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Evaluating Disruptive Innovation Project Management Capabilities
Firms must adapt to a business environment in constant flux. Economic and political factors and the constant interruption of new technologies force firms and organizations to change and to adapt, so that they are not left ...
Worker Involvement and Performance in Italian Social Enterprises: The Role of Motivations, Gender and Workload
Over the past two decades, organizational sustainability has been studied from several different perspectives, such as marketing, governance, strategy, and human resource management (HRM). However, sustainability framed ...
Lessons, narratives, and research directions for a sustainable circular economy
The current enthusiasm for the circular economy (CE) offers a unique opportunity to advance the impact of research on sustainability transitions. Diverse interpretations of CE by scholars, however, produce partly opposing ...
Circular economy implementation in the agricultural sector: Definition, strategies and indicators
(Elsevier B.V., 2021)
In the current context of resource scarcity, global climate change, environmental degradation, and increasing food demand, the circular economy (CE) represents a promising strategy for supporting sustainable, restorative, ...
Circular economy business models and technology management strategies in the wind industry: Sustainability potential, industrial challenges and opportunities
Circular business models, aimed at narrowing, slowing, and closing resource loops, can potentially generate significant economic and social benefits, promote resource security and improve environmental performance. However, ...