A conceptual framework for adopting sustainability in the supply chain

So, Stuart, Parker, David and Xu, Henry (2012). A conceptual framework for adopting sustainability in the supply chain. In: Amrik Sohal, Prakash Singh and Daniel Prajogo, Proceedings of the 10th ANZAM Operations, Supply Chain and Services Management Symposium. ANZAM Operations, Supply Chain and Services Management Symposium, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, (397-413). 14-15 June 2012.

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Author So, Stuart
Parker, David
Xu, Henry
Title of paper A conceptual framework for adopting sustainability in the supply chain
Conference name ANZAM Operations, Supply Chain and Services Management Symposium
Conference location Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Conference dates 14-15 June 2012
Proceedings title Proceedings of the 10th ANZAM Operations, Supply Chain and Services Management Symposium
Place of Publication Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Publisher ANZAM
Publication Year 2012
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN 9780646578118
Editor Amrik Sohal
Prakash Singh
Daniel Prajogo
Start page 397
End page 413
Total pages 17
Collection year 2013
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary Environmental concerns are intricately linked to various aspects of the supply chain.
Awareness of such concerns is reflected in the contemporary business environment and in
government legislation. The sustainable supply chain is an emerging trend in industrial
development, where it is positioned as business innovation in this research. Based on the
research gap identified in a literature map, a conceptual framework was developed using
Rogers’ [30] Innovation Diffusion Theory; with emphasis on the rate of adoption and
implementation of sustainability within a supply chain context. The objective of this work is to
strengthen supply chain enterprises’ commitment to using this emerging practice in the future.
Six research propositions were identified from Innovation Diffusion Theory, Supply Chain
Operations Reference
model and Life Cycle Management approach.
Keyword Supply chain management
Innovation
Sustainability
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ

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