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Title: The impact of Green Information Systems on sustainable supply chain and organizational performance
Authors: Ogunyemi, T
Aktas, E
Keywords: Green Information Systems;Sustainable Supply Chain;Performance Measurement
Issue Date: 2013
Citation: 10th European, Mediterranean & Middle Eastern Conference on Information Systems 2013, UK, 2013
Abstract: This paper reports about a research in progress focusing on the impact of green information systems on sustainable supply chain performance. Green information systems, supply chains and their relation to sustainability and performance measurement are explained. The preliminary literature review resulted in a draft conceptual framework where sustainable supply chain measures focusing on economic, environmental and social aspects are combined with traditional supply chain performance measures of cost, quality, dependability, flexibility and speed. The measures for the triple bottom line of sustainability are listed as internal and external indicators. The research challenges addressed in this preliminary work comprise of integration of sustainability performance with traditional performance objectives in the supply chain, measurement of the social performance of supply chain and establishment of the relationship amongst the sustainable supply chain and performance indicators using a green information system infrastructure.
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