Yeo Bi Jun (U1210782K)
Ow Jia’en Sharon (U1210536D)
Tan Wei Xian May (U1210335C)
Mirnawaty (U1210139J)
Linda (U1210339B)

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Electricity
Waste disposal
Water Usage
Paper Consumption
Transportation

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• Singapore is ranked third in the world that produces the highest
carbon footprint, after Luxemburg and USA.
• NTU is cur...
NTU

Future
employers

Staff

Stakeholders

Society

Students

Government

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Evaluation
criteria

Elaboration

Impact on
stakeholders

/?

NTU: goal congruent – “technological “ university
Staff: A...
Evaluation
criteria

Elaboration

Feasibility

/?

Cost-efficiency:
Short run - experimenting fees using IT tools will
b...
Evaluation
criteria

Elaboration

Impact on
teaching
pedagogy

Variation in results because different students have
differ...
Evaluation
criteria

Elaboration

Impact on
stakeholders

/?

NTU: higher cost incurred; ineffective in reducing
carbon ...
Evaluation
criteria

Elaboration

Feasibility

/?

Cost-efficiency:
Short run – incur more costs
Long run – no improveme...
Evaluation
criteria

Elaboration

Impact on
teaching
pedagogy

No impact

Corporate social
responsibility

/?

Short Ter...
Evaluation
criteria

Elaboration

Impact on
stakeholders

/?

NTU: Improve reputation of institution
Staff: Effort and d...
Evaluation
criteria

Elaboration

Feasibility

Cost-efficiency:
Short run – costly marketing expenditure
Long run – if suc...
Evaluation
criteria

Elaboration

Impact on
teaching
pedagogy

No impact

Corporate social
responsibility

/?

Short Ter...
[1] Campbell, D. E., & Campbell, J. E. (2009, May). Environmental benefits associated
with online instruction. Retrieved f...
• Main Issues: NTU is a technological university hence adoption
of IT resources will be congruent with NTU’s vision.
• Rec...
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  • Good start, with a clear situational analysis and complete stakeholder analysis, decision criteria. 'Fun' application of criteria to alternatives. The proposed gradual shift from classroom to online learning may indeed be viable, but its risks demand careful thought and mitigation, such as potential impact on our international accreditation and on the market for our graduates (employers not on your stakeholder list). Current online education is often little more than a video of a lecture, accompanied by an assignment. If we envision a future in which teams collaborate across the Internet to solve complex problems, we must prepare students by building learning environments that simulate this.
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  1. 1. Yeo Bi Jun (U1210782K) Ow Jia’en Sharon (U1210536D) Tan Wei Xian May (U1210335C) Mirnawaty (U1210139J) Linda (U1210339B) 1
  2. 2. • • • • • Electricity Waste disposal Water Usage Paper Consumption Transportation 2
  3. 3. • Singapore is ranked third in the world that produces the highest carbon footprint, after Luxemburg and USA. • NTU is currently producing too much carbon footprint. • As a technological university, NTU should harness technology to reduce carbon emission to achieve Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) which is in line with their vision. 3
  4. 4. NTU Future employers Staff Stakeholders Society Students Government 4
  5. 5. Evaluation criteria Elaboration Impact on stakeholders /? NTU: goal congruent – “technological “ university Staff: Additional workload from planning and using online resources Students: easily receptive among them because they are technologically savvy Government: goal congruent in reducing carbon footprint Society: nurturing a green-conscious generation Future employers: fresh graduates will be equipped with IT skills and green knowledge 5
  6. 6. Evaluation criteria Elaboration Feasibility /? Cost-efficiency: Short run - experimenting fees using IT tools will be expensive Long run - cost savings on classroom – teaching expenditure Situational factors: Very rapid adoption and advancement in technology ; market is saturated with software developers (getting cheaper); strong monetary support from the government Effectiveness in reducing carbon footprint According to a research, an online class for 100 students reduces CO2 by 5-7 tonnes.[1] 6
  7. 7. Evaluation criteria Elaboration Impact on teaching pedagogy Variation in results because different students have different learning abilities Corporate social responsibility /? Short Term: CO2 is reduced Long Term: Nurture socially and environmentally responsible future generation; possible work from home (maximize convenience); minimizing cost 7
  8. 8. Evaluation criteria Elaboration Impact on stakeholders /? NTU: higher cost incurred; ineffective in reducing carbon footprint Staff: environmentally-conscious staff will be concerned with NTU’s reputation Students: inculcating wrong values Government: goal incongruent in reducing carbon footprint Society: concerned that this may discourage green behaviour Future employers: fresh graduates will be ignorant towards green initiatives 8
  9. 9. Evaluation criteria Elaboration Feasibility /? Cost-efficiency: Short run – incur more costs Long run – no improvement (vicious cycle) Situational factors: growing economies may be too profit-driven to consider green issues Effectiveness in reducing carbon footprint No improvement and possible increase in carbon footprint 9
  10. 10. Evaluation criteria Elaboration Impact on teaching pedagogy No impact Corporate social responsibility /? Short Term: CO2 is not reduced; future potential increase in carbon footprint Long Term: No effort made in CSR and promoting green initiatives 10
  11. 11. Evaluation criteria Elaboration Impact on stakeholders /? NTU: Improve reputation of institution Staff: Effort and determination required to pick up and sustain green habits Students: Effort and determination required to pick up and sustain green habits Government: goal congruent with reducing carbon footprint Society: nurturing a green-conscious generation Future employers: fresh graduates will be equipped with green knowledge 11
  12. 12. Evaluation criteria Elaboration Feasibility Cost-efficiency: Short run – costly marketing expenditure Long run – if successful, cost savings can be reaped from green initiatives Situational factors: Multiple attempts across nationwide to raise awareness on reducing carbon footprint Effectiveness in reducing carbon footprint /? If successful, not only can we promote NTU as a “green” institution, we can envision to be a “green” nation. 12
  13. 13. Evaluation criteria Elaboration Impact on teaching pedagogy No impact Corporate social responsibility /? Short Term: CO2 is reduced Long Term: Nurture socially and environmentally responsible future generation; minimizing cost 13
  14. 14. [1] Campbell, D. E., & Campbell, J. E. (2009, May). Environmental benefits associated with online instruction. Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1022&context=csusymp 2009&seiredir=1&referer=http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Fdigitalcommons.calp oly.edu%2Fcgi%2Fviewcontent.cgi%3Farticle%3D1022%26context%3Dcsusymp2009& sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNFhxvArRqttisq3hWZGfEZQvzHa6w 14
  15. 15. • Main Issues: NTU is a technological university hence adoption of IT resources will be congruent with NTU’s vision. • Recommendations: The first recommendation would be to transfer classrooms to online platforms. The second one would be to raise green awareness and promote green initiatives. • Benefits: • 1. Inculcating green values in the newer generations and preparing for the future careers of the students. • 2. Achieve sustainability for the university in the long run through CSR in terms of cost reductions, preserving the planet and creating a more inclusive and people-oriented society. 15

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