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Circular Economy for the Management of Operations


Section 1. Conceptual Understanding and Adoption Challenges of Circular Economy PracticesThe Conceptual Model Framework for the Role of Human Resources in the Adoption of the Circular Economy: A Content Analysis ApproachINTRODUCTIONTHE CE-SUSTAINABILITY LINKTHE ADOPTION OF CIRCULAR ECONOMYTHE ROLE OF HUMAN RESOURCESGreen HRMEffective Communication and Active Involvement of Value-Chain ActorsLeadership and Commitment from the Top ManagementEco-InnovationManagement ControlAwareness About the Circular EconomyEnergy Efficiency and Eco-Friendly Material Usage-Driven PracticesCONCLUSIONFUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONSREFERENCESClosing Loops, Easing Strains: Industry 4.0's Potential for Overcoming Challenges of Circularity in Manufacturing EnvironmentsINTRODUCTIONINDUSTRY 4.0 AND ITS UNDERPINNING TECHNOLOGIESConnectivity and Data Analytics (CDA)Autonomously Supervised Plant Systems (ASPS)Virtual Reality and Optimization (VRO)INDUSTRY 4.0 OPPORTUNITIES TO ESTABLISH CE ENVIRONMENTSOpportunities for Biological and Technical Cycle ImprovementsOpportunities for Product ImprovementsOpportunities for Firm ImprovementsOpportunities for Supply Chain ImprovementsREFERENCESReporting for New Business: Models The Challenge to Support the Circular EconomyINTRODUCTIONEVOLVING BUSINESS MODELSWHAT IS THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY?TRANSITIONING TO THE CETHE FINANCIAL REPORTING CHALLENGE FROM THE CEINTEGRATED REPORTING TO SUPPORT THE CECONCLUSIONREFERENCESSection 2. Achieving Sustainability through Circular Economy PracticesSustainability Through Green Manufacturing Systems: An Applied ApproachINTRODUCTIONLIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENTGREEN MANUFACTURINGGreen Manufacturing IndicatorsMetrics of Green ManufacturingProduct Level Indicator of GMIndices for Green Manufacturing (Industry Level)Green Manufacturing Development Procedure There are four significant steps in the development of the GM system.GREEN MANUFACTURING PRACTICESIndustrial SymbiosisDry MachiningNear Dry MachiningCryogenic MachiningCONCLUSIONREFERENCESCircular Economy: Assessing a Progress of Resources Efficient Practices in Hotel IndustryINTRODUCTIONLITERATURE REVIEWMETHODHOTELS AND CIRCULAR ECONOMY - CASE FILESI - Indian Hotels Company LimitedSustainability Practices and Conservation of Environment at Taj Group of HotelsEnergy and Climate ChangeResults of the InitiativesLimited Resources with Circular Economy ConceptsII - Shangri-LaIII - HiltonIV - AccorSustainable Practices to Support Remote Location TourismDISCUSSION AND ANALYSISCONCLUSION AND SUGGESTIONREFERENCESA Governance-Practice Framework for Remanufacturing in the Indian Automobile SectorINTRODUCTIONLITERATURE REVIEW: PROBLEM AREAS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR REMANUFACTURING IN THE AUTOMOBILES SECTOREXPLORING THE FRAMEWORKThe State-Industry LinkThe State-Consumer LinkThe Firm-Consumer LinkTHE AUTOMOBILE FIRM'S PERSPECTIVE: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIESChallenges in Operations ManagementThe Firm-Remanufacturer RelationshipCONCLUSIONENDNOTEREFERENCESSection 3. Applications of Advanced Methods in the Adoption of Circular Economy PracticesFuzzy Global Criterion Method for Solving Multiobjective Sustainable Supplier Selection ProblemINTRODUCTIONSUPPLIER SELECTION CRITERIA IN SUSTAINABILITY PROCESSLiterature SurveyFormulation of Multiple Objective Supplier Selection ProblemGLOBAL CRITERION METHODFuzzy Global Criterion MethodAPPLICATIONRESULT AND SUGGESTIONSACKNOWLEDGMENTREFERENCESSustainability and ОБЕ Gains in Manufacturing Operations Through TPMINTRODUCTIONPROBLEM FORMULATIONANALYSISRESULTS AND DISCUSSIONCONCLUSIONREFERENCESA Multi-Criteria Decision-Making Model for Agricultural Machinery SelectionINTRODUCTIONLITERATURE REVIEWMATERIALS AND METHODSRevised SIMOS MethodELECTRE Method for Interval Data and Target Criteria (ELECTRE-IDAT)CASE STUDY: SELECTION OF COTTON HARVESTING MECHANISMRESULTS AND DISCUSSIONCONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION FOR FURTHER STUDYREFERENCESSection 4. Circular Economy and Related Area Practices in Operations ManagementChallenges in Implementing Green Supply Chain Management in SMEs: A Case Study of a South Korean CompanyINTRODUCTIONLITERATURE REVIEWEnvironmental ManagementSupply Chain ManagementGreen Supply Chain ManagementGreen Supply Chain Management in SMEs and its Motivating FactorsSouth Korean Green Supply Chain (GSC) ProgrammesMETHODOLOGYFINDINGS AND DISCUSSIONSRECOMMENDATIONS AND CONCLUSIONSREFERENCESDrivers for Adoption of Green Logistics as a Means to Achieve Circular Economy by Organized Retail SectorINTRODUCTIONREVIEW OF LITERATUREPROBLEM DEFINITIONSOLUTION METHODOLOGYANALYSIS OF RESULTS AND FINDINGSTest of AssumptionsConvergent ValidityRegression Test ResultGoodness of FitAN OVA AnalysisMeasures to Achieve Circular Economy Through Green Logistics:CONCLUSIONCONFLICT OF INTERESTACKNOWLEDGEMENTREFERENCESFramework for Sustainable Food Systems Holistic Mitigation and AdaptationINTRODUCTIONSUSTAINABLE FOOD DISTRIBUTIONSUSTAINABLE FOOD SYSTEMS: A WAY FORWARDMICROENTERPRISE MATRIX FOR HOLISTIC MITIGATION AND ADAPTATIONCONCLUSIONREFERENCESSupply Chain Network Design Models for a Circular Economy: A Review a a Case Study AssessmentINTRODUCTIONRESEARCH METHODOLOGYLITERATURE REVIEW FINDINGSConsiderations for Supply Chain Network Design/RedesignEnvironmental/Green Supply Chain ModelsClosed-Loop Supply Chain ModelsCost-Efficiency Optimization ModelsSupply Chain Risk Management ModelsCASE STUDY OF THE GLOBAL TIRE MANUFACTURING FIRMCurrent Supply Chain Network Analysis of the Case FirmRecommendations for the Case FirmCONCLUSION AND LESSONS LEARNEDREFERENCES
 
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