Nike has taken the call for corporate social responsibility seriously, particularly when it comes to working with suppliers. In this university podcast, Nike’s director of global logistics, Dawn Vance, talks about the company’s journey to integrate sustainability into the supply chain from design through delivery to the retail marketplace. She discusses collaborative models with factory partners, logistics providers, stakeholders, and industry conditions, as well as the organization’s work on business models that will be responsible for the fate of products from cradle to grave. Vance spoke at the fourth annual Socially and Environmentally Responsible Supply Chain Conference convened by the Global Supply Chain Management Forum and the Center for Social Innovation, both departments of the Stanford Graduate School of Business.