IT Governance and Green IT Model for Large Mauritian Organisations
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This study explores IT governance and Green IT in large companies from the five main pillars of the Mauritian economy. An IT Governance and Green IT model comprising of IT Governance and Green IT decision archetypes, mechanisms and influencers is developed from company executive interviews, analysis of organisation and government documents as well as a survey of firms. Recommendations are then provided to improve the governance of IT and Green IT in large Mauritian enterprises.
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