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Increasing Value and Reducing Impact Through Supply Chain Responsibility
August 13, 2012
Forward-thinking companies are experiencing a fundamental shift in strategic priorities, causing them to take a more critical look at their supply chains and re-evaluate, reinvent and streamline them for minimum impact and maximum value. New metrics are being introduced to measure environmental, social and economic impacts throughout the entire value chain, helping to assess and manage chosen suppliers. In the midst of this process, entirely new channels of value creation are appearing as leading multinational companies begin to identify and serve previously unmet social and environmental needs.
Join us Thursday afternoon, September 27, as representatives from HP, Procter & Gamble and Jones Lang LaSalle provide insight on how their companies and clients are “Creating Shared Value and Measuring Impact in the Supply Chain,” one of many informative discussions taking place at The New Metrics of Sustainable Business Conference. The panel will also examine new tools for gathering and analyzing data produced by these new metrics.
Michael Jordan - SVP Sustainability Strategy, Jones Lang LaSalle
Woodrow Keown - Director of Global Sustainability, Procter & Gamble
Ellen Jackowski - Global Citizenship Report Manager, HP