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Threat to a Global Supply Chain

 
 
 

Education Center: ISM - Institute for Supply Management
Date: 26 February 2020
City: Las Vegas, NV



Duration: 2 days
 

The concept of risk is not something we delight in thinking about or planning for with your busy schedules. However, a supply chain can be affected in a variety of ways, some of which can be more severe than others. This seminar will give you tools and techniques to better manage those areas often deemed out of their control and devise a safety net of protection for the firm. Areas addressed will include: shortage of global materials supply, acts of terrorism, military coup, need for ‘war time insurance’ for ocean vessels, sole source issues, a change of management focus, economic issues concerns, acts of God, environmental concerns, lack of having a defined supply backup plan, and more.

This meeting will run from 8:30 AM until 4:30 PM daily.

Who should attend?

This session is developed for all purchasing and supply chain professionals who are focused on the strategic impact and protection of the organizations supply chain. While focused toward the buyer and SCM professional managers at all levels from Directors, Vice-President and EVP need to attend to support the activities and recommendation necessary to provide such protection of the organization’s revenue and profit stream.

You will earn 14 CE Hours.

You will learn

  • Attendees will learn how to address and understand the various types and consequences of supply chain risk management
  • The primary risk drivers and cost impacts to an organization
  • A review and discussion of the top fifteen risk categories and actions to employ to minimize or abate their impact on an organization
  • How to structure risk in a managed environment to protect the company before the negative impact occurs
  • Learn tools to assist in the quantification of the monetary affects of these risks to the company and your downstream customers
  • How best to create a resilient and strong supply chain to best minimize such impacts will protecting our customers internally and externally
  • How to create a program to include your key supplies which will ensure risk potentials are negated or at least minimized
  • Case examples, checklists and articles of how cutting edge strategic managed companies are protecting themselves and their customers for the future

 

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Other editions of this course
in United States:

9 Jul 2020  -  Orlando, FL

 


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