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    Henal Shah

    Ms. Henal Shah is a Design Strategist and Innovation Consultant for setting up new projects. Her key focus areas are sustainable environment and social impact through her work. She is a supply chain professional with 6 years of experience with Larsen & Toubro – Hydrocarbon Engineering. She is basically an instrumentation engineer and has inclination towards design, art, and supply chain. She has also done a graduation diploma in Material Management and professional courses in design.

    Push-Pull Strategy – A Revisit

    As supply chain and operations professionals, we understand the concept of the Push-Pull boundary. In my opinion, it has become more important...

    Book Review: Hooked – How to Build Habit-Forming Products

    What makes you check your phone 100 times per day? Why do you always use Google instead of Bing? Or why do...

    Challenges Posed by a Multi-Site Supply Chain ERP Implementation

    Organizations with multiple sites that need online ERP support should learn how to create procurement solutions so that the data and processes...

    Supply Chain Post COVID – New Normal

    Once we start living in the post COVID world, which is when the pharma companies produce the vaccines and the world has...
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    Doughnut Economics – Thinking for 21st century

    The Doughnut economics, is a visual framework for sustainable development – shaped like a doughnut or lifebelt – combining the concept of planetary boundaries with the complementary concept of social boundaries. Progress on climate action and sustainability could be a significant casualty of the COVID-19 coronavirus crisis, according to a new report from the World Economic Forum. Amsterdam is embracing the so-called doughnut, an economic model that envisions “a world in which people and planet can thrive in balance”.

    Circular Economy and Business Scenario

    The future of business is circular, and everyone has to consider waste elimination, regeneration and sustainability in mind in every business operations. Using the tools of a circular economy offers all organisations a lasting advantage by combining more productive ways of doing things while engaging in more system-wide activity: ‘feeding the forest’ and not just ‘doing less harm’.

    Climate change and business scenario

    In a highly competitive global world where economies are growing and in the race of being top economies. However, all such races are based on industrialization and capitalism which is mainly fueled by fossil fuels. Such high usage of fossil fuels leads to environmental pollution and Climate change. A leadership must look into efficient utilization of resources and take environment friendly steps to avoid climate change.