Green Production Engineering and Management, First Edition
- 4h 38m
- Carolina Machado, J Paulo Davim
- Elsevier Science and Technology Books, Inc.
Green Production Engineering and Management is an interdisciplinary collection of the latest advances from academia and industry on the management of production engineering in a green and responsible way. Background theory, methods, tools and techniques, and case study examples are all combined to make a complete guide for researchers, engineers, and managers.
The interdisciplinary approach taken by this book allows a holistic understanding of a complex problem, helping readers with management backgrounds to better appreciate production engineering issues and vice versa. Themes such as social responsibility, green manufacturing, and productivity management are all tackled together, helping the reader see how they are all linked in the industrial environment, and how new advances in one field could lead to benefits in others.
Through the interdisciplinary exchange of principles, strategies, models, methodologies, and applications, this book hopes to uncover new ways to manage, think, and understand organizations, making them more strategic and competitive in the markets where they are or which they seek to occupy in the near future.
About the Author
Carolina Machado received her PhD degree in Management Sciences (Organizational and Politics Management/Human Resources Management) from the University of Minho in 1999, a Master degree in Management (Strategic Human Resource Management) from Technical University of Lisbon in 1994, and a Degree in Business Administration from the University of Minho in 1989. Dr. Machado has lectured in human resource management subjects since 1989 at the University of Minho and has been an Associate Professor there since 2004. Her professional experience and research interests include human resource management, international human resource management, human resource management in SMEs, training and development, change management, and knowledge management. She is Head of the Department of Management and Head of the Human Resource Management Work Group at the University of Minho, as well as the Chief Editor of the International Journal of Applied Management Sciences and Engineering (IJAMSE).
J. Paulo Davim is a Full Professor at the University of Aveiro, Portugal. He is also an honorary professor in several universities/colleges in China, India and Spain. He has more than 30 years of teaching and research experience in manufacturing, materials, mechanical and industrial engineering, with special emphasis in machining and tribology. He has worked as an evaluator of projects for the European Research Council (ERC) and other international research agencies as well as an examiner of Ph.D. theses for many universities in different countries. He is the editor-in-chief of several international journals, guest editor of several journals, series editor for Elsevier’s Woodhead Publishing Reviews: Mechanical Engineering book series, and scientific advisor for many international journals and conferences. Presently, he is an editorial board member of 30 international journals and acts as reviewer for more than 100 prestigious journals. In addition, he has also published as editor (and co-editor) more than 150 books and as author (and co-author) more than 15 books, 100 book chapters and 500 articles in journals and conferences. He has published more than 280 articles in prestigious journals.
In this Book
Systems Thinking and a Value-Based Definition of Sustainability as Base for a Social Enterprise
Blockchain Technology and Socially Sustainable Supply Chains—A Valuation Perspective
Project Selection for Sustainable Additive Manufacturing: A Case Study
Does Priority Sector Lending affect Profitability? An Empirical Study on Indian Public Sector Banks
The Momentum for Green Human Resources’ Management
Factors Involved in using Plastic Money in the Jangalmahal Region of West Bengal: An Empirical Study
Paradigms of Wisdom Economy for Manufacturing in a Post-Pandemic World
Desertec Initiative in Algeria—Challenges and Barriers
Connecting Ecological Economics, Green Management, Sustainable Development, and Circular Economy: Corporate Social Responsibility as the Synthetic Vector