Diese Präsentation wurde erfolgreich gemeldet.
Die SlideShare-Präsentation wird heruntergeladen. ×

Supplier engagement webinar Ethical corp

Anzeige
Anzeige
Anzeige
Anzeige
Anzeige
Anzeige
Anzeige
Anzeige
Anzeige
Anzeige
Anzeige
Anzeige

Hier ansehen

1 von 13 Anzeige

Weitere Verwandte Inhalte

Diashows für Sie (20)

Ähnlich wie Supplier engagement webinar Ethical corp (20)

Anzeige

Weitere von EcoVadis (18)

Anzeige

Supplier engagement webinar Ethical corp

  1. 1. supplier development programME (SDP) INTRODUCTION
  2. 2. How is the DT supplier development programme different? How do you stop “inspecting in” sustainability and CSR and engage and motivate suppliers to really want to become best practice in sustainability and achieve a lasting change of attitude and reduce the need for audits? How do you use sustainability to deliver lower cost suppliers, higher quality products and higher service levels - delivery of business benefits How do you address transparency and “through supply chain” reach of your programme? How do you really get the interest of your colleagues in operations, procurement and marketing? How do you achieve the above goals at scale and at low cost in terms of €€ and effort? Based on the experience of the DT stand alone programme (Pilot) we are transitioning our learnings to a wider industry programme aiming for bottom line benefits that delivers implementation of sustainability best practice Critical sustainable supply chain questions:
  3. 3. How does the OLD & NEW DT programme work? Steering group of participating GeSI members GeSI member volunteer project manager Educational portal Suppliers provide performance data online Estimation of €€ benefits Implementation training and consultancy support (at cost to supplier if supplier chooses) Support with individual Improvement planning, target setting and benefits case - supplier and GeSI GeSI record & verify results Suppliers invited to join Suppliers update results achieved – GeSI verify GeSI report results against the SDG framework
  4. 4.  Quality defects cut by 50%  Productivity increase of 15%  Energy consumption cut by 20%  Waste savings through introduction of recycling  Supply chain cost saving of 5%  Typical product savings of 5% Exemplary supplier bottom line benefits Exemplary “brand” benefits  Customer complaints cut by 50%  Platform for green product innovation  Measured results against SDG’s, through the supply chain, for reporting and stakeholder engagement purposes  Lasting change – reduced auditing and monitoring costs What do we mean by measurable bottom line benefits?
  5. 5. thank you!
  6. 6. Document Classification: EcoVadis Public Engaging Suppliers in CSR 1
  7. 7. Document Classification: EcoVadis Public EcoVadis: Global, Reliable Ratings 2 Buyers Suppliers
  8. 8. Document Classification: EcoVadis Public Sustainable Procurement Virtuous Circle Buyers Suppliers CSR Improvements Business Incentives, communication Ratings/Benchmarks Feedback Global Easy to useReliable
  9. 9. Document Classification: EcoVadis Public 4 Case example 1 Drivers / Challenges • Risk management and compliance • Building partnerships with our suppliers • Value creation through innovation (preferred suppliers) • Increased stakeholders expectations • CSR as a competitive advantage Best Practices Supplier engagement • Use EcoVadis score in supplier overall capability assessment • Contract clause: Supplier Code of Conduct • Corrective Action Plans if EcoVadis score < 44 • ‘Every Buyer, Every Visit’ program • Supplier satisfaction surveys • CSR-Committee • Low EcoVadis score suppliers get audited Results • Solvay has identified about 1.000 critical suppliers • 66% response rate • Coverage 65% of Solvay’s spend
  10. 10. Document Classification: EcoVadis Public 5 Case example 2 Drivers / Challenges • Risk management and compliance • Responsible corporation • Increased stakeholders expectations • CSR as a competitive advantage • Manage a large and growing portfolio spend (5.8 Billion Euros) • Manage newly acquired BUs specificities (policies, processes) Best Practices Supplier engagement • EcoVadis score weigh in on supplier overall assessment • Contract clause: Supplier charter • Direct CSR discussion with Suppliers (It’s crafted depending on their CSR maturity) • EcoVadis assessment score > 40 by spend and key suppliers Results • Increase in numbers of suppliers launched in campaigns in 2016 • Achieving an average score of 48 • During supplier selection, EcoVadis score accounts for at least 5 to10% of the Sourcing Decision Grid

×