Chief Supply Chain Officers (CSCOs) and their teams have historically been measured on keeping costs under control by delivering profitable customer service.
But today’s market demands value for not only shareholders, but also customers, suppliers, local communities and employees.
As such, CSCOs must define purpose and enable it through employee engagement, external partners and the product portfolio.
Download the research on the purpose-driven supply chain to uncover:
- Peer examples of the purpose-driven supply chain
- 2 signals that it’s time to shift away from a profit-centric supply chain
- Top barriers that purpose-driven supply chains encounter
- 2 risks that the purpose-driven supply chain faces
- 3 actions to engage the supply chain team
- Role of external partners in delivering your purpose
- How to design the product portfolio to deliver on purpose