Understand that international, national and local supply chains need to be managed in a way that ensures products and services are produced responsibly and meet all regulations in your marketplace. Increasing transparency is key to making an impact on the products and services produced. Sharing information with the supply chain and inviting them to be a part of the solidtion increases impacts and drives sustainability
- Did you know more than half of consumers…are willing to pay at least 5% more…for products delivered sustainably,…and 76% would wait at least one extra day…for climate-friendly delivery of their purchase?…Right now, and despite customer demand,…many companies still don't incorporate sustainability…into their supply chain operations.…This means that they're missing out on a major source…of increased revenue.…A study by the World Economic Forum identified…revenue increases of up to 20%,…cost reductions of up to 16%,…and as much as a 30% boost in brand value among companies…engaging in sustainable supply chain initiatives.…
For most companies,…the supply chain represents the biggest opportunity…for creating a more sustainable business.…What's interesting, is that even for companies…manufacturing non-energy using products,…close to 70% of their environmental footprint…can be in the supply chain.…This means that a high percentage of your company's…sustainability issues, and money saving opportunities…are found in your supply chain.…
Last, he helps you figure out where to find resources to help track key metrics, assess your company's carbon footprint, and improve your environmental, social, and governance (ESG) practices.
Lynda.com is a PMI Registered Education Provider. This course qualifies for professional development units (PDUs). To view the activity and PDU details for this course, click here.
The PMI Registered Education Provider logo is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.