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Aug

22

August 22, 2019

Business Roundtable Aims High, But Misses

Business Roundtable Aims High, But Misses

In a very welcome—and long overdue—step, the Business Roundtable, America’s foremost CEO network, has recognized that a singular focus on shareholder value is the wrong “north star” for business leaders. However, its update falls short of what society and business truly need to thrive in the 21st century.


#Strategy and Integration #Sustainability Management

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Aug

19

August 19, 2019

How Aligning Sustainability and Risk Can Overcome Organizational Blind Spots

How Aligning Sustainability and Risk Can Overcome Organizational Blind Spots

A new collaborative approach between sustainability functions and enterprise risk management can help to drive stronger, more sustainable strategies to make business more resilient for the changes to come.


#Strategy and Integration #Sustainability Management

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Aug

7

August 7, 2019

Can We Create a ‘Future of Work’ that Works for Women?

Can We Create a ‘Future of Work’ that Works for Women?

How can businesses navigate the broader changes taking place in the world of work in a way that accelerates women’s workplace participation? BSR sets out to answer this question in its latest report, How Business Can Build a ‘Future of Work’ that Works for Women, published today in partnership with Women Deliver.


#Inclusive Economy #Womens Empowerment

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Jul

30

July 30, 2019

Three Ways Business Is Combating Modern Slavery

Three Ways Business Is Combating Modern Slavery

The business community has a critical role to play in the fight against modern slavery, a practice that spans all business sectors and geographies. As we commemorate the World Day against Trafficking in Persons, GBCAT welcomes all companies to join us in our shared fight against modern slavery.


#Human Rights #Supply Chain

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Jul

16

July 16, 2019

Blockchain through the Whole Supply Chain

Blockchain through the Whole Supply Chain

The term “global supply chain” conjures up images of large ports filled with colorful arrays of ocean-bound shipping containers being systematically partitioned for each destination or commercial freight trucks arriving at highly-organized distribution centers. But global supply chains all start before that point—and our actions to make supply chains more visible, traceable, and sustainable need to start at the beginning.


#Supply Chain

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