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WEBINAR RECORDING: Triple Bottom Line Trust | Building Supply Chain Integrity Programs
As consumer demand for responsible products and services increases, so does the need to ensure that upstream and downstream supply chain partners are employing triple bottom line (people, planet, prosperity) practices. While 3rd party verification programs can be a solution, many times these programs are not able to address the unique challenges a company’s supply chain can encounter. Internal sustainable supply chain verification programs can accomplish this goal, while increasing supplier and consumer loyalty, reducing costs, and creating unique branding opportunities.
The Triple Bottom Line Trust webinar review how the definition of a healthy supply chain has evolved given the impact of consumers and forward-thinking business leaders. The conditions that must be in place for a Supply Chain Integrity Program (SCIP) to develop are examined, as well as the considerations of whether to develop a verification program that uses a 3rd party standard or a customized internal standard verification program.
Finally, this webinar will provide an overview of the process of building a company’s sustainable supply chain program. This includes key components of the strategic planning process, what to consider in program development, critical implementation steps, and successful monitoring and reporting.
Attendees will leave the Triple Bottom Line Trust webinar with an understanding of a) the factors that must be considered and initiated in order to successfully launch and implement a Supply Chain Integrity Program; b) how to evaluated if a SCIP is the right decision for their company or client; and c) the basic steps to be followed to implement a SCIP.
Recorded live on Thursday, July 17, 2014
Who should attend:
Sustainability professionals regularly engaged in developing cross-functional sustainability initiatives with procurement and quality departments, whose companies are interested in building the integrity and verifiability of their supply chain practices but aren’t sure how. And those who need to know more about supply chains for their company or clients.
PRESENTER: Lisa Spicka, Founder, Maracuja Solutions
Lisa Spicka has worked extensively in the United States, Mexico, Central America, and Brazil in the organic, food/ag manufacturing, and sustainability sectors since 1997. She has held operations, project, and sustainability management roles for a spectrum of companies, ranging from non-profits to a multi-billion dollar corporation. In her roles, Lisa has led domestic and global initiatives that focus on food safety or triple-bottom-line program initiatives.
As founder of Maracujá Solutions, Ms. Spicka uses her diverse background to help clients improve
product and brand integrity. In particular, she specializes in helping clients like Once Again or Earthbound Farm to develop and implement verifiable sustainable supply chain strategies. These strategies incorporate organic, food safety, sustainability, and/or fair trade standards. Additionally, Ms. Spicka works on the development of educational programming with leading sustainability and organic
organizations. These include Provender, Oregon Tilth, and the Sustainable Food Trade Association, where she holds the role of Education Director. She is a frequent speaker on supply chain integrity, including for the Domestic Fair Trade Association and the Global Citizen Forum.
Ms. Spicka holds a Spanish degree from the University of Nebraska Lincoln, and graduated cum laude from Thunderbird School of Global Management, with a Global MBA in sustainable supply chain management, and a Professional Communications Certification.
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