Supply Management’s Future Depends on Diversity

By making this pillar integral to their operations, organizations can reflect the communities and clients they serve, as well as capitalize on innovation and opportunities.

By Sue Doerfler

Diversity is reality. That’s a common saying at Pitney Bowes, the Stamford, Connecticut-based technology company, where diversity and inclusion have been a business objective since World War II. That objective extends to the suppliers the company uses, as well as its expectations of the supply base and workforce. 

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