Case Western Reserve University, USA
Sustainable practices are more than ever on the radar screen of organizations, triggered by a growing demand of the wider population towards approaches and practices that can be considered green or sustainable. Our specific intent with this call for action is to immerse deeper into the role of business processes, and specifically the contributions that the management of these processes can play in leveraging the transformative power of information systems (IS) in order to create environmentally sustainable organizations. Our key premise is that business and information technology (IT) managers need to engage in a process-focused discussion to enable a common, comprehensive understanding of process, and the process-centered opportunities for making these processes, and ultimately the organization as a process-centric entity, green. Based on a business process lifecycle model, we propose possible avenues for future research.
Seidel, Stefan; vom Brocke, Jan; and Recker, Jan, " Call for Action: Investigating the Role of Business Process Management in Green IS" (2011). All Sprouts Content. 432.