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  • 1. Green-IT Governance Tanguy Swinnen
  • 2. Green-IT Governance, the zen future 1. A  Few  facts     2. Green-­‐IT   3. Need  for  governance   4. Specific  Case   Green-­‐ict.com   26/09/2013   Green-­‐IT  @  ABE   2  
  • 3. Green-IT Governance, the zen future 1. A  Few  Facts   –  Environmental  pressure   –  External  Drivers   2. Green-­‐IT   3. From  operaBons  to  governance   4. Targeted  outcomes   Green-­‐ict.com   26/09/2013   Green-­‐IT  @  ABE   3  
  • 4. The environmental pressure •  We  are  facing  growing  environmental  challenges:   o  Global  warming,   o  Resources  scarcity,   o  Financial  &  Societal  Crisis   •  Professional  ICT  and  home  electronics  represent  2  to  3%   of  GHG  and  are  responsible  for  massive  toxic  e-­‐waste.   •  We  need  to  reduce  the  environmental  footprint  of  ICT.   •  Hopefully  ICT  is  also  an  enabler  to  a  low  carbon   economy.   Greening  BY  IT   Greening  OF  IT   Green-­‐ict.com   26/09/2013   Green-­‐IT  @  ABE   4  
  • 5. Green-IT Governance, the zen future 1. A  Few  Facts   –  Environmental  pressure   –  External  Drivers   2. Green-­‐IT   3. From  operaBons  to  governance   4. Targeted  outcomes   Green-­‐ict.com   26/09/2013   Green-­‐IT  @  ABE   5  
  • 6. From global to Green-IT Governance •  Hence  the  need  for  governance  …     –  Promotes  trust  in  the  organizaBon  and  its  people,   –  Improves  decision-­‐making  and  the  quality  of  these  decisions,   –  Enhances  the  percepJon  of  the  organizaBon  among  people,   –  Improves  the  ability  to  miBgate  risks,   –  Improves  stability  …  sustainability  (financial,  legal,  social,  industrial).     Global   WTO,  FMI,  WEO   NaJonal   SSM  (Malaysia)   OrganizaJon     Finance   IAS,  SOX   Sustainability   GRI,    ISO  14001     IT   Pressure  is  increasing.   Green-­‐ict.com   26/09/2013   Green-­‐IT  @  ABE   6  
  • 7. Green-IT Governance, the zen future 1. A  Few  Facts   2. Green-­‐IT   –  Scope   –  Challenges   3. From  operaBons  to  governance   4. Targeted  outcomes   Green-­‐ict.com   26/09/2013   Green-­‐IT  @  ABE   7  
  • 8. Greening  By  IT  …  98%   A few Green-IT activities Greening  Of  IT  …  2  -­‐>  3  %   AcBons  taken  by  an  organizaBon  to  lower  IT   environmental  footprint.   e.g.     Managing  electrical  power  used  by  IT   infrastructure     Managing  wastes  and  consumables  used  by  IT   and  related  systems     Sustainable  IT  pracBces     IntegraBng  and  aligning  with  enterprise  level   carbon  management  targets  and  iniBaBves     LimiBng  CPU  power     …   ICT  projects  and  products  allowing  a  reducBon   of  the  global  environmental  footprint  (*).     e.g.     Environmental  friendly  pracBces  (travel   opBmizaBon  /  reducBon,  ...)     Water  opBmizaBon  in  gardening     IntegraBng  building  automaBon  &  power   management  systems     Eco-­‐driving     Home-­‐energy  monitoring   (*)  GeSI  evaluates  to  16,5%  the  potenBal  for  IT  to  help   reducing  industry  GHG  emissions.     IT:  3%   Other   Industries:   97%   Green  of  ICT   Main  focus  :   •  Easy  (operaBonal)   •  Low  hanging  fruits       Green  by  ICT   Liele  aeenBon  today:   •  Broader  scope   •  Higher  potenBal         Green-­‐ict.com   26/09/2013   Green-­‐IT  @  ABE   8  
  • 9. Green-IT Governance, the zen future 1. A  Few  Facts   2. Green-­‐IT   –  Scope   –  Challenges   3. From  operaBons  to  governance   4. Targeted  outcomes   Green-­‐ict.com   26/09/2013   Green-­‐IT  @  ABE   9  
  • 10. How to make IT greener ? some of the equations (in)  direct     consumpBon   Circular  economy   Green-­‐ict.com   26/09/2013   Green-­‐IT  @  ABE   10  
  • 11. All actors in a single direction •  OperaBng  model  for  the  management  of  Green-­‐IT   iniBaBves  (OF,BY).       Green-­‐IT  Governance   ICT   CSR   HR   PROCUREMENT   FACILITIES   OPERATIONS  (  business)     RISK/LEGAL   COMMUNICATION   Finance   Frameworks    &  Standards   PragmaJc  implementaJon   BENEFITS   ConJnuous  improvement   Green   IniBaBves   Green-­‐ict.com   26/09/2013   Green-­‐IT  @  ABE   11  
  • 12. Green-IT Governance, the zen future 1. Environmental    pressure     2. Green-­‐IT   3. From  operaJons  to  governance   4. Targeted  outcomes   Green-­‐ict.com   26/09/2013   Green-­‐IT  @  ABE   12  
  • 13. Implementing Green-IT: SGM framework •  The  Green-­‐IT  Strategy,  Governance  and   Maturity  framework  supports  the   organizaBon  from  day  1.     •  Green-­‐IT  SGM  is  a  pure  governance   methodology,  it  implements,  monitors  and   controls:   –  The  transformaBon  of  CSR  or  sustainable   strategy  into  tacJcal  Green-­‐IT  decisions  at   departmental  level,   –  The  converBon  of  tacJcal  decisions  into   operaJonal  acBviBes,   –  The  Green-­‐IT  poreolio  and  dashboard  of  KPIs.     Green-­‐ict.com   26/09/2013   Green-­‐IT  @  ABE   13   People   Planet   Profit  
  • 14. Green’ing a FW •  Prepare to change by identifying the right stakeholders (out of usual IT domain of influence) –  Helps interviewing the right persons for accurate assessment; –  Helps in identifying the right pain- killers; –  Helps identify the right persons for communicating initiatives and manage changes. Green-­‐ict.com   26/09/2013   Green-­‐IT  @  ABE   14  
  • 15. Green-IT Governance, the zen future 1. Environmental    pressure     2. Green-­‐IT   3. From  operaBons  to  governance   4. Targeted  outcomes   1.  Typical  Case   2.  Your  benefits   Green-­‐ict.com   26/09/2013   Green-­‐IT  @  ABE   15  
  • 16. Context Industry   Sponsor   Sustainability  strategy   Governance  archetype   MarkeJng  Agency  who  wants  to  strengthen  Web  MarkeJng  offering   CIO   Yes,  under  CSR  responsibility   Decentralised  governance   Demand   Huge  green  markeBng  iniBaBve  @  org’s  level    Want  each  department  to  evaluate  how  they  can  parBcipate   More  specifically,  MkBng  wants  to  get  rid  of  paper     Green  achievements   1.  Immediate  wins  in  datacenter  operaBon   2.  Improvement  of  the  data  management  processes   3.  ImplementaBon  of  Green  KPIs     4.  Boost  of  homework  iniBaBve   Collateral  achievements   1.  Energy  week  (internal  communicaBon)   2.  Change  of  behaviour  between  faciliBes  and  IT   3.  Higher  percepBon  of  IT’s  contribuBon  to  Org’s  mission   Status   Ongoing  project   Conclusions   Green-­‐IT  is  a  company  wide  concern   Load  (duraBon)   ASSESS   20  days     (2  months)   PLAN    45  days    (4  months)   IMPLEMENT   60  days                 Green-­‐ict.com   26/09/2013   Green-­‐IT  @  ABE   16  
  • 17. Discrepencies •  Non-IT scores lower than IT •  Efficient IT, and hence quite green without knowing •  Little understanding from non-IT’ers about what IT actually does •  IT’s willingness to go further in the green direction Green-­‐Of   Green-­‐By   Org's   involvement   IT's  involvement   IT     non-­‐IT   ASSESS   PLAN   IMPLEMENT   Green-­‐ict.com   26/09/2013   Green-­‐IT  @  ABE   17  
  • 18. As-Is cartography LEVEL  1   LEVEL  2   LEVEL  3                        MEASUREMENT       ID   Type   Domain   Name   Lead   Status   ReferenBal   Exist   Ref   Unit   Period   Historic   Quality   Remarks   DC-­‐1       OF                   Datacenter   Datacenter   efficiency     FaciliBes   Ongoing   COC   datacenter,   Green  Grid   YES                               Usage  of  free   cooling   FaciliBes   Stopped                               Tested  in  DC1,  then  stopped.    Bad   ROI  vs  the  move  to  a  new   datacenter  in  2015.       Move   hardware  to   more  efficient   datacenter     FaciliBes   Ongoing                               Yes.    As  the  maximum  energy   capacity  is  reached  in  DC1  and   DC2  (actual  electricity  use  @   approximately  80%  of  total   available  electricity).  Usage  of   collocaBon  datacenter  premises     (lower  PUE,  around  1,5)       Plan  new   datacenter   (more   efficient)   FaciliBes   Ongoing                               Done,  waiBng  for  implementaBon   decision  (country).    Is  currently  a   blocking  factor  for  energy   efficiency  investments,  like   dynamic  cooling.       Energy   efficiency   monitoring   Facilites   Ongoing   PUE  1,80   YES   PUE   n/a   Month   Yes     High   Yes.    ObjecBve  for  DC1  (1,80-­‐1,83)   for  2011.    1,81  in  January.     ObjecBve  for  DC2  (1,86),  1,83  in   December  2010.    For  collocaBon,   fixed  PUE  of  1,5  (in  contract).  No   other  KPI  measured,  an  iniBaBve   as  been  launched  end  of  April  by   FaciliBes  to  measure  CUE  et  WUE.   PUE    Level  of  Efficiency       3,0    Very  Inefficient     2,5    Inefficient     2,0    Average   1,5    Efficient   1,2  Very  Efficient   ASSESS   PLAN   IMPLEMENT   Green-­‐ict.com   26/09/2013   Green-­‐IT  @  ABE   18  
  • 19. Dashboard & Roadmap ASSESS   PLAN   IMPLEMENT   Indicators  have     been  idenBfied   And  a  poroolio  of  projects     Is  created  to  improve  those  indicators.   Green-­‐ict.com   26/09/2013   Green-­‐IT  @  ABE   19  
  • 20. Green-IT Governance, the zen future 1. Environmental    pressure     2. Green-­‐IT   3. From  operaBons  to  governance   4. Targeted  outcomes   1.  Typical  Case   2.  Your  benefits   Green-­‐ict.com   26/09/2013   Green-­‐IT  @  ABE   20  
  • 21. Your benefits •  The  benefits  are  mulBple  and  involve  all   stakeholders   •  Immediate  ROI  (both  finance  and  environment  !)  and  quick  wins   •  Improved  corporate  branding  /  image   •  High  shareholder  value  /  saBsfacBon   •  GHG  and  e-­‐waste  emissions  reporBng   •  AnBcipate  regulaBons  /  avoid  penalBes   •  In  line  with  company’s  CSR  mission   Green-­‐ict.com   26/09/2013   Green-­‐IT  @  ABE   21  
  • 22. Conclusions •  Green  thinking  is  pervasive;   •  Green-­‐IT  involves  many  people  in  the   organizaBon.   …   •  Unifying  frameworks  do  exist;   •  Low-­‐Hanging  fruits  can  easily  be   idenBfied  …   together  with  mid-­‐  and  long-­‐  term   visionary  roadmap.   Green-­‐ict.com   26/09/2013   Green-­‐IT  @  ABE   22  
  • 23.     Your  Partner  in  Green-­‐IT   and  sustainable  business  strategy   Thierry Holoffe tho@green-ict.com @ThierryHoloffe Tanguy Swinnen tsw@green-ict.com @TanguySwinnen   www.green-­‐ict.com     green@green-­‐ict.com   @Green_ICT_Com      Green-­‐IT  Observatory