A Relational Study of Knowledge Transfer and Green Supply Chain Practices on Organizational Performance

Authors : Anjana Singha.

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 5 - May

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Rapid worldwide industrialisation and industrial waste severally polluted and spoiled our environment which caused icebergs melt, ozone depletion , green house gas effect and. so on. Pollution not only affect the health of human beings but also it is a burden on world environment. Due to the Promotion of environmental awareness around the world along with environmental laws and regulations like WEEE( Waste electrical and electronic equipments), RoHS(Restrictions of hazardous substances directives) , EuP(Energy rising products directives) companies faced unprecedented challenges in international market. To cope with the challenges and changes organisation should carry on the external and internal knowledge transfer in order to improve their creativity and innovativeness Researchers (Vachan & klassen) explored that firms were able to improve their performance upon sharing environmental required relative information and joint planning environment related solution among upstream suppliers and downstream customers. The objective of the study is to establish positive relationship between knowledge transfer and Green supply chain practices on organizational performances mainly on environmental and economic performances.

Keywords : Green Supply Chain Performance, Knowledge Transfer, WEEE, RoHS, EuP, Icebergs Melt, Ozone Depletion.


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