Brian Donnellan

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R esearchers estimate that information and communication technology (ICT) is responsible for at least 2 percent of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.1 Furthermore, in any individual business, ICT is responsible for a much higher percentage of that business’s GHG footprint. Yet researchers also estimate that ICT can provide business solutions to reduce(More)
Purpose – This paper seeks to explore the processes and channels through which valuable knowledge from outside the firm reaches those employees who can exploit that knowledge for innovative purposes. It seeks to identify the specific talents exhibited by the key individuals involved in facilitating these important knowledge flows. It also aims to detail the(More)
The objective of this panel is to discuss how firms can operate both an open and agile innovation process. In an era of unprecedented changes, companies need to be open and agile in order to adapt rapidly and maximize their innovation processes. Proponents of agile methods claim that one of the main distinctions between agile methods and their traditional(More)
The research project presented in this paper is being conducted in collaboration with Dublin City Council and Intel Corporation, and is focused on the development of a Smart City maturity model. This paper focuses on the research methodology that is being used for this study, i.e. Action Design Research (Sein et al. 2011). Particularly, we will describe why(More)
Intel Corporation set itself a goal to reduce its global-warming greenhouse gas footprint by 20% by 2012 from 2007 levels. Through the use of sustainable IT, the Intel IT organization is recognized as a significant contributor to the company’s sustainability strategy by transforming its IT operations and overall Intel operations. This article describes how(More)