It’s not hard to predict how environmental programs in your organization are most likely viewed – as a burden.
This has been the mindset since corporate environmental departments’ conception. In the past, specific facility managers often managed environmental data independently and were seen as a necessary task to avoid non-compliance fees.
However, as environmental data management has become centrally managed and located in the cloud, the data is consolidated, easily managed and standardized. This has led to new opportunities for that comprehensive, organization-wide data to provide usable information that creates bottom line value.
As an environmental professional, you have likely already seen many of these opportunities. The challenge is taking this raw data and explaining to your myriad audiences that environmental compliance is a crucial aspect of success for your business.
To explain how you can change the perspectives of your various audiences’ perspective on environmental compliance, we released a new white paper entitled, “Transforming Mindset From Compliance To Business Value,” which details strategies for explaining ROI and bottom-line value of environmental compliance in your organization.
The paper demonstrates a step-by-step process on how environmental professionals can make the business case for environmental compliance. Key areas include:
- Distilling critical information: How to find the data that provides the biggest impact to your organization
- Visualizing and presenting data findings for maximum impressions amongst executives
- Going beyond compliance: Finding extra ways to add value and demonstrate the integral nature of environmental data management
The whitepaper will present readers with a strong case as to why they are in a position to provide far more value to their organization. It will walk through various examples that apply to any organization, and describe how best to identify and vet those opportunities.
Read the white paper here.