The impact of sustainability strategic planning and management on the organizational sustainable performance: A developing-country perspective

Date

2022-01-03

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ISSN

0301-4797

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Publisher

Elsevier

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Article

Peer reviewed

Yes

Abstract

The purpose of this article is to comprehensively describe the impact of sustainability strategic planning and management (SSPM) on organisational sustainable performance in a developing country context. A mixed method approach was adopted; data were collected using an interview and a survey targeting 126 organisations operating in the foremost polluting Palestinian manufacturing private sectors. The analyses were conducted employing thematic analysis and Partial Least Squares Structural Equation Modelling (PLS-SEM). The results from data analysis confirm that SSPM had a positive effect on the three dimensions of organisational sustainable performance (i.e. social, ecological and economic). Furthermore, the paper has developed a framework to facilitate integrating SSPM into the business model of manufacturing organisations in a developing country context. This paper is considered among the very few studies exploring the ‘questioned’ impacts of SSPM on organisational sustainable performance in a developing country.

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Keywords

Strategic sustainable development, leadership, sustainability principles, sustainability science, FSSD, SSPM, developing countries

Citation

Thaher, Y.A.Y. and Jaaron, A.A.M. (2022). The impact of sustainability strategic planning and management on the organizational sustainable performance: A developing-country perspective, Journal of Environmental Management, 305, 114381

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Centre for Enterprise and Innovation (CEI)