Listen: Making the Business Case for Doing the Right Thing: Sustainability at Motorola Solutions and KeHe Distributors
Julia Ansaldi, Sr. Marketing Specialist
The pace innovation continues to accelerate, making it harder to keep up with today’s new breed of digital-savvy competitors. That’s why we launched Seeking Surfboards, a bi-weekly podcast series designed to help executives learn exactly how they can ride the wave of change in the digital age.
In this episode of Seeking Surfboards, host Scott Hermes, director of solution delivery at Solstice, talks with Laura McCord, Executive Director of Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility at KeHE Distributors, and Giovanni Rumbolo, Senior EHS and Sustainability Specialist at Motorola Solutions about the opportunities created by today’ s sustainability movement and the implications of sustainability as a business driver.
Episode Sneak Peek
After years of charting new territory, capturing metrics and evaluating the results, the message is clear: strategic sustainability makes good business sense. Leading companies recognize the opportunity and are pursuing new business models that support sustainable practices.
Technology plays an important role in reshaping supply chain management, but the digital era we live in today requires something more than operational tweaks. Lack of visibility can put your organization at substantial risk on multiple levels. To deliver on the sustainability promise, collaborative, transparent supply chain practices must be in place and effectively executed on a consistent basis.
In this installment, McCord and Rumbolo share their perspectives on what it takes to be a good corporate citizen and discuss how new digital capabilities are helping organizations better manage their sustainability data. They also provide insight into the relationship between an organization’s supply chain and its sustainability impact.
While efforts to reduce environmental impact are important, sustainability claims are meaningless if companies fail to provide transparency. In an age of immediate feedback and instant communication, consumers can easily determine if a company is authentic and lives by its values. That’s where new tracking and reporting capabilities are playing a vital role by helping organizations better manage their sustainability data and more accurately demonstrate results.
Tune in to learn how leading companies are sharpening their focus and learning how to take a more proactive approach to integrating sustainability into their business strategy.
Download the full podcast episode to learn how transparent practices and strategic sustainability could be precisely what your business needs to gain a critical competitive edge.