Optimisation and Personalisation. In a Systemic Way. Improving of Your Sustainability Goals
Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions – but how?
A study has found that more than 75% of the industrial companies view the reduction of their carbon footprint as a high priority2. However, only 13% of the companies has fully implemented decarbonisation measures in their production and logistics. The problem of greenhouse gas emission boils down of monitoring and proactively addressing the levels of emissions in a data-driven way. This can be addressed on different levels, through monitoring sustainability KPIs, proactively warning when KPI levels are on the to reach outside allowed boundaries, and proactively suggesting solutions for mitigating the negative impacts.
Ensuring Equality in Practice – but how?
Diversity and equality in any group of people, be it a group of consumers, a team of workers, play an important role. When striving to achieve these, it’s important to define the targets and decide how to monitor these. Personalisation in the workforce will allow for specification of the preferences with respect to multiple parameters such as the temperature, lighting, humidity, settings of the equipment, as well as preferable working hours. These need to be optimised aiming at satisfying the diverse requirements of the workers hence contributing to more equal opportunities and increased equality.
Personalisation is great – but how?
Personalisation as a tool for the end-consumers to receive a better service from enterprises empowers sustainability. When the end product has a perfect fit for the customer, there will be less waste, less greenhouse gas emissions and higher customer satisfaction. On the other hand, personalisation contributes to better customer experience. Achieving personalisation is closely connected to privacy and integrity concerns, and strong privacy and security frameworks need to be in place, and data and insight ownership questions have to be addressed.