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Table 2 Internal factors selected for this study

From: Identification and prioritization of critical success factors in faith-based and non-faith-based organizations’ humanitarian supply chain

Internal factorsGrouped factorsReferences
Religious affiliation of organization(Benedetti 2006; Grung 2018)
Information CollectionIncl. needs assessment, first information about disaster and information on available resources(Balcik et al. 2010; Costa et al. 2012; Dale and Dulaimi 2016; Martinez et al. 2011; Moshtari and Gonçalves 2016; Ngwenya and Naude, 2016; Pettit and Beresford 2009; Sridhar and Nagabhushanam 2008; Yadav and Barve 2015) (Azmat and Kummer 2019)
Willingness for coordination and collaboration(Balcik et al. 2010; Bealt et al. 2016; Celik et al. 2014; Costa et al. 2012; Dasaklis and Pappis 2018; Lijo et al. 2018; McLachlin and Larson 2011; Moshtari and Gonçalves 2016; Pettit and Beresford 2009; Yadav and Barve 2015, 2018) (Azmat and Kummer 2019)
Organization’s structureIncl. style of management and administration(Balcik et al. 2010; Celik et al. 2014; Costa et al. 2012; Dasaklis and Pappis 2018; Sridhar and Nagabhushanam 2008)
Organization’s culture(Benedetti 2006; Kabra et al. 2015; Rodon et al. 2012; Sandwell 2011; Sridhar and Nagabhushanam 2008)
Internal communicationIncl. the flow of information, communication technology and equipment(Benedetti 2006; Celik et al. 2014; Costa et al. 2012; Eriksson and Karlsson 2017; Ngwenya and Naude 2016; Pettit and Beresford 2009; Yadav and Barve 2015)