The explosion of fast-fashion brands among Gen Z consumers was already apocalyptic . . . even before we sprinkled in “Buy Now, Pay Later” (BNPL) platforms. Presented here are three corrective paths for brands, retailers, and consumers alike.
Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. Thrice is a pattern. Recent unionization efforts in New York require us to examine the wider environment that has set the current stage for a “new labor movement” (and its potential impact on future operations).
Including women in decision making and leadership positions results in better performance for an organization – even for achieving carbon goals. Reflecting on Women’s History Month, we explore the gender pay gap and how to address it.
While the carbon accounting on a plastic bottle is old hat, the wider impact of shipping water around the globe is not receiving sufficient scrutiny. However, the convergence of consumer advocacy and production innovation is bringing this long overdue conversation into the limelight.
While it may seem callous to talk supply chain strategy amid the continuing horror in Ukraine, the hard truth is that we need to be bold in the face of geopolitical shock. It’s time to regionalize and dematerialize supply chains faster than ever.