An Enterprise Architecture Approach towards Environmental Management

@inproceedings{Noran2010AnEA,
  title={An Enterprise Architecture Approach towards Environmental Management},
  author={Ovidiu Noran},
  booktitle={EAI2N},
  year={2010}
}
  • O. Noran
  • Published in EAI2N 20 September 2010
  • Business, Computer Science
Environmental responsibility is fast becoming an important aspect of strategic management as the reality of climate change settles in and relevant regulations are expected to tighten significantly in the near future. Many businesses react to this challenge by implementing environmental reporting and management systems. However, the environmental initiative is often not properly integrated in the overall business strategy and as a result the management does not have timely access to appropriate… 

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