Business:Management & Marketing
Joe Arvai, professor of social enterprise and director of the Erb Institute, and Ian Welsh debate some of the challenges for business around how they measure their impact. Arvai argues that there is a degree of information overload for companies that isn’t helping them not to confuse impact and outcomes.
They also discuss the growth in companies asking more about their organisational purpose beyond profitability, and why companies sometimes don’t seem to want to tackle their really material issues.
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How development finance can help fashion brands and their suppliers
Blockchain’s modern slavery transparency solutions
Weekly podcast: Hugo Boss on supply chain transparency and the challenges of industry 4.0 automation
Why peer collaboration on auditing works
Asia Pacific Rayon on how to source sustainable pulp for apparel
How corporate transparency on modern slavery drives change
Weekly podcast: what business leaders need to know to drive innovation and productivity
How to regenerate fishing nets into socks
Weekly podcast: Veja’s recycled plastics supply chain, and apparel sector factory engagement
Why sustainable supply chains need thriving supplier communities
How Nestlé links social and environmental supply chain goals
Weekly podcast: Blockchain solutions for modern slavery risks, and development finance in apparel supply chains
Satelligence on how satellite data can drive the right sourcing decisions
Weekly podcast: APR’s approach to deforestation-free pulp, and Orange on telecom sector audit collaboration
Bayer on how to ensure all agricultural land is used wisely
Weekly podcast: CottonConnect on why transparency is crucial for effective supplier impact analysis
Global Canopy on why no company will be deforestation free by 2020
Weekly podcast: how Nestlé tackles palm oil and plastic packaging challenges
How Eileen Fisher builds apparel supply chains from the ground up
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