Green Information Technology and Sustainability : a Conceptual Taxonomy

@inproceedings{Sabbaghi2012GreenIT,
  title={Green Information Technology and Sustainability : a Conceptual Taxonomy},
  author={Asghar Sabbaghi and Ganesh Vaidyanathan},
  year={2012}
}
Several organizations have faced challenges in adopting the usage of information technology in an environment friendly and a sustainable supply chain network. Information technology plays a crucial role in ensuing success of Green supply chain networks. We propose that the Green supply chain management information flow is impacted by both IT governance and Green infrastructure components which in turn are impacted by corporate sustainability. This paper explores various drivers of information… CONTINUE READING

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