Seven Areas That Create “Sticky” Places for Ethics in the Supply Chain


About This Session

Corporate responsibility often falls on the shoulders of supply management, which is often credited for wins and blamed for losses. As a supply management professional, many of your decisions will have an ethical component. Your ethical decision-making can influence how stakeholders and customers perceive the company and is critical for the short- and long-term health of its bottom line. Are you ready to identify hard-to-spot gray areas and handle unintended consequences? This must-attend presentation will discuss seven problem areas that prudent supply management professionals will consider with care as they make decisions.

Learning Track

ISM Mastery

Presenters:

Christopher E. Martus, C.P.M., CPSM, CPSD - Vice President of Procurement, The Mosaic Company

Mastery Model Levels

Advanced