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ISCN 2015 Dialogue 3: Corporate-University Engagement, Pamela Mar

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Pamela Mar Director of Sustainability, Fung Management Limited

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ISCN 2015 Dialogue 3: Corporate-University Engagement, Pamela Mar

  1. 1. Cultivating Leaders for a Changing World Pamela Mar Fung Group
  2. 2. Globalization of production China Opens Up  factory of the world Technology enables supply chain reach 1978-2008 2009-2038 Globalization of Consumption Rise of emerging markets and consumers Technological Change Importance of Sustainability
  3. 3. Opening up of China Doubling of global labor force 1990 to 2008 : 1.46 billion workers added
  4. 4. China’s outsized role in global production
  5. 5. Advances in Supply Chain Technology ● Modern transport & trade facilitation ● Mobile capital ● Discrete functions ● Modern logistics with technology
  6. 6. Globalization of consumption Revolution in the consumer interface Rise of sustainability considerations Accelerating growth in emerging markets What’s next:
  7. 7. RISING MIDDLE CLASS IN EMERGING MARKETS 2+ billion new middle class consumers by 2038 50% of the world’s consumption in emerging markets
  8. 8. TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE Technology continues to transform production, but now also revolutionizes retailing and the lives of consumers
  9. 9. Rise of Sustainability Considerations Growth has come with costs. Businesses face pressure to account for these.
  10. 10. Asia’s Environmental Dilemmas POLLUTION WATER WASTE ENERGY POVERTY FOOD SECURITY
  11. 11. FOUR TRENDS SHAPING OUR WORLD GLOBALIZATION SHIFT OF GROWTH TO EMERGING MARKETS TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE RISE OF SUSTAINABILITY
  12. 12. WHAT KINDS OF SKILLSETS ARE NEEDED, TODAY AND IN THE FUTURE?
  13. 13. GLOBAL MINDSET INNOVATIONINNOVATION MINDSET AGILITY CUSTOMERCUSTOMER FOCUS COLLABOR-COLLABOR- ATION DEVELOPINGDEVELOPING OTHERS
  14. 14. The Problem: COMPLIANCE IN FACTORIES (part of ) The Solution: BITE-SIZED DIGITAL VIDEOS 2012-2014 • Intro to Manufacturing Excellence • Fire Safety • Electrical Safety • Chemical Safety • Working Hours • Underage Labor 2015-2016 • Governance • Worker-Manager Communication • Water Conservation • Energy Efficiency • Traceability / Conflict Minerals • Personal Health URL: http://bit.ly/LFvideos
  15. 15. • 100+ members: brands / retailers, manufacturers, govt, civil society, academia • 30%+ global market share for apparel and footwear • Education and data across entire supply chain The Problem: ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF PRODUCTION (part of) The Solution: SUSTAINABLE APPAREL COALITION
  16. 16. CONCLUSIONS • Complexity and Speed • Sustainability as one among several key change drivers • Sustainability from a solutions perspective • Working across disciplines • Trade-offs • Do it now

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