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As part of our sustainability pledge to discuss best practices openly and honestly, we share insights that allow others to effect change in their community. While companies have responsibility to drive change internally, we believe they also can add to their insights and impact by sharing their experience with others.
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You’re on the ground floor. Almost every day, customers ask you about your company’s social and environmental impact. But you’re powerless to change things. Or are you?
Getting the Green Light to Drive Change
People often debate whether change is driven from the top down or the bottom up. Let’s just agree that it happens from both directions. However, the ideas and authority for structural change aren’t spread equally.
If you’re a ground-level employee with a great idea for social and environmental action, you need to tailor your approach to get managers to lead the charge.
5 Paths to Buy-in for Your Sustainability Idea
When you’re developing a sustainability strategy, the tendency to look inward is strong. But the social and environmental impacts of your supply chain are even stronger. So how do you monitor actions that take place outside of your company’s walls?
Supply Chain Sustainability: A Worthy Challenge
Supply chain sustainability isn’t easy, but it is vitally important. When properly executed, a sustainable supply chain allows you to squeeze more efficiencies out of production, track the performance of hundreds of suppliers and make a social and environmental impact around the world.
Supply Chain Audit: A Competitive Advantage
What was your reaction when you first heard about sustainability? Did you think the fuzzy, tree-hugging character would never fly in the corporate sphere? Much of the business world still thinks this way. People in every department are still waiting for their sustainability epiphany. But that epiphany won’t come unless the message is tailored to their goals.
5 Ways to Explain Sustainability to 5 people
Everyone is unique. But as different as each of us may be, we still tend to find like-minded people across various business functions. By tailoring your approach to individual goals, you can build a cross-functional sustainability team that has the power to drive real change.
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