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Global Supply Chain Insights
Marina Mayer | Editor-in-Chief | Supply & Demand Chain Executive
Supplier diversity is extremely important in today’s supply chain in not only an ethical standpoint but also from a business standpoint.
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Trends like increasing grocery e-commerce and reliance on micro-fulfillment centers are changing the food supply chain and the logistics behind supply chain visibility.
What started as an employee being fired over protests concerning the company’s subpar Covid-19 safety precautions ended after eleven months of gathering momentum to start the first union at one of the world’s largest companies.
More diversity in the industry can help organizations navigate the continuous wave of new challenges. I believe the supply chain industry needs a fresh influx of talent, and leaders should cast their nets far and wide. Here are the top reasons why.
Encouragingly, sustainability is now a topic for many boards. But to be truly protect our planet, it needs to be established on the corporate agenda for good. To make this happen, we need to rethink the way in which we work with suppliers.
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