Relationships in a supply chain are based on technical integration, contractual agreements, and common access to information sources, knowledge exchange, or any combination of these. Focused on managing business relationship between people, within or without groups, and within and between organizations, this paper based on a review of the extant literature, aims to provide an integrative model to comprehensively assess green collaborative relationships among the actors in a supply chain. This paper, presents a model that will be used to: characterize and analyze the properties of the collaborative ties among supply chain partners, assess the impact of the contributory factors on the dimensions of collaboration as well as on the ability of these actors to create knowledge based on their relationships. Finally, it will be used to evaluate the links between both supply chain environmental and performance outcomes and the use of environmental supply chain management (ESCM) practices.
|Idioma original||Español (Colombia)|
|Título de la publicación alojada||Green Supply Chains: Applications in agroindustries|
|Editores||Carlos Ariel Cardona Alzate, William Ariel Sarache Castro|
|Editorial||Universidad Nacional de Colombia|
|Número de páginas||128|
|Estado de la publicación||Publicada - 11 abr 2014|
- Supply Chain
- Green Management
- Knowledge Management
- collaborative Relationships
- Social Network Analysis
Meisel Donoso, C. A., & Zsifkovits, H. (2014). Collaboration & Knowledge management: An integrative Model to comprehensively assess green collaboration in supply chain networks. En C. A. Cardona Alzate, & W. A. Sarache Castro (Eds.), Green Supply Chains: Applications in agroindustries (pp. 105-118). Universidad Nacional de Colombia.