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 153, 104559, 2020
662020
Building Theory of Green Supply Chain Management using Total Interpretive Structural Modeling (TISM)
R Dubey, A Gunasekaran, SF Wamba, S Bag
IFAC-PapersOnLine 48 (3), 1688–1694, 2015
522015
Green supply chain practices and its impact on organisational performance: an insight from Indian rubber industry
R Dubey, S Bag, SS Ali
International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management 19 (1), 20-42, 2014
432014
Examining the Role of Dynamic Remanufacturing Capability and Supply Chain Resilience in the Circular Economy
S Bag, S Gupta, C Foropon
Management Decision 57 (4), 2019
412019
Measuring of Job Satisfaction: The Use of Quality of Work Life Factors
P Dhamija, S Gupta, S Bag
Benchmarking: An International Journal 26 (3), 870-892, 2019
412019
Green strategy, Supplier Relationship building and Supply chain performance: Total Interpretive Structural Modeling approach
S Bag
International Journal of Procurement Management 9 (4), 398-426, 2016
392016
Systematic literature review of project failures: Current trends and scope for future research
SK Gupta, A Gunasekaran, J Antony, S Gupta, S Bag, D Roubaud
Computers & Industrial Engineering 127, 274-285, 2019
372019
Modeling Green Supply Chain Management framework using ISM and MICMAC analysis
S Bag, N Anand
African Journal of Business Managment 8 (22), 1053-1065, 2014
362014
Modeling Barriers of Sustainable Supply Chain Network Design using Interpretive structural modeling: An insight from Food Processing Sector in India
S Bag, N Anand
International Journal of Automation and Logistics 1 (3), 234-254, 2015
332015
Exploring the Dimensions of Sustainable Practices: An Empirical Study on Indian Manufacturing Firms
R Dubey, S Bag
International Journal of Operation and Quantitative Management 19 (2), 101-123, 2013
292013
Industry 4.0 adoption and 10R advance manufacturing capabilities for sustainable development
S Bag, S Gupta, S Kumar
International Journal of Production Economics 231, 2021
282021
Leveraging Smart Supply Chain and Information System Agility for Supply Chain Flexibility: An Organizational Information Processing Theory Perspective
S Gupta, VA Drave, S Bag, Z Luo
Information Systems Frontiers, 2019
282019
Antecedents of Sustainable Innovation in Supplier Networks: A South African Experience
S Bag, S Gupta
Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management 18 (3), 231-250, 2017
242017
Relationships between Industry 4.0, Sustainable Manufacturing and Circular Economy: Proposal of a Research Framework
S Bag, JHC Pretorius
International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 2020
232020
Big Data and Predictive Analysis is key to superior Supply Chain Performance: A South African experience
S Bag
International Journal of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management …, 2017
222017
Flexible Procurement Systems is key to Supply Chain Sustainability
S Bag
Journal of Transport and Supply Chain Management 10 (1), 2016
212016
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