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Former Director, Risk Management, Supply Chain, and Technical, The Coca-Cola Company As the nature of supply chains evolves with increasing globalization, consolidation and just in time inventories, the amount of risk continues to increase.
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“Supply Chain Management deals with the management of materials, information, and financial flows in a network consisting of suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, and customers.“ Stanford Supply Chain Forum “Call it distribution or logistics or supply chain management.
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From the reviews: "This book is a collection of research from practitioners and scholars in the area of Supply Chain Risk. This book includes a comprehensive set of models, frameworks and a rich indication to further references to related supply chain risk Reviews: 2.
The challenge for businesses today is to mitigate this risk through creating resilient supply chains. Addressing this need, Supply Chain Risk Management guides you through the whole risk management process from start to finish.
Using jargon-free language, this accessible book. Supply Chain Risk Management Supply chains present a particular risk to organisations over and above managing risk from internal delivery. Managing risks in supply chains includes managing the risks of. This book will introduce concepts and examples of risk in supply chain management, followed by an identification and discussion of an array of quantitative tools (selection methods, risk simulation modeling, and business scorecard analysis) to help manage these risks.
Many books are appearing that address various aspects of supply chain .