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Operations managers clearly play a critical role in targeting plant-level investments toward environment and safety practices. In principle, a “rational” response would be to align this investment with senior management's

Operations managers clearly play a critical role in targeting plant-level investments toward environment and safety practices. In principle, a “rational” response would be to align this investment with senior management's competitive goals for operational performance. However, operations managers also are influenced by contingent factors, such as their national culture, thus creating potential tension that might bias investment away from a simple rational response.

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  • 2015-02-01
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1111/deci.12121
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    Power, Damien, Klassen, Robert, Kull, Thomas J., & Simpson, Dayna (2015). Competitive Goals and Plant Investment in Environment and Safety Practices: Moderating Effect of National Culture. DECISION SCIENCES, 46(1), 63-100. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/deci.12121

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