Today’s global supply chains are complex, dispersed, opaque and inflexible. Spanning less mature and unregulated markets, they are exposed to slavery and dangerous working conditions, environmental contamination and much more.
COVID-19 has revealed the vulnerability of traditional models. Increasingly, customers and other stakeholders are demanding more environmentally and socially responsible supply chains.
Astute businesses are already embedding Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) principles to achieve an ethically and environmentally resilient supply chain, which enhances operational performance, promotes collaboration with third parties, and makes a positive impact on our planet and people.
We can help you design, transform and manage a digitally enabled value chain based on:
We help you to identify how your Value Chain creates and delivers value, and to locate high risk ethical and sustainable nodes. In doing so, we help you to empower your stakeholders to make informed buying and investing decisions, through solutions including:
We support you in driving a step change in your ethical and sustainable footprint, building resilience and collaboration through the following:
We help you respond, and embed a culture able to respond, to unprecedented ESG breaches swiftly through effective remediation including:
Business leaders still view the need to comply with legislation as an unwanted burden rather than a chance to define their company.
Business leaders view legislation as unwanted burden rather than chance to define company.
This report was developed with the CGF to help companies better understand soy usage within their respective supply chains.
This report can help companies better understand soy usage within their supply chains.
The global COVID-19 challenges have highlighted the importance of a supply chain that can adapt to deal with uncertainty and dynamic changes.
The global COVID-19 challenges have highlighted the importance of adaptable supply chains.