Increase and Capitalize on Supply Chain Diversity

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Increase and Capitalize on Supply Chain Diversity

Wendy Cukier, Associate Dean, Ted Rogers School of Management
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Increasing and Capitalizing on Supply Chain Diversity
Plenary Session 7 at Workplace Diversity and Inclusiveness Forum: Translating Diversity into Business Advantage
Tuesday, December 7, 2010 at 10:00 a.m.
Toronto, Ontario
Priority Code: 3BL1

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Plenary Session 7
Increasing and Capitalizing on Supply Chain Diversity

Featuring:
Wendy Cukier,
Associate Dean, Ted Rogers School of Management

Most experts agree that diversity offers a distinct strategic advantage in a competitive, global marketplace. Given the close ties between organizations and their complex networks of suppliers globally, assessing and optimizing one’s supply chain partners’ diversity is a logical extension of a diversity and inclusiveness strategy.

Such an approach may seem like a stretch to some, but diversity pioneers recognize it as an opportunity to increase the link between diversity and overall business performance. Wendy Cukier will discuss these issues and the results of Ryerson’s recent research on supply chain diversity.

For more information on this program, including the full agenda and speaker list, please visit our website, or contact Joel Elliott at elliott@conferenceboard.ca.

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Keywords: Conference Board / diverse / diversity / inclusion / inclusiveness / Ryerson / supply chain / ted rogers

CONTENT: Press Release