Green Human Resource Management and Green Supply Chain Management: linking two emerging agendas

Green Human Resource Management and Green Supply Chain Management: linking two emerging agendas 1 Introduction</h5> The subject of environmental sustainability and greening organizations is increasingly present in managerial agendas ( González-Benito and González-Benito, 2006 ), causing a green revolution in traditional, established disciplines ( Marcus and Fremeth, 2009 ), such as human resources ( Jackson et al., 2014; Renwick et al., 2013; Jabbour et al., 2010 ) and operations management ( Govindan et al., 2014a; Gunasekaran and Ngai, 2012; Gunasekaran and Spalanzani, 2012; Sarkis, 2001 ). In the field of human resources, the theme of “Green Human Resource Management” (GHRM) has emerged ( Jackson et al., 2011; Renwick et al., 2013, 2008 ), establishing itself as a new line of research ( Jackson and Seo, 2010; Ones and Dilchert, 2012; Jackson et al., 2014; Jabbour, 2013 ). In the field of operations management, sustainability also has gained attention ( Govindan et al., 2014a; Gunasekaran and Spalanzani, 2012 ) and is becoming a new competitive dimension ( Thürer et al., 2013 ), and topics such as “Green Supply Chain Management” (GSCM) are becoming increasingly important, mobilizing the scientific community ( Sarkis, 2012; Govindan and Cheng, 2011; Seuring and Müller, 2008 ). Thus, GHRM and GSCM are impacting the agendas of scholars and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Cleaner Production Elsevier

Green Human Resource Management and Green Supply Chain Management: linking two emerging agendas

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Elsevier
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Copyright © 2015 Elsevier Ltd
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0959-6526
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10.1016/j.jclepro.2015.01.052
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1 Introduction</h5> The subject of environmental sustainability and greening organizations is increasingly present in managerial agendas ( González-Benito and González-Benito, 2006 ), causing a green revolution in traditional, established disciplines ( Marcus and Fremeth, 2009 ), such as human resources ( Jackson et al., 2014; Renwick et al., 2013; Jabbour et al., 2010 ) and operations management ( Govindan et al., 2014a; Gunasekaran and Ngai, 2012; Gunasekaran and Spalanzani, 2012; Sarkis, 2001 ). In the field of human resources, the theme of “Green Human Resource Management” (GHRM) has emerged ( Jackson et al., 2011; Renwick et al., 2013, 2008 ), establishing itself as a new line of research ( Jackson and Seo, 2010; Ones and Dilchert, 2012; Jackson et al., 2014; Jabbour, 2013 ). In the field of operations management, sustainability also has gained attention ( Govindan et al., 2014a; Gunasekaran and Spalanzani, 2012 ) and is becoming a new competitive dimension ( Thürer et al., 2013 ), and topics such as “Green Supply Chain Management” (GSCM) are becoming increasingly important, mobilizing the scientific community ( Sarkis, 2012; Govindan and Cheng, 2011; Seuring and Müller, 2008 ). Thus, GHRM and GSCM are impacting the agendas of scholars and

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Journal of Cleaner ProductionElsevier

Published: Jan 20, 2016

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