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Journal of Agribusiness in Developing and Emerging Economies ; : 15, 2022.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1868485


Purpose This paper aims to reconceptualise entrenched supply chains associated with coffee production and consumption to digital supply chains for sustainable development. Design/methodology/approach A case study of seven small businesses involved with Philippine coffee is employed to examine how coffee value chains should be envisioned following COVID-19. Findings The COVID-19 pandemic reveals truncated barriers concerned with the lack of infrastructure, poverty cycles, sporadic workforce development policies and financial pressures that need to be redefined for coffee production and consumption to be more sustainable in the future. Research limitations/implications The study is restricted to a single country and a small pool of respondents that may not reflect similar practices in other regions or contexts. Originality/value This paper illuminates the plight of coffee farmers in an emerging production landscape of the Philippines, and develops new propositions to envision a digital value chain post-COVID-19.

21st International Conference on Electronic Business: Corporate Resilience through Electronic Business in the Post-COVID Era, ICEB 2021 ; 21:626-632, 2021.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1728224


The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the digital transformation of the hospitality industry and triggered Clubhouse knowledge adoption behavior. Clubhouse engagement in the COVID-19 era has gradually changed the forms of communication. Hospitality industry owners can communicate about their interactions and trades through Clubhouse, and members can share their operating and management experiences. Therefore, hospitality industry owners can learn from and support each other. This study aims to bridge the gap between professional knowledge and management adoption in the community of hospitality industry owners. We treat members’ self-regulated and socially regulated learning styles as variables in our analysis of members’ behaviors after acquiring knowledge from the community. This study contributes to our understanding of knowledge-based digital transformation processes in the hospitality industry in the post-COVID-19 era. It has implications for both Clubhouse users and hosts. © 2021 International Consortium for Electronic Business. All rights reserved.