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  • Food Sustainability Call to Action

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

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