ISM's 4th Annual Sustainability & Social Responsibility Conference



November 7-8, 2011
Lake Buena Vista, FL

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Monday, November 7, 2011

  • SESSION MA:  BUILDING ON SHARED VALUES TO ACHIEVE AN ETHICAL WORLD
    (Presentation is not available. For more information on the Institute for Global Ethics, visit their website at http://www.globalethics.org/)
    As supply professionals interfacing with differing cultures, we often find ourselves asking, "What's the right thing to do?" This powerful and dynamic session helps us understand that, despite the complexities of today's global economy, we all share a universal set of core values that guides our decision making around social responsibility, human rights, and sustainable solutions. Discover how to resolve tough right-versus-right dilemmas, how moral courage helps us take action when our values are put to the test, and how we can build a culture of integrity in our organization that outlasts the individuals currently working there. Be prepared to raise your own questions during the Q&A.

    Dr. Rushworth M. Kidder | President and Founder | Institute for Global Ethics

  • SESSION MB:  NAVIGATING THE EVER-EVOLVING SUSTAINABILITY RATINGS, RANKINGS AND REPORTING LANDSCAPES (2,000 KB)
    Reporting on sustainability is an important way for organizations to manage the impact on sustainable development. Which sustainability ratings and rankings matter most? How do you know which sustainability reporting framework is most valuable? And, why should you care about these ever-evolving landscapes? Look for answers to these questions and discover how companies can enhance their brand and reputation by staying abreast of changes and new opportunities in these important areas.

    Margie P. Flynn | Principal and Co-owner | BrownFlynn

  • SESSION MC:  P&G'S SUPPLIER ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY SCORECARD: COLLABORATING FOR FOOTPRINT REDUCTION AND SHARING IDEAS
    (Presentation is not available)
    Procter & Gamble share its highly successful supplier environmental sustainability scorecard and process. Hear how the scorecard came about and the results it has achieved. Discover the key findings and challenges, and how you can apply the scorecard to your supply chain. Find out where you can get a copy of the scorecard and all related training materials to use in your organization.

    Larry Loftus | Director — Global Purchases Capability and Strategy | Procter & Gamble

  • SESSION MD:  ECONOMY, ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT (E3) AND THE GREEN SUPPLIERS NETWORK (GSN) (3,000 KB)
    The E3 and GSN programs are multi-agency efforts to deliver federal resources to manufacturing suppliers. Under the GSN, suppliers access lean and green technical assessments to support process improvements on the manufacturing floor. Find out how the new E3 program combines the GSN program benefits with additional services of workforce training and financing. Hear how these coordinated federal, state and local technical assistance initiatives help communities adapt and thrive in a new business era focused on sustainability.

    Kristin Pierre | Founder and Manager | Green Suppliers Network | U.S. EPA

  • SESSION ME:  ONE COMPANY'S SUSTAINABILITY JOURNEY: INTEL PROCUREMENT'S EXPERIENCE IN ESTABLISHING A COMPREHENSIVE SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAM
    (Presentation is not available)
    Many companies struggle to respond to growing sustainability expectations from customers, NGOs, and investors. Procurement is typically at the center of these efforts and has the ability to enable company success through its influence with both internal partners as well as the external supply chain. Learn about Intel Procurement's experience in responding to sustainability challenges in both direct and indirect materials activities.

    Jackie Sturm | VP, Technology and Manufacturing Group and General Manager of Worldwide Materials | Intel Corporation

  • SESSION MF:  Sustainability 2.0 — GOING BEYOND ECO-EFFICIENCY
    (Presentation is not available)
    To date, most companies' sustainability work has centered on being more efficient to reduce environmental footprints. This interactive, World Café-style session explores going beyond these efforts. With the help of a skilled subject matter/facilitator, participants explore:

    • Innovation in Sustainability
    • Creating Revenue Streams Based on Sustainable Practices, Products and Markets
    • Enterprise Alignment Around Sustainability
    • The Disruptive Potential of Sustainability on Existing Business Models

    Plan on a stimulating discussion that frames the work you do today in the context of what's coming tomorrow.

    Robert Kuhn | President | Kuhn Associates Management Advisors LLC


Tuesday, November 8, 2011

  • SESSION TA:  THE 9 KEYS TO A SUCCESSFUL AND SUSTAINABLE SAFETY PROCESS (2,000 KB)
    Milliken & Company is recognized as a leader in safety and health in the textile industry. Discover how you can adopt Milliken's award-winning, safety driven methodology, which is part of the company's DNA. Hear how an organization's leadership must set and communicate the expectation of safety while following up with a set of disciplined measurements. The remaining seven keys provide the company's production associates with the ability to take ownership of the safety process.

    Phil McIntyre | Director of Business Development | Milliken Performance Solutions

  • SESSION TB:  NAVIGATING THE COURSE TO LEED CERTIFICATION AND GREENER BUILDINGS (3,000 KB)
    Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is an internationally-recognized green building certification system. Supply professionals are often involved with company projects with a LEED component and/or work with suppliers that are being required to address LEED specifications. This session guides you through the many facets of LEED certification, including the environmental and financial benefits of becoming LEED certified, the different types of LEED credentials, and the steps to achieving and maintaining LEED Certification.

    Beth Holst | Vice President Credentialing | Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI)

  • SESSION TC:  SUPPLY MANAGEMENT'S CRITICAL ROLE IN SUSTAINABILITY AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (2,000 KB)
    Supply managers often find themselves in leadership roles to develop corporate responsibility and decision making policy. Hear from supply management and sustainability experts as they describe their experiences in driving sustainability initiatives, as well as the impact and future of social responsibility programs in their organizations.

    Christopher Campolongo | Senior Manager, Supply Chain Compliance | MeadWestvaco
    Drew Schramm | Senior Vice President, Global Supply Management | Herman Miller, Inc.