期望与环境绩效反馈:绿色供应链管理的行为视角Aspirations and environmental performance feedback: a behavioral perspective for green supply chain management

时间:2022-05-23         阅读:

光华讲坛——社会名流与企业家论坛第6143期

主题期望与环境绩效反馈:绿色供应链管理的行为视角Aspirations and environmental performance feedback: a behavioral perspective for green supply chain management

主讲人浙江大学 寿涌毅教授

主持人西南财经大学经济与管理研究院 潘梦阳副教授

时间2022年5月31日(周二)上午10:00—12:00

地点腾讯会议:433-484-575, 会议密码:123456

主办单位:经济与管理研究院 科研处

主讲人简介:

寿涌毅博士,浙江大学管理学院教授,博士生导师;新加坡南洋理工大学博士;英国剑桥大学访问学者,美国印第安纳大学访问学者。学术研究涉及运营管理(包括供应链、物流及项目管理)、创新管理、可持续管理等领域。在IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, International Journal of Operations & Production Management, International Journal of Production Economics, Transportation Research等国内外一流期刊上发表论文数十篇。目前担任International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, Industrial Management & Data Systems, International Journal of Logistics: Research & Applications等SSCI/SCI期刊区域编辑或编委,《管理工程学报》项目管理专题负责人。

内容提要:

本研究调查环境绩效反馈与绿色供应链管理之间的关系,具体而言,从企业行为理论的视角探索了环境绩效反馈在高于或低于期望水平时对于企业进行绿色供应链管理活动(特别是可持续生产和可持续采购管理)的影响机制。这一问题在运营管理文献中受到的关注还较少。本研究采用结构线性模型对一项跨国调查问卷的数据进行假设检验,并通过稳健性检验排除了另外的解释可能,即财务绩效对于企业采取可持续生产和可持续采购管理的影响。结果显示,企业会根据环境绩效反馈决定其对于可持续生产和可持续采购的投入程度。在期望与绩效反馈差距更大时,企业会加大其对绿色供应链管理活动的投入。本研究采用行为视角,发现环境绩效反馈对于企业绿色供应链管理具有影响,为绿色供应链管理文献做出贡献。本研究也拓展了企业行为理论在绿色供应链管理领域的应用,表明在这一领域中绩效反馈是通过环境绩效而非财务绩效产生作用。

This study investigates the relationships between environmental performance feedback and green supply chain management (GSCM). It explores how environmental performance above or below aspirations affects the implementation of GSCM practices (specifically sustainable production and sustainable sourcing) through the lens of the behavioral theory of the firm (BTOF), which has received scant attention in the operations management literature. Using data of a multinational survey, we employ hierarchical linear regression to test the proposed hypotheses. Moreover, the study tests an alternative model to rule out the possible role of financial performance aspirations in explaining the implementation of sustainable production and sourcing. The results indicate that organizations determine their efforts put into the two GSCM practices according to environmental performance feedback: the greater the aspiration-environmental performance discrepancy, the stronger the efforts put into implementing GSCM practices. This study contributes to the GSCM literature by revealing the impact of environmental performance aspirations on the implementation of GSCM practices through the lens of the BTOF. It also extends the BTOF by applying it in the GSCM context and indicating that performance feedback is based on environmental performance instead of financial performance in this specific context.

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