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Sustainable Value & Supply Chains Master's-Level Course

Sustainable Value & Supply Chains Master's-Level Course | Sustainable Procurement News | Scoop.it

Interdisciplinary learning Focusing on teamwork and building stakeholder relations, the programme welcomes all functions and geographies involved in the value chain including supply chain management, procurement, sales and marketing, product development and sustainability specialists. Business suppliers, NGO partners, community leaders, and policy-makers will also benefit from attending and add valuable insights. Graduates will leave the programme with the personal motivation and confidence to drive change, influence colleagues and to work collaboratively.

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Just 2 weeks left to register for this Sustainable Value & Supply Chains Master's-Level Course!

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The Strategic Sourceror: Levi's built worker well-being and sustainability into supply chain

The Strategic Sourceror: Levi's built worker well-being and sustainability into supply chain | Sustainable Procurement News | Scoop.it

Levi Straus and Co. has used the trend toward sustainability and listening to the voice of its workers to improve supply chain management, according to GreenBiz.com. Levi's new approach involves improving worker well-being by ensuring they have opportunities for economic empowerment, good health, family security, equality, access to education and a safe working environment.

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News about Levi Strauss & Co.'s recent move towards supplier capacity building and engagement.

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Tim Kitchin's curator insight, April 26, 2013 1:23 PM

Good to see economic empowerment figuring in here as we strive for greener GROWTH !

EcoVadis's comment, April 29, 2013 12:49 AM
Thanks for your comment. Indeed, "greener" growth also implies better social and economic conditions in global supply chains, not only environmental impacts as such. Let's hope for better economic and fair retribution for workers as well!

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