Operationalizing ESG: Sourcing as a Force for Good

In this report, Criticaleye partner Workday (in collaboration with Procurement Leaders), explores ways to operationalise ESG, as well as address the issue of ‘greenwashing’.

Key takeaways in the report include:

  • Emissions in the supply chain can make up as much as 95 percent of a business’s overall emissions footprint.
     
  • Investing in systems to gather, store and use ESG data to inform decision-making is crucial if procurement teams are to deliver on sustainability goals.
     
  • The need to move away from ‘greenwashing’ and use fact-based decision-making is crucial if procurement teams are to deliver on sustainability goals.? 
     
  • A key requirement of any new system to measure ESG data is flexibility and configurability.


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