Global, complex, and
multi-layered value chains have become common
for many industries such as manufacturing, electronics, pharmaceutical,
chemical, and retail. In addition, globalization,
increased environmental awareness, social media, and competitive pressure
create a new operating environment of transparency, and social responsibility
requirements for all industries.
Supply chain risks such as
regulatory non-compliance; increasing cost of material inputs; and human
rights, and ethical violations can result in business disruption, financial
losses, brand and reputation damages, customer dissatisfaction, or decreased
market competiveness. By improving environmental, social and economic
performance throughout their supply chains, companies may conserve resources,
optimize processes, uncover product innovations, save on costs, increase labor
productivity, and promote their corporate values and culture across their value
CH2M HILL will present an
overview of the importance of supply chain sustainability; share best practice
examples from leaders in the industry, and offer recommendations on practical
first steps to take to improve your supply chain sustainability performance.
January 15, 2014
AWMA Member Price:$99.00
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