Here’s a taste of what to expect:
1. Avoid a backward approach to data-driven sustainability
The times when a lightweight declaration of intent and a low-calorie CSR report were enough to ensure a company’s sustainable reputation are long gone. Therefore, a data-driven approach to sustainability is more important than ever. According to Esben Kaufmann, VP Digital Business Consulting at NNIT, a strategic approach and a sustainability dashboard can take the sustainable development to new levels.
2. Boost your sustainability with cloud
The Cloud offers a myriad of advantages in the endeavor to make the business greener and be first to market with sustainable solutions. According to Hanne Skovgaard Duve, Associate VP, Cloud Transformation & Cloud Center of Excellence/CCoE at NNIT, Cloud solutions can, amongst other things, help optimize your value streams all the way from idea to launch.
3. Achieve success with the hybrid workplace
Digital forms of collaboration are in explosive growth. But how can video meetings and digital work networks contribute to sustainable solutions that add value in the long run? Michael Meyer, Director Digital Workplace at NNIT, stresses digital inclusion, a comprehensive security setup and focus on change management as three central factors you need to have in place to succeed with the hybrid workplace.
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