Acevedo, A. (2009). Personalist business ethics and humanistic management: Insights from Jacques Maritain. Journal of Business Ethics,
Adler, P. S. (1993). Time-and-motion regained. Harvard Business Review,
Adler, P. S., & Borys, B. (1996). Two types of bureaucracy: Enabling and coercive. Administrative Science Quarterly,
Arnaud, S., & Wasieleski, D. (2014). Corporate humanistic responsibility: Social performance through managerial discretion of the HRM. Journal of Business Ethics,
Bartel, A., Ichniowski, C., & Shaw, K. (2004). Using “insider econometrics” to study productivity. The American Economic Review,
Batt, R. (2002). Managing customer services: Human resource practices, quit rates, and sales growth. Academy of Management Journal,
Bessant, J., & Francis, D. (1999). Developing strategic continuous improvement capability. International Journal of Operations and Production Management,
Brenner, M. D., Fairris, D., & Ruser, J. (2004). “Flexible” work practices and occupational safety and health: Exploring the relationship between cumulative trauma disorders and workplace transformation. Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society,
Carrivick, P. J., Lee, A. H., & Yau, K. K. (2003). Zero-inflated poisson modeling to evaluate occupational safety interventions. Safety Science,
Carroll, A., and Buchholtz, A. (2014). Business and society: Ethics, sustainability, and stakeholder management. Cengage Learning. Chadwick, C. (2007). Examining non-linear relationships between human resource practices and manufacturing performance. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 60(4), 499–521.
Collins, J. (2001). Level 5 Leadership—The triumph of humility and fierce resolve. Harvard Business Review,
Conti, R., Angelis, J., Cooper, C., Faragher, B., & Gill, C. (2006). The effects of lean production on worker job stress. International Journal of Operations and Production Management,
Crane, A., & Matten, D. (2004). Business ethics, a European perspective: Managing corporate citizenship and sustainability in the age of globalization. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Cua, K. O., Mckone, K. E., & Schroeder, R. G. (2001). Relationships between implementation of TQM, JIT, and TPM and manufacturing performance. Journal of Operations Management,
Cullen, J. B., Parboteeah, K. P., & Victor, B. (2003). The effects of ethical climates on organizational commitment: A two-study analysis. Journal of Business Ethics,
De Treville, S., & Antonakis, J. (2006). Could lean production job design be intrinsically motivating? Contextual, configurational, and levels-of-analysis issues. Journal of Operations Management,
DuBois, C. L., & Dubois, D. A. (2012). Strategic HRM as social design for environmental sustainability in organization. Human Resource Management,
Emiliani, M. L. (1998). Lean behaviors. Management Decision,
Emiliani, M. L. (2003). Linking leaders’ beliefs to their behaviors and competencies. Management Decision,
Emiliani, B. (2008). Practical lean leadership: A strategic leadership guide for executives. Kensington, Conn: Center for Lean Business Management.
Fucini, J. J., & Fucini, S. (1990). Working for the Japanese. Inside Mazda’s American auto plant. New York: The Free Press.
Galsworth, G. D. (1997). Visual systems: Harnessing the power of the visual workplace (p. 320). New York: American Management Association.
Genaidy, A. M., & Karwowski, W. (2003). Human performance in lean production environment: Critical assessment and research framework. Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing and Service Industries,
Gond, J., Igalens, I., Swaen, V., & El Akremi, A. (2011). The human resources contribution to responsible leadership. Journal of Business Ethics,
Greenleaf, R. K. (2002). Servant leadership: A journey into the nature of legitimate power and greatness. Mahwah: Paulist Press.
Greenwood, M. (2007). Stakeholder engagement: Beyond the myth of corporate responsibility. Journal of Business Ethics,
Grolnick, W. S., Ryan, R. M., & Deci, E. L. (1991). The inner resources for school performance: Motivational mediators of children’s perceptions of their parents. Journal of Educational Psychology,
Hajmohammad, S., & Vachon, S. (2014). Safety culture: A catalyst for sustainable development. Journal of Business Ethics,
Harrison, B. (1994). Lean and mean: The changing landscape of corporate power in the age of flexibility. New York: Basic Books.
Hart, S. M. (2010). Self-regulation, corporate social responsibility, and the business case: Do they work in achieving workplace equality and safety? Journal of Business Ethics,
Hart, S. M. (2013). The crash of cougar flight 491: A case study of offshore safety and corporate social responsibility. Journal of Business Ethics,
Henderson, R., & Cockburn, I. (1996). Scale, scope, and spillovers: The determinants of research productivity in drug discovery. The Rand Journal of Economics,
Hirano, H. (1996). 5S for operators: 5 Pillars of the visual workplace. NY: Productivity Press.
Holweg, M. (2007). The genealogy of lean production. Journal of Operations Management,
Hummels, H., & de Leede, J. (2000). Teamwork and morality: comparing lean production and sociotechnology. Journal of Business Ethics,
Kaler, J. (2002). Morality and strategy in stakeholder identification. Journal of Business Ethics,
Kaler, J. (2003). Differentiating stakeholder theories. Journal of Business Ethics,
Kaminski, M. (2001). Unintended consequences: Organizational practices and their impact on workplace safety and productivity. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology,
Kaynak, H. (2003). The relationship between total quality management practices and their effects on firm performance. Journal of Operations Management,
Kickul, J., Gundry, L., & Posig, M. (2005). Does trust matter? The relationship between equity sensitivity and perceived organizational justice. Journal of Business Ethics,
Kleindorfer, P. R., Singhal, K., & Wassenhove, L. N. (2005). Sustainable operations management. Production and Operations Management,
Kochan, T. A., Lansbury, R. D., & MacDuffie, J. P. (1997). After lean production: Evolving employment practices in the world auto industry. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
Lepak, D. P., Liao, H., Chung, Y., & Harden, E. E. (2006). A conceptual review of human resource management systems in strategic human resource management research. Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management,
Lewis, M. A. (2000). Lean production and sustainable competitive advantage. International Journal of Operations and Production Management,
Liker, J. K. (2004). The Toyota way: 14 Management principles from the world’s greatest manufacturer. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Liker, J. K., & Ballé, M. (2013). Lean managers must be teachers. Journal of Enterprise Transformation,
Losonci, D., & Demeter, K. (2013). Lean production and business performance: International empirical results. Competitiveness Review,
Maak, T., & Pless, N. M. (2006). Responsible leadership in a stakeholder society—a relational perspective. Journal of Business Ethics,
MacDuffie, J. P. (1995). Human resource bundles and manufacturing performance: Organizational logic and flexible production systems in the world auto industry. Industrial and Labor Relations Review,
Martin, K. D., & Cullen, J. B. (2006). Continuities and extensions of ethical climate theory: A meta-analytic review. Journal of Business Ethics,
Mckone, K. E., Schroeder, R. G., & Cua, K. O. (2001). The impact of total productive maintenance on manufacturing performance. Journal of Operations Management,
Mele´, D. (2012). The firm as a ‘‘community of persons’’: A pillar of humanistic business ethos. Journal of Business Ethics,
Mele´, D., Argandona, A., & Sanchez-Runde, C. (2011). Facing the crisis: Toward a new humanistic synthesis for business. Journal of Business Ethics,
Miaou, S. P. (1994). The relationship between truck accidents and geometric design of road sections: poisson versus negative binomial regressions. Accident Analysis and Prevention,
Mullarkey, S., Jackson, P., & Parker, S. (1995). Employee reactions to JIT manufacturing practices: A two-phase investigation. International Journal of Operations and Production Management,
Neal, A., & Griffin, M. A. (2006). A study of the lagged relationships among safety climate, safety motivation, safety behavior, and accidents at the individual and group levels. Journal of Applied Psychology,
Parboteeah, K. P., & Kapp, E. A. (2008). Ethical climates and workplace safety behaviors: An empirical investigation. Journal of Business Ethics,
Parker, S. K., Wall, T. D., & Jackson, P. R. (1997). “That’s not my job”: Developing flexible employee work orientations. Academy of Management Journal,
Pfeffer, J., & Sutton, R. (2000). The knowing-doing gap: How smart companies turn knowledge into action. Boston: Harvard Business School Press.
Pfeffer, J., & Sutton, R. (2006). Hard facts, dangerous half-truths and total nonsense: Profiting from evidence-based management. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Business School Press.
Poch, M., & Mannering, F. (1996). Negative binomial analysis of intersection-accident frequencies. Journal of Transportation Engineering,
Podsakoff, P. M., Mackenzie, S. M., Podsakoff, N. P., & Lee, J. (2003). The mismeasure of man(agement) and its implications for leadership research. Leadership Quarterly,
Raiborn, C., & Payne, D. (1996). TQM: Just what the ethicist ordered. Journal of Business Ethics,
Rother, M. (2009). Toyota Kata: managing people for improvement, adaptiveness and superior results. New York: McGraw Hill.
Schroeder, R. G., & Flynn, B. (2001). High performance manufacturing: global perspective. New York: Wiley.
Schwartz, M. S., & Carroll, A. B. (2003). Corporate social responsibility: A three-domain approach. Business Ethics Quarterly,
Shah, R., & Ward, P. T. (2003). Lean manufacturing: Context, practice bundles, and performance. Journal of Operations Management,
Shah, R., & Ward, P. T. (2007). Defining and developing measures of lean production. Journal of Operations Management,
Spear, S. (2004). Learning to lead at Toyota. Harvard Business Review,
Spear, S., & Bowen, H. K. (1999). Decoding the DNA of the Toyota production system. Harvard Business Review,
Spitzeck, H. (2011). An integrated model of humanistic management. Journal of Business Ethics,
Szekely, F., & Knirsch, M. (2005). Responsible leadership and corporate social responsibility: Metrics for sustainable performance. European Management Journal,
Taylor, S., Osland, J., & Egri, C. P. (2012). Guest editors’ introduction: Introduction to HRM’s role in sustainability: Systems, strategies, and practices. Human Resource Management,
Vaccaro, A., Santana, A., & Wood, D. (2009). Introduction to the special issue on the impact of network ethics on business practices. Journal of Business Ethics, 90(4), 441–446.
Wimbush, J. C., & Shepard, J. M. (1994). Toward an understanding of ethical climate: Its relationship to ethical behavior and supervisory influence. Journal of Business Ethics,
Womack, J. P. (2011). Gemba walks. Cambridge: Lean Enterprise Institute.
Womack, S. K., Armstrong, T. J., & Liker, J. K. (2009). Lean job design and musculoskeletal disorder risk: A two plant comparison. Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing and Service Industries,
Womack, J. P., Jones, D. T., & Roos, D. (1990). The machine that changed the world. New York: MacMillan Press.
Wood, D. J. (1991). Corporate social performance revisited. Academy of Management Review,
Yeoman, R. (2014). Conceptualising meaningful work as a fundamental human need. Journal of Business Ethics,
Zhang, X., & Bartol, K. M. (2010). Linking empowering leadership and employee creativity: The influence of psychological empowerment, intrinsic motivation, and creative process engagement. Academy of Management Journal,
Zohar, D. (1980). Safety climate in industrial organizations: Theoretical and applied implications. Journal of Applied Psychology,
Zohar, D. (2000). A group-level model of safety climate: Testing the effect of group climate on microaccidents in manufacturing jobs. Journal of Applied Psychology,