Corporate sustainability in the supply chain must not be an all-or-nothing strategy, according to a new study from John Bell, Niedert Professor of Supply Chain and head of the supply chain management department at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Haslam College of Business. “The all-or-nothing mindset causes business leaders to pit profit and sustainability against each other, opening the door to even bigger disconnects between values and culture,” Bell says in an article on the school’s site. He says it’s a process rather than a single destination.
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