In the first post in this series highlighting how P&G is not only improving its overall CSR profile but also driving savings and revenue by embracing sustainability at all levels in its supply chain — from retail displays to supplier management — I provided one example of how the CPG giant is engaging its suppliers in this area. In today’s column, we’ll continue the analysis, highlighting other examples of how P&G is working with supply chain partners across its CSR initiatives. Perhaps it’s easiest to look at their model from a top down approach. In this regard, P&G’s policy to working with suppliers starts with the company’s own leadership and that of their suppliers. In this regard, “P&G’s new supplier sustainability board includes members from over 20 leading global suppliers and is charged with guiding the development of supplier related Sustainability activities and goals,” according to the firm’s annual Sustainability Report. But what are some examples of how P&G is translating high-level policy and planning to action?
Articles in this series
- P&G - Where Revenue, Savings and Sustainability Go Hand-in-Hand (Part 3)
- P&G -- Where Revenue, Savings and Sustainability Go Hand-in-Hand (Part 2)