Managing Risks in Your International Supply Chain

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Managing Risks in Your International Supply Chain

Free Webinar for Logistics Profesionals and Senior Managers
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Thursday, March 10, 2011 - 10:00am

CAMPAIGN: Sustainable Supply Chains

CONTENT: Press Release

(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) March 10, 2011 - Sign up now to receive the related report: Managing Sustainable Global Supply Chains

Webinar: Managing Emerging Risks and Opportunities in Your International Supply Chain
Date: Monday, March 28, 2011
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 pm Eastern Time Zone
Presenter: Dr.Stephen Brammer, Professor of Strategy and Associate Dean for Research, Warwick Business School
Cost: There is no fee to attend this Webinar. View it live and have the opportunity to interact with our expert and or view the recording later in archived format
Register: Please register online or fill out the registration form and fax or e-mail to PMAC and you will receive your login credentials
 
With increased global connectivity and communications have come new business risks, from shifting customer demands and government regulations to increasing public concerns and activist pressure. Despite Nike and Gap’s supply chain challenges in the 1990s, recent issues at Apple and Coca-Cola show that we still lack a clear roadmap on how to address these new risks. Many of Walmart’s suppliers, for example, are scrambling to get up-to-speed on managing social and environmental risks.
 
Meanwhile, some companies are findings that properly managing these issues in their supply chains can be a source of competitive opportunity.
 
In this Webinar, Professor Stephen Brammer of the UK’s Warwick Business School will present the new findings from a comprehensive review of the research and best practices on how to build competitive and sustainable international supply chains. He will describe the most common management practices used to address these issues and explain why they aren’t enough. Then, he will share new frameworks to help the supply chain executive better understand and act upon these risks and opportunities.
 
Webinar attendees will learn how to:
  • Think holistically about social, environmental and financial risks and opportunities in their supply chains

  • Develop a strategy to address those risks and opportunities

  • Implement that strategy through specific best practices

This research project was initiated and managed by the Network for Business Sustainability in response to its 2010 Knowledge Priorities. The NBS thanks the Purchasing Management Association of Canada, Industry Canada and Suncor Energy Inc. for supporting thought leadership. The NBS is a non-profit organization based at the Richard Ivey School of Business that produces authoritative resources with the goal of shaping management practice and research for tomorrow.
 
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Stephen Brammer is Professor of Strategy at Warwick Business School in the UK. He is a leading scholar in the areas of business ethics and corporate social responsibility. His research explores firm-stakeholder relationships, the strategic management of these relationships and their impacts upon company performance and reputation. Recently, Dr. Brammer’s research has focused upon the inclusion of social and environmental criteria within firms’ procurement decisions. He has recently completed two large scale international comparative projects concerned with how public bodies and private companies embed social responsibility within their supply chains. His research has been widely published in leading journals such as the Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Management Studies, Financial Management and the Journal of Business Research. He is a member of the executive board of the International Association for Business and Society, a Section Editor at the Journal of Business Ethics and a member of the editorial boards of Journal of Management Studies, Business Ethics Quarterly and Business & Society.
 
 
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Keywords: Business & Trade | Corporate Social Responsibility | Global | Management | international | logistics | procurement | purchasing | strategy | supply chain

CAMPAIGN: Sustainable Supply Chains

CONTENT: Press Release