Martínez, R. E., & Kunapatarawong, R. (2019). Green innovation and knowledge: The role of size. Business Strategy and the Environment, 28(6), 1045–1059. This paper reports research on the relationship between a firm’s knowledge sourcing strategy and green innovation.
Wong, C. W. Y., Lai, K., Pang, Y., Lee, H. S. Y., & Cheng, T. C. E. (2020). Sourcing green makes green: Evidence from the BRICs. Industrial Marketing Management, 88, 426–436. This paper addresses increasing environmental concerns. Many developing countries—especially Brazil, Russia, India, and China (the BRICs), which serve as the world’s major business-to-business (B2B) servicing hubs offering manufacturing and sourcing services—seek solutions to reduce damage caused to the environment. The authors draw on Systems Theory to investigate the manner in which sourcing options of input materials affect the environmental performance of servicing firms in the BRICs.
Ballinger, N. (2020). When just-in-time is not enough: Do manufacturers need a new model of inventory management? Logistics & Transport Focus, 22(11), 57. In this paper, you will take a look at whether just-in-time delivery is an adequate method, or whether it’s time to look for a new model in inventory management.
Ziniel, C., & Bradley, T. (2018). Greening British businesses: SMEs and the new wave of the environmental social movement. International Journal of Social Quality, 8(2), 1–26. This article examines relationships between a new wave of radical green activism and an increase in greening businesses in Britain.
Northcentral University. (2019). NU Kaltura Capture user guide. Northcentral University. This resource includes the instructions for recording and uploading audio pieces and videos into NCUOne using Kaltura Capture.