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  1. 1. SOCIALLY AND ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE SUPPLY CHAINS: A SOURCE FOR INNOVATION Spark Innovation Through Social and Environmental Practices TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 2008 Stanford University in partnership with
  2. 2. GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT FORUM STANFORD GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT FORUM THE STANFORD GLOBAL SOCIALLY AND ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE SUPPLY CHAIN SUPPLY CHAINS PROGRAM MANAGEMENT FORUM In 2007, the Forum launched the Socially and Environmentally Responsible Created in 1995, the Stanford (SER) Supply Chains Program. The SER Program focuses on the social and Global Supply Chain Management environmental dimensions of supply chain management. The objectives of the SER Program are to Forum (the Forum) is a leading • Advance supply chain SER knowledge by identifying best practices and research institute that works in developing new models & frameworks; partnership with the Graduate School • Share these advances with a broad network of industries and organizations of Business, the School of Engineering, in order to accelerate the adoption of SER best practices. and industrial organizations to advance the theory and practice of To achieve these goals the SER Program is engaged in the following activities: supply chain management. Through • C O LL ABOR ATI ON collaboration with its corporate Partnerships with industry, NGOs, Centers of Excellence, and governmental and academic partners, the Forum organizations. seeks to identify, document, and • R ES EAR C H AN D TEACHI NG disseminate best practices and Development of new teaching cases and courses, as well as research innovations in supply chain projects related to supply chain SER. management for the purpose of • KN OW LED GE D I S S EM INAT IO N furthering teaching and research. Sharing and exchanging of ideas through events, publications, and electronic mediums. For additional information contact: Lesley Sept, Associate Director www.gsb.stanford.edu/scforum Tel: 650.723.4289, E-mail: sept_lesley@gsb.stanford.edu STANFORD CENTER FOR SOCIAL INNOVATION The Center for Social Innovation builds and strengthens the capacity of individuals and organizations to develop innovative solutions to social problems for a more just, sustainable, and prosperous world. The Center’s approach to fostering innovative solutions is based on an underlying philosophy of “breaking down boundaries.” The Center facilitates and advances the exchange of ideas and values across sectors, across disciplines, and through bridging theory and practice. KNOWLEDGE CREATION EDUCATION RESOURCES IN ACTION Through the discovery of new ideas, the The Center’s education activities include The Center provides a bridge between Center increases awareness of social vehicles to get important ideas to a vast the academic community and practice. problems and provides frameworks for global community as well as intensive A number of our offerings have a direct thinking about solving these problems. learning opportunities. social impact in the world. • Cases • Podcasts • Center Consultations • Books • Stanford Social Innovation Review • Service Learning Trips • Research • Conferences and workshops • MBA Summer Internships • Executive Education • Community Partnerships • MBA Public Management Program • Alumni Consulting Team Certificate • MBA Board Fellows www.gsb.stanford.edu/csi
  3. 3. AGENDA AT A GLANCE Time Content Location 8:00 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast..................................McCaw Hall Arrillaga Center 9:00 a.m. Welcome .................................................................................McCaw Hall 9:15 a.m. Opening Keynote ....................................................................McCaw Hall Tim Bailey, Vice President of Product Supply at Clorox Company 10:00 a.m. Networking Break (30 minutes) ................................................Fisher Lobby 10:30 a.m. Morning Sessions A. Whatever It Takes: Supply Chain Social and Environmental Entrepreneurship ............................McDowell/Barnes B. Workshop: Better Product Design for a Better World ................................................................Lyons/Lodato C. Innovative Partnership Models: Harnessing the Power of Your Network .................................McCaw Hall D. Can Plants Power the Planet? A Candid Conversation About Biofuels ...................................Lane 11:45 a.m. Walk to Schwab Center for Lunch 12:00 p.m. Lunch at Schwab Center ...........................................................Vidalakis Dining Hall Schwab Center 1:00 p.m. Walk Back to Arrillaga Alumni Center 1:15 p.m. Midday Keynote ......................................................................McCaw Hall Dan Henkle, Senior Vice President of Social Responsibility at Gap Inc. 2:05 p.m. Networking Break (25 minutes) ................................................Fisher Lobby Afternoon Sessions *2:15 to 4:15 p.m. E. Two-Hour Workshop: Doing Business in China — New Strategies to Spur Growth..............................................Lyons/Lodato 2:30 p.m. F Strengthening the Links in Your Chain: . Strategies for Improving Product Safety ...................................McDowell/Barnes G. My Carbon Footprint Is Smaller Than Yours: Staying Ahead of the Pack......................................................McCaw Hall 3:45 p.m. Networking Break (30 minutes) ................................................Fisher Lobby 4:15 p.m. Closing Keynote ......................................................................McCaw Hall Hau Lee, Thoma Professor of Operations, Information, and Technology at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business 5:00 p.m. Reception ................................................................................Fisher Lobby * Please note that this two-hour workshop begins at 2:15 p.m., during the midday networking break.
  4. 4. ABOUT THIS EVENT The 2nd annual Stanford Socially and Environmentally Responsible Supply Chains conference brings together corporate and nonprofit leaders, policymakers, and academics to share insights on how fresh approaches to supply chain social and environmental practices can improve business performance. Today, you will have the opportunity to learn strategies to create product, process, and technology innovations. You will connect with people beyond your network and go home with tools to build a competitive advantage for your organization. We thank you for engaging in the continuing conversation on how responsible supply chains can improve performance and contribute to solutions that better the world. SUSTAINABILITY COMMITMENT THIS IS A GREEN EVENT: We have made every effort to integrate environmentally intelligent practices into this conference. We have sourced local, organic, and recycled supplies and have offset the transportation and hotel greenhouse gas emissions of all attendees, as well as the conference facility emissions. We welcome your suggestions and encourage your active participation in this commitment to our environment. Sustainable centerpieces. Campanula plants in terra cotta pots. Fresh, nutritious, organic and local food. Filtered water in glasses is being provided throughout the day to minimize the impact of manufacturing, transporting, and packaging bottled water. Carbon neutral.Transportation and hotel emissions of each attendee and conference facility emissions have been offset through Native Energy, an organization that helps build Native American, farmer-owned, community-based renewable energy projects that create social, economic, and environmental benefits. Every effort has been made to minimize conference materials. The materials produced have been printed on New Leaf Imagination (FSC) 100% post-consumer waste recycled paper. 4 - Socially and Environmentally Responsible Supply Chains: A Source for Innovation
  5. 5. DETAILED AGENDA 9:00 to 9:15 a.m. 10:30 to 11:45 a.m. Welcome Morning Breakout Sessions Dan Rudolph Senior Associate Dean for Operations, Session A: Stanford Graduate School of Business Whatever It Takes: Supply Chain Social Dan Rudolph is senior associate dean for operations at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He is and Environmental Entrepreneurship responsible for all non-academic areas of the MBA, Location: McDowell/Barnes Sloan Master’s, and Executive Education programs. Rudolph has nearly 20 years of marketing and general management experience. Three entrepreneurial leaders share how they apply Prior to joining Stanford, he was president and chief executive officer fresh approaches to social and environmental responsi- of Imparto, an Internet software company that he sold in late 1999. bility to improve their business. Cutting-edge practices Rudolph holds a Stanford MBA and a BA from Williams College. around fair trade, green purchasing, public-private partnerships, and other topics will be discussed. Jim Phills Professor of Organizational Behavior (Teaching) and Claude N. Rosenberg Jr. Director of the Priya Haji Center for Social Innovation, Stanford Graduate CEO and Co-Founder, World of Good Inc. School of Business Board Chair, World of Good: Development Jim Phills specializes in social innovation; exploring the Organization growing exchange of ideas, talent, capital, and values across sector Priya Haji is the award-winning CEO and co-founder boundaries. He is faculty director of the Stanford Center for Social of World of Good, a for-profit/nonprofit fair trade gift Innovation. Professor Phills is the author of Integrating Mission and company working with more than 6,000 artisans in 34 countries. Strategy for Nonprofit Organizations and is the academic editor of Haji was just awarded the Social Venture Network’s Innovation the Stanford Social Innovation Review. He developed and directs Award for her work with World of Good. World of Good has also many of the Center’s executive education programs and teaches recently partnered with eBay to build the world’s largest online MBA courses on general management, nonprofit strategy, and marketplace for people positive products. social entrepreneurship. Shawn Rosenmoss Senior Environmental Specialist, Department of the 9:15 to 10:00 a.m. Environment, City and County of San Francisco Opening Keynote In her two decades in program development, Shawn Rosenmoss has worked in the corporate, nonprofit, government, and public education arenas. She is Tim Bailey almost proud to be a bureaucrat in a city that is doing so much to Vice President, Product Supply green its own supply chain and drive the market for other entities The Clorox Company to do the same. Rosenmoss facilitates an array of programs with private sector companies, workforce development organizations, arts groups, museums, educators, foundations, and other municipal departments. A former aerialist, she holds a BS in electrical How does the Clorox Company manage the opportunities and engineering and a secondary math teaching credential. challenges of expanding into natural product lines? Tim Bailey will discuss the unique supply chain issues presented by the Chris Van Dyke recent launch of Green Works, a new brand of environmentally President and CEO, Nau Inc. responsible products. He also will discuss the acquisition of Chris Van Dyke has been a product creation and marketing professional in two of the most successful Burt’s Bees, a natural personal care products brand. sports apparel companies in the world, Nike and Patagonia. Nau is an eco-friendly clothing company Since May 2005, Tim Bailey has served as vice president started by former executives from these two companies. Trained of product supply at Clorox. In this position, he has overall as an attorney, Van Dyke joined Nike in 1984 as its East Coast legal responsibility for the company’s manufacturing and supply counsel, eventually moving into the product and marketing side of chain operations. Prior to joining Clorox in 1996, Bailey spent the company as the global marketing director for the apparel division 10 years working for the Quaker Oats Company in numerous and later as brand director for the Asia Pacific region. At Patagonia roles, his final position being regional supply chain manager. Van Dyke worked as VP of marketing and product development. A native of Knoxville, Tennessee, Bailey holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Tennessee and an MBA in operations management from Loyola University of Chicago. Socially and Environmentally Responsible Supply Chains: A Source for Innovation - 5
  6. 6. DETAILED AGENDA Session A, continued Ted Howes Moderator Sustainability Domain, IDEO Julie Juergens Ted Howes leads IDEO’s efforts in integrating Director of Programs, Stanford Center for sustainability and business factors. He has dedicated Social Innovation his career to exploring the intersection of business and Julie Juergens began her career at the Close-Up environmental issues and is passionate about using Foundation in Washington, D.C., and later led the lens of business and sustainability to guide corporate strategy. Stanford’s Public Management Program and served as a Vanderbilt Howes is expert in assessing, designing, and implementing corporate University adjunct professor. She recently co-edited Conversations sustainability and procurement programs that are customized to in Philanthropy, an examination of the purpose and obligations of the needs and markets of individual clients, as well as examining contemporary philanthropy. Juergens is a trustee for Start Up, an and reconciling sustainability issues for academic, nonprofit, and economic development nonprofit, and serves on the advisory council corporate stakeholders. for New Sector Alliance, a national nonprofit strategy consulting firm. She received her AB from the University of California, Davis, Shannon Loew and her AM from Stanford University. IDEO Shannon Loew designs with the intent of instigating social change. He holds a Master of Architecture from the Harvard School of Design and a BA in Session B: environmental architecture from Vassar College. Prior to his career in architecture, Loew worked in marketing for seven Workshop: Better Product Design years. At IDEO, he has worked on a range of issues from athletic for a Better World apparel launches to sustainable mineral resource extraction. His Location: Lyons/Lodato clients have included Marriott, Nike, Rio Tinto, and a large-scale residential community developer. IDEO designers will lead a workshop on integrating social and environmental interests into design. Partici- pants will come away with an understanding of how design choices influence and impact supply chains Session C: and develop an appreciation for the human-centered Innovative Partnership Models: design process. Harnessing the Power of Your Network Location: McCaw Hall James Collins IDEO Sometimes the best ideas come from your suppliers. As one of many leaders of IDEO’s grassroots Design Hear perspectives from customers and suppliers on for Environmental and Social Impact movement, Jim how to tap the ingenuity of partners for responsible Collins challenges clients and design teams to look for innovations. efficient, equitable, and economical solutions. Prior to joining IDEO, Collins worked at Johnson & Johnson. At IDEO, he has contributed his skills to the creation of medical products, sporting Larry Coburn goods, computer equipment, consumer electronics, and more. Collins Director, Lean Learning Center, Nike Inc. holds a BSME from the University of Pennsylvania and an MSME Larry Coburn is a 26-year veteran of Nike, currently from Stanford. directing the education and training efforts of the lean manufacturing initiative at the Lean Learning Center Jonah Houston in Vietnam. That center is a collaborative effort of Senior Project Leader/Head of Manufacturing/ Nike and partner factories to learn and apply lean principles to Realization Group, IDEO their business. Coburn has spent the past five years there leading While at IDEO Jonah Houston has worked on a the effort to cultivate a global community of change agents across wide variety of products from medical devices to multiple countries, cultures, and factory/organizational boundaries. office furniture, consumer electronics to food and beverage, with companies ranging in size from five-person start- David Munnikhuysen ups to the Fortune 50. Houston has deep experience with Design VP Best Practices, Manheim , for Manufacture and Assembly (DFMA), Design for X (DFX), David Munnikhuysen currently serves as vice president production readiness and process capability, as well as extensive of best practices at Manheim. Prior to taking this role, experience in metal processes—extrusion, stamping, casting, he was the vice president of operations. Before joining powdered metals, etc.—and their use in complex electromechanical Manheim, Munnikhuysen was an auction general assemblies. Houston has also taught a series of courses at Stanford manager at GE Capital and served in a number of other positions at University and Santa Clara University on the subject of materials and the company. He earned his MBA at the Wharton Business School process selection as well as DFMA. in 1989 and holds a BSME from Duke University. 6 - Socially and Environmentally Responsible Supply Chains: A Source for Innovation
  7. 7. DETAILED AGENDA Karl Walk Director, Cocoa Department, The Blommer Chocolate 1:15 to 2:05 p.m. Company, and Chairman, World Cocoa Foundation Midday Keynote As director of the Cocoa Department for the Blommer Chocolate Company, Karl Walk’s responsibilities include Dan Henkle the procurement, import logistics, and quality control of Senior Vice President, Social Responsibility, the company’s cocoa bean supply. In addition, Walk leads Blommer’s Gap Inc. global CSR program and was recently elected chairman of the World Cocoa Foundation. Utilizing a combination of public and private expertise, the Foundation promotes a sustainable cocoa economy through economic and social development, and environmental conservation in cocoa growing communities. Dan Henkle will discuss the company’s ethical sourcing program, including efforts around monitoring, capacity-building, stake- Moderator holder engagement, and community investment throughout the Andrea Larson supply chain. Professor, Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia Leading a team of 90 employees worldwide responsible for the Andrea Larson’s work targets entrepreneurial company’s social responsibility efforts, Dan Henkle oversees innovation designed to address challenges at the nexus the department’s factory monitoring, environmental affairs, of economic growth, business and supply chain strategy, human and external engagement efforts. He joined the company in health, and ecological system viability. She has developed curriculum focusing on clean commerce examples of innovations in material 1992, and served most recently as the vice president of selection, product/service design, and strategic differentiation, human resources for the Gap division. Prior to joining and she has a book forthcoming on sustainability innovation/ Gap Inc., Henkle worked in the human resources function for entrepreneurship. Larson received her PhD from Harvard University. Oracle Corporation. He received a BS in accounting and gen- eral management from Purdue University and his MBA with an emphasis in organizational behavior from the Haas School Session D: of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. Can Plants Power the Planet? A Candid Conversation About Biofuels 2:30 to 3:45 p.m. Location: Lane Afternoon Breakout Sessions Biofuels are at the forefront of the current alternative energy debate. Hear straight talk about their Session E: (2:15 to 4:15 p.m.) environmental impact from world-renowned scientist Workshop: Doing Business in China – Chris Field, a major contributor to the Nobel Prize winning United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on New Strategies to Spur Growth Climate Change. Location: Lyons/Lodato As supply chains continue to expand to China, the Chris Field human elements of doing business in this rapidly grow- Professor of Biological Sciences, Stanford University ing economy cannot be ignored. Researchers from the and Director, Department of Global Ecology, Institute for the Future will lead participants through Carnegie Institution strategies to address labor and workforce issues, and Chris Field (PhD Stanford, 1981) is the founding political and economic development challenges. For this director of the Carnegie Institution’s Department of workshop, participants should have direct experience Global Ecology. His research emphasizes impacts of climate change, from the molecular to the global scale. Field was a member of working in China. the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change delegation that received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007. He is a member of the U.S. Note: This is a two-hour workshop. This session will begin during National Academy of Sciences, one of the highest honors that can be the afternoon networking break. Registration required. accorded a scientist or engineer. Socially and Environmentally Responsible Supply Chains: A Source for Innovation - 7
  8. 8. DETAILED AGENDA Session E, continued Session F: Jamais Cascio Strengthening the Links in Your Chain: Affiliate, Institute for the Future Jamais Cascio covers the intersection of emerging Strategies for Improving technologies and cultural transformation, focusing Product Safety on the importance of long-term, systemic thinking. Location: McDowell/Barnes Cascio co-founded WorldChanging.com, the award-winning website identifying models, tools, and ideas for building a “bright green” future, and now blogs at OpenTheFuture.com. Cascio is an affiliate Not a week goes by without a product safety incident at the Institute for the Future, the director of impacts analysis for the splashed across the headlines. As companies face Center for Responsible Nanotechnology, and a fellow at the Institute increasing layers of suppliers, the task of monitoring the for Ethics and Emerging Technologies. many links in the chain becomes a formidable challenge. Hear from companies that have experienced product Matt Chwierut safety challenges and what they’ve done to tackle these Research Manager, Institute for the Future challenges head on. Matt Chwierut came to IFTF to help develop a foresight literacy for organizations addressing social problems. As a research manager for the Ten-Year Mark Dwight Forecast Program, he has supported research on future Founder and CEO, Rickshaw Bagworks Inc. forces affecting public education, sustainability strategies, emerging Mark Dwight is the founder and CEO of Rickshaw forms of leadership, and faith and religion. He explored various Bagworks, a new San Francisco-based manufacturer of research and futures methodologies, ranging from ethnographic messenger bags, computer carrying cases, and lifestyle fieldwork to executive strategy workshops to futures maps. He luggage. Dwight was formerly the CEO of Timbuk2 was educated at Stanford University, where he studied philosophy, Designs. Previously, he worked at Cisco Systems. Dwight has a literary criticism, and social enterprise. BS in mechanical engineering (’82) and an MBA (’89), both from Stanford. Dwight currently serves on the board of directors of the Lyn Jeffery San Francisco Chamber of Commerce and Mavericks Surf Ventures. Research Director, Institute for the Future Lyn Jeffery is a cultural anthropologist who works on Carol Welsh Gray qualitative research and ethnographies of the future. Executive Director, Raising A Reader She works across IFTF’s research programs, with a Carol Welsh Gray is the founding executive director focus on the future of work, digital youth, and the of Raising A Reader, three-time winner of the Fast Chinese-language Internet. Jeffery is the co-editor of China Urban: Company Magazine Award for Entrepreneurship. In Ethnographies of Contemporary Culture, as well as author of articles 33 states, the program prepares at-risk children for on post-socialist entrepreneurialism and Chinese network marketing. kindergarten success. As an early pioneer of “venture philanthropy,” She has a PhD in cultural anthropology, is fluent in Mandarin, and she adapted venture capitalist practice to the nonprofit world with a blogs at www.virtual-china.org. track-record of eight acclaimed social innovations. She founded the Center for Venture Philanthropy at the former Peninsula Community Andrea Saveri Foundation, now Silicon Valley Community Foundation. Senior Research Director, Institute for the Future Andrea Saveri’s focus is on understanding how Kevin O’Marah individuals, families, organizations, and communities Chief Strategy Officer, AMR Research make sense of the diffusion and reinvention of new Kevin O’Marah has led AMR’s global supply chain technologies and media, and create new social, cultural, research since 2000, publishing seminal work on civic, and economic institutions. She leads IFTF’s practice area in sustainability, product innovation, and the AMR Supply the Future of Cooperative Strategy. Her research examines the Chain Top 25. He was previously vice president at principles and underlying technologies of cooperation and collective Oracle and a strategy consultant in London, Washington, and action, and their potential to transform society. Saveri holds an MA Warsaw. A graduate of Boston College, Oxford University, and in Latin American studies from the University of California, Berkeley, Stanford Business School, O’Marah speaks at industry events and and a BA in Hispanic studies from Harvard University. has been featured in business media including Financial Times, Fortune, Business Week, Wall Street Journal, CNBC Squawk Box, and Bloomberg. Frederick Schilling Founder, Dagoba Organic Chocolate Dagoba Organic Chocolate was founded in 2001 by Frederick Schilling, who was then just 30 and guided by utilizing cacao to impact the world in a positive way; primarily environmental conservation/rehabilitation and farmer welfare. Schilling regularly travels to producing countries 8 - Socially and Environmentally Responsible Supply Chains: A Source for Innovation
  9. 9. DETAILED AGENDA to locate high quality cacao, establish direct and equitable trading Richard Alloo partnerships, collaborate on post-harvest processing, and support Project General Manager, Advanced Engineering, self-sustaining social and environmental programs. The company Production Engineering Division, Toyota Motor uses artisan methods to craft this cacao into exceptional products, Engineering and Manufacturing North America and integrates ecological practices across all operations. Richard Alloo is project general manager for advanced engineering at Toyota Motor Engineering Moderator and Manufacturing North America Inc. (TEMA) and a TEMA Sonia Syngal Executive in Residence at the University of Kentucky, Center for Vice President of Production and Manufacturing. He is responsible for development of research Supply Chain, Gap Inc. relationships and projects for various new technologies with potential Sonia Syngal joined Gap Inc. in 2004 as vice president of application to manufacturing processes and products. Alloo holds an sourcing strategy and services. In 2006 she transitioned electrical engineering degree from General Motors Institute, and a to the Outlet Division as vice president of production and supply law degree from Stanford Law School. chain to lead all aspects of production, sourcing, and technical design. Previously she spent nine years at Sun Microsystems, where she Moderator held leadership roles in supply management, logistics, and Judy Glazer manufacturing. Syngal holds a BS in mechanical engineering from Director for Global Social and Environmental Kettering University and an MS in manufacturing systems from Responsibility (SER) Operations, Hewlett-Packard Stanford University. Judy Glazer’s role at HP is to drive programs that implement SER policy into HP’s products and supply chain, from design and materials through manufacturing, distribution and end-of-life. This charter includes HP’s programs to measure and reduce the carbon footprint of HP’s ~$50B supply chain and Session G: implementation of HP’s supply chain code of conduct. Glazer joined My Footprint Is Smaller Than Yours: Hewlett-Packard in 1989 and has held a variety of supply chain and Staying Ahead of the Pack engineering roles. She holds MS and PhD degrees in materials science and engineering from the University of California, Berkeley. Location: McCaw Hall Reducing carbon emissions is one of the critical factors 4:15 to 5:00 p.m. in staying competitive in today’s global economy. Hear case studies from three organizations using successful Closing Keynote techniques to reduce emissions in logistics and Hau Lee manufacturing operations. Thoma Professor of Operations, Information, and Technology, Stanford Graduate School of Business, and Director, Stanford Global Supply Chain Lee Kindberg Management Forum Director, Environment, Maersk Inc. Lee Kindberg is director, environment for Maersk In addition to speed and efficiency, superior supply chains must in North America. Her responsibilities include adopt Agility, Adaptability, and Alignment (AAA). Lee will environmental policies and programs, compliance assurance, and support to safety and environmental highlight examples of companies that have AAA socially and management systems. She is active in the Clean Cargo Working environmentally responsible practices and that have enjoyed Group, a global group dedicated to assessing and improving stronger business performance as a result. Lee’s article “The environmental impacts of shipping, and ensuring responsible Triple-A Supply Chain” was the second-place winner of the corporate citizenship. Kindberg’s BS and doctorate are in McKinsey Award for the Best Paper in 2004 in the Harvard chemistry, and she spent 20 years in the chemical industry before Business Review. joining Maersk. Hau Lee’s research focuses on supply chain management, Buddy Polovick work that addresses how to get products or services to their Chief Shipper Coordinator, SmartWay Transport destination by managing the flow of materials, information, Partnership, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and money. His research has resulted, among other things, in Office of Transportation and Air Quality The SmartWay Transport Partnership is an innovative the building of computer models for industrial implementation, collaboration between EPA and the freight industry to as well as in the development of strategies and operational increase energy efficiency while significantly reducing greenhouse concepts for practitioners. Lee obtained his BSocSc in gases and air pollution. Before joining the EPA, Buddy Polovick economics and statistics from the University of Hong Kong, served in the U.S. Peace Corps in Mali, West Africa. His education his MSc in operational research from the London School background includes a BA in international relations from Ohio of Economics, and his MS and PhD degrees in operations State University and graduate studies in environmental and natural research from the Wharton School of the University of resource policy at Michigan State University. Pennsylvania. Socially and Environmentally Responsible Supply Chains: A Source for Innovation - 9
  10. 10. ATTENDEES Kathi Hekking, Manager, Sourcing .......................................................... Agilent Technologies Seb Nardecchia, Senior Director, Corporate SER .......................................................Flextronics Robin Ross, Environment & Social Responsibility ........................................ Agilent Technologies Monique Oxender, Global Mgr., Supply Chain Sustainability ......................Ford Motor Company Aaron Binkley, Director, Sustainability Programs .................................AMB Property Corporation Kathy Meyer, Vice President, External Relations ..................................................Fritz Institute Margan Mitchell, VP, Corporate Communications ................................AMB Property Corporation Ruchi Warrier, Consultant..............................................................FSG Social Impact Advisors David Twist, Vice President, Research ................................................AMB Property Corporation Grace Lowe, Director, PC Mobile Product Prog. Mgmt. ....................Fujitsu Computer Systems Inc. Kevin O’Marah, Chief Strategy Officer ..............................................................AMR Research Dan Henkle, Senior Vice President, Social Responsibility................................................Gap Inc. Andrew Mercy, Chief Executive Officer........................................................... AngelPoints Inc. Darlene Jadelrab, Senior Director, Technical Design.....................................................Gap Inc. Tim Mohin, Manager, Supplier Responsibility .............................................................Apple Inc. Jo Ozuna, Senior Manager, Production ........................................................................Gap Inc. Kirsty Stevenson, Manager, Supplier Responsibility ..................................................Apple Inc. Nick Stokes, Director, Production ...............................................................................Gap Inc. Carly Smith, Consultant ..........................................................................Archstone Consulting Sonia Syngal, Vice President, Production & Supply Chain ..............................................Gap Inc. Kevin Bice, Senior Technical Consultant ............................................Ashland Water Technologies Barchi Gillai, Director, Research GSCMF .................... Global Supply Chain Mgmt. Forum, Stanford Jeevan Sivasubramaniam, Senior Managing Editor .................... Berrett-Koehler Publishers Inc. Kosuke Ishii, Professor & GSCMF Co-Director ........... Global Supply Chain Mgmt. Forum, Stanford Lori Bonn, President ......................................................................................Bonventures LLC Hau Lee, Professor & GSCMF Co-Director ................... Global Supply Chain Mgmt. Forum, Stanford Ayesha Khan, Manager, Consumer Products .............................Business for Social Responsibility Lesley Sept, Dir., SER Supply Chains Prog./Assoc. Dir. Global Supply Chain Mgmt. Forum, Stanford Cody Sisco, Manager, Advisory Services ....................................Business for Social Responsibility Clemence Casperian, Director, Operations ...........................Goodwill Industries of San Francisco Nicolette van Exel, Manager, Advisory Services .......................Business for Social Responsibility Beverly Alkire, Chief Environmental Officer .................................................. Green Consultants Laura Stiel, MBA Candidate ............................................California State University, Los Angeles Stephen Wullschleger, Consultant ...................................................................Green Harvest Christopher Field, Director, Dept. Global Ecology .........................Carnegie Institution for Science Dan Steere, Chief Executive Officer ........................................................................ GreenRoad Amity Lumper, Senior Associate ................................................Cascadia Consulting Group Inc. Deborah Grove, Principal ............................................................................ Grove Associates Kriss Deiglmeier, Executive Director ............................... Center for Social Innovation, Stanford Emily Bailard, MBA Candidate ........................................................... GSB, Stanford University Julie Juergens, Director, External Relations & Programs ...... Center for Social Innovation, Stanford Rob Bland, MBA Candidate ................................................................ GSB, Stanford University Jim Phills, Professor of Org. Behavior, Director, CSI .............. Center for Social Innovation, Stanford Ann Bordetsky, MBA Candidate ........................................................ GSB, Stanford University Regina Starr Ridley, Publishing Director .......................... Center for Social Innovation, Stanford Lela Djakovic, MBA Candidate ........................................................... GSB, Stanford University Laura Wolfson, Program Manager ............................................Chemical Strategies Partnership Reiko Imai, MBA Candidate ............................................................... GSB, Stanford University Vanessa Totten, Public Policy Coordinator ..................................................................Chevron John Joseph, MBA Candidate ............................................................. GSB, Stanford University Edna Conway, Senior Director, Supplier Management .........................................Cisco Systems Sandi Lin, MBA Candidate .................................................................. GSB, Stanford University Suzanne Doyle, Green Supply Chain Communications ..........................................Cisco Systems Andrew Martin, MBA Candidate ....................................................... GSB, Stanford University Brian Glazebrook, Manager, Supply Chain Soc. Resp..........................................Cisco Systems Tom Mercer, MBA Candidate.............................................................. GSB, Stanford University Joe Samagond, Manager, Communications ........................................................Cisco Systems Gabriel Migowski, MBA Candidate ................................................... GSB, Stanford University Kristina Scott, Manager, Public Relations ...........................................................Cisco Systems Aurelia Rivier, MBA Candidate ......................................................... GSB, Stanford University Brian Suckow, Dir., Internet Business Solutions Group ..........................................Cisco Systems Abby Rubin, MBA Candidate .............................................................. GSB, Stanford University Cassie Cyphers, Sustainability Education ...................................................Clif Bar & Company Joy Sun, MBA Candidate .................................................................... GSB, Stanford University Shauna Sadowski, Manager, Sustainable Food Systems ............................Clif Bar & Company Nick Switanek, PhD Candidate .......................................................... GSB, Stanford University Diana Simmons, Manager, Business Development .......................................Clif Bar & Company Emma Wendt, MBA Candidate ........................................................... GSB, Stanford University Ted Witt, Director, Supply Chain Resources ..................................................Clif Bar & Company Justin Wong, MBA Candidate ............................................................ GSB, Stanford University Elizabeth Clifton, Non-Profit Fundraiser Consultant ........................................................ Clifton Mary Calvert, Account Executive ............................................................................. GXS Inc. Tim Bailey, Vice President, Product Supply .................................................The Clorox Company John Fraser, Region Manager .................................................................................. GXS Inc. Scott Wilkerson, Director, Strategic Sourcing ............................................The Clorox Company Kevin McCoy, Sales Director.................................................................................... GXS Inc. Chris Hammer, Senior Advisor ................................................................Cornerstone Research Jamie O’Halloran, Senior Solutions Consultant ......................................................... GXS Inc. Domenica Peterson, Co-President .............................. Council of University Social Entrepreneurs Jim Schorr, Manager, Center for Responsible Business.............................Haas School of Business Stuart Block, Partner ....................................................................Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP Jennifer Malkin, MBA Candidate ........................................................ Hass School of Business Frederick Schilling, Founder ...........................................................Dagoba Organic Chocolate Lisa Lindsley, Manager, Environmental Programs .............................................Hewlett-Packard Andy Larson, Professor ..................................................... Darden Graduate School of Business Mike Bardos, Program Manager ....................................................................Hewlett-Packard Lisa Monzon, Associate Program Officer ........................The David and Lucile Packard Foundation Anne Feldhusen, Program Manager ...............................................................Hewlett-Packard Jannie Bailey, Program Manager ..............................................................................Dell Inc. Ron Garcia, Program Manager, Regulatory Compliance .....................................Hewlett-Packard John Christensen, Principal ...................................................................... Deloitte Consulting Judy Glazer, Director, Global Operations Social & Environmental.........................Hewlett-Packard John Simrose, Principal............................................................................. Deloitte Consulting Bonnie Nixon Gardiner, Global Program Manager .........................................Hewlett-Packard Peter Koudal, Director, Research .................................................................. Deloitte Research Michael Northcott, Director, PSG Supply Chain Operations................................Hewlett-Packard Sami Laine, Senior Manager ........................................................................ Deloitte Research Paul Reynolds, Environmental Stewardship .....................................................Hewlett-Packard John Rusniak, Manager, Procurement ................................................Delta Dental of California Dinah Cheng, Program Director ............................................................................ Hitachi GST Mark Wysong, Chief Operating Officer ................................................... Dolphin Software Inc. Leah Lloyd, Wafer Planner ................................................................................... Hitachi GST Rick Reyes, Director, Product Planning & Delivery Svcs. ................ Driscoll’s Strawberry Associates Joya Pramanik, Manager, PMC ........................................................................... Hitachi GST Michael Van Horn, Manager, Supply Chain .............................. Driscoll’s Strawberry Associates James Collins............................................................................................................. IDEO David Hale, Senior Vice President, IT Operations ...........................................................E2open Jonah Houston, Senior Project Leader & Head of Mfg. / Realization Group ........................ IDEO Cerene St. John, Senior Vice President ............................................................ EcoNomics Inc. Ted Howes, Sustainability Domain ................................................................................. IDEO Corinne Lyle, Corporate VP/President Global Operations ..............................Edwards Lifesciences Shannon Loew ........................................................................................................... IDEO Beth Trask, Manager ...................................................................Environmental Defense Fund Paul Evenson, Senior Vice President .......................................................................... IHS Inc. Gary Edwards, Chief Executive Officer ................................................. Ethos International Inc. Jeff Tarr, Co-President & Co-Chief Operating Officer....................................................... IHS Inc. 10 - Socially and Environmentally Responsible Supply Chains: A Source for Innovation
  11. 11. ATTENDEES Mimi Frusha, Program Manager ..................................................................Inner City Advisors Don Davidson, Vice President, Strategic Sourcing ................................................. Safeway Inc. Laura Faludi, Founder ............................................................................................ InsideOut Linda Nordgren, Global Vice President, Supply Chain & Strategic Sourcing............... Safeway Inc. Jamais Cascio, Research Affiliate .......................................................... Institute for the Future Josh Waters, Vice President, Supply Chain .......................................................... Safeway Inc. Matt Chwierut, Manager, Research ...................................................... Institute for the Future Shawn Rosenmoss, Senior Environmental Specialist.... San Francisco Department of Environment Lyn Jeffery, Director, Research .............................................................. Institute for the Future Michael Alvarado, PhD Candidate.................................................... San Jose State University Andrea Saveri, Senior Director, Research .............................................. Institute for the Future Andy Bursch, Manager, Purchasing ..................................Santa Clara County Office of Education Cliff Parrish, Operation Manager, Western Packaging & Distribution .................. Intel Corporation Naren Agrawal, Associate Professor ......................................................Santa Clara University Rosie Lei, Director, Operations Asia .............................................International Compliance Group Leslie Benton, Buyer III ............................................Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority Abraham Aguilar, Manufacturing Product Manager ...................................................Intuit Inc. Shivani Govil, Corporate Strategy Group ..........................................................................SAP Craig Cuffie, Vice President, Supply Chain Operations.................................................Intuit Inc. Ganesh Vellore, Manager ................................................................................SAP Labs LLC Rod Gonzales, Manager, Supply Chain ...................................................................Intuit Inc. Sarika Garg, Solution Manager ..........................................................................SAP Labs LLC Pat Leman, Senior Director, Supply Chain Operations ..................................................Intuit Inc. Kirsten Loegering, Solution Manager ................................................................SAP Labs LLC Michael Watson, Manager, Business Strategy ..........................................................Intuit Inc. Thomas Odenwald, Director ........................................................................... SAP Research Ken Kurtzig, Chief Executive Officer ............................................................................. iReuse Evan deSieyes, Relationship Manager .........................................................Schwab Charitable JoeBen Bevirt, Founder ..........................................................................................Joby Inc. Kerry Philp, Manager, Marketing ................................................................Schwab Charitable Paulette Frank, Senior Director, World Wide Environment, Health & Safety .... Johnson & Johnson Frank Costa, Manager, Office Services ............................................................ Sempra Energy Rachael Baker, Environmental Supply Manager ........................................... Kaiser Permanente Erik Garrison, Account Executive .......................................................... Siemens PLM Software Linda Morgan, Director, Sourcing ............................................................... Kaiser Permanente Nancy Hur, High Tech Account Executive ................................................ Siemens PLM Software Hans Veldkamp, Director, Infrastructure, Security & CSR E&M .... KLM Engineering & Maintenance Peter Hero, Senior Advisor ............................................... Silicon Valley Community Foundation Patrick Maloney, Senior Program Officer ..........................................The Lemelson Foundation Buddy Polovick, Chief Shipper Coordinator ................. SmartWay Transport Partnership, U.S. EPA Peggy Reid, Program Director ...........................................................The Lemelson Foundation Lars Olson, Associate, Membership & Development ................................Social Venture Network Tara Holeman, Director, Projects & Consulting ....................................................... Level Works Aileen Sweeney, Director, Membership & Development .........................Social Venture Network Lee Kindberg, Director, Environment .....................................................................Maersk Inc. Sonali Rammohan, Project Manager ......................Responsible Supply Chains Program, Stanford Hal Logan, Senior Vice President .............................................................................. Manheim Whitfield Fowler, PhD Candidate.............................. School of Engineering, Stanford University David Munnikhuysen, Vice President, Best Practices ................................................ Manheim Sun Kim, PhD Candidate............................................. School of Engineering, Stanford University Sue Bethanis, Chief Executive Officer ..................................................Mariposa Leadership Inc. Zia Oboodiyat, President & Chief Executive Officer ........ Special Need Children Center Foundation Scott Wieser, Manager, Logistics ................................................................. Menlo Worldwide John Aney, Executive Director, Project Realization Network .............................Stanford University Paul Tasner, Senior Director, Logistics & Procurement ................................. Method Products Inc. Bob Carlson, Professor, Management Science & Engineering ..........................Stanford University Dani Harder, Senior Program Manager.....................................................Microsoft Corporation Joshua Cohen, Professor / Director, Program on Global Justice .......................Stanford University Carl Paschke, General Manager, Quality & Compliance ..............................Microsoft Corporation Feryal Erhun, Assistant Professor, Management Science & Engineering ............Stanford University Andrew Adams, Consultant ....................................................................The Monitor Institute Astrid Thompson, Director, Corporate & Foundation Relations .......................Stanford University Maureen Mazurek, Director, Global Initiatives ........................................................ Monsanto Laurel Kropuenske, Strategist .........................................................Stone Yamashita Partners Chris Van Dyke, President & Chief Executive Officer....................................................Nau Inc. Rory Bakke, Senior Program Manager ............................................................. StopWaste.Org Margaret Strubel, Executive Assistant ........................................................... New Leaf Paper Rachel Balsley, Program Manager .................................................................. StopWaste.Org Larry Coburn, Director, Lean Learning Center .............................................................Nike Inc. Nancy Spector, Vice President .............................................................................Table Topics Caitlin Morris, Director, Integration & Collaboration ....................................................Nike Inc. Capp Culver, Director, Retail Supply Chain ....................................................Taylor Fresh Foods Adam Fairchild, Manager, Forecasting ............................................................. The North Face Mary Gros, Director, Business Relations.....................................................Teradata Corporation Don Nielsen, Chief Executive Officer........................................ Northern California Cancer Center Darika Sutthitham, MBA Candidate ....................................................................Thunderbird Melanie Cheng, President ................................................................Om Organics / OM Direct Melanie Dulbecco, Chief Executive Officer ............................................Torani Syrups & Flavors Abby Easterly, Principal & Partner ..................................... On Site / Off Site Business Services Rich Reininger, Vice President, Supply Chain .........................................Torani Syrups & Flavors Nigel King, Vice President ...........................................................................Oracle Corporation Rich Alloo, Project General Manager, Advanced Engineering ................... Toyota Motor Corporation Evelyn Neumayr, Vice President, Applications Marketing ...............................Oracle Corporation Sarah Pursell, Vice President, Business Development ........................................... TransFair USA Lee Sacco, Senior Director ...........................................................................Oracle Corporation John Trefethen, Vintner........................................................................... Trefethen Vineyards Bruce Sanchez, Green Champion.................................................................Oracle Corporation Annette Poliwka, Graduate Student ............................................... University of San Francisco Gauthier Vasseur, Senior Director, EPM Strategy .........................................Oracle Corporation Catarina Bronstein, Student ..............................................................University of the Pacific Elaine Wan, Director, Manufacturing Applications Strategy ..............................Oracle Corporation Ken Frederick, Director, Customer Technology Marketing ................................................... UPS Zhaohui Wu, Assistant Professor ...........................................................Oregon State University Courtney Reum, Founder ...................................................................................VeeV Spirits Katherine Daniels, Senior Private Sector Advisor ..........................................................Oxfam DeLynne Ano, Director, Supplier Diversity & Development .................... The Walt Disney Company Kate Sofis, Statewide Director, Business ADVANCE ............................ Pacific Community Ventures Stacey Crawford, Sourcing Analyst, Supply Chain ............................. The Walt Disney Company Ephi Banaynal, Senior Manager, Environmental Stewardship ........................................ Palm Inc Ed Defty, Director, Studio Entertainment............................................. The Walt Disney Company Steve Reinhardt, Vice President, Marketing & Business Development............................ Potenco Brad Dunn, Manager, Supply Chain Management ................................ The Walt Disney Company Sean Broderick, Manager, HS&E & Regulatory .........................The Procter & Gamble Company Sunil Varma, Manager, Environmental Affairs ..................................... The Walt Disney Company Kurrin Benham, Manager, Production ............................................................Raising A Reader Dan Miron, Executive Vice President, WW Supply Chain Management ............ Warner Home Video Carol Gray, Executive Director .......................................................................Raising A Reader Sheri Elbert, Vice President, Format Strategies .......................................................Wells Fargo Chisako Ress, Consultant.............................................................................................RESS Adrian Sherman, Manager, Supply Chain Operations ................................ Williams-Sonoma Inc. Mark Dwight, Founder & Chief Executive Officer...................................Rickshaw Bagworks Inc. Ashley Simons, Associate Director, Training & Outreach .......Woods Institute for the Envir. Stanford Esther Park, Director, Lending Program ....................................................... RSF Social Finance Karl Walk, Chairman .........................................................................World Cocoa Foundation Ryan Salceda, Owner / Founder...................................................................... SADI Concepts Priya Haji, Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder ........................................... World of Good Inc. Socially and Environmentally Responsible Supply Chains: A Source for Innovation - 11
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