A ‘Clean’ Corporate Social Responsibility Lesson Kaitlyn McAvoy - March 16, 2015 3:08 PM | Categories: Conferences, CSR, Procurement | Tags: General News Today we wrapped up a 2-part Plus series on the Global Soap Project and what procurement can learn from the organization that sends recycled hotel soap to African nations lacking a supply of proper sanitation products. Authored by Thomas Kase, vice president of research, the Plus series talked about the "world's best presentation" given by Global Soap Project founder Derreck Kayongo last month at the Institute for Supply Management National Supply Chain Diversity Summit in Atlanta. Thomas tells us what the Global Soap Project is all about and what lessons it can teach procurement organizations. Not only is this an inspiring story about an effective and creative cause, but it can teach procurement a thing or two. Take some time to read the story before heading out of the office today! Part 1: ISM Supply Chain Diversity Summit Dispatch: A “Clean” Lesson from CSR Initiative Part 2: Procurement Lessons From the Global Soap Project Discuss this: Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.