Sustainable management practices are transforming businesses and challenging the status quo by turning sustainability into an integral component of Supply Chain Management (SCM). Today, it can be a key factor in a company’s success.
In this comprehensive, free white paper, we explore the most important parts of Sustainable Supply Chain Management (SSCM) and discuss its various functional areas.
You will learn how:
- Companies can adopt an embedded sustainability model to create added value for their business, in addition to having a positive environmental impact.
- External pressures, including reputational damage, are impacting the way companies operate and view sustainability.
- SSCM practices can support key business drivers, including customer loyalty, brand reputation and performance.
Additionally, the white paper debunks the myth that sustainable practices represent a financial burden and provides case studies to highlight what some well-known companies are doing to embed innovative sustainability practices into their processes and operations.
Sustainable supply chain management and practices are attainable, provide direct and indirect business potential and create immeasurable long-term impacts — download the white paper to learn how.