Sustainable Supply Chain Management

Background

Circular economy stimulates a significant growth for supply chain organizations due to the consciousness on the environment, energy conservation and the global competitive atmosphere. Due to these factors, it is not only a single organization’s responsibility but also the responsibility of all the stakeholders in the supply chain. Rapid change in climate, pollution and customer expectations sum up the performance of sustainability of an
Circular economy primarily focuses on utilizing resources, conserving energy and managing physical flow of goods in supply chain systems effectively among the stakeholders. A concept that helps supply chain in the path of circular economy is industrial symbiosis with an intention to extract the maximum benefits of resources, products, energy consumption and synergize it to attain more sustainability across the supply
In this context, Manavalann and Jayakrishna. (2019) point out that Sustainable Supply Chain Management (SSCM) redefines the operational efficiency and can create a trend in the future strategic growth of the organization. Discovering new paths to support SSCM for circular economy becomes vital if the limits of sustainability are to be expanded.
Some reflexion questions:
How circular economy can be influenced in supply chain by recycling the industrial of product that can improve the sustainability of the organization?
How to transform linear economy into circular economy to reduce the production wastages and reuse by-products as much as possible?
How to recover the generated energy and optimize the utilization of available resources?
How technology can help supply chain network to be more sustainable in terms of social accountability, environmental awareness and economic practices?

Report Guidelines
3.1 Report Format

Main contents: typed in Times New Roman, 12 Font, 1.5 line spacing
Main heading: 14 Font, Bold; Sub-heading: 12 Font, Bold
Numbering of headings and sub-headings where appropriate (e.g., 1…1.1…1.1.1…)
Use diagrams and tables where appropriate
You can use bullet points in some, but not all, instances

3.2. Report Structure

Title page – (1) The title of the coursework must outline the project (for example, the title including the name of the firm), (2) module name/number (i.e. BE275),
Executive summary – Previews the main points from each section of the report and this should be no more than 1 page in length. (You can use bullet points to present the summary)
Table of contents – Includes all section headings with corresponding page numbers
List of figures – This includes titles of all figures presented in the report with corresponding page numbers
List of tables – This includes titles of all tables presented in the report with corresponding page numbers
Introduction – This is about what the report is for (i.e. purpose); for whom it is written (i.e. situation); and what are its main contents.
Main body – This will include detailed answers for the problem identification. Embed the literature review, or theoretical concepts, approaches and issues in the overall analysis presented in the report.
Conclusions and recommendations – Summarise the main points of your analysis and discuss the recommendations.
References – Use the appropriate sources for referencing (APA; Harvard,…).
Appendices – If it is necessary, the secondary information table or summary can be presented as an appendix.

3.3 Using Reference Material for the Theoretical Background:

The report MUST use a minimum of 5 academic journal articles in developing the theoretical concepts. These journal articles can be either from the list of articles recommended in the essential reading books for lecture topics, or the student can use other journal articles too.
Suggested Journal Lists
Journal of Operations Management
Business Strategy and the environment.
Ecological Economics.
Journal Cleaner Production
International Journal of Operations and Production Management
Production and Operations Management
Journal of Supply Chain Management
Manufacturing and Service Operations Management
Production Planning and Control
Supply Chain Management: An International Journal
Environmental Science and Policy
Environmental Science and Technology
Global Environmental Change
Journal of Environmental Management
In addition, the report should show evidence of an extensive use of other well established and reputable literature sources such as books, other journal articles or other sources of information from the business newspapers and magazines.

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