Sustainable Supply Chain Management Training, Berlin
08 May 2017 - 09 May 2017
Two-day training seminar on Sustainable Supply Chain Management (SSCM)
Contact number: +41 044 260 6022
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sustainable Supply Chain Management enables companies to manage reputational risks in their supply chains and to purchase more energy and cost efficient products.
After attending this seminar you are able to integrate social and environmental aspects in your procurement processes. You know the differences of most important sustainability standards, can identify improvement potential in your organization and initiate respective adaptations.
The seminar targets buyers and sustainability/quality managers in SME and big companies as well as others interested in an organizations purchasing policy. The participants learn to:
- identify supply chain risks and stakeholder expectations,
- define a strategy as well as supplier development measures that address the relevant issues and
- establish KPIs that allow the controlling as well as the communication of progress.
The training includes in-depth instructions and extensive exchange with the other participants.
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