Developing Sustainable Supply Chains to Drive Value, Volume II: Management Issues, Insights, Concepts, and Tools – Implementation


Sustainability is changing and changing rapidly. It is becoming more widespread as companies and customers uncover its power, attractiveness, and sustainability, as well as receiving more attention in the press. Support for sustainability lies within new tools, frameworks, and approaches.

The authors capture these and other developments in this second volume of Developing Sustainable Supply Chains. In the first volume, the authors assess major management opportunities; this second volume focuses on implementation; when combined the result is a complete, action-oriented treatment of sustainability.

Written by two of the leading academic researchers in this area, this series introduces the reader, whether a student, manager, or experienced sustainability advocate, to the various tools, frameworks, and approaches that work.


About the Author(s)

Robert P. Sroufe

Robert Sroufe is the Falk Chair of Socially Responsible Business and Professor of Sustainability at Chatham University, where he enables integrated management in the School of Sustainability & the Environment, along with the Sustainability + MBA Program.

Steven A. Melnyk

Steven A. Melnyk is professor of operations and supply chain management and received his PhD from The Ivey School, University of Western Ontario in 1981 at Michigan State University. He has co-…

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August 24, 2017





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