An Exploration of the Impact of Organizational Culture on the Adoption of Green IT

  title={An Exploration of the Impact of Organizational Culture on the Adoption of Green IT},
  author={William M. Campbell and Martyn Ratcliffe and Philip Moore},
  journal={2013 IEEE International Conference on Green Computing and Communications and IEEE Internet of Things and IEEE Cyber, Physical and Social Computing},
This paper investigates the impact of organizational culture on the degree of adoption of Green IT initiatives and on their success. It starts by exploring organizational culture, looks at the nature of culture within IT and then analyses the effect of culture on sustainable use of IT. It considers both sustainable uses of IT and the development of IT systems that promote sustainability. Cameron and Quinn's Competing Values Framework is used as a tool to explore organizational culture. Finally… CONTINUE READING

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