2010 SAP Sustainability Solutions In Review
It’s been quite a year in Sustainability. As the year winds down, I wanted to look back at the SAP Sustainability Solutions team’s contributions to the Community Network and consider what the year ahead brings for us.
After connecting with the Mentors, where the atmosphere was supportive but challenging (wolfpack!) and setting some content creation goals with Marilyn, we reached out to Tom Raftery to hold a series of training sessions for the team (we’re still in the middle of our journey, with homework from Tom still to be done!).
How have we done? Well, we’ve had a <24 hour turnaround on forum posts, although our forums aren’t too busy yet. Big thanks to our leader there, Jim Spath.
Karin, Timo, Garrett, and I are on twitter, and we’ve had 16 blog posts against our full-year goal of 20 from the team. Not too shabby in the small time allotted and with the million other things the team has had on their plates.
In general, Solution Management teams at SAP have so much internal focus, that building a significant engagement via a platform like SCN is tough. I’m pleased with what we’ve accomplished so far. Here are the team’s blogs:
2010 SAP Sustainability Solutions In Review – Jeremiah Stone
Field Notes from India – Garrett Miller
Could Climate Change Cause the Swiss to Give up Neutrality? – Garrett Miller
New Value Promise of Sustainable Supply Chain… – Mark David
What gets measured, gets managed – Mary Kilgo
Ozone hole repairing – Mary Kilgo
Why do industrial catastrophes happen? – Mary Kilgo
Water, Water, Everywhere…How SAP Helps Manage Water – Garrett Miller
Water Bottle – BPA Update – Mary Kilgo
No such thing as green energy? – Mary Kilgo
State of Sustainable Supply Chain (Fall 2010) – Mark David
Hold on – keep those water bottles! – Mary Kilgo
Keeping People and Environment Safe – Mary Kilgo
Dragon in the Room: China’s Carbon Cap & Trade – Garrett Miller
US Climate Legislation – Garrett Miller