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Critiquing and Improving Supply Chain Surveys: Data Quality, Integrity and Limitations
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Source Intelligence's Director of Sustainability & Compliance Services, Michelle Turner, MS, PhD, speaks at CFSI's Annual Conference

Thursday, September 24, 2015 - 4:20pm

CAMPAIGN: Conflict Minerals

CONTENT: Blog

Great conversations, sessions and ingenuity are happening this week at EICC’s Responsible Electronics and CFSI’s Responsible Mineral Sourcing Annual Conference in San Jose, California.

CSR professionals are joined together to collaborate on innovative ethical sourcing processes and social responsibility initiatives in global electronics supply chains. One topic specifically to be discussed is how to critique and improve supply chain surveys, as the first step to implementing social initiatives in your supply chain is having the right data.

What is right data? Companies face myriad hurdles when trying to gather and analyze data on conflict minerals and other supply chain initiatives. Is more data better or is quality of data essential to achieving supply chain transparency?

Source Intelligence’s Director of Sustainability & Compliance Services, Michelle Turner, PhD, will sit on a panel during the CFSI’s Annual conference to discuss:

Critiquing and Improving Supply Chain Surveys: Data Quality, Integrity and Limitations
CFSI Responsible Mineral Sourcing Conference
September 24, 2015, 3:30PM PDT

Are there advantages to any particular approach? What are common expectations in terms of volume or quality of data? How can this data be translated for greater understanding of risks to responsible sourcing?

If you are not able to attend the CFSI Responsible Mineral Sourcing Conference, the presentation will be made available after the event concludes. You can express your interest here.

 
Keywords: Events, Media & Communications | Conflict Minerals | Responsible Production & Consumption | Source Intelligence | responsible sourcing

CAMPAIGN: Conflict Minerals

CONTENT: Blog