Join us January 27-29, 2010 for an important dialog on energy, the environment and sustainability
The Global Eco-efficiency Jam is a web-based event which will provide an unrivalled opportunity for thousands of public and private sector sustainability leaders, from medium to large organizations around the world, to pool their knowledge and experiences through a series of focused discussions and exchanges of best practices with each other, with practitioners and influencers and with acknowledged subject matter experts.
The objective of this jam is to enable senior representatives from organizations of all sizes to cooperatively determine the best actions that can be taken to meet our goals for a sustainable future for our organizations, our customers, our suppliers, our stakeholders and society at large. The focus will be on improving the efficiency of all aspects of an organization's operations and assets by leveraging existing technologies and best practices based on operational measures adopted or already planned by experienced delegates.
Within 60 days of the event, every jam participant will receive a full report of the findings, analyzed and prepared by IBM's Institute for Business Value. This document is expected to be a down to earth and comprehensive guide on positive and pragmatic actions that organizations can take towards a sustainable future.
Join your colleagues from around the globe January 27-29 as we discuss today's pressing environment and climate concerns!
The Global Eco-efficiency Jam topics will address a broad set of opportunities for efficiency in keeping with IBM's Energy and Environment Framework, including:
- Green IT
How can organizations apply energy efficient technology and practices to data centers and other IT assets?
- Energy efficient infrastructure
How can organizations measure and manage energy use of their buildings, facilities, and other assets?
- Sustainable operations
How can organizations improve their environmental performance while driving sustainable growth?
- The new workplace
What can an organization do to reduce the environmental impact of its workforce while meeting business objectives?
- Smarter Industries, Smarter Cities
How can eco-efficiency change the way entire industries, cities and societies operate?
- Raising the bar
What are the most important key performance indicators for my organization and how do I meet stakeholder expectations?