• Corpus ID: 1300366

Technical Complexity as Important Factor for Green IS Solutions: Theoretical Background and Exploratory Study

@inproceedings{Nedbal2012TechnicalCA,
  title={Technical Complexity as Important Factor for Green IS Solutions: Theoretical Background and Exploratory Study},
  author={Dietmar Nedbal and Werner Wetzlinger},
  booktitle={CONF-IRM},
  year={2012}
}
The use of information and communication technologies to improve environmental sustainability has become a new focus of the IS research in the last years. Different Green IS solutions in various areas already exist, that contribute to the environmental, economic or social performance of organizations. Although these solutions are more and more used within companies, the adoption rate of these solutions varies. This paper focuses on the reasons for these differences by using the Diffusion of… 

Tables from this paper

The State of the Art on Process Virtualization: A Literature Review

TLDR
The results show that empirical studies of Process Virtualization Theory are lacking and the theoretical research is still the most used method.

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 22 REFERENCES

Sustainable IS Initialization Through Outsourcing: A Theory-Based Approach

TLDR
This paper takes a theory-based approach to link outsourcing with sustainable IS to examine the possibilities of organizations engaging in green and sustainable initiatives and built on the technology-organization-environment (TOE) framework.

Environmentally Sustainable ICT: A Critical Topic for IS Research?

TLDR
The issue of environmental sustainability of ICT is applicable to the mainstream of IS research; the research issue is sustainable; and warrants urgent action by IS researchers.

Environmental Management Systems and Green Supply Chain Management: Complements for Sustainability?

Some researchers question the legitimacy of EMSs since organizations can claim to have one when in fact they make no attempt to reduce their environmental harms. In instances where EMSs enhance an

Information technology implementation research: a technological diffusion approach

Based on the innovation and technological diffusion literatures, promising research questions concerning the implementation of a production and inventory control information system material

Information Systems and Environmentally Sustainable Development: Energy Informatics and New Directions for the IS Community

TLDR
This Issues and Opinions piece advocates a research agenda to establish a new subfield of energy informatics, which applies information systems thinking and skills to increase energy efficiency.

A Conceptual and Operational Definition of Personal Innovativeness in the Domain of Information Technology

TLDR
A new construct, personal innovativeness in the domain of information technology, is hypothesized to exhibit moderating effects on the antecedents as well as the consequences of individual perceptions about a new information technology.

Towards the Sustainable Corporation: Win-Win-Win Business Strategies for Sustainable Development

From the sustainable development policies of far-sighted governments to the increasing environmental awareness—and cynicism—of consumers, a range of pressures is being brought to bear on business to