Beyond impacting the organization’s itself, procurement decisions significantly impact the economy, environment and society. Organizations are more and more expected to carry out thorough due diligence and prevent adverse effects across their supply chains.
Understand how to integrate sustainability within procurement aligned with ISO 20400 guidance standard - from policy, strategy, organization to process – to reduce risk and give your company a competitive edge.
|1.1||Terminology: "responsible procurement"|
|1.2||Regulatory and normative context|
|1.3||Approach and process ((Policy, Strategy, Organization and process)|
|Part 2||Structuring responsible procurement|
|2.2||Identification & stakeholder engagement|
|2.3||Define the relevance criteria for responsible purchasing|
|Part 3||Integrating social responsibility into the procurement process|
|3.1||Interaction with existing processes|
|3.2||Planning: prepare the responsible procurement strategy|
|3.3||Integrate specific requirements|
|3.6||Performance evaluation and improvement|
|Part 4||Case study & practical exercise|
|Part 5||Keys to success and conclusions|
Alizé works with industrial leaders - from mining, energy to transport - in integrating sustainability into their business model. Strategy, action plans, and reporting in accordance with international regulations and standards, she provides end-to-end support. Alizé is also a certified professional by the Global Reporting Initiative Standards.
Stephanie is recognized as GRI Certified Professional since 2011, Sustainability Report Expert by Forethix and ESR Expert-Verificator for the National Institute of Corporate Social Responsibility. She has more than 10 years experience in the Reporting implementation process around finance, industries, transport, logistic, airlines, ICT and sectors.
Forethix is member of the MLQE (Luxembourgish Movement for Quality and Excellence).