The Urgency Behind New Approaches to Supply Chain Risk Management

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Greg Holt, Interos and George Lawrie, Forrester

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Supply chain risk management strategies are evolving rapidly. Budgets, headcounts and expectations are increasing as organizations realize that supply chain risk is dynamic and requires new approaches to manage and mitigate disruptions. The list of risk factors that can affect your business are expanding, and the view of risk is becoming multi-dimensional as organizations are looking further upstream within their extended supply chains for current and potential long-term hazards to their businesses. Additionally, external forces are causing a sense of urgency as new regulations focusing on human rights, environmental and cyber security risks within the supply chain are adopted globally, with real implications for due diligence and continuous monitoring of suppliers. Join us for this interactive discussion on the problems, urgency, and capabilities that businesses need to consider to develop the risk management strategies of the future.

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