Maciel Queiroz

Maciel Queiroz
Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo da Fundação Getulio Vargas | FGV-EAESP · Industrial Production and Operations Administration

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Introduction
Maciel M. Queiroz is a Ph.D. in Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering (University of Sao Paulo/Brazil). Currently, he is Professor and Researcher at FGV EAESP. His research interests include Digital transformation in supply chains, digital supply chain capabilities (Metaverse, BDA. IoT, AI, Blockchain etc). Methods and techniques: Empirical research (surveys, experiments, case study, mixed-methods, PLS-SEM and multivariate analysis).
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March 2019 - June 2022
Universidade Paulista
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  • Dr Maciel M. Queiroz is a Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management in the Business Management Department at Paulista University (UNIP), Brazil.

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Publications (84)
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The adoption of technologies by the operations and supply chain management (OSCM) field is leading to extraordinary disruptions. And with the rapid emergence of cutting-edge and more disruptive technologies, the OSCM is striving to take advantage of such innovations, but they are bringing in their wake a number of challenges. One of those disruptiv...
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The emergence of Industry 4.0 has brought in its wake an important number of challenges and opportunities for organisations across the globe. To cope with such a fast-changing environment, organisations have been steadily implementing different types of technologies, and at different stages. One of the most disruptive and promising technology is bl...
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With the emergence of information and communication technologies, organizations worldwide have been putting in meaningful efforts towards developing and gaining business insights by combining technology capability, management capability and personnel capability to explore data potential, which is known as big data analytics (BDA) capability. In thi...
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Artificial intelligence (AI) may be one of the most disruptive technologies of the 21st century, with the potential to transform every aspect of society. Preparing for a “good AI society” has become a hot topic, with growing public and scientific interest in the principles, policies, incentives, and ethical frameworks necessary for society to enjoy...
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In the global supply chains era, firms are more connected, integrated, and interdependent, bringing along a set of benefits and a number of risks. It is clear that the singular COVID-19 epidemic outbreak has led to unparalleled disruptions and considerable challenges for supply chains (SCs). For example, the sluggish economic environment provoked b...
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This study employs a structured literature analysis considering Industry 4.0 technologies and their adoption stages (intention, adoption, implementation, routinization, continuance, and diffusion). We identify the technology adoption stage for each technology type, which in turn supports a maturity level categorization, as well as future research s...
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Financial inclusion is a vital development priority for countries worldwide. Mobile wallet (m-wallet) is considered as a disruptive payment method that will substitute the traditional physical wallet to achieve the so-called cashless society and enables financial inclusion. This study aims at developing and testing a research model that integrates...
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The book provides the key technologies involved in an organization’s digital transformation. It offers a deep understanding of the key technologies (Blockchain, AI, Big Data, IoT, etc.) involved and details the impact, the decision-making process, and the interplay between technologies, business models, and operations. Managing the Digital Transfo...
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The metaverse has the potential to extend the physical world using augmented and virtual reality technologies allowing users to seamlessly interact within real and simulated environments using avatars and holograms. Virtual environments and immersive games (such as, Second Life, Fortnite, Roblox and VRChat) have been described as antecedents of the...
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Purpose Peace engineering and compassionate operations can unlock the potential of emerging technologies for social good. This work aims to investigate the integration of peace engineering and compassionate operations by proposing an integrative framework and identifying the main drivers regarding social good, considering the Sustainable Developmen...
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Research extends in all directions regarding the usage of blockchain technology in operations, logistics, and supply chain management. However, little is known about the role of blockchain in mitigating the risk of specific supply chain disruptions. Therefore, this paper investigates which disruptions in the supply chain can be mitigated through bl...
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Purpose This paper aims to investigate the influence of trust on adopting and implementing blockchain technology in higher education institutions (HEIs) in Brazil. Design/methodology/approach This study uses an exploratory qualitative approach to understand the construct of trust in the context of the educational sector. Data were collected throug...
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Several studies in the literature have already analyzed the role of adopting technologies in road freight transportation, encompassing mainly information and communication technologies (ICTs) and intelligent transportation systems (ITSs). However, to the best of the authors’ knowledge, no studies have sought to identify technology-enabled capabilit...
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Purpose This paper aims to investigate factors that induce entrepreneurial orientation (EO), i.e. what influences the manifestation of its fundamental attributes (innovativeness, proactiveness and risk-taking). Design/methodology/approach This study focuses on religious entrepreneurship in an emerging economy, employing a single case study approac...
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This Special Issue aims to explore the finest and recent advances of AI features, technologies, their integration with other leading-edge technologies, the challenges, and benefits, considering complex and unpredictable environmental events (e.g., pandemic outbreaks, humanitarian crisis, natural disasters, etc.), taking into account the resilience...
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The COVID-19 pandemic caused significant disruptions to global operations and supply chains. While the huge impact of the pandemic has nurtured important literature over the last couple of years, little is being said about the role of resource orchestration in supporting resilience in highly disruptive contexts. Thus, this study aims to this knowle...
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Purpose Despite the increase in female entrepreneurship literature, very few studies exist that systematize the extant literature, especially in emerging and developing countries. This article fills part of this gap; it maps, categorizes and groups the objectives, theoretical approaches and research methods on female entrepreneurship conducted in o...
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With the emergence of the digital age, firms and supply chains are experimenting with opportunities and challenges to reshape their business models. With blockchain, a highly disruptive cutting-edge technology based on decentralized models, the efficiency of the operations and the transparency and security of the transactions can be leveraged signi...
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Digitalization of the supply chain (SC) has received plenty of attention from practitioners and researchers in recent years to address the challenges of the business environment and assist firms in achieving a circular SC. Implementing circularity in business operations is a practice of achieving sustainability which is of utmost significance for a...
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This special issue aims to explore the interplay between digital transformation, resilience, and the role of the capabilities, considering the organizations and supply chains levels. This topic is highly relevant for practitioners and scholars to understand how this interaction can contribute to organizations and their supply chains responding the...
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Purpose Although the advances in the supply chain resilience (SCR) literature, there is a critical gap concerning this understanding in a high disruption context, such as in the case of the COVID-19. This paper aims to investigate some dimensions (agility, robustness, disruption orientation and resource reconfiguration) of the SCR during this unpre...
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With increasing digitization, private organizations have started adopting modern technology to improve the effectiveness and transparency of their system. In countries like India, where most public services are under government control, technology adoption is nascent due to various obstacles. The study considered artificial intelligence (AI) the mo...
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The world is witnessing an unprecedented upheaval in global operations and supply chains (Azadegan & Dooley, 2021; Scholten et al., 2020). Increasingly occurring natural disasters and the COVID-19 pandemic have plunged organisations into a state of emergency, with many fighting for their very survival (Ivanov, 2020; Queiroz et al., 2020; Schleper e...
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) offers a promising solution for building and promoting more resilient supply chains. However, the literature is highly dispersed regarding the application of AI in supply-chain management. The literature to date lacks a decision-making framework for identifying and applying powerful AI techniques to build supply-chain r...
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Financial inclusion is a vital development priority for countries worldwide. Mobile wallet (m-wallet) is considered as a disruptive payment method that will substitute the traditional physical wallet to achieve the so-called cashless society and enables financial inclusion. This study aims at developing and testing a research model that integrates...
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In recent years, emerging technologies have gained popularity and being implemented in different fields. Thus, critical leading-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence and other related technologies (blockchain, simulation, 3d printing, etc.) are transforming the operations and other traditional fields and proving their value in fighting...
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The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic created catastrophic failure on global supply chains, particularly its impact on the food supply chain left havoc across the globe. The objective of this study is to understand the challenges imposed by the pandemic to the agricultural supply chain in the context of the Indian subcontinent and also analyse the va...
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Purpose This study aims to identify and analyze how Internet of things (IoT) technology affects supply chain management (SCM) performance. Design/methodology/approach A systematic literature review was conducted (using Scopus, JSTOR, Emerald, ProQuest, Science Direct and Web of Science) covering a 20-year timeframe (2000–2020). Out of 2,572 papers...
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Purpose This article aims to model the challenges of implementing artificial intelligence and machine earning (AI-ML) for moderating the impacts of COVID-19, considering the agricultural supply chain (ASC) in the Indian context. Design/methodology/approach 20 critical challenges were modeled based on a comprehensive literature review and consultat...
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With the unparallel advance of leading-edge technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), the healthcare systems are transforming and shifting for more digital health. In recent years, scientific productions have reached unprecedented levels. However, a holistic view of how AI is being used for digital health remains scarce. Besides, there is a c...
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This editorial aims to present the papers accepted for the special issue (SI) 'Industry experiences of Artificial Intelligence (AI): benefits and challenges in operations and supply chain management.' First, we provide a brief introduction considering the relationship between AI and operations and supply chain management (OSCM) by highlighting some...
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The digital age has given rise to disruptions in practically all business models, as well as for collaborative networks perspective, especially by employing blockchain technology, which is considered disruptive and cutting-edge technology. One of the blockchain's key characteristics is related to a decentralized model that a central intermediary is...
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Purpose This paper investigates if and how entrepreneurs' social capital influences their individual entrepreneurial orientation attributes (innovativeness, proactiveness, and risk-taking). Design/methodology/approach The research method adopted is an exploratory multiple case study. The case chosen is that of an emerging and under-examined entrep...
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The literature concerning supply chain management (SCM) and blockchain integration is scarce, and organizations and decision makers still have a limited knowledge about blockchain solution diffusion in SCM. Under these circumstances, studies aimed to improving the understanding of the main blockchain diffusion factors are fundamental. This chapter...
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The mobile payment literature has grown significantly in recent years. It has the power to improve transaction agility, as it also provides financial inclusion of the people, especially in emerging economies. One of the primary modality is the mobile wallet (m-wallet). The literature concerning m-wallet is in its initial stage; most of the studies...
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This work proposes and empirically tests a new framework for evaluating the relationship between stakeholder pressures, the adoption of low-carbon operations practices and firms’ carbon performance. It seeks to expand upon stakeholder theory and the natural-resource-based view (NRBV) to understand further the role of operations management in a low-...
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This Workshop aims to invite scholars, researchers, practitioners, and managers to shed more light, unlock, and identify at the organizational, inter-organizational, and SCM levels, the dynamics in capture business value from AI and the Interplay with others emerging technologies, in terms of improved performance, innovative business models, improv...
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The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak shows that pandemics and epidemics can seriously wreak havoc on supply chains (SC) around the globe. Humanitarian logistics literature has extensively studied epidemic impacts; however, there exists a research gap in understanding of pandemic impacts in commercial SCs. To progress in this direction, we present a...
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Artificial intelligence (AI) is reshaping the organizations and society because of its pervasiveness capacity. AI refers to machines (robots, computers, etc.) making tasks that typically demand specific human intelligence. Moreover, AI with its sub-field 'Machine Learning' (ML) is the core of the new era of Data-oriented Manufacturing 4.0 of nowada...
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Special issue call for papers from International Journal of Operations & Production Management Emerging Technologies in Emergency Situations
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Blockchain technologies have captured the imagination of scholars, managers, and practitioners around the world. It is widely accepted by these actors that blockchain is not a buzzword, but a highly disruptive technology that is already remodeling the organizations and their supply chain business models. Despite the meaningful advance in the last y...
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The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak shows that pandemics and epidemics can seriously wreak havoc on supply chains (SC) around the globe. We present a systematic analysis of the impacts of epidemic outbreaks on SCs guided by a structured literature review that collated an unique set of publications. The literature review findings suggest that influe...
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The offshore support vessel (OSV) industry is essential to the successful exploration and production of oil and gas at sea. Understanding the factors that dictate this industry’s success is crucial and can indicate the actions that must be taken by industry players to survive in this market. Despite the Brazilian OSV industry being part of an exten...
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The logistics and supply chain management (SCM) field is experimenting with the integration of blockchain, a cutting-edge, and highly disruptive technology. Yet, blockchain is still nascent, and the extant literature on this technology is scarce, especially as regards the relationship between blockchain and SCM. Additionally, existing studies have...
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Industry 4.0 and its related-cutting edge technologies are generating unprecedented changes and bringing complex challenges in practically all types of business. In this context, new concepts such as digital connectivity, interconnection, and interoperability emerged as highly disruptive approaches for logistics systems and supply chain management...
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While the potential benefits of integrating digital technologies and supply chain management have been widely reported, less is known concerning the current state-of-the-art literature on big data-driven sustainable supply chains. Therefore, this study aims to systematise published studies which address the implications of big data for sustainable...
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Purpose Recent literature has highlighted the importance of quality and governance in supply networks. Usually, the relationships between the actors are complex, comprising both formal and informal interactions. Despite recent advances in quality and governance in supply networks, extant literature highlights the lack of quality in healthcare suppl...
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Purpose The Industry 4.0 phenomenon offers opportunities and challenges to all business models. Despite the literature advances in this field, little attention has been paid to the interplay of smart production systems (SPSs), big data analytics (BDA), cyber-physical systems (CPS), internet of things (IoT), and the potential business process manage...
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Artificial intelligence (AI) may be one of the most disruptive technologies of the 21st century, with the potential to transform every aspect of society. Preparing for a “good AI society” has become a hot topic, with growing public and scientific interest in the principles, policies, incentives, and ethical frameworks necessary for society to enjoy...
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Purpose The Industry 4.0 phenomenon is bringing unprecedented disruptions for all traditional business models and hastening the need for a redesign and digitisation of activities. In this context, the literature concerning the digital supply chain (DSC) and its capabilities are in the early stages. To bridge this gap, the purpose of this paper is t...
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Big data applications have been remodeling several business models and provoking strong radical transformations in supply chain management (SCM). Supported by the literature on big data, supply chain management, and the unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT), this study aims to evaluate the variables that influence the intention...
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Objective of the study: This study aims to investigate the characteristics of the networks of volleyball teams in Brazilian context, in amateur and professional level.Methodology/Approach: This research adopted an interpretive paradigm, in which six Brazilian volleyball teams were studied. The techniques of data collection were qualitative and enco...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to present a conceptual framework for performance measurement (PM) for the integration of supply chain management (SCM) and quality management (QM). Design/methodology/approach A systematic literature review on SCM and QM was conducted to develop key performance measures related to six areas of integration betw...
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Smart cities or intelligent cities have been gaining visibility and importance in recent years; not only in academia but also in the agendas of governments. Smart cities represent an important and disruptive interplay of cities’ infrastructure, technologies, and people. Advancements in information and communication technology (ICT) have been suppor...
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Track 5: AI and business We are seeking contributions to this track of the following types: full research papers, and research-in-progress papers. In addition, submissions employing empirical methods (e.g., surveys, in-depth cases, pilot studies, mixed methods, etc) are welcome. We encourage submissions but are not limited to the following topics...
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Sustainable supply chains (SSC) are an essential topic in emerging economies for achieving sustainable development. Because of their rapid economic growth, emerging economies are experiencing both sides of this development: the well‐being enhancement and the environmental impact. However, decision makers and practitioners do not have robust models...
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Purpose This paper aims to identify, analyse and organise the literature about blockchains in supply chain management (SCM) context (blockchain–SCM integration) and proposes an agenda for future research. This study aims to shed light on what the main current blockchain applications in SCM are, what the main disruptions and challenges are in SCM be...
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The literature concerning supply chain management (SCM) and blockchain integration is scarce, and organizations and decision makers still have a limited knowledge about blockchain solution diffusion in SCM. Under these circumstances, studies aimed to improving the understanding of the main blockchain diffusion factors are fundamental. This chapter...
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The aim of this study is to understand the blockchain adoption behaviour in Brazilian supply chains. Specifically, the study aims to unlock the potential of social influence; taking into consideration workers from the Brazilian supply chains. We proposed a model using constructs from a unified theory of acceptance and the use of technology (UTAUT)....
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The digitalization phenomenon is leveraging new relationship models through the entire supply chain network. In this outlook, blockchain is a cutting-edge technology that is already transforming and remodeling the relationships between all members of logistics and supply chain systems. Yet, while studies on blockchain have gained a relative pace ov...
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This study presents two environmental frameworks based on Twitter and the big data analytics approach. This research aims to provide novel frameworks for the use of environmental decision makers, practitioners, and scholars to enhance environmental management and sustainability performance. An example of framework utilization is supplied with a cas...
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This Special Section aims to call on OSCM scholars and practitioners to investigate the role of BC in creating value in OSCM. Specifically, this Special Section intends to gather research from the aforementioned specialists in order to shed more light on and gain an in-depth understanding of how blockchain integrates with and impacts new business m...
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Este trabalho discute a inovação em uma indústria tradicional da cadeia de petróleo no Brasil: o segmento de apoio marítimo. Para aumentar de forma sustentável a produção, a inovação é uma estratégia obrigatória. Este trabalho aborda a indústria brasileira de embarcações de apoio offshore a partir de uma perspectiva de inovação através de um método...
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Purpose This paper aims to recognise the current state of big data analytics (BDA) on different organisational and supply chain management (SCM) levels in Brazilian firms. Specifically, it focuses on understanding BDA awareness in Brazilian firms and proposes a framework to analyse firms’ maturity in implementing BDA projects in logistics/SCM. De...
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This work aims to understand the effects of management styles on the work motivation of a team project in the telecommunications information technology context. To understand this complex behavior, we use the Job Diagnostic Survey methodol