Empowering Green Initiatives with IT: A Strategy and Implementation Guide

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John Wiley & Sons, Sep 9, 2010 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
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A straightforward guide to the role of IT departments and vendor's in assisting organizations in going green with the aid of IT-related resources and offerings.

This book provides organizations with strategy, planning, implementation, assessment guidance for their Green initiatives. It discusses the many benefits of Green initiatives with the assistance, integration and collaboration of IT department and vendors, i.e. custom and vendor application development and reporting tools, Green IT examples, business intelligence dashboards that can perform analytical and predictive analysis of green related business data.

  • Outlines the major benefits to be gained through Green initiatives with IT
  • Shows you how your business can strategize, plan, implement, assess Green initiatives solutions with IT
  • Explores how to develop Green initiative strategies, plans, projects, and assessments that integrate IT resources and offerings effectively.

Practical and thorough, this book includes helpful checklists, glossary, and resources to get started with your business's Green initiatives.

 

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Contents

Initiatives
37
Green Initiative Implementation with IT
137
Green Initiative Assessment with IT
169
Resources and Links
201
Implementing Green Initiatives with
209
About the Author
225
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Carl H. Speshock, MBA graduate and PhD IT student, is a Senior SQL Server/BI Architect for Microsoft Consulting Services with over twenty years' experience in the IT and computer engineering industry. He provides training, executive briefings, and IT speaking engagements to his clients, which include many Fortune 500 companies.

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