Nidal Y. Dwaikat

Nidal Y. Dwaikat
An-Najah National University · Department of Industrial Engineering

PhD in Industrial Engineering and Management

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Additional affiliations
August 2018 - present
Stockholm University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
August 2016 - present
An-Najah National University
Position
  • CEO
February 2016 - August 2016
Luleå University of Technology
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Education
January 2007 - July 2008
Politecnico di Torino
Field of study
  • Industrial Engineering and Management
September 2001 - June 2006
An-Najah National University
Field of study
  • Mechanical Engineering

Publications

Publications (11)
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During the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID‐19) pandemic, the demand and supply for many products fluctuated. Thus, many companies around the globe have repurposed their operations and reconfigured their supply chains (SCs) to switch production and produce new products. Literature provided various models and frameworks to explain the concepts of sup...
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, the demand and supply for many products were fluctuating and thus many companies around the globe have repurposed their operations and reconfigured their supply chains (SCs) to switch production and produce new produces. Literature provided various models and frameworks to explain the concepts of supply chain resilienc...
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Through the lens of entrepreneurial orientation, this study investigates operational practices that (small and medium-sized enterprises) have either adopted or improvised to support small and medium-sized enterprises’ resilience in the face of coronavirus disease 2019. Qualitative data were collected through 43 semi-structured interviews with entre...
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SMEs in Jordan are facing unanticipated and rapid changes in their business environment. With a view to improve the sustainability and survival of SMEs in Jordan, this study investigates the application of organisational agility in terms of innovation, flexibility, responsiveness, adaptability and resilience. Drawing on semi-structured interviews w...
Poster
My colleagues and I in the guest editorial team are pleased to announce a special Call for Papers: Contracting, Procurement and Supply in Health Care Innovation, to be published in the Journal of Strategic Contracting and Negotiation. More information about this special issue can be found at this link https://lnkd.in/eRYc7R4
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Purpose This study aims to propose a comprehensive model for assessing the quality of academic programs in higher education institutions (HEIs) by adopting the TQM philosophy. Design/methodology/approach Based on a sample of 377 responses from higher education academics, experts and professionals in Sweden, partial least squares structural equatio...
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Customer satisfaction has been extensively studied in marketing science and other business management disciplines. Yet, in quality management discipline, the question how customer satisfaction measured differs greatly from one business sector to another. The aim of this research is to explore the influencing factors on customer satisfaction, and ex...
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This study addresses the critical research issue of how supplier delivery performance can be enhanced by integrating information sharing into volume and delivery flexibility. This study developed a research model to relate information sharing on demand forecasts and inventory data between original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and first-tier suppl...
Conference Paper
Recent research has empirically validated the contribution of information sharing to supply chain performance. However, the question of how information sharing affects first-tier supplier’s ability to respond to fluctuating volumes remains unexplored. This paper explores how information sharing between Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) and fir...
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One of the internationally recognized journals that publishes and spreads literature concerning the relation between organizations and innovation and how creativity and imagination is organized is ‘Creativity and Innovation Management’ (CAIM). To date, there has been only one attempt to analyze the corpus of publications in this journal from 1992-2...
Conference Paper
Many companies, when buying, use the same competitive priorities regardless of the category of the product being purchased. This purchasing practice creates misalignment between the purchasing and business strategies of a firm. The main aim of this paper is to theoretically explain why firms should not pursue the same competitive priorities for all...

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Questions (5)
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I have got the following dilemma. When I used traditional PLS I got AVE (average variance explained) of 0.62 for a construct, but when I used consistent PLS I get 0.46 for the same construct.
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Some arguments say that the research gap should appear in the introduction part while some other arguments say the research gap should appear in the literature review part.
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Many researchers argue that EDI (i.e. Electronic Data Interchange) technology does not provide flexibility, arguing that EDI is out of date technology. To what extent is this claim valid? To which industry sector to this valid? What is the alternative?
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Information sharing and exchange between OEMs and suppliers is a new approach to enable responsiveness.

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