Do you have concerns about growing risks within your supply chains, and require a toolkit to map your journey towards managing them?
The rules for doing business have changed: without visibility there is no accountability, says Rick Sanderson FIFST, Co-founder and Head of Partnerships, STAR Index. To succeed in today’s environment, you need to get a clear view from the top of the mountain.
So, have we reached the end of traditional capitalism as we know it? Or is its end on the near horizon? Business ethics and trust are fast becoming the gateway to consumer spending, as we look for organisations that have a more balanced approach to how they address economic, social and environmental issues in a way that benefits people, communities and society.
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Clear view from the top of the mountain
Only those most adaptable to change will survive. Darwin’s view, taken from his famous quote, has never been so true as it is in today’s business world. Transparency in all walks of life is changing the way we make our buying decisions, none more so than in business. Investors, stakeholders, shareholders, management, employees and customers are demanding more insight and more honesty in terms of how goods and services are delivered.