FROM THE EDITOR
Sustainable Supply Chains Supported by New Leadership Platform
The question of leadership threads through business practices as never before. Managing current expectations while planning for the future now requires an expanded skill set to navigate the scope and scale of a company’s activity. The need for new leadership skills is especially acute in the critical area of supply chains—those complex, globally connected operations that provide the goods and services we enjoy. To help address the issue, Business for Social Responsibility has launched a corporate leadership platform to help companies address climate change through their supply chains. Mars and Coca-Cola are among the first multinationals to join the initiative, which aims to improve the ability of businesses to monitor and diagnose climate risk throughout supply chains. See the full details of this important initiative here.
John Howell, Editorial Director
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