2 edition of Enhancing supply chain performance with environmental cost information found in the catalog.
Enhancing supply chain performance with environmental cost information
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Other titles||Examples from Commonwealth Edison, Andersen Corporation, and Ashland Chemical.|
|Contributions||United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||52|
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Get this from a library. Enhancing supply chain performance with environmental cost information: examples from Commonwealth Edison, Andersen Corporation, and Ashland Chemical. [United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics.;].
Enhancing the Supply Chain Management performance. 3 Objectives of the research. This research was aimed to reach out to a large number of manufacturing, trading and logistics companies to collect data about the usage of IT in their supply chain.
The survey. Then, high audit intensity motivates the supplier to hide rather than comply. In the second case, the supplier has thin margins, a high cost of compliance and substantial cost in the event that a violation is detected.
Then, the supplier does not hide information from the auditor. Instead, the supplier relies on the auditor to identify problems. Integrating Performance Measurement Systems Into the Global Lean and Sustainable Construction Supply Chain Management: Enhancing Sustainability Performance of the Construction Industry: /ch The construction industry is one of the industries that have a great impact on the economy.
A construction supply chain (CSC) is an important processAuthor: Gamze Tatlici, Begum Sertyesilisik. This study extends the developing body of literature on supply chain integration (SCI), which is the degree to which a manufacturer strategically collaborates with its supply chain partners and collaboratively manages intra- and inter-organizational processes, in order to achieve effective and efficient flows of products and services, information, money and decisions, to provide maximum value Cited by: In order to improve green performance and achieve sustainability goals, food companies see the need to adopt green supply chain management.
However, ensuring a green supply is a tough task since food companies do not always have full information of their suppliers’ efforts in improving their green performance. This information asymmetry issue will lead the food producers to make poor Author: Xiaoying Li, Qinghua Zhu.
rate environmental information. This guidebook provides a four-step framework for identifying and using environmental information to improve financial performance.
Supply chain efficiency and cost reduction programs will not fully succeed unless managers consider critical environmen-tal, health, and safety activities. These steps. Supply chain performance related with partnership with criteria of information sharing rate, cost savings between buyer and seller, mutual cooperation towards quality improvement, supplier.
Introduction. A critical aspect of successfully managing the supply chain lies in measuring and monitoring information about its key operational and performance parameters (e.g.
inventory, delivery schedules and lead times) (Gunasekaran and Ngai, ).It is therefore important for a firm to adopt information systems (IS) that are aligned to its supply chain, that is, adopt IS that Cited by: Green Supply Chain Management- Challenges selection is an important issue in improving environmental related performance.
This study attempts to find out what the traditional supply chain is Author: Kishore Bhattacharjee. In fact, the goals of supply chain management and EHS are aligned in many ways - building value for the enterprise through continuous improvement in operational efficiency, business continuity, and external relationships.
In particular, collaboration between EHS staff in supplier and customer organizations can reveal new, mutually beneficial. The practice of supply chain management incorporates myriad concerns – environmental issues, wages as well as health and safety conditions.
A varied list, to be sure. By way of definition, below is my favorite take on modern supply chain management, courtesy of the Network for Business Sustainability. White Papers Access the latest sustainability insights through our partners’ white papers, research reports and case studies.
These resources cover a wide range of topics, including energy strategy, data management, next-gen buildings and natural-resource use.
Green Information Systems for Sustainability: /ch Green Information Systems (IS) refers to the use of IS to achieve environmental objectives, whereas green Information Technology (IT) refers to the practiceCited by: 5. Downloadable (with restrictions).
Sustainability is gaining interest among academics and practitioners due to increased stakeholder awareness of environmental and social issues.
However, relatively little research has been conducted on the extent to which firms have integrated social sustainability aspects into the management of their supply chains in emerging by: With increase in environmental concerns during the past decade, a consensus is growing that environmental pollution issues accompanying industrial development should be addressed together with supply chain management, thereby contributing to green supply chain management (GSCM) (Sheu et al., ).Thus, it is inferred that GSCM practice can be viewed as the primary strategy capable of.
The use of information technology (IT) is considered a prerequisite for the effective control of today’s complex supply chains. Because, today companies are often not considered independent entities, but parts of multi-company, multi-echelon networks, i.e.
supply chains, delivering goods and services to. Information access across the supply chain is a key requirement for supply chain agility.
At a minimum, supply chain members need to share real-time demand, inventory, and production information. This is a challenge to achieve, since it encompasses data from dozens of sources, companies, regions, and time frames.
This paper aims to strive to close the current research gap pertaining to potential implications of the blockchain for supply chain management (SCM) by presenting a framework built on four established economic theories, namely, principal agent theory (PAT), transaction cost analysis (TCA), resource-based view (RBV) and network theory (NT).Cited by: performance from four perspectives: financial, internal processes, customer and learning and growth.
However under the new market trends in environmental terms (Green Supply Chain), Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), leanness (LeanSupplyChain) Collaborative models (CSC Collaborative Supply Chain) and SCFile Size: 1MB.
There are significant business benefits in having a supply chain that minimises environmental impacts. As the importance of environmental issues grows, these benefits are increasing. Advantages of an efficient supply chain.
You can achieve significant cost reductions with a .Improving Supply Chain Performance Paperback out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ — $ Paperback $ 4 Used from $ The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more.
4/5(1).In the contemporary scenario, demand is difficult to predict and the supply chain needs to be more flexible and customer-focused.
The book contains short practical cases to explain the decision-making process with respect to manufacturing decisions and inventory management, both of which are critical for supply chain performance.