Mastering Carbon Management: Balancing Trade-offs to Optimize Supply Chain Efficiencies

Mastering Carbon Management: Balancing Trade-offs to Optimize Supply Chain Efficiencies

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Taking into account traditional concerns about quality, service and cost, a comprehensive carbon-management strategy can build a base for sustaining growth -- enabling companies to maintain competitive differentiation, strengthen their brand image and be better positioned to enter new markets.

Authors

Karen Butner Supply Chain Management Leader, IBM Karen Butner is the Supply Chain Management Leader for the IBM Institute for Business Value and an Associate Partner in the IBM Supply Chain Management practice, with a focus on strategy and transformation competencies. Karen has over 25 years of experience in supply chain management business practices and strategies. She assists clients in the high-tech, retail and consumer products, electronics and transportation logistics industries – helping them to develop strategies for transforming their global supply chain performance.
Dietmar Geuder Managing Consultant, IBM Dietmar Geuder is a member of the IBM Institute for Business Value Supply Chain Management Team and a Managing Consultant in IBM Global Business Services in Germany. He has extensive experience in supply chain optimization, planning and procurement, with a focus on high-tech and industrial clients.
Jeffrey Hittner Corporate Social Responsibility Leader, IBM Jeffrey Hittner is the Corporate Social Responsibility Leader for the IBM Institute for Business Value. He works with a range of industries and clients to address the emerging role of corporate social responsibility in core business strategies.
Vendor:
IBM
Posted:
14 May 2008
Published
01 Feb 2008
Format:
PDF
Length:
16 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English

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