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کد محصول: M773
قیمت فایل ترجمه شده: برای اطلاع از هزینه و مدت زمان انجام ترجمه با پشتیبانی وب سایت تماس حاصل نمایید (۰۹۳۷۲۵۵۵۲۴۰)
تعداد صفحه انگلیسی: ۳۳
سال نشر: ۲۰۱۸
مقاله انگلیسی ۲۰۱۸ : توسعه یک چارچوب برای اجرای سیستم های برنامه ریزی منابع سازمانی پایدار
Development of a Framework for Sustainable Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Implementation
Implementation of effective sustainability within organisations requires an integrated information system, such as Enterprise Resource Planning (S-ERP) systems. The S-ERP system helps organisations to integrate all sustainability activities into the main database within an organisation. To implement this system, practitioners need a master plan consisting of a roadmap, framework, and guidelines. Previous studies have examined the important concept of the S-ERP system, the development and evaluation of S-ERP roadmap, and the development of the S-ERP framework. This study proposes an evaluation of the S-ERP framework using expert review methods. Twelve experts are involved in the interview to evaluate the content and usefulness of the framework. The results of the analysis show that the initial S-ERP framework should be divided into two parts: sustainability implementation framework and system implementation framework.
The sustainability implementation framework includes two aspects: sustainability paradigm (environment, economy, society) and decisional paradigm (strategic level, tactical level, and operational level). The operational level comprising the value chain components of an organisation. The system implementation framework consists of two aspects: strategic and implementation levels. Experts affirm that the S-ERP framework can be used by organisations from various industries.
Keywords: Sustainable enterprise resource planning; implementation; master plan; framework; evaluation.
Sustainability concept has been formally embraced into business since 1987 through the Brundtland Commission reports (Goni et al., 2015). This notion aims to preserve economic and social advancement while protecting the long-term value of the environment (Gauthier and Wooldridge, 2018). Morioka et al. (2017) stated that the organisations are gradually embedding the sustainability concept into their corporate to endure the competitive advantage.
They integrate all sustainability aspects consisting environment, economic, and social into their business processes for adding their business value (Goni et al., 2017). During the implementation of sustainability, organisations face the problem of data and information separation (Chofreh et al., 2014a). Shen (2018) mentioned that they have difficulty tracking their sustainability performance as data and information are not readily available. As a result, decision making becomes inaccurate and redundant. This problem will hinder the achievement of sustainability goals within an organisation (Ahmed and Sundaram, 2012).
There is a need to align information system strategy with the sustainability strategy to achieve effective sustainability implementation. Chofreh et al. (2014a) had proposed the Enterprise Sustainable Resource Planning (S-ERP) system to support organisations in addressing segregation issues. This system is a new idea of enterprise systems that help organisations to integrate all entities into their value chains. For implementing the S-ERP systems, practitioners need a master plan that delivers a comprehensive plan of action.
Chofreh et al. (2016a) recommended a master plan that presents a holistic plan to implement the S-ERP system. This system embraces three interlocking features including a roadmap, framework, and guidelines. The S-ERP roadmap had been developed by Chofreh et al. (2017a) in their second part of the study and evaluated by Chofreh et al. (2017b) in their third part of the study. The roadmap shows process group to complete the S-ERP systems implementation.