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On International Women's Day 2018, we’re focused on how organizations can advance women's empowerment and integrate gender considerations to more effectively address some pressing global challenges.
Transparency is one of today’s most critical drivers of business success. Customers, investors, regulators and employees make decisions about where to shop, invest, investigate, and work based on how much they know about and trust an organization. So, how can we better manage transparency in a landscape where nearly everything is public?
If your leadership and procurement managers are not frequently talking about forced and child labour in your supply chain, and if you don’t have a clear picture of every point along your supply chain, you should be concerned.
Audits are, and will remain, an important part of managing supply chain risk. It’s how companies approach them that will make the difference.
The challenge is finding the systemic barriers within your organization that may be keeping women out of those leadership positions without intending to. But the good news is that there are easy ways to start making changes.