Shared values for shared and sustainable logistics
Typically, shared values support a more cohesive perspective on what matters. Shared values are necessary for partial logistics to become sustainable. Think of widely accepted values such as safety, privacy and health. To what extent do the interdependencies between stakeholders make their collaboration stronger? And if parties in such a network share responsibilities, do the different interests influence the vulnerability of projects? Is shared decision-making facilitated by the process of creating shared values? Do they make the collaborative process stronger? We investigate this in SMiLES.
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