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📒Supply Chain Risk ✍ George A. Zsidisin
✏Supply Chain Risk Book Summary : Risk is of fundamental importance in this era of the global economy. Supply chains must into account the uncertainty of demand. Moreover, the risk of uncertain demand can cut two ways: (1) there is the risk that unexpected demand will not be met on time, and the reverse problem (2) the risk that demand is over estimated and excessive inventory costs are incurred. There are other risks in unreliable vendors, delayed shipments, natural disasters, etc. In short, there are a host of strategic, tactical and operational risks to business supply chains. Supply Chain Risk: A Handbook of Assessment, Management, and Performance will focus on how to assess, evaluate, and control these various risks.
📒Supply Chain Risk Management ✍ Yacob Khojasteh
✏Supply Chain Risk Management Book Summary : This book covers important issues related to managing supply chain risks from various perspectives. Supply chains today are vulnerable to disruptions with a significant impact on firms’ business and performance. The aim of supply chain risk management is to identify the potential sources of risks and implement appropriate actions in order to mitigate supply chain disruptions. This book presents a set of models, frameworks, strategies, and analyses that are essential for managing supply chain risks. As a comprehensive collection of the latest research and most recent cutting-edge developments on supply chain risk and its management, the book is structured into three main parts: 1) Supply Chain Risk Management; 2) Supply Chain Vulnerability and Disruptions Management; and 3) Toward a Resilient Supply Chain. Leading academic researchers as well as practitioners have contributed chapters, combining theoretical findings and research results with a practical and contemporary view on how companies can manage the supply chain risks and disruptions, as well as how to create a resilient supply chain. This book can serve as an essential source for students and scholars who are interested in pursuing research or teaching courses in the rapidly growing area of supply chain risk management. It can also provide an interesting and informative read for managers and practitioners who need to deepen their knowledge of effective supply chain risk management.
📒Supply Chain Risk Management ✍ Donald Waters
✏Supply Chain Risk Management Book Summary : Vulnerability to sudden supply chain disruption is one of the major threats facing companies today. 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 covers the fundamentals of managing risk in supply chains. From identifying the risks to developing and implementing a risk management strategy, this essential text covers everything you need to know about this critical topic. It assesses the growing impact of risk on supply chains, how to plan for and manage disruptions and disasters, and how to mitigate their effects. It examines a whole range of risks to supply chains, from traffic congestion to major environmental disasters. Highly practical, Supply Chain Risk Management provides a range of useful tables, diagrams and tools and is interspersed with real life case study examples from leading companies, including Nokia, IBM, and BP. The 2nd edition has been completely revised with brand new case studies on the Chilean Mining Disaster and BP oil spill.
📒Managing Supply Chain Risk And Vulnerability ✍ Teresa Wu
✏Managing Supply Chain Risk and Vulnerability Book Summary : Managing Supply Chain Risk and Vulnerability, a book that both practitioners and students can use to better understand and manage supply chain risk, presents topics on decision making related to supply chain risk. Leading academic researchers, as well as practitioners, have contributed chapters focusing on developing an overall understanding of risk and its relationship to supply chain performance; investigating the relationship between response time and disruption impact; assessing and prioritizing risks; and assessing supply chain resilience. Supply chain managers will find Managing Supply Chain Risk and Vulnerability a useful tool box for methods they can employ to better mitigate and manage supply chain risk. On the academic side, the book can be used to teach senior undergraduate students, as well as graduate-level students. Additionally, researchers may use the text as a reference in the area of supply chain risk and vulnerability.
📒Supply Chain Risk Management ✍ Robert Handfield
✏Supply Chain Risk Management Book Summary : The lifeblood of any business is the timely delivery of products and services. In the best possible world, if one plans accordingly, disruptions never occur. However, in the real world, disruptions do and will occur and the best business plans are those that anticipate and prepare for this inevitability, especially when dealing with international suppliers. Go beyond theory -- learn how to... Define and anticipate risk Build a resilient supply chain Mobilize in the face of impending disaster Make a full and quick recovery Supply Chain Risk Management: Minimizing Disruptions in Global Sourcing provides a detailed road map for the efficient delivery of products and services, while taking into account the high probability of costly delays and stoppages. With candid input from suppliers, automotive and retail companies, and professional consultants, this work delivers a pragmatic approach to managing supply chain risk in an era of globalization. With Proper Prior Planning Potential Disasters Become Mere Inconveniences All executives and managers share a common goal of reducing costs, streamlining processes and increasing profits. Within these pages, you will discover a winning game plan for efficiently navigating the complexities of supply chain risk in today’s global marketplace.
📒Supply Chain Risk Management ✍ David L. Olson
✏Supply Chain Risk Management Book Summary : One of the many outcomes resulting from the explosion of international trade is access to lower cost production opportunities through outsourcing. This phenomenon has increased the importance of supply chains, the information technology needed to coordinate them and the need for this relatively complex enterprise to be exceptionally well-managed. There are obviously many cost benefits to be had from maintaining a strong and far-reaching supply chain. However, this opportunity to lower costs entails significant risks, such as tsunamis, earthquakes, political unrest, and economic turbulence. 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 risks. No other book known to the author addresses this set of modeling tools as a means of managing this risk.
📒Handbook For Supply Chain Risk Management ✍ Omera Khan
✏Handbook for Supply Chain Risk Management Book Summary : “This book provides a valuable resource for all those who seek to understand the sources of supply chain risk and provides powerful insights into how that risk might be mitigated.” — Martin Christopher, Emeritus Professor of Marketing & Logistics, Cranfield School of Management, UK “This handbook is perfectly balanced with academic theory and real-world best practices making it a useful resource for both supply chain practitioners and students of the trade.” — Sean S. Murphy, President and CEO, Lootok “This book provides practitioners and students with an overview of good supply chain risk management practices, nicely illustrated with a diverse set of case examples.” — Stephan M. Wagner, Ph.D., Professor and Chair of Logistics Management, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH Zurich) Recent business trends, and practices, coupled with unpredictable external events have made many firms much more vulnerable to supply chain risk and disruptions than in the past. The Handbook for Supply Chain Risk Management offers the first comprehensive collection of diverse practices executives and practitioners in most any industry can adopt to proactively manage supply chain risks and improve their overall business performance.Key Features • Delivers valuable insights from 30 international contributing authors • Provides comprehensive coverage of current and future supply chain risks such as globalization, outsourcing, Lean initiatives, information security, natural disasters, political upheaval and economic recession • Includes a wide variety of cases from various industries demonstrating effective approaches useful for benchmarking, reducing the chance and financial impact of risk, and for creating a more robust and resilient firm in the face of supply chain risk • Supplies practitioners with a set of best practices, processes, tools, and techniques supported by illustrative examples • WAV offers downloadable instructional materials — available from the Web Added Value™ Download Resource Center at www.jrosspub.com
📒Supply Chain Risk Management ✍ Greg Hutchins
✏Supply Chain Risk Management Book Summary : Why Purchase this Book? · Prepares supply chain, quality, engineering, and operational excellence professionals for their emerging risk roles, responsibilities, and authorities. · Illustrates how supply chain risk-controls are architected, designed, deployed, and assured. · Explains why Risk Based Problem Solving (RBPS) and Risk Based Decision Making (RBDM) are the future of SCRM. Examples are offered throughout the book. · Illustrates how supply chain management is migrating to Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM). · Demonstrates how SCRM objectives align with the organization’s strategic objectives. · Describes how to move beyond a price relationship to a value-added relationship. · Integrates the disparate elements of SCRM into a competitive business system. · Describes how to select and develop suppliers based on risk criteria. · Demonstrates how to use ISO 31000 risk management framework of SCRM. Bonus Materials/Resources: · Access over 1,500 risk articles through CERM Academy (http://insights.cermacademy. com/). · Get free course materials such as using FMEA’s in ISO 9001:2015. · Get slide decks with specific risk information on YouTube. · Get discount for Certified Enterprise Risk Manager® certificate.
📒Supply Chain Risk Management ✍ Gregory L. Schlegel
✏Supply Chain Risk Management Book Summary : You don’t have to outrun the bear ... you just have to outrun the other guy. Often in business we only have to run a bit faster than our competitors to be successful. The same is true in risk management. While we would always like to anticipate and prevent risk from happening, when risk events do occur being faster, flexible, and more responsive than others can make a world of difference. Supply Chain Risk Management: An Emerging Discipline gives you the tools and expertise to do just that. While the focus of the book is on how you can react better and faster than the others, the text also helps you understand how to prevent certain risks from happening in the first place. The authors detail a risk management framework that helps you reduce the costs associated with risk, protect your brand and reputation, ensure positive financial outcomes, and develop visible, predictable, resilient, and sustainable supply chains. They provide access to a cloud-based, end-to-end supply chain risk assessment "Heat Map" that illustrates the maturity of the chain through the various stages. It should not come as a surprise to anyone that the world is a riskier place than it was just 15 years ago. A survey used to calculate the Allianz Risk Barometer recently concluded for the first time that supply chain risk is now the top concern of global insurance providers. For most organizations this new reality requires major adjustments, some of which will not be easy. This book helps you understand the emerging discipline called supply chain risk management. It explains the relevant concepts, supplies a wide variety of tools and approaches to help your organization stay ahead of its competitors, and takes a look at future directions in risk management—all in a clear, concise presentation that gives you practical advice and helps you develop actionable strategies.
📒Supply Chain Risk Management For Macro Risks ✍ Chuck Munson
✏Supply Chain Risk Management for Macro Risks Book Summary : 800x600 This new case study focuses on the macro risks associated with relying on global supply chains. It addresses large events including floods, earthquakes, hurricanes, fires, and tornadoes; manmade disasters such as wars and economic crises; and technical disasters ranging from transport accidents and explosions to fires, gas leaks, and industrial accidents. Coverage includes risk classification; strategic, tactical, and operational issues; and a complete supply chain resilience model designed to help both students and practitioners effectively integrate macro risks into planning. Authors: Matthias Klumpp and Hella Abidi; both from FOM University of Applied Sciences.