The Role of the Board in Responsible Supply Chain Management

In today's landscape, your supply chain may reputationally be considered as an extension of your core organization with stakeholder expectations, and new legislative requirements for transparency into your suppliers and their business practices. It is imperative for organizations to establish responsible partnerships* with your suppliers, with the board assuming a pivotal role in driving this agenda forward.

Supporting greater transparency and ethical business practices within your supply chain at a board level will help ensure compliance with these new regulations and enable more proactive risk management to drive enhanced operational resilience. Working collaboratively with fellow board members, the CEO and management team can drive real positive change across the supply chain. 

 

Join us on Tuesday, April 30 at 1:00pm ET to hear from Deloitte leaders on the latest regulatory environment and the role of the board in responsible supply chain management. 

*Responsible Partnership: Integration of ethical, sustainable, environmental, and socially conscious principles into sourcing and third-party risk management across end-to-end supply chain management.

 

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Date
Apr 30, 2024 1:00 PM ET

MODERATOR:

 MODERATOR:

Ryan Ernst

Deloitte, Partner, Consulting

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PANELISTS:

PANELISTS:

Sarah Kalma

Deloitte, Senior Manager

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PANELISTS:

Prashant Masand

Partner, National Services Leader for Board Governance and Enterprise Risk, Deloitte

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