March 31, 2015
The importance of presentations is the outreach and exchange of new ideas. The idea presented at the 2030 Midwest Regional Sustainable Conference was “Sustainability the Next Frontier for Enterprise Innovation.” As cities and professionals seek new ways to promote sustainability new ideas lead to innovation.
The Definition of the Sustainability the Next Frontier for Enterprise Innovation:
- “The avalanche of data effects our ability to use information impacting decision-making on critical, complex and standard matters that distort reality.” by Tyra Oldham
The reality of failing infrastructure and economic challenges propel either limitations or opportunities to build capacity in thinking, development and collaborations.
I find to take a stand on unsustainable versus sustainable is the new vision in which sides are drawn and processes are supported to chart a new path. The path leads to connectivity and the synthesis of economic development to build capacities to achieve sustainability. While preservation and development are intertwined to sustain while determining new ways to build, live, eat, work and play harmoniously and healthy.
The fallacy and challenge is in the check marking of sustainability as complete when the process is driven by continuous improvement. Further by isolating various platforms that sync and produce discontinuity in data because the problems are not seen widely and interconnected.
“Not all about LEED but Leadership.”
Those organizations that champion sustainability are seen a super heroes leading the way benchmarking and establishing metrics for others to follow. The risk for these organizations is reporting where all eyes are on the reported while others fail to share.
Sustainability is evolving. I envision Next Frontier the synthesis of the Internet of Things, defining the organizational footprint, as well as urban and rural resource and intelligence transference.
Sustainability goes beyond the facility but the ability to facilitate and develop solutions that work changing our knowledge, resource and economic viability to optimize capacity and reducing socioeconomic disparity.
Contact Tyra Oldham for more information on this content and presentation at firstname.lastname@example.org
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