Antecedents and Effects of Green IS Adoptions: Insights from Nordea

Stoney Brooks, Jonas Hedman, Stefan Henningsson, Saonee Sarker, Xuequn Wang

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Abstract

This article develops an empirically grounded model of antecedents and effects of green information systems (IS) initiatives. The model is empirically based on an in-depth case of the Nordic financial institution. The authors' study examines the effect of several organizational factors, and characteristics of Green IS initiatives themselves on organizations' intention to adopt Green IS initiatives. Their study finds that employees' attitudes toward these initiatives affect their participation in the initiatives, as well as the success of Green IS initiatives. The adoption of the initiatives was seen to affect individual and organizational level outcomes, with positive experiences enabling employees to continue to use/support the initiatives, and organizations also often realizing improvements in practice.
This article develops an empirically grounded model of antecedents and effects of green information systems (IS) initiatives. The model is empirically based on an in-depth case of the Nordic financial institution. The authors' study examines the effect of several organizational factors, and characteristics of Green IS initiatives themselves on organizations' intention to adopt Green IS initiatives. Their study finds that employees' attitudes toward these initiatives affect their participation in the initiatives, as well as the success of Green IS initiatives. The adoption of the initiatives was seen to affect individual and organizational level outcomes, with positive experiences enabling employees to continue to use/support the initiatives, and organizations also often realizing improvements in practice.
LanguageEnglish
JournalJournal of Cases on Information Technology
Volume20
Issue number4
Pages32-52
Number of pages21
ISSN1548-7717
DOIs
StatePublished - 2018

Keywords

  • Adoption
  • Case study
  • Green IS
  • Green IT
  • Nordea
  • Sustainability
  • Theoretical model

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Antecedents and Effects of Green IS Adoptions : Insights from Nordea. / Brooks, Stoney; Hedman, Jonas; Henningsson, Stefan; Sarker, Saonee; Wang, Xuequn.

In: Journal of Cases on Information Technology, Vol. 20, No. 4, 2018, p. 32-52.

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