Supply Chain Management Blog

UN Global Compact Management Model in Supply Chain

The UN Global Compact Management Model is a dynamic framework developed in consulting with corporate sustainability and management experts, leading people from civil society and academia in the objective of helping companies to obtain high level performances and to create real and everlasting value for the business as well as the society.

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The G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines in Supply Chain

The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) was created to make the Sustainability Reports internationally agreeable with disclosures and metrics enabled information so that the stakeholders can access, compare and make informed decisions. In this way, the G4 guidelines provide reporting fundamentals, standard publications and implementation standards for the development of the sustainability reports by organizations regardless of their

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Security Risk Assessment for Transport Operations: A Practical Guide for Small to Medium-Sized Organisations

Security risks can create a major impact in any business. These security risks can come in any form. Transport operators who anticipate these risks and plans accordingly can recover more quickly than others. Many of the larger transport operators has their own Security and Risk Management system but the smaller and medium sized operators may be less equipped to meet the demands of the security risks when they appear.

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Fudging the Supply Chain to Hit the Number: Five Common Practices That Sacrifice the Supply Chain and what Financial Analysts Should Ask About Them

Supply chain managers and Researchers continue to pursue to integrated supply chain management across the business and companies. Some of the general processes in organizations show that both the sales and financial managers are happy to endure integrated supply chain management for limited targets of greater importance to them.

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Don’t Tweak Your Supply Chain—Rethink It End to End

Supply Chain Management (SCM) is the process of flow of goods and services that involve progression and storage of raw organic materials, of work-in-process itemization and of finished goods from the point of influence to the point of expenditure. Supply chain management has been defined as the layout, devising, execution, rule and auditing of supply chain activities with the objective of constructing an aggressive

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Best Value Supply Chains: A Key Competitive Weapon for the 21st Century

Unprofitable Customers and Their Management

The Ten Commandments of Legal Risk Management in Supply Chain

Seven Myths to Beat Before They Beat You in Supply Chain

Finding Your Strategy in the New Landscape in Supply Chain

Association For Supply Chain Management (ASCM), USA