Kimberly-Clark's Lisa Morden Shares Insights on Mobilizing Collaboration to Drive Systemic Change
Lisa Morden, Kimberly-Clark’s vice president of safety, sustainability and occupational health, recently joined leaders from BSR, the Apparel Impact Institute and the Network for Sustainable Business at the Reuters Events Transform Supply Chains USA ‘22 conference for a panel on mobilizing collaboration to drive systemic change across ecosystems.
During the conversation, Lisa shared insights on how organizations can enact change across their wider ecosystems, the foundational elements of successful partnerships, the role that breakthrough innovation plays in accelerating sustainability efforts and disrupting from within, and why the most impactful partnerships sometimes come from unexpected places.
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