Md. Abdul Moktadir working as an 'Assistant Professor (On Study Leave)' of Leather Products Engineering at the Institute of Leather Engineering and Technology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Prior he worked as a Lecturer of Leather Products Engineering at the Institute of Leather Engineering and Technology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh from November 05, 2018, to January 30, 2022. He received the Bachelor of Science in Leather Products Engineering from the University of Dhaka and the Master of Engineering in Advanced Engineering Management from the Department of Industrial and Production Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET). His research work appears in various international reputed journals like Journal of Cleaner Production, International Journal of Production Research, Computers & Industrial Engineering, Industrial Management & Data Systems, Energy, Production Planning & Control, International Journal of Manpower, Resources, Conservation & Recycling, Process Safety and Environmental Protection, Environmental Impact Assessment Review, Annals of Operations Research, Sustainable Production and Consumption, Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, Operations Management Research, Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management, etc. His current research interests include sustainable supply chain management, risk management, energy-efficient supply chain planning, and design, logistics, Industry 4.0, and circular economy.Show less
|Degree Name||Group/Major Subject||Board/Institute||Country||Passing Year|
|Masters||M.Engg. in Advanced Engineering Management||Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET)||Bangladesh||2017|
|Bachelor||B.Sc. in Leather Products Engineering||Institute of Leather Engineering & Technology, University of Dhaka||Bangladesh||2012|
|Title||Organization||Location||From Date||To Date|
|Assistant Professor||Institute of Leather Engineering and Technology, University of Dhaka||Dhaka-1209, Bangladesh||31, Jan 2022||Currently Working|
|Lecturer||Institute of Leather Engineering and Technology, University of Dhaka||Dhaka-1209||05, Nov 2018||30-01-2022|
|Lecturer (Part-Time)||Institute of Leather Engineering and Technology, University of Dhaka||Dhaka-1209||21, May 2015||04-11-2018|
|Subject||Description||Research Interest (Goal, Target Indicator)|
|Production & Quality management||
1. Production management means planning, organizing, directing and controlling of production activities. Production management deals with converting raw materials into finished goods or products. 2. Quality management includes the determination of a quality policy, creating and implementing quality planning and assurance, and quality control and quality improvement.
|Circular economy||A circular economy is an alternative to a traditional linear economy (make, use, dispose) in which we keep resources in use for as long as possible, extract the maximum value from them whilst in use, then recover and regenerate products and materials at the end of each service life.|
|Big data analytics||Big data analytics is the often complex process of examining large and varied data sets -- or big data -- to uncover information including hidden patterns, unknown correlations, market trends and customer preferences that can help organizations make informed business decisions.|
|Corporate social responsibility||Corporate social responsibility (CSR, also called corporate sustainability, sustainable business, corporate conscience, corporate citizenship, conscious capitalism, or responsible business) is a type of international private business self-regulation.|
|Reverse logistics||Reverse logistics is for all operations related to the reuse of products and materials. It is "the process of moving goods from their typical final destination for the purpose of capturing value, or proper disposal.|
|Supply chain risk management||Supply-chain risk management (SCRM) is "the implementation of strategies to manage both everyday and exceptional risks along the supply chain based on continuous risk assessment with the objective of reducing vulnerability and ensuring continuity".|
|Sustainable supply chain management||Supply chain sustainability (SCS) is a holistic view of supply chain processes, logistics and technologies that addresses the environmental, social, economic and legal aspects of a supply chain's components. Factors that affect SCS include amount of waste, carbon footprint and emissions, air pollution, labor violations, deforestation and the health and safety of workers. SCS is based on the principle that socially responsible products and practices are not only good for the planet and the people who live here, they are also good for building positive brand awareness, minimizing environmental impact and improving long-term profitability.|
|Green supply chain management||Green Supply Chain Management (GrSCM) aims to integrate environmental thinking into supply chain management. This includes product design, material sourcing and selection, the manufacturing process, delivery of the final product to consumers, and end-of-life product management.|
|Supply chain performance measurement||Supply chain performance measure can be defined as an approach to judge the performance of supply chain system. Supply chain performance measures can broadly be classified into two categories − Qualitative measures − For example, customer satisfaction and product quality. Quantitative measures − For example, order-to-delivery lead time, supply chain response time, flexibility, resource utilization, delivery performance.|
|Industry 4.0||Industry 4.0 is a name given to the current trend of automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies. It includes cyber-physical systems, the Internet of things, cloud computing and cognitive computing. Industry 4.0 is also sometimes referred to as the fourth industrial revolution.|
|Operations research||Operations research (OR) is an analytical method of problem-solving and decision-making that is useful in the management of organizations. In operations research, problems are broken down into basic components and then solved in defined steps by mathematical analysis.|
|Level of Study||Title||Supervisor||Co-Supervisor(s)||Name of Student(s)||Area of Research||Current Completion|
|Masters||Decision Support Framework for Circular Economy Practices||Md. Abdul Moktadir||------------------||Md. Shakil Nawze||
|Subject||Project Name||Source of Fund||From Date||To Date||Collaboration|
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Liman M.Z.I,, Moktadir, M.A.* and Rahman, T. Vertical Integration: It’s Benefit in Footwear Supply Chain -A toolkit for profit maximization. Germany: Scholar's Press, 2018-02-08 .
Ali, S.M., Kabir, G. and Moktadir, M.A., "Transportation Mode Selection Framework for Apparel Industries: A Fuzzy AHP Approach." Selected Issues in Economics and Finance,. Selim Başar, A. Alkan Çelik and Turgut Bayramoglu Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Scholar Publishing, Cambridge, UK., ISBN-13: 978-1-5275-1143-9., 2017 234-254 .
Shahed, K.S., Azeem, A., Ali, S.M., and Moktadir, M.A., : A supply chain disruption risk mitigation model to manage COVID-19 pandemic risk, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, Springer Nature (impact factor:3.056) , 2021 .
Kumar, A.,, Moktadir, M. A. and Liman, Z. R., Gunasekaran, A., Hegemann, K., & Rehman Khan, S. A. : Evaluating sustainable drivers for social responsibility in the context of ready-made garments supply chain, Journal of Cleaner Production, Elsevier (impact factor:7.246) , vol.248 , no.1 March 2020 , pp.119231 , 2020 .
Kumar, A.,, Moktadir, M.A., and Khan, S.A.R, Garza-Reyes, J.A., Tyagi, M., Kazançoğlu, Y. : Behavioural factors on the adoption of sustainable supply chain practices, Resources, Conservation & Recycling, Elsevier (impact factor:8.086) , vol.158 , no.July 2020 , pp.104818 , 2020 .
Moktadir, M. A. and Ahmadi, H.B., Sultana, R., Zohra, F. T., Liou, J., Rezaei, J. : Circular Economy Practices in the Leather Industry: A Practical Step towards Sustainable Development, Journal of Cleaner Production, Elsevier (impact factor:7.246) , vol.251 , no.1 April 2020 , pp.119737 , 2020 .
Gaikwad, S.K., Paul, A.,, Moktadir, M.A., and Paul, S.K., Chowdhury, P. : Analyzing Barriers and Strategies for Implementing Lean Six Sigma: A Context of Indian SMEs, Benchmarking: an International Journal, Emerald , 2020 .
Moktadir, M.A., and Dwivedi, A., Rahman, A., Jabbour, C.J.C., Paul, S.K., Sultana, R., Madaan, J. : An investigation of key performance indicators for operational excellence towards sustainability in the leather products industry, Business Strategy and the Environment, John Wiley and Sons (impact factor:5.483) , 2020 .
Moktadir, M.A., and Kumar, A., Ali, S.M., Paul, S.K., Sultana, R., Rezaei, J. : Critical success factors for a circular economy: Implications for waste minimization, Business Strategy and the Environment, John Wiley and Sons (impact factor:5.483) , 2020 .
Chowdhury, M.T., Sarkar, A., Paul, S.K., and Moktadir, M.A., : A case study on strategies to deal with the impacts of COVID-19 pandemic in the food and beverage industry, Operations Management Research, Springer (impact factor:2.000) , 2020 .
Siddique, M.N.A., Hasan, K.W., Ali, S.M., Moktadir, M.A., and Paul, S.K., Kabir, G. : Modeling Drivers to Big Data Analytics in Supply Chains, Journal of Production Systems & Manufacturing Science , 2020 .
Moktadir, M.A., and Dwivedi, A., Khan, N.S., Paul, S.K., Khan, S.A., Sultana, R. : Analysis of Risk Factors in Sustainable Supply Chain Management in an Emerging Economy, Journal of Cleaner Production, Elsevier (impact factor:7.246) , 2020 .
Shayganmehr, M., Kumar, A., Garza-Reyes, J.A., and Moktadir, M.A., : Industry 4.0 enablers for a cleaner production and circular economy within the context of business ethics: A study in a developing country, Journal of Cleaner Production, Elsevier (impact factor:7.246) , no.125280 , 2020 .
Karmaker, C. L., Ahmed, T., Ahmed, S., Ali, S. M.,, Moktadir, M. A., and & Kabir, G. : Improving supply chain sustainability in the context of COVID-19 pandemic in an emerging economy: Exploring drivers using an integrated model, Sustainable Production and Consumption, Elsevier (impact factor:3.660) , vol.26 , no.April 2021 , pp.411-427 , 2020 .
Ali, S.M., Moktadir, M.A. and Kabir, G. ,Chakma, J., Rumi, M.J.U., Islam, M.T. : Framework for Evaluating Risks in Food Supply Chain: Implications in Food Wastage Reduction, Journal of Cleaner Production, Elsevier (impact factor:6.395) , vol.228 , no.10 August 2019 , pp.786-800 , 2019 .
Moktadir, M.A., Ali, S. M., Paul, S.K. and Sukla, N. : Barriers to big data analytics in manufacturing supply chains: A case study from Bangladesh, Computers & Industrial Engineering, Elsevier, (impact factor:3.518) , vol.128 , no.February 2019 , pp.1063-1075 , 2019 .
Munny, A.A., Ali, S.M., Kabir, G.,, Moktadir, M.A., and Rahman, T., Mahtab, Z. : Enablers of Social Sustainability in the Supply Chain: An Example of Footwear Industry from an Emerging Economy, Sustainable Production and Consumption, Elsevier (impact factor:3.660) , vol.20 , no.October 2019 , pp.230-242 , 2019 .
Paul, A.,, Moktadir, M.A., and Paul, S.K. : An innovative decision-making framework for evaluating transportation service providers based on sustainable criteria, International Journal of Production Research, Taylor and Francis, UK (impact factor:4.577) , 2019 .
Suhi, S. A., Enayet, R., Haque, T., Ali, S.M.,, Moktadir, M.A., and Paul, S.K. : Environmental sustainability assessment in supply chain: An emerging economy context, Environmental Impact Assessment Review, Elsevier (impact factor:4.135) , vol.79 , no.November 2019 , pp.106306 , 2019 .
Rahman, T., Ali, S.M.,, Moktadir, M.A., and Kusi-sarpong, S. : Evaluating the barriers to green supply chain management implementation: An example from an emerging economy, Production Planning & Control, Taylor and Francis, UK (impact factor:3.605) , vol.31 , no.8 , pp.673-698 , 2019 .
Moktadir, M.A., and Dwivedi, A., Ali, S. M., Paul, S. K., Kabir, G., Madaan, J. : Antecedents for greening the workforce: Implications for green human resource management, International Journal of Manpower, Emerald (impact factor:0.953) , 2019 .
Moktadir M.A., and Ali S.M., Jabbour C.J.C., Paul A., Ahmed S., Sultana R., Rahman, T. : Key factors for energy-efficient supply chains: Implications for energy policy in emerging economies, Energy, Elsevier (impact factor:6.082) , vol.189 , no.15 December 2019 , pp.116129 , 2019 .
Moktadir, M. A., and Rahman, T., Ali, S. M., Nahar, N., & Paul, S. K. : Examining barriers to reverse logistics practices in the leather footwear industry, Annals of Operations Research, Springer (impact factor:2.583) , pp.1–32 , 2019 .
Moktadir, M.A., Towfique, R., Jabbour, C. J. C., Ali, S.M. and Kobir, G. : Prioritization of Drivers of Corporate Social Responsibility in The Footwear Industry in an Emerging Economy: A Fuzzy AHP Approach, Journal of Cleaner Production, Elsevier, (impact factor:6.395) , vol.201 , no.10 November 2018 , pp.369-381 , 2018 .
Moktadir, M.A., Ali, S.M., Kusi-Sarpong, S. and Shaikh, M.A.A. : Assessing challenges for implementing Industry 4.0: Implications for Process Safety and Environmental Protection, Process Safety and Environmental Protection, Elsevier, (impact factor:4.384) , vol.117 , no.July 2018 , pp.730-741 , 2018 .
Moktadir, M.A., Ali, S.M., Kumar Mangla, S., Sharmy, T.A., Luthra, S., Mishra, N. and Garza-Reyes, J.A. : Decision modeling of risks in pharmaceutical supply chains, Industrial Management & Data Systems, Emerald, UK (impact factor:2.948) , vol.118 , no.7 , pp.1388-1412 , 2018 .
Moktadir, M.A., Ali, S.M., Rajesh, R. and Paul, S.K. : Modeling the interrelationships among barriers to sustainable supply chain management in leather industry, Journal of Cleaner Production, The Netherland, Elsevier (impact factor:6.395) , vol.181 , no.20 April 2018 , pp.631-651 , 2018 .
Moktadir, M.A, Rahman, T., Rahman, M. H., Ali, S. M. and Paul, S. K. : Drivers to sustainable manufacturing practices and circular economy: a perspective of leather industries in Bangladesh, Journal of Cleaner Production, Elsevier (impact factor:6.395) , vol.174 , no.10 February 2018 , pp.1366-1380 , 2018 .
Ali, K.,, Moktadir, M. A.*, Shaikh, A. A.,, Deb, A. K. and Rashed-Ul-Islam, M. : Challenges Evaluation for Adoption of SCP Practices in Footwear Industry of Bangladesh: A DEMATEL Approach, Journal of Operations and Strategic Planning, SAGE, , vol.1 , no.2 , pp.168-184 , 2018 .
Moktadir, M. A.*, Ahmed, S., Tuj Zohra, F. and Sultana, R. : Productivity Improvement by Work Study Technique: A Case on Leather Products Industry of Bangladesh, Industrial Engineering & Management (impact factor:0.715) , vol.6 , no.1 , pp.207 , 2017 .
Ali, S.M., Arafin, A., Moktadir, M.A., Rahman, T. and Zahan, N. : Barriers to Reverse Logistics in the Computer Supply Chain Using Interpretive Structural Model, Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management, Springer (impact factor:2.58) , vol.19 , no.Supplement 1 , pp.53–68 , March 2018 .
SK Paul,, MA Moktadir, and K Sallam, TM Choi, RK Chakrabortty : A recovery planning model for online business operations under the COVID-19 outbreak, International Journal of Production Research (impact factor:8.568) Taylor & Francis , pp.1-23 , 2021 .
Dwivedi, A., Madaan, J., Santibanez Gonzalez, E. D. R. and Moktadir, M.A., : A two-phase approach to efficiently support product recovery systems in a circular economy context, Management Decision, Emerald, UK, Emerald , 2022 .
Ashish Dwivedi, A.,, Moktadir, M.A., and Jabbour, C.J.C., Carvalho, D.E. : Integrating the circular economy and industry 4.0 for sustainable development: Implications for responsible footwear production in a big data-driven world., Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Elsevier , 2022 .
Sarker, R.,, Moktadir, M. A., and Santibanez-Gonzalez, E. D. R. : Social Sustainability Challenges towards Flexible Supply Chain Management: Post-COVID-19 Perspective, Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management Springer , 2021 .
Rahman, T.,, Moktadir, M. A., and Paul, S. K. : Key performance indicators for a sustainable recovery strategy in healthcare supply chains: COVID-19 pandemic perspective, Journal of Asia Business Studies, Emerald, UK, Emerald , 2021 .
Paul, S.K.,, Moktadir, M.A., and Ahsan, K. : Key supply chain strategies for the post-COVID-19 era: Implications for resilience and sustainability, The International Journal of Logistics Management, Emerald, UK (impact factor:5.661) , 2021 .
Mallik, A.K.,, Moktadir, M.A., and Rahman, M.A., Shahruzzaman, M., Rahman, M.M. : Progress in Surface-modified Silicas for Cr(VI) Adsorption: A Review, Journal of Hazardous Materials, Elsevier (impact factor:10.588) , vol.423 , no.127041 Elsevier , 2022 .
Khan, S.A., Alkhatib, S., Ammar, Z.,, Moktadir, M.A. and and Kumar, A. : Benchmarking the outsourcing factors of third-party logistics services selection: analysing influential strength and building a sustainable decision model, Benchmarking: An International Journal, Emerald Emerald , 2021 .
9. Paul, S.K., Chowdhury, P., Chowdhury, M.T., Chakrabortty, R.K. and Moktadir, M.A., : Operational challenges during a pandemic: an investigation in the electronics industry, The International Journal of Logistics Management, Emerald, UK Emerald , 2021 .
Paul, S.K., Chowdhury, P.,, Moktadir, M.A., and Lau, K.H. : Supply chain recovery challenges in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic, Journal of Business Research, Elsevier Elsevier , 2021 .
Bai, C., Ahmadi, H. B.,, Moktadir, M. A., and Kusi-Sarpong, S., and Liou, J. J. H. : Analyzing the Interactions Among the Challenges to Circular Economy Practices, IEEE Access IEEE , 2021 .
Chowdhury, P., Paul, S.K., Kaisar, S., and Moktadir, M.A, : COVID-19 pandemic related supply chain studies: a systematic review, Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, Elsevier (impact factor:6.875) , vol.148 Elsevier , 2021 .
Moktadir, M. A., Rahman, T., and Ali, S. M. "Examining Critical Success Factors to Humanitarian Supply Chain of Bangladesh: An Interpretive Structural Modeling (ISM) Approach." International Conference on Mechanical, Industrial and Materials Engineering 2017 (ICMIME2017) , pp. 68. RUET, Rajshahi, Bangladesh.: 28-30 December, 2017 .
Moktadir, M. A., Rahman, T. and Ali, S. M. "Critical Success Factors in Implementing Green Supply Chain Management Practices in Footwear Industry in Bangladesh – An Interpretive Structural Modeling Approach." 1st International Conference on Buinsess and Management (ICBM), , pp. pp. 447-452. Dhaka, Bangladesh: At 21-22 Sep 2017 .
Received "Director's Award-2022" for outstanding contribution in research and publication
|International||Outstanding Reviewer||2017||Netherlands||Awarded as outstanding Reviewer of “Journal of Cleaner Production, Elsevier”|