An initiative must be efficient and effective; with the betterment of the environment, society and economics in mind.
The benefits must be clearly outlined; including metrics/results that highlight the environmental/social and economic savings.
An initiative must be a proven and established project, and more than a conceptual idea.
It may be a project that has been implemented for years, yet other offices/regions can benefit from the existing initiative.
As sustainability is one of BDP’s core values, this is a concrete way to practice what we preach, while calling attention to the efforts and endeavors by BDP employees to create a more environmentally friendly workplace. We encourage our employees to think outside of the proverbial box and think about how processes can be changed for the better.