From a task-technology fit perspective, green SCM and green IS are likely to have synergistic effects on corporate sustainability. Yet, the exact mechanisms through which their perceived alignment by employees may exert influences on organizational performances are unclear. This study captures potential enablement and coverage routes at different development stages of sustainability with fit-as-mediation and fit-as-moderation, respectively. The results based on the observations collected from more than 400 organizations in the USA and China suggest that the perceived fit gradually shifts from a moderator role to a mediator role as the two green endeavors integrate with each other.
Citation: Yang, Z., Sun, J., Zhang, Y., & Wang, Y. (2019). Perceived fit between green IS and green SCM: Does it matter? Information & Management. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.im.2019.02.009
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