Applying Technology Management concepts in analyzing e Waste, sustainability and technology development in Mobile Industry: A conceptual perspective

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Lasrado, Lester Allan ; Agnihothri, Subodh ; Lugmayr, Artur (2013)
  • Publisher: International Ambient Media Assocation (iAMEA)
  • Journal: International Series on Information Systems and Management in Creative eMedia (issn: 2341-5576)
  • Subject: Adopters, reverse salient, ecosystem, e waste.

In the highly globalized, competitive and technocrat world, mobile industry is heavily focused on making itself sustainable. In order to achieve this focus should be on improving the e waste management in the industry. Currently the industry is advanced beyond market de... View more
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