2020-02-20 Corporate Social Responsibility
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is quickly becoming the scorecard by which shareholders, consumers, and employees measure an organization. Company’s no longer have the luxury of simply touting their bottom line as a determinant of their success and are being called upon to demonstrate that they positively impact social, economic, and environmental factors.
Join us for an invigorating discussion with some of Chicago’s most successful supply chain companies who distinguish themselves as industry leaders and by their tireless commitment to do “good.” Download the complete bio document here: Bios for CSCMP Chicago CSR Meeting
The tour is offered to both members and non-members, but space is limited. Registration 1/20/19. It will close when max capacity of (60) people has been reached.
This meeting will take place at Charles Rivers Associates’ (CRA), beautiful new offices in downtown Chicago. CRA is a leading global consulting firm that offers economic, financial, and strategic expertise to major law firms, corporations, accounting firms and governments around the world. Information about CRAI can be found at: http://www.crai.com/cra-offices.
Identification will be required to sign in at the building front desk and gain access to elevators to get to the 34th floor.
OUR ENGAGING PANEL OF EXPERTS
CPA/ABV/CFF Vice President, Forensic Services
Visiting Scholar at the Center on Food Security and the Environment
PhD Director, MSc. in Supply Chain Management
Co-Editor, Journal of Humanitarian Logistics & Supply Chain Management
Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer
All purchases are final. Registrations may be substituted up to seven days prior to the purchased event for another colleague or contact by contacting CSCMP Roundtable Services at +1 630-574-0985. The CSCMP Chicago Roundtable reserves the right to modify speakers, topics or venues at our full discretion. In the event that an event is cancelled, an exchange will be provided or a refund will be offered within seven business days.
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