New Tendencies on Responsible Supply Chain Management (updated)


Conference notes










Update note on the Conference by CBS and GLOBAL CSR held on the May, 30 2011.


New tendencies on responsible supply chain management are emerging in response to the critiques of the current approaches. Recently, the report ‘Changing Course – a study into Responsible Supply Chain Management’ introduced a new approach to supply chain management – RSCM 3.0. The vision for RSCM 3.0 is that it should be possible for international buyers to invest and purchase goods from specific ‘risk-free’ zones without the risk of being involved in violations on standards derived from the ten principles of the UN Global Compact. 

The conference focuses on challenges and opportunities from responsible supply chain management. Good practices among front-runner companies will be presented and innovative ways forward will be discussed.


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9.00:   Registration

9.15:   Welcome (Dorte Salskov-Iversen, Head of Department, ICM, CBS)

9:30:   Opening of the conference (Mads Øvlisen from the Danish Council on CSR)


(Sune Skadegaard Thorsen, Global CSR) 


(Søren Jeppesen, CBS)

10.25: Comments

10.40: Panel discussion: Responsible supply chain management today – challenges and opportunities

- Charlotte Damgaard (Egmont)

- Jeppe Kromann Haarsted (Coloplast)

- Ken Daniel Petersen (IC Companies)

11.05:  Comments

11.20:  A way forward –

? (Sune Skadegaard Thorsen, GLOBAL CSR)

11.45:  Questions, comments and knowledge sharing

12.25:  Thank you

12.30:  Lunch & networking


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Lunch has been sponsored by CBS, CBS-SIMI and Egmont 

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