Best Practices: EHS Digital Transformation Planning
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This report provides EHS decision-makers with advice on emerging best practices for planning EHS digital transformation efforts encompassing software and Internet-of-Things (IoT) solutions. Over the last two decades, the product landscape for EHS information management has shifted dramatically from compliance management systems, such as for incident logs and permits management, to workflow-based connected platforms for enterprise EHS management. Our research has found that customers need to adapt their technology strategies to the new EHS information management paradigm and re-evaluate their data needs, goals and outcomes prior to undertaking significant digital transformation investments. To future-proof their efforts, firms should assess their preferred systems architecture environment, establish long-term governance structures that support strategic flexibility, and dedicate full-time resources to change management.
Table of contentsCustomers Need To Face Up To Planning For The Full EHS Digital Ecosystem
EHS Executives Can Choose From A Wide Array Of Software, IoT And Digital Transformation Options
Technology Strategies Need To Adapt To The New EHS Information Management Paradigm
Emerging Best Practices For Planning A Digital Ecosystem
EHS Technology Buyers Need To Have A Clear Understanding Of Data Needs, Goals And Outcomes
Firms Should Assess The Best-Fit System Architecture And Technologies For Their Users
Corporate Executives Need To Foster Long-Term Strategic Flexibility
Firms Need To Dedicate More Resources To Continuous Improvement And Change Management
Table of figuresFigure 1. Research Scope On Corporate EHS Digital Transformation Planning
Figure 2. Adoption Of EHS Digital Technologies In 2020
Figure 3. Pilot Adoption Of EHS Technologies By Firm Revenue Size
Figure 4. The Paradigm For EHS Information Management Is Evolving
Figure 5. The Connected Ecosystem For EHS Information Management
Figure 6. Example Schematic Systems Architecture For The Digital Ecosystem Approach
Figure 7. Best Practices To Avoid Pilot Purgatory
Figure 8. Strategic Differences In Software-Only Versus Digital Ecosystem Best Practices
Organisations mentionedAchilles, AECOM, Alcumus Group, Arcadis, Blackline Safety, Caterpillar, Cognibox, Cority, Cortexica, Coty, CVC Growth, DAQRI, Diageo, EarthCam, EcoOnline, Enablon, Enterprise Health, EON Reality, ERM, ExxonMobil, EY, Fatigue Science, Fifth Business, Fortive, Gensuite, GlaxoSmithKline, GOARC, Guardhat, Hess, Hexoskin, Honeywell, HSI, Intelex, iPoint-systems, IsoMetrix, Jacobs, Kenzen, KPA, Microsoft, Multimedia Training Systems, OneLook Systems, ProcessMAP, Pro-Sapien, Rolls-Royce, SAI Global, SmartCap, Sphera, StrongArm Technologies, TCV, Texas Children's Hospital, The Carlyle Group, The Home Depot, Thoma Bravo, Toyota, Triax Technologies, UL, Unilever, Upskill, VelocityEHS, Veriforce, Verisk 3E, Wood
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