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  • Call to Action for Food and Pharmaceutical Sustainability
    Dr. David J. Closs
    John H. McConnell Chair in Business Administration
    Chairperson
    Department of Supply Chain Management
    Michigan State University
    November 12, 2009
  • Desired Outcomes
    Increase awareness of inter-related food and pharmaceutical sustainability challenges.
    For challenges identified, frame food/pharmaceutical sustainability complexities for broader understanding and dialogue.
    In “safe” space, begin to explore alternative paths of action for identified challenges and related complexities.
    Establish agenda for joint efforts to understand and resolve complexities.
  • Agenda
    Introductions
    Dimensions of sustainability
    Call to action for food and pharmaceutical sustainability
    Strategic challenges: Overview and process
    Strategic challenges: Group discussion
    Strategic challenges: Report out
    Linking Challenges to Themes from Food + Society MAP
    Review matrix relating challenges to themes
    Prioritize and characterize complexities
    Keep the call to action alive
  • Introductions
    Name
    Company and position
    Responsibility for sustainability
  • Call to Action for Food and Pharmaceutical Sustainability
    A safe and sustainable food supply is a common challenge
    Who’s who in the room and why?
    Why MSU?
  • Transportation of products between
    stages in the system.
    T
    Complexity In The Food Supply Chain
    meat & poultry
    dairy
    fish & seafood
    eggs
    ANIMAL
    PRODUCTION
    grain elevators
    shippers
    feed lots
    fresh products
    prepared products
    T
    T
    FARM
    PRODUCTASSEMBLERS
    FARM
    INPUTS
    MULTIPLE FARM
    SOURCES
    T
    END-PRODUCT
    PROCESSORS
    T
    T
    seed
    feed
    fertilizer
    pesticides
    CROP
    PRODUCTION
    T
    INGREDIENT
    PROCESSORS
    T
    T
    T
    grains
    oil seeds
    fruits
    vegetables
    milling
    slaughtering
    crushing
    starches
    flavorings
    STORAGE
    MULTIPLE FARM
    SOURCES
    T
    WHOLESALERS
    supermarkets
    convenience stores
    co-op
    restaurants
    hotels
    schools
    hospitals
    military bases
    vending
    farmer’s markets
    community feeding
    general home
    specialty products
    food service
    T
    RETAILERS
    CONSUMERS
    Adapted from Bruce Hope, (April 13, 2005), “Identifying Research Needs for Risk Assessment of U.S. Food Supply Security,” Society of Toxicology - Risk Assessment Specialty Section (RASS) Monthly Teleconference.
  • Environmental
    Sustainable
  • Environmental
    Ethical
    Sustainable
  • Environmental
    Ethical
    Sustainable
    Economic
  • Environmental
    Ethical
    Sustainable
    Education
    Economic
  • Dimensions of Sustainability
    Education
    Economic
    External Management
    Internal Management
    Employee Relations
    SUSTAINABILITY
    Usage Reduction
    Community Connection
    Business Practice Management
    Conservation
    Ethics
    Environment
    Talent Development
    Relationship Management
  • A Safe and Sustainable Food Supply is a Common Challenge
    We all have a very strong interest in food availability, cost and safety
  • A Safe and Sustainable Food Supply is a Common Challenge
    We all have a very strong interest in food availability, cost and safety
    We have a joint vested interest in making food safe and available
  • A Safe and Sustainable Food Supply is a Common Challenge
    We all have a very strong interest in food availability, cost and safety
    We have a joint vested interest in making food safe and available
    The food and pharmaceutical industry is in constant transition
    New ingredients to enhance taste, offerings, longevity, and efficacy
    New packaging to enhance safety and longevity
    New technologies to enhance tracking and point-of-sale
    New channel members to enhance access
    This combination of changes introduces continuous dynamics in the food and pharmaceutical chain
    As executives in this chain, we must learn to manage from one dynamic state to another
  • Taste/Health – Ice Cream
    Innovation in low-fat and low-sugar ice creams
    Low temperature extrusion technology leads to a smooth, creamy textured ice cream at lower fat levels
    Additives
    Omega-3 fatty acids (brain function)
    Phytosterols (anti-cancer)
    Probiotics (intestinal health)
    Vitamin D (heart health)
    Calcium (osteoperosis, hypertension)
    Uses of new ice cream
    Healthy snack
    Meal replacement
    Nutrition for Elderly who have difficulty swallowing
  • Safe Packaging – Blow-fill-seal
    Aseptic process for filling and packaging sterile pharmaceutical liquids and other health care products
    Replacing traditional glass vial processing
    Container molded from plastic, aseptically filled and hermetically sealed in one continuous, integrated, and automatic operations without human manipulation
  • New Technology – FoodLogiQ
    On Demand Software
    Trace and monitor movement of food, feed, food-producing animals or substances through all stages of production and distribution leveraging RFID, barcoding, mobile and web solutions
    Automate ordering and reporting of laboratory tests for surface pathogens, pesticide residues, or irrigation water conducted within your own facilities and farms
    Quality Management – help with certification and set up of program
  • A Safe and Sustainable Food Supply is a Common Challenge
    We all have a very strong interest in food availability, cost and safety
    We have a joint vested interest in making food safe and available
    The food and pharmaceutical industry is in constant transition
    New ingredients to enhance taste, offerings, longevity, and efficacy
    New packaging to enhance safety and longevity
    New technologies to enhance tracking and point-of-sale
    New channel members to enhance access
    This combination of changes introduces continuous dynamics in the food and pharmaceutical chain
    As executives in this chain, we must learn to manage from one dynamic state to another
    CEOs are beginning to include sustainability as a key corporate performance indicator.
  • Who’s Who in the Room and Why?
  • Who’s Who in the Room and Why?
    Problem solving has historically received a functional focus
  • Who’s Who in the Room and Why?
    Problem solving has historically received a functional focus
    Today’s problems and challenges require a cross-functional expertise
  • Who’s Who in the Room and Why?
    Problem solving has historically received a functional focus
    Today’s problems and challenges require a cross-functional expertise
    Academic expertise
    Agricultural production
    Agricultural processing
    Food and pharmaceutical manufacturing
    Engineering
    Packaging
    Communication
    Criminal justice and counterfeiting
    Supply chain management
    Information technology
    University administration
  • Who’s Who in the Room and Why?
    Problem solving has historically received a functional focus
    Today’s problems and challenges require a cross-functional expertise
    Academic expertise
    Representatives from industry
    Packaged food
    Ethical and OTC pharmaceutical
    Packaging
  • Who’s Who in the Room and Why?
    Problem solving has historically received a functional focus
    Today’s problems and challenges require a cross-functional expertise
    Academic expertise
    Representatives from industry
    We are here to share space, challenges, and insight
  • Who’s Who in the Room and Why?
    Problem solving has historically received a functional focus
    Today’s problems and challenges require a cross-functional expertise
    Academic expertise
    Representatives from industry
    We are here to share space, challenges, and insight
    We are here to work together to solve dilemmas
  • Traditional Career Path: Functional Depth
    Supply Chain
    Production
    Safety
    Packaging
    R&D
    Traditional Career Paths
  • Fostering Depth And Breadth In Skills And Work Experience
    Supply Chain
    Production
    Integrated
    Management
    Safety
    Packaging
    R&D
    Traditional Career Paths
    Sample Integrated Career Paths
  • Why MSU?
    Effective sustainability requires a cross-functional focus
  • Why MSU?
    Effective sustainability requires a cross-functional focus
    Rankings
  • Rankings
    Agriculture
    Ranked in the top 100 schools in the world by Shanghai Jiao Tong University
    Veterinary Medicine
    #9 by US News & World Report
    Material Science
    For over 35 years, held the nation’s best record for winning and placing in the American Institute of Chemical Engineers National Student Design Competition
    Criminal Justice - #7 by US News & World Report
    Supply Chain Management - #2 by AMR Research and # 1 by Supply Chain Management Review
  • Why MSU?
    Effective sustainability requires a cross-functional focus
    Rankings
    Universities are typically a storehouse of siloed knowledge
  • Why MSU?
    Effective sustainability requires a cross-functional focus
    Rankings
    Universities are typically a storehouse of siloed knowledge
    MSU has developed world class expertise in the disciplines required for food and pharmaceutical safety and sustainability
  • Why MSU?
    Effective sustainability requires a cross-functional focus
    Rankings
    Universities are typically a storehouse of siloed knowledge
    MSU has developed world class expertise in the disciplines required for food and pharmaceutical safety and sustainability
    President Simon says that environmental stewardship and sustainability "is part of our DNA at Michigan State."
  • Conclusion