Nuremberg, Germany

New Forms of Sustainable Management: Due Diligence and Digitalization in Sustainable Supply Chains

when 15 July 2024 - 26 July 2024
language English
duration 2 weeks
fee EUR 640

With the growing global integration of companies, their area of responsibility for the ecological, social and human rights impacts associated with their activities are part of discussions in societies and politics. Transparency, traceability and compliance with sustainability standards are requirements that investors, consumers, supervisory authorities and environmental and human rights groups demand in the form of corporate due diligence reporting. For example, consumers and consumer associations are increasingly demanding information about the conditions under which goods are manufactured. Production conditions thus become part of the product quality.

This summer school programme will address the following topics:

- Sustainable Management in the new era of transparency
- Legislation on Supply Chain Due Diligence
- Sustainable Reporting and the requirements of different standards
- Technological solutions to support dure diligence processes (Blockchain, Platforms etc.)

Participants can participate in a diverse cultural and social programme together with the partcipants from all summer school courses offered within the Ohm International Summer School.

Course leader

Prof. Dr. Frank Ebinger

Target group

Bachelor's students in their third year of study, master's students and graduates.

Fields of study: business, computer science, sustainability science and related

Fee info

EUR 640: Fee for the academic course.
EUR 210: Fee for the cultural and social programme.

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