In the wake of the tragic Bangladesh garment factory collapse, supply chain integrity has once again stimulated an intense media reaction — it seems that with each supply chain scandal, the headlines increase. reinforcing the backlash are questions about ethics, responsibility and safety. Who should be held responsible for supply chain disasters? How should big companies evaluate potential risks along their supply chains in order to prevent disaster? Is there a best response to supply chain safety violations to ensure they don’t happen again?
In this episode of LRN’s Talking values, host Michael Bramnick and LRN colleagues Wayne Brody and Keith Read speak to these questions and offer ideas for how ethics and compliance officers can help prevent supply chain tragedies.
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About Michael Bramnick:
Michael Bramnick brings to LRN 22 years of legal experience, 16 of which was spent in-house at four publicly traded companies in the steel, telecommunications, chemical, and energy industries. Most recently, he was Executive Vice President & General Counsel of NRG Energy, $9B Fortune 300 energy company. Michael was responsible for the 54-member Legal Department including the Regulatory and Corporate Compliance Groups. He previously served as Chief Compliance Officer.