The Supply Chain Digital Show & managing Scope 3 emissions

The Supply Chain Digital Show featured Dawn Tiura, covered Scope 3 emissions & why inventory stockpiling a cybersecurity risk

The Supply Chain Digital Show returned to LinkedIn for its third show of the year  on  March 3rd. The latest show featured Dawn Tiura, President & CEO of the Sourcing Industry Group (SIG), the largest global association for sourcing, procurement and risk professionals.

During the show, Dawn discussed thought leadership and training, while hosts Sean Ashcroft, Editor in Chief of Supply Chain Digital and Georgia Wilson, Editor in Chief of Procurement Magazine covered why medical device supply chains are 'facing a cybersecurity storm', Scope 3 emissions, how procurement leaders can be successful in 2022, and sustainable meat suppliers.

Read more about Dawn Tiura here, in Procurement magazine.

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Bain & Company: Being successful in procurement in 2022

“So this week I came across some interesting insights from management consulting firm Bain & Company on how procurement leaders can be successful in 2022,” said Wilson. “The insights highlighted that those who are simply ‘buying better’ the year will find that it won’t be enough to navigate the year ahead.” 

She added: “Instead more complex goals such as supply chain risk mitigation and resiliency, strengthening strategic partnerships, transparency, and supporting nearshore initiatives will differentiate those that will be successful and those that won’t.”

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Meat suppliers failing to prevent future zoonotic diseases

“Then another interesting piece of news came from the meat supplier industry,” said Wilson. “A recent study by investor network Fairr Initiative found that 63% of the big meat, fish and dairy suppliers are failing when it comes to preventing diseases such as COVID-19.” 

She added: “The company said that with three out of four new diseases today being ones that cross from animals to humans, it is important for suppliers to be responsible by disclosing information on their conditions and practices, making any necessary changes.”

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