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United Nations, European Union and United States of America set up several environmental regulations in order to prevent our living environment from getting worst. Hence, firms are required to comply with these regulations in the production processes for reducing the environmental impacts. Although previous studies proposed frameworks and assessments enable to assist firms in considering economic and environmental aspects, there is still a gap exist in concerns about the social aspect. Furthermore, there are also insufficient studies address how to lead firms from green era to sustainable supply chain management that enables to consider triple bottle line (economy, environment and society) simultaneously.
This dissertation proposes five research objectives to demonstrate the development of sustainability for leading firms from green into sustainability : (i) to evaluate the decisive factors that can influence the implementation of green supply chain practices; (ii) to identify the specific dynamic organizational capabilities by evaluating the performance of the case firm; (iii) to investigate the contributions of innovation criteria to sustainable business management capabilities and competencies under uncertainty; (iv) to develop an assessment with a theoretical basis that supports firms in diagnosing and enhancing their understanding of supply chain risks and uncertainties using diverse information; and (v) to provide, in addition to a theoretical basis, a quantitative tool for firms to evaluate the performance of sustainable supply chain management. In addition, several effective hybrid methods are proposed to overcome the gaps from previous studies. The empirical studies, implication and conclusions are addressed.
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CHINESE ABSTRACT i
ENGLISH ABSTRACT ii
TABLE OF CONTENTS iv
LIST OF FIGURES vii
LIST OF TABLES viii
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1
1.1. Phenomenon 1
1.2. Research objectives 3
1.3. Structure of dissertation 4
CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW 6
2.1. Green supply chain practice 6
2.1.1. Eco-innovation 8
2.1.2. Innovation 10
2.1.3. Dynamic organization capability 10
2.1.4. Sustainable business management capabilities and competencies 12
2.1.5. Supply chain risks and uncertainties 13
2.1.6. Sustainability indicators 14
2.2. Sustainable supply chain management 15
CHAPTER 3 METHODS 17
3.1. Fuzzy Delphi Method (FDM) 17
3.2. Fuzzy Decision Making Trial and Evaluation Laboratory (FDEMATEL) 18
3.3. Grey Delphi Method (GDM) 19
3.4. Grey Decision Making Trial and Evaluation Laboratory (GDEMATEL) 20
3.5. Interval Triangular Fuzzy Numbers associated with Grey Relational Analysis (IVTFNs-GRA) 21
CHAPTER 4 EMPIRICAL STUDIES 26
4.1. GSCP evaluation 26
4.1.1. Proposed GSCP criteria 28
4.1.2. Proposed FDEMATEL approach 30
4.1.3. Procedures of FDEMATEL 32
4.1.4. Empirical results 33
18.104.22.168. Case information 33
22.214.171.124. Case analysis 35
4.2. DOC identification 38
4.2.1. Assumption for the analysis 39
126.96.36.199. The research gaps 39
188.8.131.52. The proposed measures 41
4.2.2. Proposed analytical steps 45
4.2.3. Results 46
184.108.40.206. Taiwanese lighting industry 46
220.127.116.11. Empirical results 47
4.3. SBMCC investigation 61
4.3.1. Proposed method 62
4.3.2. Proposed SBMCC measures 63
4.3.3. Proposed analytical steps 66
4.3.4. Results 67
18.104.22.168. Industrial background 67
22.214.171.124. The empirical results 68
4.4. SCRU diagonsis 83
4.4.1. Collaboration Theory 84
4.4.2. Rationale of study 85
126.96.36.199. The study gaps 85
188.8.131.52. The Proposed Measures 86
4.4.3. Data Gathering 89
184.108.40.206. Qualitative Data 89
220.127.116.11. Social Media 89
18.104.22.168. Quantitative Data 90
4.4.4. Proposed Analytic Procedures 91
4.4.5. Empirical Results 93
22.214.171.124. Industrial Background 93
126.96.36.199. Results 93
4.5. SSCM assessment 99
4.5.1. The proposed method 101
4.5.2. The proposed SSCM measures 102
4.5.3. Proposed analytical procedures 104
4.5.4. Results 105
188.8.131.52. Case information 105
184.108.40.206. The results 106
CHAPTER 5 IMPLICATIONS 110
5.1. Theoretical Implications 110
5.1.1. DOC 110
5.1.2. SBMCC 111
5.1.3. SCRU 112
5.1.4. SSCM 113
5.2. Managerial Implications 115
5.2.1. GSCP implementation 115
5.2.2. Eco-innovation Application 117
5.2.3. Adoption of innovation 118
5.2.4. SCRU identification and mitigation 121
5.2.5. SSCM evaluation 122
CHAPTER 6 CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE STUDIES 124
6.1. Conclusions 124
6.1.1. Industry/Firm 124
6.1.2. Theory 126
6.1.3. Method 127
6.2. Future Studies 128