Supply Chain Risk Management: Minimize Disruptions, Reduce Risk And Make Your Supply Chain Resilient (Operational Excellence Series Book 6)

How to Manage Risks, Reduce the Effects of Disruptions in your Supply Chain, and Meet the Needs and Expectations of your Customers and Partners

Learn how to determine, implement, and monitor an optimal mix of measures to avoid, defer, reduce, or transfer all relevant end-to-end supply chain risks.

Written by a successful business improvement practitioner this no fluff e – book includes:

The Changing Face of Supply Chain Risk

Supply chains have never been so sophisticated and, as a result, so vulnerable to risk. The lean production method and just-in-time inventories, less vertical integration, dependence on single-source suppliers, and increased reliance on low-cost and cost-reducing suppliers often located in unstable areas, all contribute to a higher level of risk.

The Supply Chain Risk Management Process Explained

Learn how to develop, execute and implement the 5-step risk management process (based on ISO 31000) in great details. The process begins with identifying internal and external environments/risk drivers – supply, demand, process, control, and environmental risks.

Once a firm understands how to identify risks, it may undertake risk identification and assessment, which includes risk identification, risk analysis, and risk evaluation and risk management strategies. Next, the firm can devise risk treatment plans – supply chain security and protection, continuity of operations, and recovery.

Enterprises must also undertake continual communication and consultation as well as monitoring and review throughout this process.

How to Develop and Implement a Predictive – Proactive SCRM Methodology

  • Proactive Supply Chain Risk Management
  • Predicting Supply Chain Risks
  • Data Mining and Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA)
  • The Predictive – Proactive Methodology

Supply Chain Security

By blending organizational capabilities emanating from people, processes, and technology, the firm can embrace a supply chain security orientation and effectively protect itself and its supply chain assets from damage and/or destruction caused by internal and external threats.

Learn how to build Supply Chain Security through Capability Development and Dynamic Security Management Capabilities.

Downloadable Templates and Examples

A link to downloadable templates, examples and pictures you can use immediately throughout your Supply Chain Risk Management process.

Learn how to develop and implement Effective Supply Chain Risk Management program, improve your business operations performance, and make your supply chain secure and resilient. Scroll up and grab your copy now.