March 16, 2011

Will Employees Choose the Greener Options for Office Printing?

Just a quick link and note about part 3 of my "series" of blogs on my trip to the Waste Management/Xerox Executive Sustainability Summit a few weeks ago. Xerox asked me to attend and cover the event. My final piece discusses an interesting presentation there from an IDC analyst and paper/print industry expert.

Survey data shows that people have high intentions to act green around the office, but a much smaller percentage will actually print less. I discuss also the challenge of defining "green" in a digital vs. paper world (there's a footprint to both forms of media), and lay out some topline ideas on using less paper at the office.

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Will Employees Choose the Greener Options for Office Printing?

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Comments

On March 22, 2011 2:11 PM, Dewita Soeharjono said:

Yes, they will. When companies engage them in some form of educating employees. And when they feel like they own their decisions.

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Yes, they will. When companies engage them in some form of educating employees. And when they feel like they own their decisions.

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