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With growing public concern over worker suicides and injuries at Apple suppliers over the last two years, a new research study confirms that many companies are taking the wrong approach to managing their supply chains.
Conducted by the Network for Business Sustainability, an independent research group based at the Richard Ivey School of Business, the study reviewed 25 years’ worth of academic and industry research. The study revealed that ensuring safe,…
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On February 28, 2011, International Corporate Philanthropy Day, CECP hosted a convening of over 70 industry-leading CEOs from around…
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One of my colleagues, Alex Stainburn, is on ACDI/VOCA volunteer project for orange growers in Ghana. We’re trying to help a buddy on an agricultural project there. Anyone with connections in Ghana, especially with oranges? See below for more details.
From: Alex Stainburn [mailto:email@example.com]
My first few days in Ghana have gone well. As I talk to…Continue
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The Inter-American Development Bank has completed their 6th annual Sustainability Report 2010 http://www.reportalert.info/ra/profiles/IADB/2011/?ID=37028.
The Sustainability Report delivers information regarding IDB’s contributions to sustainability during 2010. This year’s Report also provides insights into key development…
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The World Environment Center (WEC) and GM China and its joint venture SGM Wuling (SGMW) have launched a pilot project to provide training to SGMW’s supply chain through WEC’s signature “Green Supply Chain” project. The project is an extension of WEC’s innovative collaboration with GM-China and its partners to improve performance among SGMW’s China-based suppliers. This project represents SGMW’s extension of its strategy to improve supplier performance and support…
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An analogy occurred to me recently:
Imagine that your best friend is quitting smoking. This is something you’ve really wanted her to do for a long time, as you’ve seen the teeth darken and heard the hacking cough for too long now.
So after much soul searching and commitment on your best friend’s part, she takes the first step on their journey. She reduces the number of cigarettes she smokes per day by three! She has been smoking a pack a day.
It has required…
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The 6th Annual Board of Boards CEO Conference, held on February 28, 2011 provided a forum for nearly 70 global CEOs to discuss the topic of Business at its Best: Maximizing Long-Term Profit and Societal Impact. Highlights from this closed-door discussion are now available on CECP's website, where you can hear Indra Nooyi, chairman and CEO of PepsiCo and Bill…
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General Electric has been named one of the 110 World’s Most Ethical Companies by The Ethisphere Institute. Three thousand companies from 36 different countries were evaluated based on performance indicators including exceptional citizenship, social responsibility, governance, innovation and leadership. This year's list now covers a larger geographic capacity, with a 17% augmentation in 2011 of companies outside the US. The top ranking organizations, including GE,…
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