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Binus University

EducationJakarta, Indonesia
About: Binus University is a education organization based out in Jakarta, Indonesia. It is known for research contribution in the topics: Information system & Population. The organization has 5140 authors who have published 6013 publications receiving 16018 citations.


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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors investigated the mediating effect of service innovation capability on sustainable organizational performance and environmental innovation and found that eco-innovations unlock better sustainable performance, while service innovation can also act as a business strategy to create barriers to new entry by competitors.
Abstract: In response to greater environmental awareness among stakeholders, companies have become increasingly interested in practices such as eco-innovation. Despite the expanding literature on eco-innovation, scholars have so far paid little attention to the study of eco-innovation and its impact on business sustainability, particularly considering the mediating effect of service innovation capability. To fill this research gap, this study extends the concepts of green business by investigating an original conceptual framework, which proposes that the capacity for service innovation has a mediating effect on the relationship between sustainable organizational performance and environmental innovation. This conceptual framework is subjected to empirical testing, implemented through a survey involving 95 Malaysian firms which use green technology. Data is collected through both postal and online questionnaires and analyzed through structural equation modeling using partial least squares. Respondents for this paper were identified using the directories of MyHijau (2013) and the Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation, 2014. The results suggest that: (1) eco-innovations unlock better sustainable performance; (2) service innovation capability has a partially significant positive mediating effect; (3) service innovation capability ultimately benefits companies by allowing them to differentiate through an emphasis on value creation; (4) service capability can also act as a business strategy to create barriers to new entry by competitors. Thus, eco-innovation and service innovation capability tend to represent significant intangible resources and enable an organization to achieve long-term objectives, competitive advantage and business sustainability. To date, this is the first study relating eco-innovation, service innovation capability and sustainability performance in the Malaysian corporate context and using a specific sample of companies that make use of green technologies. © 2018 Elsevier B.V.

301 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors developed a theoretical structural model representing the impact of five latent variables of eco-innovation drivers on the environmental performance of Malaysian green tech companies, including compliance with environmental regulations, market focus and technology used.

174 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors found that 39% of the variation in differentiated instruction implementation was associated with teachers' self-efficacy beliefs, higher constructivist beliefs and higher classroom size.

154 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors investigated the current practices of energy management in Malaysian manufacturing firms, and found that energy management practices are still very much in their infancy, and concern for carbon emissions is limited in the Malaysian manufacturing context.
Abstract: Carbon dioxide (CO2) is the most prevalent Greenhouse gas (GHG) produced by human activities. Industrialization has been among the primary factors for increased CO2 production, mostly through the consumption of electricity and the burning of fossil fuels. To investigate the current practices of energy management in Malaysian manufacturing firms, this study collected survey data from ISO 14000 certified firms. The study found that energy management practices are still very much in their infancy, and concern for carbon emissions is limited in the Malaysian manufacturing context. A lack of competitive pressure for developing environmentally friendly management practices generally prevails among industrial firms, although marginal improvements in energy management practices and energy efficiency are evident. The study found that energy audit and energy efficiency are two critical factors for reducing carbon emissions. The study also found that energy awareness, knowledge, and commitment are related to energy efficiency. One key outcome of the study was the development of a new theoretical model of energy management practices. The findings of this study have opened new research and development opportunities to identify alternatives to monetizing environmental concepts such as carbon emissions and energy efficiency.

150 citations

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TL;DR: A robust and adaptive statistical model for forecasting univariate weather variable in Indonesian airport area and to explore the effect of intermediate weather variable related to accuracy prediction using single layer Long Short Memory Model (LSTM) model and multi layers LSTM model.

139 citations


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No. of papers from the Institution in previous years
YearPapers
202344
2022292
2021772
2020644
2019654
2018674