Our Projects

Ongoing projects

Exploring authoritarian leadership effect on performance in humanitarian operations
Collaborators: Mojtaba SalemProf. Niels Van QuaquebekeProf. Maria Besiou

We are working to investigate how and under what conditions authoritarian leadership is an effective strategy to lead aid workers during humanitarian operations.

For more information on this project, please contact Mojtaba Salem.
Eliciting informational synergies between humanitarian aid organizations
Analyzing collaboration in humanitarian supply chains

Completed projects

Improving effectiveness and cost efficiency of humanitarian operations
Collaborators: Mojtaba SalemProf. Niels Van QuaquebekeProf. Maria Besiou, Louisa Meyer

We investigated how intergroup leadership style can address operational challenges in providing relief and developmental aid to beneficiaries through effective management of highly diverse local and expatraite subgroups in humanitarian aid field offices. 

This research is published at Production and Operations Management (POM) journal. For more information on this project, please contact Mojtaba Salem.
Increasing learning and creativity among humanitarian aid workers
Exploring humanitarian operations: A world of opportunity for impactful research
Improving volunteer management in charity storehouses
Improving fundraising efficiency of humanitarian organizations in relief aid
Modeling for decision‐making in socially responsible operations

CONTACT

Research Institute on Leadership and Operations in Humanitarian Aid
Großer Grasbrook 17 
20457 Hamburg, Germany
Tel.: +49 40 328707-241
Email: aloha@riloha.org

 

 

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