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Title: Green IT/IS investments evaluation within the aviation industry - A focus on indirect cost management
Authors: Jongsaguan, S
Ghoneim, A
Keywords: Green IT/IS investment;Green IT/IS within aviation industry;IS evaluation;Indirect costs;Cost management
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Emerald
Citation: Journal of Enterprise Information Management, (2016)
Abstract: Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to utilize the existing theories and knowledge surrounding IS evaluation and Green IT/IS investments to develop a conceptual model for helping decision-makers to overcome and reduce the impacts from Green IT/IS investment related to cost overruns or under-optimized budgets. Design/Methodology/Approach – The paper is discursive, based on the analysis and synthesis of literature pertaining to IS evaluation, Green IT/IS adoption and Sustainable/Green/CSR within an aviation context. Gaps in the preceding research have been identified, and a conceptual model is proposed. Additionally, further research and a methodology are suggested. Findings – The paper proposes a conceptual model that can identify factors including external factors derived from institutional theory, internal organizational factors and a list of indirect costs associated with Green IT/IS investments for an aviation organization. Research Limitations/Implications – As a conceptual paper, the study is limited to literature, identifying gaps and proposing a model. The paper recommends further empirical validation of the proposed conceptual model. Practical Implications – The conceptual model is helpful for decision-makers within the aviation industry to enhance their understanding of the identification and management of indirect costs within the aviation context, which results in effective management of Green IT/IS indirect costs. Originality/Value – The paper fills gaps in the knowledge of IS evaluation, Green IT/IS adoption within aviation context through helping decision makers to understand, identify and manage the associated indirect costs.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/12862
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/JEIM-10-2015-0096
ISSN: 1741-0398
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