UT Knoxville BUAD 331 - Chapter 13 (11 pages)

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Buad 331 - CBM I: Supply Chain Mgt
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BA331 Supply Chain Management Chapter 13 Shay Scott Ph D Department of Marketing and SCM Managing Director Global Supply Chain Institute University of Tennessee sdscott utk edu Sustainability Corporate Citizenship Are environmental strategies appropriate for business and supply chain Can they still be profitable How do firms create an environmentally sustainable supply chain Shay Scott 2 What is Sustainability Eco Efficiency Producing more value in terms of products services with less resources waste and pollution 4 Resource Footprint 5 Sustainable vs Green Sustainable People Planet Profit Triple Bottom Line Requires new technology and new business processes Green Eco efficiency Performing current business processes more efficiently Focus of sustainability is to find the balance between sound ecological decisions and profitable operations The Triple Bottom Line Social Human rights Education Labor standards Access to products services Health Community impact Diversity Environmental Climate change Energy use Water Biodiversity Chemicals toxins Air pollution Water management Ozone depletion Oceans fish stock Economic GDP Return on investment Tax Corruption Poverty alleviation Employment wages Corporate ethic 7 Creating a Sustainable SC Product Development and Stewardship Upstream Suppliers Downstream Customers Internal Operations Regulatory Environment Internal Environment Competitive Environment Market Environment Creating a Sustainable SC Product Development and Stewardship Downstream Customers Upstream Suppliers Internal Operations Design for Environment Lifecycle analysis Packaging Minimization Product reacquisition and disposal cradle to grave Creating a Sustainable SC Product Development and Stewardship Downstream Customers Upstream Suppliers Internal Operations Customer Supplier requirements Code of conduct Traceability and chain of command custody Returns management policies Creating a Sustainable SC Product Development and Stewardship Downstream Customers



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