A Sustainable Supply Chain: 4 Things to Tell Management
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“A sustainable supply chain reflects the firm’s ability to plan for, mitigate, detect, respond to, and recover from likely risks.” ...
“A sustainable supply chain reflects the firm’s ability to plan for, mitigate, detect, respond to, and recover from likely risks.”
This article was written to provide supply chain professionals with a few key concepts that management may need to support the building of sustainable supply chains.
Briefly covered are: 1) The linking of compliance to performance standards to supply chain collaboration is a critical operational goal; 2) Risk management and continual improvement lie at the heart of effective supply chain monitoring and mitigation; 3) Monitoring compliance is a complex operational issue but one with proven methodologies for implementation; and, 4) Compliance to standards of performance and supply chain collaboration can save more than it costs.
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