If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go with others. Lingering thought after a provocative chat with James George, previously at the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and now in a new role at PYXERA Global!
We explore a breadth of topics to redefine systems for sustainability, equity, and circularity-> starting with upstream thinking.
Topics discussed include:
defining accountability and how it’s hard to delegate in sustainable transformation
fair living wage
how lowest price encourages bad behavior in supply chains
what is the total cost of ownership and why should we care
the shift toward planet positive and how we will become consumers of environmental services
getting the right info and source of truth in complexities (COP26)
the rise of the expert versus the rise of the connector
the beauty of unusual collaborators to drive systems change for social impact
We’d love for you to join us for 20 mins during your ride, walk, run, or just weekend downtime and explore.
On a personal note, I appreciate all your support re: the Supply Chain Revolution® podcast Please excuse the 4 am morning voice in the intro! It’s a labor of love, not pay for play so myself and the guests are often fitting in around jobs, kids, life, in a COVID world. To balance work and kids at home, the episode cadence has dialed back to 1X monthly and still gets 10Xthousands of downloads. It’s humbling and inspiring to know so many people want a responsible, equitable, and better world
Hoping this gives some inspiration pre-COP26 and as we rally beyond net-zero commitments. Shout out too in this episode to John Holm, Deirdre White, and Maria P. Villablanca
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