Tag Archives: Surveys


Sustainable, Visible Supply Chains – An Achievable Goal

The recent Thai Union scandal has once again brought the ethical food supply issue into public focus. Despite the negative initiation, we believe that the debate has brought to light the positive shift occurring in the global food retail industry. The facts indicate that there has been a steadily increasing focus on ethics and sustainability in the food supply chain....


The Consultant’s Cultural Toolkit #4 – Attitudes

by Katharine Newcombe Attitudes can be the hardest things to change. Attitudes are deeply ingrained ways of viewing and reacting to the world, and are often set at an early age. We frequently find ourselves explaining someone’s behaviour as ‘just their attitude’, especially when we perceive them to be behaving uncooperatively or negatively. From a culture change perspective, we identify...