Want to Achieve Corporate Citizenship Progress? Include Your Supply Chain
A company’s corporate citizenship impact extends well beyond the four walls of the corporate headquarters. A significant amount of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) impact occurs within supply chains, whether it is greenhouse gas emissions, vendor performance, labor conditions within a supplier’s factory, or the sourcing of materials.
Focusing on supply chain sustainability can help to manage reputational risk, reduce costs, improve the quality and continuity of goods and materials, increase revenue, and innovate products and services.
The Center’s January webinar, titled Supply Chain: Managing and Communicating for Corporate Citizenship Success, will feature experts sharing insights and experiences that can help you secure a sustainable supply chain. Holly Fowler, an experienced supply chain professional from food services and facilities management and a teaching fellow at the Center, and John Jensen, Operations Director at Dogeared—a Center member—offer exceptional examples of sustainable supply chain management.