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Here we measure all members activity and contributions through metrics linked to the ArmMe's challenges and designed by members themselves. As a member you can contribute to all Public KPIs and define your own as soon as you created a challenge. As a challenge team member you can update all the Team KPIs.

 

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How might we help citizens to use their cars less in city centers?
Cars are a major polluter, accounting for 60.7% of total CO2 emissions from road transport in Europe (75% in US).
2020-05-16
ArmMe
Experimental Organization
Owner
Would you be ready to leave your car if a friendly alternative was existing in city centers?
Many solutions already exists to avoid to drive and to lose time and resources in a car but looking at the data it seems that these solutions do not meet entirely the needs of users. This question is for users that are using their car in city centers frequently. There is no trap in the question. The point is not to judge if it is good or bad o use a car. The fact is that innovations only concern 10 to 20% of a the population at first. These users are defined as the early adopters. This question is designed to measure users' attachment to their vehicle.
This question has got many biases so it is necessary to be aware of them. For instance, the answer may vary depending on your country, if you live in the very center of a big city like New York or Paris or if you live in the "middle of nowhere". Age can be a factor of differentiation like your position in the society. That is not a big deal as soon as you try to think out of the box. Today cars are the solution as described in the challenge introduction. But are they so friendly or a better question would be what makes them so friendly? Think about it before answering. Thanks for your answer.
How might we help ArmMe to improve and achieve its goals?
ArmMe is an experimental organization always looking for improvement opportunities. You help will be highly appreciated
2020-05-17
ArmMe
Experimental Organization
Owner
What area did you prefer while visiting the ArmMe's website?
Focus on users needs is critical for an organization. It avoids to spend time where there isn't any interest from users. On the other hand, to identify which functionality brings added value allows to develop and improve them. This is the goal of this metric. Here we want to catch what members most appreciated in the site. Choosing a category will not mean that it doesn't need improvement but will help to focus next features developments, prioritazing areas where members got traction with.
This metric is interactive. You can update it adding a value. You can also add a comment. For instance, if one of the features you most liked is not on the list. It could then give the opportunity to add it to test traction on that specific point. You can like the comment so that it will be seen by much more people. It is a good way to promote your pools in the site while you manage a challenge. The more members like the KPI, the more you will get data. You can add the KPI to your Dashboard if you want to follow its eveolution over time easily. Be creative and thanks for participating.
How might we help ArmMe to improve and achieve its goals?
ArmMe is an experimental organization always looking for improvement opportunities. You help will be highly appreciated
2020-05-17
ArmMe
Experimental Organization
Owner
How did you find the "My Space" page?
The "My Space" page is central for users. This is the place where you can modify your profile, read members messages. You can manage the challenges you created, teamed with or followed. You can also manage Updates, KPIs and comments. Experiencing that page, you might have noticed areas of improvement or features that are not so simple to handle with. This metric is here to define which part of the "My Space" page needs improvement first. Thanks to evaluate each part in comparaison of others.
If you think "ArmMails" is OK but "My Dashboard" confusing you may put 6 on the "ArmMails" category and 3 in the "My Dashboard" one. Values have to be from 1 to 10. And your scores would be averaged with the previous ones. This way you can see live the result of your contribution among others. In the comment area, you can explain your marks so that it will be easier to transform your point of view into actions. In innovation qualitative data are often very appreciable against quantitative ones. Thanks in advance for your contribution. Be fair.
How might we help ArmMe to implement a disruptive global supply chain designed for low carbon?
What if we would take advantage of all our pesonnal trips to transport our goods?
2020-05-23
ArmMe
Experimental Organization
Owner
How often are you buying products without knowing anything about what it took to produce and transport them?
We are what we buy, says sociologist. "I shop therefore I am," is now the basis of our civilisation, according to York sociologist Colin Campbell. What about how we buy? What about the impacts of our buyings on environmental and social issues? Do you consider them when you make the decision to buy product A against B? It is not an easy question because supply chains are global. Products can be assembled locally but composed by components coming from all other the world with huge environmental and social costs. This is the case for raw materials and finish goods. What if we try to measure them?
While self-expression may not matter if you’re buying light bulbs or other utilitarian products, experts have long known that people often buy things as a way to say something about themselves, whether that’s a Miley Cyrus T-shirt or a car... “In our quest to say who we are, it helps to simultaneously say who we are not.” Are We What We Buy? - Stanford GSB - As soon as you start looking at what you buy and what it tells about how you care about our common future, you maybe surprised of the decision you would make. Let's try to figure out?
How might we help ArmMe to implement a disruptive global supply chain designed for low carbon?
What if we would take advantage of all our pesonnal trips to transport our goods?
2020-05-23
ArmMe
Experimental Organization
Owner
Would you take part to the supply chain if it would reduce both prices and impacts?
As a general point of view we are very passive regarding what we buy even if there are exceptions. Imagine we were to design a global supply chain were people were self transporting not only the goods they buy but also some bought by their neighbors, friends, family or even some people they will never meet... Imagine that you are to buy something on the internet and that this specific thing will come to you like the garden gnome in the movie Amélie Poulain: step by step, transported by peers with only a marginal pollution cost because they will do it in the flow of their usual activities...
First, you have to consider that when you travel, main of the resources available are not used efficiently. Take space for instance, when you travel in a car, 60% of the time, only the driver is in the car and the car boot is empty. Planes can fly with only a few passengers like buses and trains during off-peak hours. The concept of marginal pollution is easy to understand. You won't double the consumption of oil if your car boot is full rather than empty as soon as the main energy is used to move the car. Then, you will save the energy that would have been necessary to move the goods.

 

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