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Green BPM as a Business-Oriented Discipline: A Systematic Mapping Study and Research Agenda

Dries Couckuyt (UGent) and Amy Van Looy (UGent)
(2019) Sustainability. 11(15). p.1-22
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Green Business Process Management (BPM) focuses on the ecological impact of business processes. This article provides a systematic mapping study of Green BPM literature to evaluate five attributes of the Green BPM research area: (1) scope, (2) disciplines, (3) accountability, (4) researchers and (5) quality control. The results allow developing a research agenda to enhance Green BPM as an approach for environmentally sustainable organizations. We rely on a dichotomy of knowledge production to present research directives relevant for both academics and practitioners in order to help close a rigor-relevance gap. The involvement of both communities is crucial for Green BPM to advance as an applied, business-oriented discipline.
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Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment, Geography, Planning and Development, Management, Monitoring, Policy and Law

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Couckuyt, Dries, and Amy Van Looy. 2019. “Green BPM as a Business-Oriented Discipline: A Systematic Mapping Study and Research Agenda.” Sustainability 11 (15): 1–22.
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Couckuyt, D., & Van Looy, A. (2019). Green BPM as a Business-Oriented Discipline: A Systematic Mapping Study and Research Agenda. Sustainability, 11(15), 1–22.
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Couckuyt D, Van Looy A. Green BPM as a Business-Oriented Discipline: A Systematic Mapping Study and Research Agenda. Sustainability. 2019;11(15):1–22.
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Couckuyt, Dries, and Amy Van Looy. “Green BPM as a Business-Oriented Discipline: A Systematic Mapping Study and Research Agenda.” Sustainability 11.15 (2019): 1–22. Print.
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  abstract     = {Green Business Process Management (BPM) focuses on the ecological impact of business processes. This article provides a systematic mapping study of Green BPM literature to evaluate five attributes of the Green BPM research area: (1) scope, (2) disciplines, (3) accountability, (4) researchers and (5) quality control. The results allow developing a research agenda to enhance Green BPM as an approach for environmentally sustainable organizations. We rely on a dichotomy of knowledge production to present research directives relevant for both academics and practitioners in order to help close a rigor-relevance gap. The involvement of both communities is crucial for Green BPM to advance as an applied, business-oriented discipline.},
  articleno    = {4200},
  author       = {Couckuyt, Dries and Van Looy, Amy},
  issn         = {2071-1050},
  journal      = {Sustainability},
  keywords     = {Renewable Energy,Sustainability and the Environment,Geography,Planning and Development,Management,Monitoring,Policy and Law},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {15},
  pages        = {4200:1--4200:22},
  title        = {Green BPM as a Business-Oriented Discipline: A Systematic Mapping Study and Research Agenda},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/su11154200},
  volume       = {11},
  year         = {2019},
}

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