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Scoping research on sustainability performance from manufacturing industry sector


Sustainability is a key area of concern for manufacturing firms’ long-term success. However, the manufacturing industry has not been fully conscious of the potential sustainable values across manufacturing system. There is a need to better understand how companies can improve sustainable value creation. Recent research and practices have shown that sustainable operations can be one way to create sustainable values (e.g. economic, environmental and social). This review article focuses on the available empirical studies on the impact of lean and sustainability practices on sustainable performance from 2000 to 2018 in the context of manufacturing firms. Integrating lean and sustainability practices into manufacturing system confronts operations managers with paradoxical tensions of sustainability objectives. Theoretically having paradoxical mindset will help firms’ managers make sense of and respond to such paradoxical tensions. In the context of sustainable operations studies, the issue of paradoxical mindset has been given less emphasis. Therefore, through the lens of the paradox theory, this study has developed a new conceptual framework for future research to investigate how paradoxical mindset moderates the impact of lean and sustainability practices on the sustainable performance of manufacturing industry. This study may add to the understanding of the circumstances, under which lean and sustainability practices impact sustainable outcomes.


Keywords: sustainability performance, economic performance, social performance, manufacturing firms






2017: CiteScore – 0.30; SNIP – 0.433; SJR – 0.143


I.H. Droup Adam, A. Jusoh , A. Mardani , D. Streimikiene , K. Md Nor. 2019. Scoping research on sustainability performance from manufacturing industry sector. In Problems and Perspectives in Management. Vol.17, Issue 2, pp. 134—146; ISSN 1727-7051 (print), 1810-5467 (online); http://dx.doi.org/10.21511/ppm.17(2).2019.10; [Academic Resource Index; Australian Business Deans Council; BFI lists (List of Journals recommended by the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science); Carleton University journal list (Canada); La Clasificación Integrada de Revistas Científicas – CIRC (В); Dimensions; Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ); Directory of Open Access Scholarly Resources (ROAD); EconBiz; Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA); Federation of Finnish Learned Societies (JUFO); The Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT), Portugal; German Academic Association for Business Research (VHB-Jourqual 3); Google Scholar; Handelsblatt-VWL; Information Matrix for the Analysis of Journals (MIAR); Italian Academy of Business Economics (AIDEA); Italian National Agency for the Evaluation of the University and Research Systems (ANVUR); Journal Guide; List of Journals recommended by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine (А); Microsoft Academic; Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals, Series and Publishers (NSD); OCLC WorldCat; Publicaciones Especializadas de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación – PUBLINDEX; SciLit; Scopus; SHERPA/RoMEO; UGC Approved List of Journals; University of Pune journal list (India); ZETOC; РИНЦ].


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