Integracija metodologija za kontinuirano unapređenje i zelenih inovacija Put ka održivim organizacijama

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Alija Salkunić Lidija Gadže Anđela Vila

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Održive organizacije su one koje aktivno teže održivom razvoju i integrišu principe održivosti u sve aspekte svog poslovanja, uključujući i procese kontinuiranog poboljšanja. Takve organizacije prepoznaju važnost balansa između ekonomskih, ekoloških i društvenih faktora, te stalno rade na unapređenju svih tih oblasti. Ovaj rad, na osnovu teorijskih razmatranja. istražuje integraciju metodologija kontinuiranog poboljšanja, kao što su Kaizen i Lean pristupi, sa zelenim inovacijama i principima održivosti kako bi se postigla održiva poslovna praksa. Fokus je na razumevanju kako ove metodologije mogu podržati razvoj održivih organizacija i doprineti održivom razvoju.


Metodologije kontinuiranog poboljšanja, poput Kaizena i Lean pristupa, ističu značaj eliminacije gubitaka i optimizacije procesa, dok zelene inovacije teže unapređenju proizvoda i usluga sa minimalnim negativnim uticajem po životnu sredinu. Integracija ovih pristupa omogućava organizacijama da postignu ciljeve efikasnosti i konkurentnosti, istovremeno smanjujući svoj ekološki otisak. U radu je predlažen i model koji integriše koncepte Lean, KAIZEN™ i zelene inovacije za postizanje održivosti. KAIZEN™ pristup se koristi kako bi osigurala uključenost svih u organizaciji u smanjenju bilo kakvog negativnog ekološkog uticaja bez velikih kapitalnih ulaganja. Metodologija implementacije opisuje logičan niz koraka. Ona je sistematična, lako razumljiva i jednostavna u strukturi, i može se primeniti bez mnogo resursa od strane organizacija svih veličina i sektora.

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SALKUNIĆ, Alija; GADŽE, Lidija; VILA, Anđela. Integracija metodologija za kontinuirano unapređenje i zelenih inovacija. Zbornik Međunarodnog kongresa o procesnoj industriji – Procesing, [S.l.], v. 37, n. 1, p. 37-49, june 2024. Dostupno na: <https://izdanja.smeits.rs/index.php/ptk/article/view/8042>. Datum pristupa: 17 july 2024 doi: https://doi.org/10.24094/ptk.024.037.
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Inženjerski menadžment, kvalitet i standardizacija

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