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Due to the ever-increasing pressure of environmental crises stemming from natural disasters, it is worthwhile to analyze the new paradigm of sustainable challenges in the context of green growth policies and green IT strategies in the Northeast Asian region, based on performance-oriented governance. The primary aim of this special issue is to study and identify new conceptual characteristics associated with this revolutionary paradigm shift in the field of innovation in Asia. It is crucial to discuss the theoretical modeling underpinning these green growth and green IT strategy case studies. Diverse comparative studies on these policies and strategies would assist us in understanding the paradigm shift taking place in the area of performance-oriented green growth, an aspect important for the future of global economy and social change. As a workable mechanism, most papers emphasize the leading role of the government to facilitate the governance on the green growth.
The most rapidly growing countries in Asia may not maintain their sustainable performance due to the urgent priority on the environmental issues and its resulting demand on the sustainable development. Now the green growth is not the optional, but the necessary survival kit in the region. Unfortunately, due to the complexity of a sustainable operation for collaborative innovation networking to harmonize all interest groups, it is especially difficult to visualize the performance of these sustainable policies and practices (Myeong et al., 2014). That is the reason most papers in this special issue evoke the importance of creating a new paradigm of performance-oriented strategies geared toward value creation based on harmonized network management. Even if the value is invisible at its core, it has become much more important for all our daily lives due to the rapid diffusion of Internet-based technologies and e-business (Choi and Gao, 2014). We live in the interdependent society, and thus all our interests are intertwined with each other. Instead of the profit maximization or economic efficiency, which is based on the individual decision as the traditional paradigm of the social science, we need to consider the new paradigm of harmonized win-win game of value creation for all. It is much more difficult, but worthy to explore for our new challenges on the frontier toward the future.