21 Apr '11, 9am

Proctor & Gamble’s New Sustainability Scorecard Spreads a Wave of Green Down the Supply Chain

Proctor & Gamble’s New Sustainability Scorecard Spreads a Wave of Green Down the Supply Chain

Last year’s program year was devoted to finding out whether clear and meaningful data could be collected. The answer was a resounding yes, though some adjustments did need to be made to provide additional flexibility. How else, asked Larry Loftus, P&G’s Global Director of Supplier Capability & Strategy, could an ad agency, an oil supplier and a technology services company all use the same scorecard to achieve meaningful results.

Full article: http://www.triplepundit.com/2011/04/proctor-gamble-sustai...

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