In today’s globalized world, a responsible sourcing program is designed to help supply chain organizations meet ethical standards and obligations to society.
According to Gartner research, 45% of procurement professionals say meeting legal obligations is the most significant driver of responsible sourcing programs for the organization.
Limited data (39%) and staff (38%) are cited as the biggest barriers to the execution of responsible sourcing programs.
There are many procurement programs that are aiming to achieve responsible sourcing. However, it becomes crucial to understand:
- How do procurement leaders view investments in responsible sourcing?
- How are procurement leaders measuring the success of responsible sourcing programs?
- Where do procurement leaders struggle with sustainable sourcing?
Download the infographic to learn how to effectively implement responsible sourcing programs.