Moderating role of perceived benefit between sustainable environmental manufacturing practices and firm performance

The need to maintain a balance between the developmental and environmental issues in manufacturing firms is required to ensure that the cost of environmental changes does not negate the economic benefits perceived by the firms.Therefore, this study investigated the effect of sustainable environmenta...

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Main Authors: Adebambo, Hameed O., Ashari, Hasbullah, Nordin, Norani
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spelling my.uum.repo.177022016-04-10T07:27:15Z http://repo.uum.edu.my/17702/ Moderating role of perceived benefit between sustainable environmental manufacturing practices and firm performance Adebambo, Hameed O. Ashari, Hasbullah Nordin, Norani HD28 Management. Industrial Management The need to maintain a balance between the developmental and environmental issues in manufacturing firms is required to ensure that the cost of environmental changes does not negate the economic benefits perceived by the firms.Therefore, this study investigated the effect of sustainable environmental manufacturing practices on firm performance via the moderating effect of perceived benefits.The study used a survey questionnaire which was posted to the operation, manufacturing manager and the environmental, health and safety manager to collect 103 data from the Malaysian manufacturing firms.The data collected was analyzed with smartPLS 2. M3.The study found that sustainable environmental manufacturing practices significantly influence environmental performance, while perceived benefits moderates between sustainable environmental manufacturing practices and operational performance. The study has revealed the understanding of the scenario of sustainable manufacturing practices in a developing country as yet to be considered as a strategic factor.Therefore, it is suggested that more awareness should be created to enlighten the manufacturing practitioners not only to perceive sustainable environmental practices as ethical, but also as a strategic factor to enhance achieving better firm performance. Penerbit UTM Press 2015 Article PeerReviewed application/pdf en http://repo.uum.edu.my/17702/1/JT%2077%2027%20%2091%E2%80%9396.pdf Adebambo, Hameed O. and Ashari, Hasbullah and Nordin, Norani (2015) Moderating role of perceived benefit between sustainable environmental manufacturing practices and firm performance. Jurnal Teknologi, 77 (27). pp. 91-96. ISSN 0127-9696 http://doi.org/10.11113/jt.v77.6898 doi:10.11113/jt.v77.6898
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Adebambo, Hameed O.
Ashari, Hasbullah
Nordin, Norani
Moderating role of perceived benefit between sustainable environmental manufacturing practices and firm performance
description The need to maintain a balance between the developmental and environmental issues in manufacturing firms is required to ensure that the cost of environmental changes does not negate the economic benefits perceived by the firms.Therefore, this study investigated the effect of sustainable environmental manufacturing practices on firm performance via the moderating effect of perceived benefits.The study used a survey questionnaire which was posted to the operation, manufacturing manager and the environmental, health and safety manager to collect 103 data from the Malaysian manufacturing firms.The data collected was analyzed with smartPLS 2. M3.The study found that sustainable environmental manufacturing practices significantly influence environmental performance, while perceived benefits moderates between sustainable environmental manufacturing practices and operational performance. The study has revealed the understanding of the scenario of sustainable manufacturing practices in a developing country as yet to be considered as a strategic factor.Therefore, it is suggested that more awareness should be created to enlighten the manufacturing practitioners not only to perceive sustainable environmental practices as ethical, but also as a strategic factor to enhance achieving better firm performance.
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title Moderating role of perceived benefit between sustainable environmental manufacturing practices and firm performance
title_short Moderating role of perceived benefit between sustainable environmental manufacturing practices and firm performance
title_full Moderating role of perceived benefit between sustainable environmental manufacturing practices and firm performance
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title_full_unstemmed Moderating role of perceived benefit between sustainable environmental manufacturing practices and firm performance
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