This book provides a multi-perspective approach to sustainability and value chains to allow understanding from a variety of disciplines and professional backgrounds. Some of the key features of this book include:
Short vignettes of important trends along with relevant management issues;
Evidence-based management examples from leading multinational companies, as well as small and medium enterprises spanning supply chains;
References to appropriate tools, emerging technology, and practices;
Chapter action items for the reader to take a deeper look at integration opportunities involving sustainability and supply chain management;
An action-learning approach to applying concepts and tools so readers from any functional perspective can implement and manage sustainability projects;
and guidelines on how to move forward with your supply chain sustainability initiative.
About the Author
Robert Sroufe is the Murrin Chair of Global Competitiveness, and professor of sustainability & supply chain management at Duquesne University's Palumbo Donahue School of Business. He is involved in developing and delivering pedagogy within the globally top ranked MBA sustainable business practices program, producing future change agents. Winner of numerous awards, he has published many papers and multiple books on sustainability.