in: International Journal of Management and Economics, 54(1), 3-17
Andrea Szalavetz in her article identifies the barriers to environmental performanceimprovement that can be mitigated through cross-functional collaboration (CFC). She argues that CFC can effectively address trade-offs and interdependencies among different aspects of sustainability, and itfosters the architectural components of green capabilities. The reasoning is illustrated with adequate reallifecases of trade-offs and interdependencies encountered by practitioners.
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