"Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe"- Selecting Best Conflict-Free Minerals Supply Chain Sourcing Strategies (Part 3) (via ValueStreaming)

Our friend and colleague Dave Meyer’s post really struck me as an excellent viewpoint into the growing role of mineral and substance reporting in sustainable supply chains, In addition, the element of Management Systems is critical and nearly the first or highly considered competency that we look for in terms of an organization actually acting on any findings or any information that requires reporting. Without key components of a Management Systems element, there is no understanding for action and no means to take action.

SAI’s Social Fingerprint(TM) framework identifies nine elements to achieve CSR improvement in the supply chain. For more information please visit the Social Fingerprint site here.

"Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe"- Selecting Best Conflict-Free Minerals Supply Chain Sourcing Strategies (Part 3) Part 1 of this series highlighted the issues, regulatory and supply chain complexities and efforts by industry to tighten the control of precious minerals sourcing.  Part 2 of the series dove a bit deeper into efforts by key manufacturers in how they are auditing, validating and tracing the conflict … Read More

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