Greener workplace: An examination of Green HR initiatives adoption through the theory of planned behaviour lens

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Abstract

The goal of this article is to propose the model of green human resource initiatives adoption. Based on innovation management and psychology literatures, attitude, pressure and controllability are key drivers for organizational change. Data were collected from 210 organizations in Australia. Results indicated that attitude, pressure and controllability significantly influenced the firms' adoption of green HR initiatives. Attitude and resource availability especially had greater impacts than pressure. Limitation, implications and future researches are also outlined.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1 Aug 2012
EventAcademy of Management Annual Meeting: The Informal Economy - Boston, United Kingdom
Duration: 3 Aug 20127 Aug 2012
http://aom.org/Meetings/annualmeeting/past-meetings/theme2012.aspx

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ConferenceAcademy of Management Annual Meeting
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityBoston
Period3/08/127/08/12
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Theory of planned behavior
Work place
Controllability
Future research
Psychology
Resources
Innovation management
Human resources
Organizational change

Keywords

  • Green HRM
  • Attitude
  • Environment
  • Theory of Planned Behavior

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Sawang, S. (2012). Greener workplace: An examination of Green HR initiatives adoption through the theory of planned behaviour lens. Paper presented at Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston, United Kingdom.

Greener workplace : An examination of Green HR initiatives adoption through the theory of planned behaviour lens. / Sawang, Sukanlaya.

2012. Paper presented at Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston, United Kingdom.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Sawang, S 2012, 'Greener workplace: An examination of Green HR initiatives adoption through the theory of planned behaviour lens' Paper presented at Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston, United Kingdom, 3/08/12 - 7/08/12, .
Sawang S. Greener workplace: An examination of Green HR initiatives adoption through the theory of planned behaviour lens. 2012. Paper presented at Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston, United Kingdom.
Sawang, Sukanlaya. / Greener workplace : An examination of Green HR initiatives adoption through the theory of planned behaviour lens. Paper presented at Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston, United Kingdom.
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