- Apr 17, 2023
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- Category: Abstract of 4th-icnmbe
Proceedings of The 4th International Conference on New Trends in Management, Business and Economics
Examining the Impact of Sustainable Business Practices on the Sustainability Performance of Jordanian Manufacturing Firms
The triple bottom line, also known as the sustainability phenomenon and linked to sustainable supply chain management (SSCM), which refers to a company’s environmental, social, and economic concerns. Manufacturers have been drawn to SSCM because of the massive amounts of solid waste produced by industrial processes and the rising levels of air pollution brought on by other SCM operations. SSCM practices such as sustainable manufacturing, distribution, and procurement are linked to internal environmental management practices and are critical components for manufacturers to improve sustainable supply chain performance (SSCP). As a result, the purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of three types of SSCM practices, namely procurement, manufacturing, and distribution, on the SSCP of Jordanian manufacturing firms. The study relied on a convenient sample of 42 supply chain experts from Jordan’s manufacturing industry. The data of the study were analyzed using SPSS software through a regression test analysis. The results showed that only sustainable distribution practices had a significant impact on SSCP with a value less than 0.05. From a practical standpoint, these findings provide managers with a clear understanding of how to improve sustainable performance by implementing SSCM practices. Future research could examine the effects of various types of sustainable practices on various types of firm performance, such as environmental, economic, and social performance.
keywords: Sustainable distribution, sustainable manufacturing, sustainable procurement, sustainable supply chain management, sustainable supply chain performance