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This research paper delves into the examination of the advantages associated with the implementation of Total Quality Management (TQM) and Green Supply Chain Management (GSCM) practices in Pakistan's textile industry to foster sustainable operations. The study discovers that the adoption of TQM and GSCM practices yields positive outcomes for sustainable operations, encompassing improvements in product quality, operational efficiency, and environmental preservation. Nonetheless, certain barriers impede the implementation process, including a lack of awareness, limited resources, and resistance to change. The study puts forth several recommendations tailored to the textile industry, encompassing leadership commitment, employee training initiatives, supplier collaboration, and the integration of sustainability principles into the organizational culture. By shedding light on the benefits of TQM and GSCM practices, the research contributes to existing knowledge by providing empirical evidence that supports the notion of leveraging these practices in the textile industry. Such adoption leads to competitive advantages, cost savings, and the cultivation of environmental responsibility within the industry.
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