Economic, environmental, marketing and logistic effects of intellectual capital resulting from the implementation of green supply chains

Anna Maryniak

Abstract

On the basis of the obtained data, it can be claimed that companies, which have intellectual capital on a higher level obtain significantly better economic results in GSCM than companies, which have this capital on a lower level. For example, a well-developed training system, a motivation system, sharing non-codified knowledge, a huge experience of employees or limiting rotations of employees contributes to an easier implementation of green activities. The companies, which want to implement GSCM, should first verify the potential of such capital. Therefore, it seems that it is a critical point in the process of the implementation of green supply chains. Considering the relations of each type of capital, confirmed in numerous research, we can assume that relational and organizational capital have a meaning, but a secondary one. Human capital alone, in interaction with other types of capital improves significantly economic and marketing-logistic results.
Author Anna Maryniak (WZ / KLiT)
Anna Maryniak,,
- Department of Logistics and Transport
Other language title versionsЕкономічні, екологічні, маркетингові і логістичні ефекти інтеллектуального капіталу в результаті імплементації “зелених” ланцюгів поставок
Journal seriesVisnik. Logistika, ISSN 0321-0499, (0 pkt)
Issue year2017
No863
Pages285-294
Publication size in sheets0.5
Keywords in Englishintellectual capital, green supply chain, corporate social responsibility, supply chain and the effects of intellectual capital
Languageen angielski
Score (nominal)5
Score sourcejournalList
ScoreMinisterial score = 5.0, 20-03-2020, ArticleFromJournal
Citation count*1 (2020-07-04)
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