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Sustainable supply chains for technology components

Dr. Tamaro Green

Sustainable supply chains for technology components

2020-11-24

Sustainable supply chains may be critical for ethical sourcing of technology products as many technology components are vulnerable to being obtained through illicit actions.  Türkay, Saraçoğlu, and Arslan (2016) explain that social concerns are to be considered as well as environmental and economic concerns in developing sustainable supply chains.  Pereira de Carvalho and Barbieri (2012) explain that management systems focused on beneficial environmental and social practices support a sustainable supply chain.

One method that may be employed to improve supply chain sustainability is a reverse supply chain where the source is benefited from the development of the end product (Frei, Bines, & Lothian, 2016).  Frei et al. (2016) describe reverse supply chains to recover products from end consumers to recycle or properly dispose of them.  Another method that may improve supply chain sustainability is improving relationships in supply chain management (Lee, Kim, & Lee, 2016).  Lee et al. (2016) highlight the lack of research in the relationships of supply chain management sustainability and its effect on economic, social, and environmental dimensions.

Frei, R., Bines, A., & Lothian, I. (2016). Understanding reverse supply chains. International Journal of Supply Chain and Operations Resilience, 2(3), 246-264.

Lee, S. J., Kim, K. S., & Lee, S.-Y. (2016). Sustainable supply chain capabilities: Accumulation, strategic types and performance. Sustainability, 8(6). doi:10.3390/su8060503

Pereira de Carvalho, A., & Barbieri, J. C. (2012). Innovation and sustainability in the supply chain of a cosmetics company: A case study. Journal of technology management & innovation, 7, 144-156.

Türkay, M., Saraçoğlu, Ö., & Arslan, M. C. (2016). Sustainability in supply chain management: Aggregate planning from sustainability perspective. PLoS One, 11(1), e0147502. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0147502



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