Balancing increasing cost and risk pressures with sustainability initiatives in a turbulent market makes a complex objective even more challenging. However, the need to persevere is more important than ever.
GEP and North Carolina State University conducted a study of 250 supply chain and procurement leaders from the U.S. and Europe to examine the state of supply chain sustainability. The white paper — The State of Supply Chain Sustainability 2023: Balancing Sustainability, Cost and Risk Goals to Achieve Sustainable Resilience — explores their priorities and approach in striking that tough balance. It also provides the best practices and technology that can help enterprises build lasting sustainable resilience.
•How best-in-class enterprises are balancing costs, risks and sustainability
•Why resilience, sustainability goals and cost-cutting initiatives are not mutually exclusive but rather interrelated
•How to develop a framework for driving sustainability while boosting resilience and controlling costs
This paper is a must-read for leaders looking to make a greater impact on their ESG goals while containing costs.