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1. GM Changes Approach to Risk Mitigation
When you consider risk management for supply chains, it can be helpful to learn how the big automotive manufacturers view the problem. The well-publicized issues related to the tsunami in Japan in 2011 ...
Created on 02 June 2016
2. The Dreaded Black Swan
When a perceived Black Swan event occurs and there's not much of an impact to supply chains, what does it mean? To some, it means they shouldn't worry about such disasters, they'll be fine.To others, it ...
Created on 19 May 2016
3. Claim Your Power
... it, think to what people ask you to help with most often. Maybe it’s helping to negotiate a contract or to do a risk analysis. Ask others what areas they think you excel in, and if you also enjoy doing ...
Created on 09 September 2013
4. 'tis the Season... For Predictions!
... enterprises have become serious about risk analysis, prevention, planning, and management. The risk to corporate profitability caused by the temporary or permanent loss of a key supply chain partner has ...
Created on 23 December 2012
5. A Different Way to Look at Risk
Carlos Alvarenga in an HBR blog gives us a different way to look at supply chain risk. He feels quantitative risk analysis, comparable to what's standard practice in finance, belongs in the supply chain ...
Created on 18 November 2012