sponsored by IBM
Posted:  23 Nov 2011
Published:  16 Nov 2011
Format:  PDF
Length:  11  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Developing a sustainable supply chain based on the triple bottom line of economic, environmental and social elements can mean different things to different people. Many organizations, from large corporations to small not-for-profits, are eager to jump on the supply chain sustainability bandwagon without fully understanding what such a program means to the organization and its supply chain. In this e-guide, find best practices for managing sustainable supply chains and onboarding suppliers.






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Procurement | Supplier Management | Supplier Relationship Management | Supply Chain Automation | Supply Chain Collaboration | Supply Chain Event Management | Supply Chain Execution | Supply Chain Integration | Supply Chain Intelligence | Supply Chain Management | Supply Chains

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