Creating Shared Value Between Product Stewardship and Sustainability

Nicole Scatena Moderator
Johnson & Johnson
Raynham, MA 
Jim Jenkins, PhD Presenter
Calgary, Alberta 
Wed, 9/11: 11:00 AM  - 12:00 PM 
Standard Session 
Greater Columbus Convention Center 
Room: A 216 


Product sustainability is the common ground between product stewardship and sustainability, where risk reduction and environmental and social responsibility intent merge to produce greater momentum and progress toward sustainability goals.

In this session, we identify tools such as product life cycle risk analysis and discuss examples of how the output of product stewardship links with and contributes to a company's sustainability effort. Shared value focuses company leaders on maximizing the competitive value of solving social problems in new customers and markets. These activities have the potential to strengthen the working linkage between these two departments within a company with the end result of creating shared value.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this session, attendees will:

1. Explain the support linkages between company product stewardship and sustainability programs
2. Utilize the concept of product stewardship supply chain risk mapping
3. Identify shared value opportunities 

Learning/Experience Level