Going Green at Office - Lessons Learned on Empowering Green Practices in Sri Lankan Employees
- D.V. Hiruda Nilupul Paulis ,The Renewable Energy and Environmental Solutions Colombo, Sri Lanka (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Andrea Sangeeta Alex ,The Renewable Energy and Environmental Solutions Colombo, Sri Lanka (email@example.com)
Successful targeting of workplaces for empowerment of sustainable practices is critical as majority of time spent by an adult is at a workplace. This study focuses on identifying an effective management tool to enforce such sustainable practices at workplaces. Two samples were selected in two workplace locations in Sri Lanka and observational test was carried out for 3 months. It was concluded that planned behaviour model was more effective than innovation adoption model. Thus, rules and regulations should be imposed along with strong leadership for successful initiation of green practices in an emerging economic office context.
Keywords: going green, workplace, employees, planned behaviour, innovation adoption