1. FADWA BOUHANNANA - Laboratory of Systems Engineering and Decision Making Ibn Zohr University, Agadir, Morocco Agadir, Morocco 2. AKRAM El KORCHI - Akram El Korchi Laboratory of Systems Engineering and Decision Making Ibn Zohr University, Agadir, Morocco Agadir, Morocco Agadir, Morocco
Over the past few years, organizations have been conducted to implement new patterns by introducing novel material and communication networks and developing more efficient product flows due to market pressures. Supply chains are viewed as a means to succeed in this field, as they may help to implement new management patterns. Three concepts, namely lean, green, and agile, deserve to be seriously addressed due to their significant importance in enhancing supply chain performance. Nevertheless, conciliating the agile and lean principles for decreasing the environmental impacts is a comparatively new topic that is not clearly and structurally defined. The present paper aims to find new research routes and discover gaps in the literature through a systematic literature review with regard to lean, green and agile paradigms. This work is an attempt to summarize the state-of-art researches on the lean, green, and agile concepts in supply chain management and to try to find the way they are linked to each other.
Supply chain management; Agile; Lean; Green; Systematic literature review.