The Citizenship & Sustainability 2020 program, announced earlier this year at Johnson & Johnson, radically expanded the scope of J&J’s sustainable procurement program. As suppliers mature and encounter a new level of challenges, risks (environmental, human rights, and corruption) are also evolving to span traditionally silo’ed compliance areas.
In this webcast, John Ruebush, Director of Sustainable Procurement of Johnson & Johnson, and Pierre-Francois Thaler, Co-CEO of EcoVadis, as they discuss their approach toward aligning risk management with ways to select and invest in building relationships with the right suppliers to innovate with for the coming decades.
Director of Sustainable Procurement, Johnson & Johnson
What you'll learn
Structuring sustainable procurement programs to align procurement targets with business objectives
Maximizing internal adoption by delegating target setting to category leaders, process and software integration, training, and change management
Incentivizing suppliers to participate and improve performance with a rich scoring and recognition program