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Mitigation against Natural Disasters: Does Dynamic Capability Matter?

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Abstract: Given the increasing frequency and impact of natural disaster on supply chains it is timely to have a fresh look at the mitigation capability concepts e.g., resilience and risk management. This talk explores if there is a need for dynamic capability for mitigating against natural disaster. Based on thematic analysis of 30 interviews of academics, experts and practitioners, the talk identifies 17 first-order themes related to three theoretical dynamic mitigation capabilities: sensing, seizing, transforming/ reconfiguring. These capabilities serve as organizational routines that protect the supply chain against natural disaster, as well as the capabilities to learn and improve the routines.

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