Similarities in Managing Supply Chain Sustainability and Intellectual Property

Language: English
Categories: Supply Chain

Over the last few years, a growing number of companies have put increased attention on issues related to social and environmental responsibility (SER). As part of this trend, they have been gradually moving away from sole reliance on audits, and instead are focusing more on preventive measures and practices aimed at building supplier capabilities. This report, written by the Stanford Initiative for the Study of Supply Chain Responsibility (SISSCR), finds that companies can use the same thinking they have applied to protect against social and environmental risk in supply chains to help protect against intellectual property risk in supply chains.


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