Assessing the barriers to green supply chain adoption using fuzzy DEMATEL technique
In recent decades, in line with increasing environmental risks and related human concerns, the concept of green supply chain has been introduced as a modern approach to reduce the environmental impact of organizational products by researchers. During recent years, public policy has led organizations to accept such concept. However, several obstacles have existed in the way of accepting green supply chain that should be removed. This study is an attempt to identify the main obstacles to the adoption of green supply chain and assess the impact and effectiveness of each of these obstacles on the entire system. In this regard, 18 factors were firstly identified as the main obstacles for green supply chain adoption. Statistical population of this study are 8 experts and professionals in Food Industry who are completely familiar with green supply chain. We have used fuzzy DEMATEL technique in order to assess causal relationship and also classify identified obstacles into two groups of cause and effect. The results indicate that the teaching staff and the support and participation of senior management play a vital role in the adoption of green supply chain.
Quarterly Journal of Bi Management Studies, Volume:5 Issue: 19, 2017
147 to 179  
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