Author(s): Abdulah M. Aseri
Successful Green Supply Chain Management (GSCM) implementation requires a clear identification and understanding of organizational factors including internal and external factors. Towards this end, this research explores and investigates the organizational factors that affect the willingness of management to implement GSC management in the Jordanian food industry. Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) was employed to analyze research data and to test its hypotheses. The results showed a significant impact for the management willingness on implementation of GSC. In addition, Existing Facilities-as an internal organizational factor- had a significant impact on management's willingness to implement it. The results also revealed that suppliers - as an external organizational factor- had a significant impact on management's willingness to implement GSC.