Strategic Options Aimed To Remove The Main Constraints In Developing Pollution Control Strategies – A Project Management Approach
The paper aims to emphasize the role of project management, as a strategic option, encompassing integrated environmental issues, in removing the industry as well as the organizational barriers (constraints) in developing effective proactive environmental strategies. Assuming that nowadays environmental compliance is a cross-cutting issue of strategic management, the paper focuses on identifying viable alternatives for abating the external and internal barriers obstructing environmental adaptation. Therefore, achieving environmental compliance involves several interconnected factors that come into play during the execution of complex projects, which makes the strategic process of pollution control suitable for being approached by using tools, techniques and managerial frameworks which are specific to project management.
Volume (Year): 5 (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (November)
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