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Green Processing and Synthesis

Editor-in-Chief: Hessel, Volker

Editorial Board Member: Akay, Galip / Arends, Isabel / Cann, Michael C. / Cheng, Yi / Cravotto, Giancarlo / Gruber-Wölfler, Heidrun / Kralisch, Dana / D. P. Nigam, Krishna / Saha, Basudeb / Serra, Christophe A. / Zhang, Wei


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Finding the most effective organization for a global green processing practice network

1Chair, Research and New Technology Committee, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 3 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10016-5991, USA

Citation Information: Green Processing and Synthesis. Volume 1, Issue 2, Pages 145–148, ISSN (Online) 2191-9550, ISSN (Print) 2191-9542, DOI: 10.1515/gps-2012-0005, April 2012

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Received:
2012-01-24
Accepted:
2012-03-07

Abstract

Green initiatives worldwide should unite into a global network for sharing technology and best practices. This network is needed to informally share technology outside any system of financial incentives. When the global network works effectively toward global metrics, measurable improvement for all, regardless of nation or local government, can be made. Knowledge from accumulated research on organizational dynamics, knowledge management and communication should be applied to developing the structure for this network.

Keywords: global; knowledge management; network; organizational dynamics; tacit knowledge

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