Pavel Castka
Pavel Castka
Professor in Operations Management and Sustainability, UC Business School, University of Canterbury
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How can SMEs effectively implement the CSR agenda? A UK case study perspective
P Castka, MA Balzarova, CJ Bamber, JM Sharp
Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management 11 (3), 140-149, 2004
4112004
ISO 26000 and supply chains—On the diffusion of the social responsibility standard
P Castka, MA Balzarova
International Journal of Production Economics 111 (2), 274-286, 2008
3582008
Sustainability in the New Zealand wine industry: drivers, stakeholders and practices
B Gabzdylova, JF Raffensperger, P Castka
Journal of Cleaner Production 17 (11), 992-998, 2009
2992009
Factors affecting successful implementation of high performance teams
P Castka, CJ Bamber, JM Sharp, P Belohoubek
Team Performance Management: An International Journal 7 (7/8), 123-134, 2001
2492001
Integrating corporate social responsibility (CSR) into ISO management systems–in search of a feasible CSR management system framework
P Castka, CJ Bamber, DJ Bamber, JM Sharp
The TQM magazine 16 (3), 216-224, 2004
2362004
The impact of ISO 9000 and ISO 14000 on standardisation of social responsibility—an inside perspective
P Castka, MA Balzarova
International Journal of Production Economics 113 (1), 74-87, 2008
2092008
Cross‐functional team working for overall equipment effectiveness (OEE)
CJ Bamber, P Castka, JM Sharp, Y Motara
Journal of Quality in Maintenance Engineering 9 (3), 223-238, 2003
2082003
Stakeholders’ influence and contribution to social standards development: The case of multiple stakeholder approach to ISO 26000 development
MA Balzarova, P Castka
Journal of Business Ethics 111 (2), 265-279, 2012
1572012
A critical look on quality through CSR lenses: Key challenges stemming from the development of ISO 26000
P Castka, MA Balzarova
International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management 24 (7), 738-752, 2007
1392007
Underlying mechanisms in the maintenance of ISO 14001 environmental management system
MA Balzarova, P Castka
Journal of Cleaner Production 16 (18), 1949-1957, 2008
1362008
The effect of pressure from secondary stakeholders on the internalization of ISO 14001
P Castka, D Prajogo
Journal of Cleaner Production 47, 245-252, 2013
1282013
Corporate social responsibility in Malaysia–experts' views and perspectives
JY Lu, P Castka
Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management 16 (3), 146-154, 2009
1272009
Adoption of social responsibility through the expansion of existing management systems
P Castka, MA Balzarova
Industrial Management & Data Systems 108 (3), 297-309, 2008
1102008
Social responsibility standardization: Guidance or reinforcement through certification?
P Castka, MA Balzarova
Human Systems Management 27 (3), 231-242, 2008
942008
Towards understanding the impeders of strategy implementation in higher education (HE): A case of HE institutes in Iran
FR Alashloo, P Castka, JM Sharp
Quality Assurance in Education 13 (2), 132-147, 2005
932005
Management systems standards: Diffusion, impact and governance of ISO 9000, ISO 14000, and other management standards
P Castka, CJ Corbett
Foundations and Trends in Technology, Information and Operations Management …, 2015
912015
Governance of eco-labels: Expert opinion and media coverage
P Castka, CJ Corbett
Journal of Business Ethics 135 (2), 309-326, 2016
892016
Measuring teamwork culture: the use of a modified EFQM model
P Castka, CJ Bamber, JM Sharp
Journal of Management Development 22 (2), 149-170, 2003
742003
Third party assessment: the role of the maintenance function in an integrated management system
CJ Bamber, JM Sharp, P Castka
Journal of Quality in Maintenance Engineering 10 (1), 26-36, 2004
722004
How organisational culture impacts on the implementation of ISO 14001: 1996–a UK multiple‐case view
MA Balzarova, P Castka, CJ Bamber, JM Sharp
Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management 17 (6), 89-103, 2006
712006
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