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Blog series about the world of management with knowledge (5/5); Sustainable development

Promoting sustainable development through knowledge management


In today's society, sustainable development has become one of the most central themes that guides the decision-making of both individuals and organizations. In the management of sports venues and properties, this means the introduction of new methods and processes that can be used to reduce environmental impacts and promote social responsibility. Managing with information provides effective tools to achieve these goals, which we discuss in this part of the blog series.

 

Environmental impact monitoring and management


Monitoring and managing the environmental effects of buildings and sports facilities is an essential part of sustainable development. With the help of data collection and analysis, it is possible to identify the areas where the greatest environmental impacts and their changes occur, whether it is energy consumption, waste production or water use. Once these areas are identified, measures can be developed to reduce them. For example, just by checking and changing the settings of the properties, energy consumption can be reduced and responsibility increased, or with the help of smart energy management systems, the energy consumption of the properties can be optimized in real time, which reduces emissions and saves costs.



 

Emphasizing social responsibility


Data collection and analysis can also be used to identify ways in which sports venues and real estate can promote social well-being and community. For example, by collecting information about services that do not exist and combining demographic information of the area, services can be planned and implemented that better meet the needs of the local community. This can mean, for example, cooperation with local charities or, for example, enabling club activities.

 

Promoting sustainable development requires commitment and innovative solutions. Management with information provides a solid foundation, with which the management of real estate and sports facilities can be not only financially sustainable, but also environmentally and socially sustainable. It enables reducing environmental impacts and emphasizing social responsibility, which not only improves the organization's reputation, but also promotes the well-being of the wider community. In the future, management with information will be an even more central part of sustainable development strategies in all industries.



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