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Building sustainable global supply chains Dr. Stephen Brammer Professor of Strategy and Associate Dean for Research, Warwick Business School Co-authors: Drs. Stefan Hoejmose and Andrew Millington, University of Bath. Four key questions.

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Building sustainable

global supply chains

Dr. Stephen Brammer

Professor of Strategy and Associate Dean for Research, Warwick Business School

Co-authors: Drs. Stefan Hoejmose and Andrew Millington, University of Bath

four key questions
Four key questions
  • What are the main issues, drivers and motivators identified in the research?
  • What does the data suggest most firms are doing to manage these issues? What risks does such an approach entail?
  • 3. What practices characterize cutting-edge approaches to sustainable global supply chains?
  • 4. What conditions contribute to the attainment to sustainable global supply chains?
shortcomings of baseline practices
Shortcomings of baseline practices
  • Un-negotiated expectations lack legitimacy
  • Codes of conduct are static and unresponsive
  • Third-party certification is costly
  • Monitoring and auditing undermine trust
conclusions
Conclusions
  • Managing a global supply chain sustainably is a complex and multifaceted task
  • The most common practices identified in our research provide a useful first step, but suffer from some inherent limitations
  • More ambitious “best practices” address these limitations but require more integrated consideration of the relationship between a firm’s strategy, operations, and partnerships
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