Evidências teóricas sobre a contribuição da gestão por processos para a inovação ambiental

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2013-05-01

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The emergence of a new order of economic change has led organizations to incorporate sustainability practices in management processes and products. Organizations need environmental performance measures to drive long-term strategies and environmental innovation is the key to sustainability, both economically and environmentally. The consensus about the need for development of environmental practices in organizations, however, ignores the optimization of operations as a crucial factor to reduce the negative impacts of emissions. This optimization of operations and processes can be achieved with Business Process Management (BPM). The purpose of this article is that the BPM, with its focus on understanding, modeling, improvement, and optimization of business processes can contribute to environmental innovation. We used a systematic literature review to seek evidence for this proposition. We found evidence of positive relationships between the two issues, and the few studies that correlate the theme tell us that there is room for development of research in this area.

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Revista de Gestao Social e Ambiental, v. 7, n. 2, p. 37-52, 2013.

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