Research report: Is your supply chain ethical?
New research from APICS, Loyola – Chicago, Peerless Research Group and SCMR examined the role of ethics in supply chain management.
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Are you operating an ethical supply chain? Are ethics part of the discussion in your organization? And, if so, what are the best practices your supply chain organization is addressing? Those are questions APICS, Loyola University Chicago and Supply Chain Management Review addressed in The Ethical Supply Chain in the November issue of SCMR.
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