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    Designing and using carbon management systems to promote ecologically responsible behaviours
    (Association for Information Systems, 2013-07-01) Corbett, Jacqueline
    With the hope of mitigating the harmful impacts of climate change, many organizations are taking actions to reduce their carbon footprints. Carbon-reducing initiatives in organizations are varied: they range from green product innovations to encouraging behavioral changes by customers and employees. Green IS can play an important role in environmental sustainability by supporting a number of these strategies. Drawing on theories of persuasive systems design, this paper explores how one category of Green IS, carbon management systems (CMS), can be designed and used in order to persuade employees to perform ecologically responsible behaviors. The results from three organizational case studies suggest that CMS can be effective at changing employees’ environmental behaviors, demonstrate the extent to which persuasive system design principles (including an emergent category of Integration) are reflected in CMS, and highlight the importance of understanding the persuasion context. The findings of the study are used to inform the development of four propositions, which can serve as a foundation for further research in the Green IS domain.
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    Knowledge creation in open data hackathons : summary of findings from Canada and Brazil
    (Université Laval, 2021-02-01) Corbett, Jacqueline; Matos, Urbano
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    Modèle théorique de projets de Green IS : une spécification des relations entre objectifs, compétences et culture environnementale
    (Systemes d'Information et Management, 2019-05-22) Corbett, Jacqueline; Trid, Salma; Bouchard, Lyne
    Afin d’assurer une meilleure performance environnementale, les organisations s’engagent dans diverses initiatives vertes, y compris celles impliquant les systèmes et technologies d’information. Cependant, notre compréhension des projets Green IS reste incomplète. Cette recherche vise à améliorer cette compréhension en analysant l'influence de trois facteurs sur les impacts environnementaux des projets Green IS : les objectifs environnementaux, les compétences mobilisées et la culture environnementale. Des études de cas exploratoires de sept projets de Green IS dans le secteur financier ont été réalisées, ce qui a permis l’élaboration d’un nouveau modèle théorique. Celui-ci définit une nouvelle variable, en l’occurrence la notion de perception d’un projet de Green IS. À cet égard, nous suggérons que celle-ci est influencée directement par les objectifs d’un projet et par son impact environnemental. Toutefois, ces objectifs influencent aussi indirectement les impacts dans la mesure où ils déterminent le choix des compétences mobilisées. La culture environnementale de l’organisation joue aussi un rôle à travers les programmes de sensibilisation et le renforcement de l’identité verte des membres du personnel. Nous avons constaté en la matière que même les projets marqués par l’absence d’objectifs environnementaux ou de compétences en développement durable peuvent avoir des retombées environnementales positives parce que les employés impliqués prennent des décisions plus écoresponsables. Cette recherche contribue au plan de la réflexion scientifique à révéler les dynamiques complexes des projets de Green IS, fournissant ainsi une base pour la réalisation d’études ultérieures. Sur un plan plus pratique, ses conclusions permettent d’identifier différentes voies que les organisations peuvent emprunter pour mieux gérer leurs initiatives environnementales afin d’en améliorer les résultats.
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    Accès libre
    Green IS research : a modernity perspective
    (Association for Information Systems, 2016-05-01) Corbett, Jacqueline; El Idrissi, Sarah Cherki
    Over the past two decades, the Information Systems community has become engaged in improving the environmental effects of information systems and technologies, giving rise to the new sub-field of Green IS. Despite increasing interest, some have suggested that progress toward meaningful solutions for sustainability has been too slow. Responding to these concerns, this paper examines the development of Green IS research using the modernity perspective in order to understand its evolution and to present alternative perspectives to motivate future research. From a sample of over 80 Green IS articles published over a 15 year period, we identify four main patterns of modernity that are manifest in Green IS research. These patterns include the importance of the Individual in solving environmental problems, science as the main source of solutions and the emergence of an artificial science approach, reliance on technology, and growth as ultimate goal of business. Further, our analysis reveals that Green IS research is starting to demonstrate elements of a hyper-modern perspective that emphasizes reflexivity. We argue that future Green IS research should continue on this path and propose a conceptual framework inspired by hyper-modernity and centered on reflexivity that could serve as a guide for future research.
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    Leveraging the Internet of things and open data to support clean energy in the greenhouse sector : preliminary summary of research findings february 2020
    (Université Laval, 2021-03-23T18:33:51Z) Corbett, Jacqueline; Lakshmi, Vijaya
    The current study, the first within a five-year program of research, focuses on understanding the energy needs of greenhouses, their energy management motivations, energy management practices, and the challenges and opportunities for sustainable energy. From June to October 2020, we interviewed nine people involved in the Canadian greenhouse industry. While we continue to collect data, this report provides a summary of key findings to date. The study explores energy management across diverse greenhouse sectors - vegetables, fruits, and flowers – in two Canadian provinces (Alberta and Ontario). We summarize the main findings below.
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    “Exploring the Changing Utility-Customer Relationship” in: Innovation in the Electricity Industry: Focus on Distributed Renewable Electricity Generation
    (Faculté des sciences de l'administration, Université Laval, 2018-06-01) Corbett, Jacqueline; Wu, Rong
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    Accès libre
    “Insights into Customer Adoption” in: Innovation in the Electricity Industry : Focus on Distributed Renewable Electricity Generation
    (Faculté des sciences de l'administration, Université Laval, 2019-10-01) Corbett, Jacqueline; Wu, Rong
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    Computing Ethics : an information strategy for environmental sustainability
    (Association for Computing Machinery, 2012-07-01) Watson, Richard Thomas; Corbett, Jacqueline; Boudreau, Marie-Claude; Webster, Jane
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    Using information systems to improve energy efficiency : do smart meters make a difference?
    (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2013-02-27) Corbett, Jacqueline
    The large-scale generation of electricity is a major contributor to increasing levels of greenhouse gas emissions, putting pressure on the industry to reduce its environmental impacts. Electricity utility companies are looking to two strategies to help make this happen: the smart grid and demand-side management. Viewing the challenge from an IS perspective, this study attempts to answer the question: do smart grid information systems and technologies make a difference in utilities’ efforts to promote energy efficiency? Drawing on organizational information processing theory and extending it by integrating the concept of information waste, two competing hypotheses are developed and tested using hierarchical regression and data from 543 U.S. electricity utilities. The model, incorporating four levels of metering devices, is found to explain a high portion of the variance in energy efficiency effects of demandside management programs. This suggests that there are IS-enabled information processing capacities within smart meters that have a significant influence on utilities’ EDM effectiveness. However, the results also point to the potential for both positive and negative effects. Implications of these findings for practice and future research directions are discussed
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    Digital twins can enable smart, agile, sustainable cities
    (Cutter Information, 2021-03-01) Corbett, Jacqueline; Hajji, Adnène; Mellouli, Sehl