Vaccine roll-out: This model found 3 key factors for success

Making the vaccine was just the first hurdle in the road to a post-COVID world, now we must distribute it. Image: REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas

Olga Kokshagina

Researcher - Innovation & Entrepreneurship, RMIT University

Babak Abbasi

Professor, Head of Department, Information Systems, RMIT University

Masih Fadaki

Lecturer, Supply Chain Management, RMIT University

Naima Saeed

Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management, University of Agder

Prem Chhetri

Professor, Director, Global Supply Chain and Logistics Research Priority Area, RMIT University


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