Tag Archives: supply chain

  • The Power of Inclusive Procurement

    Rod Robinson WG95 on creating supply chains with positive economic, social, and environmental impacts.

  • Supply Chain Diversity: More Than Quotas

    Let’s count the benefits when companies create and maintain a supply chain that ensures the inclusion of diverse groups in procurement plans.

  • Sourcing Silicon Valley’s Diversity

    Tech-focused supplier diversity initiatives can help solve Silicon Valley’s diversity problem. Rod Robinson explains the four reasons why.

  • Sourcing a Wharton Entrepreneur’s Ambition

    Wharton entrepreneur Rod Robinson WG95, founder of ConnXus, explains how his sense of the possible increased by orders of magnitude after attending...

  • Four Supplier Diversity Reporting Trends

    The best companies are revolutionizing how they manage and track procurement, driven by regulation and technology and the need for accuracy and...

  • Regions: Asia

    Blending Wharton classroom concepts with international immersion, Wharton Global Modular courses expose students to new experiences—from Versace’s...

  • The First Step to Supplier Diversity

    A relationship exists between how much of total spend corporate procurement controls and how much of it is diversity spend.

  • Giving Supply Chain Its Due

    The first-ever, student-run Wharton Supply Chain Conference draws a crowd and surprising speakers.

  • Lessons From Tohoku

    The effects of the earthquake of March 2011 have rippled along every link in supply chain management.

  • Wharton Impact

    Supply Chains: The Corporate Lifeline

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