Supply unchained: Fighting labor abuse in your supply chain

Jonathan R. Copulsky, David Linich, Sean Morris & Nes Parker

The persistence of labor abuse reflects the complexity of the problem and its resistance to many of the solutions currently in place. Leaders should avoid the search for silver bullets and instead focus on…

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Deloitte Review: Issue 15

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Different temptations, same rules

Michael E. Raynor, Robert Rosone, Mumtaz Ahmed & Rob Del Vicario

Wizards and trolls: Accelerating technologies, patent reform, and the new era of IP

John Levis, Don Fancher, Eziah Syed & John Hudson

Not long ago, protecting intellectual property was primarily the purview of technology and pharmaceutical companies. More recently, however, industries in the path of these…

Essays

The future’s exponential causality

Carmen Medina

In the same way that humans have a hard time understanding exponential functions in mathematics, we also find it difficult to anticipate what I term “exponential causality.

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Fighting supply chain labor abuse (video)

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Prioritizing the prevention of human rights violations can help organizations open an important dialogue with empowered consumers, preserve the integrity of their supply chains, and protect their brand identity.

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